ATLANTA - The Georgia State women's soccer team will finish its fall season schedule in Kiawah Island, S.C., at the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate on Sunday and Monday.

The Panthers will play 36 holes on Sunday, followed by 18 holes on Monday. The tournament will be held at the Oak Point Golf Course. 

"We are looking forward to going to Kiawah Island," coach Cathy Mant said. "It will be an interesting experience, as we will be staying in a home rather than a hotel. But it should be a great bonding experience for our team.

"The field looks good. We have been working hard, but we just need to dig deeper. We are not meeting our potential. These girls can play great golf, we are just looking to see if it happens. We're excited, working hard and eager to get the job done. We've been working on the little things and seeing improvement. Now we just need to go show it on the golf course."

The field at the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate includes the host College of Charleston, Michigan, Campbell, Kansas, Maryland, South Florida, East Tennessee State, James Madison, Coastal Carolina, Augusta State, Xavier, Elon, Bucknell, Richmond, Jacksonville State, Charleston Southern and The Citadel. 

Junior Maria Palacios will in the No. 1 spot. The No. 2 spot will be filled by junior Melissa Siviter, followed by sohpomore Lauren Court in the third spot. Rounding out the five spots are junior Laura Sanchez at No. 4 and freshman Julie Lied in the fifth spot. 

Lied pulled off quite the feat to qualify for the fifth spot on the team. During qualifying play, Lied made an albatross, shooting a 2 on a par 5 hole on the third hole at Eagle's Landing Golf Course. 

The Panthers will have a practice round on Saturday, Oct. 27, before beginning play Sunday morning. Live stats will be available on