ATLANTA – Under the leadership of new women’s golf coach Jessica Steward, the Georgia State’s fall schedule was announced on Tuesday. The Panthers will play in four tournaments across four different states beginning in mid-September.

The fall season opens once again Sept. 14-16 at the USA Intercollegiate at Magnolia Grove Crossings in Mobile, Ala. It will be Georgia State’s third trip to the event in four years and second-straight to open the season.

Just under two weeks later the squad will head to Greenville, S.C., for the Lady Paladin Invitational at the Furman University Course. It will mark the sixth time in the last seven years competing in the event which traditionally has one of the best fields of any tournament in the southeast.

The Panthers will then return to the FIU Pat Bradley Classic at Lakewood Ranch Golf Club for a fifth-straight year, Oct. 20-22. The event honors the legendary LPGA star Pat Bradley and has now been played for more than 40 years.

The fall season will close as the Panthers compete in the Idle Hour Collegiate Championship Nov. 4-5, at Idle Hour Golf Club in Macon.

“I’m excited to get practice started, meet our student-athletes and get things going this fall,” Steward said. “This is a good fall schedule that will challenge our team and bring us to some very good courses.”

Georgia State is looking to make its seventh NCAA Regional appearance in 2019-20.

Georgia State returns all five starters from last year’s Sun Belt Conference tournament team. Practice will begin after student-athletes return to Georgia State in late August.