Florida Southern swept the individual and team titles Friday at the NCAA Division II golf championships.
At the men's event in Turlock, Calif., senior Jeff Klauk shot 68 for a four-round 275 for medalist's honors, leading the Moccasins to a third consecutive team championship and 11th overall.
Klauk won by seven strokes, topping Bryan Clarke of West Florida. Alex Renard tied for third at 285.
In the women's event at Euless, Texas, Lisa Cave shot 72 to finish at 310, two strokes better than Jennifer Beames and Lyndsey Devenish of Rollins. It was Cave's second title in a row at the Division II tournament.
The Mocs shot 303 as a team for a four-day 1,259, seven strokes better than Rollins. Florida Southern erased a nine-stroke deficit on the final day for its first team title.
FSU 4, IOWA 1: In Los Angeles, Seminoles pitcher Leslie Malerich limited the Hawkeyes to five hits and Staci Brandon, Serita Brooks and Andi Lyons had two hits each.
Florida State faces host UCLA today in the winners' bracket of the NCAA region play.
"I am proud of how the team stepped up today to beat a very good Iowa team," FSU coach JoAnne Graf said.
FLORIDA 1, FRESNO STATE 0: In Fresno, Calif., Jennifer Lutsi doubled in the seventh and scored on a Breanne Berger fielder's choice.
Renise Landry pitched a three-hit shutout for the Gators, who meet Texas today in an elimination game.