The final round of the Ladies Fall Intercollegiate was canceled due to high winds midway thru the third round. 

What You Need to Know:
* The Georgia State women’s golf team shot a second-round 25-over 313 and remains in 12th-place following two rounds of the Ladies Fall Intercollegiate at Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek.
* Sophomore Grace Choi led the Panthers with a 2-over 74 on Saturday to move into a tie for 57th.
* After a tough opening round, Georgia State improved by 25 strokes in rainy conditions on Saturday.


JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – The Georgia State women’s golf team shot a second-round 25-over 313 in rainy conditions at Atlanta Athletic Club on Saturday to remain in 12th-place at the Ladies Fall Intercollegiate.

Sophomore Grace Choi led the Panthers with a 2-over 74 and stands tied for 57th at 22-over par.

Georgia State improved by 25 strokes from round one and is 75-over par with 18 holes to play on Sunday.

“Grace played some awesome golf today,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “Overall, our team did much better in round two. I think everyone would agree that we still are not playing to what we are capable of, but hopefully, we can finish the fall with a great round on Sunday.”

Sophomore Harmanprit Kaur continues to lead Georgia State in a tie for 40th following a second round 77. Kaur stands at 14-over par as no golfer in the field is under par thru two rounds.

Freshman Chloe Howard shot a second round 83 and is tied for 53rd at 20-over par. Junior Jemima Gregson is tied for 57th at 22-over par following an 81 on Saturday. Junior Emily Royer rounded out the Georgia State line-up with an 81 and is tied for 67th at 28-over par.

Senior Paula Zabarte, who is competing as an individual this week, shot an 82 on Saturday and is tied for 63rd at 24-over par. Freshman Petra Duran, who competed on Friday, withdrew from the tournament on Saturday with an injury.

Kennesaw State show the low round of the tournament, an even par 288, to move into a tie for the lead at 20-over par with host Louisville. Illinois is in third-place at 25-over, with first-round leader Georgia in fourth at 29-over par. Indiana rounded out the top five at 30-over par.

Coastal Carolina’s Malene Kroboll Hansen shot a second-straight even par 72 to lead the field at even par thru 36 holes. Kennesaw State’s Henriette Nielsen is in second-place at 2-over par. Kennesaw State’s Madison Caldwell, Indiana’s Alix Kong and Louisville’s Olivia Cason are tied for third at 3-over par.

Live scoring of all three rounds can be found at GolfStat.com. Fans can follow the team on twitter @GSU_WGolf.

The final round will begin on Sunday off Holes No. 1 and 10 beginning at 8:30 a.m. The Panthers will be paired with Iowa and Augusta going off Hole No. 10 starting at 9:20 a.m.

Following this week’s tournament, Georgia State will open the spring season at the Amelia Island Collegiate Feb. 18-19, in Amelia Island, Fla.