Karen Stupples inducted into Florida State Athletic Hall of Fame

One of the finest golfers in Florida State history, Karen Stupples was born in Kent, England and came to FSU as a junior in 1994 after attending Arkansas State her first two seasons.

While at Florida State, Stupples won the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational as a junior and the Lady Gator Invitational as a senior in 1995. She had six top ten finishes in nine tournaments in 1994 and eight out of 10 in 1995. She earned second team All-America honors by the National Golf Coaches Association in 1995 becoming just the third in FSU women’s golf history to earn the distinction. She was named All-ACC after both her seasons at Florida State making her one of only four multi-year All-ACC honorees.

Stupples ranked among the Seminoles’ top five all-time for career average (75.71) twenty years after her collegiate career ended. Her senior season ranked in the top ten for season average.

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Karen Stupples inducted into Florida State Athletic Hall of Fame

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