a person posing for the camera: Celia Barquin Arozamena's body was found on a golf course in Iowa 
European Ladies' Amateur champion Celia Barquin has been found dead on a golf course in Iowa.
The 2018 Big 12 champion in US women's college golf, who played at Iowa State University in Ames, was found dead Monday morning at a course in Ames.

Police said they have charged a 22-year-old man identified as Collin Daniel Richards with her murder.
Golfers at the Coldwater Golf Links in Ames discovered an unattended golf bag on the course early on Monday.
Celia Barquin Arozamena, 22, from Puente San Miguel in Spain, wrapped up her NCAA career in the spring, but she was in school to complete her degree in civil engineering.

The head of Spain's Olympic Committee, Alejandro Blanco, spoke of his shock at the tragedy .
The university said she "was one of the most accomplished players in Cyclone golf history", referring to the university's sporting nickname.
"We are all devastated," said the head women's golf coach, Christie Martens.
"Celia was a beautiful person who was loved by all her team-mates and friends. She loved Iowa State and was an outstanding representative for our school. We will never forget her competitive drive to be the best and her passion for life."
  The university's athletics director, Jamie Pollard, said: "Celia had an infectious smile, a bubbly personality and anyone fortunate enough to know her was blessed."
Ames Police chief Geoff Huff released few details and declined to comment on where the body was found or what injuries she suffered.
European Ladies Amateur Champion in July
Celia Barquin won the European Ladies' Amateur Championship at Penati Golf Resort, Slovakia in July this year - a victory that would have earned her a place in next year's field at the Ricoh Women's British Open..
The Spanish player holed a 2.5m downhill putt on the 18th green to card a final round 69 (-3) and win by one stroke over Germany's Esther Henseleit.
After a course-record, nine-under-par round of 63 on day three, Barquin held a two-shot lead over Germany's Esther Henseleit with 18 holes left to play.
A heavy thunderstorm halted play halfway through leaders' round on day four, at which point Barquin's advantage was three strokes.
A late charge from Henseleit with birdies on the 16th and 17th holes meant Barquin's lead was trimmed to just a single stroke on the 18th tee. After both players made par, Barquin was confirmed as the third Spanish winner of the event in the span of five years.
After bogeying the 18th in round two, Barquin completed the last 36 holes of the event without a single blemish, and with 12 birdies. 
As a result of the win, Barquin would have been invited to play in the 2019 Ricoh Women's British Open.