The Stirling Golf Club member shot 146 (75-71) for the 36-hole tournament at Sevierville Country Club, Tennessee and then won a play-off for the title, her second on the US women's college golf circuit. 

Robertson led King to a third place finish at the Smoky Mountain Intercollegiate today by taking individual medallist honours. She shot 146 (75-71) for the 36-hole tournament while the Tornado (the King University team) finished with a 302 in the second day for a total of 629.

Robertson ended the first round in third place, three strokes off the lead before making a run in the tournament's final round. The Perthshire native carded the best round of her career, a one-under 71, four shots better than her previous low, to pull even with Hannah Luckett of Limestone College on 146 before sealing victory in the play-off. 

King returns to the course on Monday and Tuesday when they host the King University Invitational on September 28-29 at the Country Club of Brist.