France defeated Switzerland 4-3 to win the European Ladies’ Team Championship for the second consecutive year. Held at Helsingor Golf Club in Denmark, the European Ladies’ Team Championship brought together 21 European countries competing over 36 holes of stroke-play qualifying and three rounds of match play. France’s entire squad consisted of ANNIKA alumnae who helped them win their eighth team title since 1959.
ANNIKA alumnae representing the French team were…
Shannon Aubert – Former ANNIKA Academy ELITE student, 4-time ANNIKA Invitational USA participant (2010-13), rising sophomore at Stanford University
Mathilda Cappeliez – Student of ANNIKA Academy Instructor, Henri Reis, 2-time ANNIKA Invitational USA participant (2013-14)
Justine Dreher – 2014 ANNIKA Intercollegiate Presented by 3M Individual Champion, recent graduate of the University of South Carolina
Manon Gidali – 2-time ANNIKA Invitational USA participant (2010-11), recent graduate of the University of Arizona
Ines Lescudier – ANNIKA Invitational USA participant (2010), recent graduate of Kennesaw State University
Marion Veysseyre – 2014 ANNIKA Invitational Europe Champion
In addition to Veysseyre, two other ANNIKA Invitational Europe champions also represented their countries in the European Ladies’ Team Championship: Linnea Strom (2012 Champion) led Sweden to a 5th place finish, while Malene Krolboll Hansen (2013 Champion) helped Denmark come in 7th.
Congratulations to France and to all of our ANNIKA alumnae for their success this past weekend! We wish you continued success during your careers and look forward to seeing many more of great things from you!
The ANNIKA Foundation is honored to welcome 3M as a sponsor of the ANNIKA Intercollegiate, ANNIKA Award and our global series of Invitational tournaments. The new partnership with 3M reflects both organizations’ dedication to empowering the next generation, especially women and girls.