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Bianca Fabrizio Wins 2015 SEC Championship

(Photos: biancafabrizio/Instagram)

And the Southeastern Conference women's champion of 2015 is ... Bianca Fabrizio. Fabrizio, of Texas A&M, won the SEC Conference Championship tournament that concluded (rain-delayed) on Monday, April 20.

And the way she did it? By birdying her final three holes to catch and pass her Aggies teammate Maddie Szeryk. That's a special way to finish off a win. Fabrizio wound up at 9-under 207, winning by two strokes. That score tied the tournament record.

Fabrizio and Szeryk also led the Aggies to the team championship. So quite a week for Fabrizio.

Fabrizio is Italian, coming to College Station by way of Treviso. This is her sophomore season at A&M. Her best tournament finish as a freshman was a 12th place.

Her first college win came earlier this year, and in similar style to her SEC championship: She birdied the final two holes at the Florida State Matchup, which forced a playoff. She then won the playoff.

Bianca is currently ranked No. 234 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, but is likely to climb after her SEC title. She's No. 95 in the European rankings.

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