What You Need to Know:
* Georgia State will play six tournaments in the fall in five different states this September and October.
* The Panthers will open at the fall at the Louisville Invitational which will be played in Atlanta at the home of GSU men’s golf, Berkeley Hills Country Club.
* The fall will conclude at the Pat Bradley Classic, one of the oldest collegiate tournaments, Oct. 23-25.


ATLANTA – Georgia State women’s golf coach Cathy Mant announced the team’s six-tournament fall schedule on Friday, highlighted by a pair of tournaments in Florida and the prestigious Lady Paladin Invitational.

The fall season opens on Sept. 6 with the Louisville Invitational, a one-day event which will take place in Duluth, Ga., at Berkeley Hills Country Club, which also serves as home of the Georgia State men’s golf team.

A few days later, the Panthers will travel to Mobile, Ala., for the USA Intercollegiate hosted by conference foe South Alabama, Sept. 10-12.

Georgia State will close the month at the Lady Paladin Invitational hosted by Furman in Greenville, S.C., Sept. 23-25.

The month of October will open and close in Florida, beginning with the Jacksonville Classic at Marsh Landing Country Club in Jacksonville, Oct. 3-4.

The Panthers will head to Pinehurst, N.C., for the Pinehurst Challenge, Oct. 10-11, before closing the month at the Pat Bradley Classic in Lakewood Ranch, Fla., Oct. 23-25.

“I really like our fall schedule,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “We have some great events and tough challenges for the team. Our goal is for our fall schedule to start to prepare us for an equally tough spring as we look to win a Sun Belt Conference championship.”

Georgia State returns all five starters from the Sun Belt Conference tournament team last year. Practice will begin after student-athletes return to Georgia State on Aug. 22.