What You Need to Know:
* The Georgia State women’s golf team shot a 10-over 298 to stand in a tie for seventh following the second round of the 39th annual Pat Bradley Invitational.
* Freshman Harmanprit Kaur led the Panthers with a 2-under 70 and stands tied for 10th at 1-under with one round to play.
* Senior Jooeun Bae made a pair of birdies to shoot a 73 in the second round and moved into a tie for 33rd.

LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. – With a 2-under par 70 from freshman from Harmanprit Kaur, the Georgia State women’s golf team shot a 10-over 298 on Monday to move into a tie for seventh at the 39th annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational at Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club.

Kaur, who already has three top 25 finishes this fall, made three birdies to move into 10th place following the career-low round. Thru 36 holes, she sits at 1-under par following an opening round 73.

Georgia State moved up two spots in the standings and is 26-over par standing tied with Jacksonville and Marshall.

“We played a much better round today,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “Harmanprit and Jooeun played very well and Jemima just had a couple of tough breaks not go her way. We know that we are in the middle of a process to get better and if we maintain the course, we feel like we will be right where we need to be in the spring.”

Senior Jooeun Bae shot a 1-over 73, just one off a personal best on Monday and sits at 7-over par and tied for 31st entering the final round.

Sophomore Jemima Gregson shot a 77 in the second round and is 9-over par and tied for 37th.

Senior Solene Le Coz added a 78 on Monday and is tied for 60th at 13-over par, while redshirt-sophomore Emily Royer shot 81 and is tied for 62nd at 14-over par.

Host FIU and Western Kentucky are tied atop the team leaderboard at 7-over par. South Miss and Toledo are tied for third at 10-over par, with Memphis rounding out the top five at 13-over par.

Florida’s Kelly Grassel shot a 7-under 65 on Monday to take the individual lead at 9-under par. Fellow Gators Taylor Tomlinson and Samantha Wagner are tied for second at 6-under par. Toledo’s Napaphan Phongpaiboon and Western Kentucky’s Georgina Blackman are tied for fourth at 5-under par.

Georgia State will be paired with Jacksonville and Marshall as a part of an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start on Tuesday.

Live scoring 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.