What You Need to Know:
* The Georgia State women’s golf team will conclude the fall season at the 39th FIU Pat Bradley Invitational beginning on Sunday.
* Freshman Harmanprit Kaur leads the team with a 74.71 scoring average and owns three of Georgia State’s five top 25 individual performances this fall.
* The Panthers will be playing in the event of the second year in a row and third time under head coach Cathy Mant.
ATLANTA – The Georgia State women’s golf team will conclude a busy fall schedule starting Sunday at the 39th annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational at Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. For the Panthers, it will be the sixth event since the start of September.
The 15-team field will play 54 holes over three days beginning on Sunday. Teams will utilized tee times the first two days starting at 8:15 a.m., with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start set for the final round on Tuesday.
Freshman Harmanprit Kaur continues to lead the Panthers this fall, earning three top 25 finishes and a team-leading 74.71 scoring average. Sophomore Jemima Gregson has added a pair of top 25 finishes and is second with a 75.21 scoring average.
“It has been an extremely busy fall season,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “I think we have learned a lot about ourselves. Hopefully we can finish the fall season strong and give ourselves some momentum heading into the spring starting in February.”
The field for this year’s event includes host FIU, Eastern Michigan, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida Gulf Coast, Jacksonville, UMKC, Marshall, Memphis, Morehead State, Southern Miss, Texas A&M-CC, Toledo and Western Kentucky.
The FIU Pat Bradley Invitational remains one of the nation’s longest-running collegiate golf tournaments and is named after one of the most successful LPGA players in tour history.
Last year, the Panthers finished 10th at the event, closing with a final round 299. It was Georgia State’s second appearance in the event, with the first coming in 2006.
Live scoring of all three rounds can be found at BirdieFire.com.
Following this week’s tournament, Georgia State will return to the course Feb. 21-22, for the Amelia Island Collegiate, the first of four regular season spring events.