What You Need to Know:
* The Georgia State women’s golf team shot a 12-over 300 to finish eighth at the 39th annual Pat Bradley Invitational on Tuesday.
* Freshman Harmanprit Kaur finished the tournament in 12th at 2-over par following a final round 75.
* Sophomore Jemima Gregson led the Panthers in the final round with an even par 72 to finish tied for 28th at 9-over par.
LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. – Led by an even par 72 from sophomore Jemima Gregson, the Georgia State women’s golf team shot a final round 12-over 300 to finish eighth at the 39th annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational at Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club on Tuesday.
Gregson’s final round included four birdies as she finished the event at 9-over par and tied for 28th.
Freshman Harmanprit Kaur led the Panthers during the 54-hole event with a 12th place finish at 2-over par following a final round 75. For Kaur, it was her fourth top 25 finish of the fall, including her third finish of 12th or better.
“I’m really proud of the effort this week,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “We had a lot of good things happen. We really struck the ball well. Our team knows that we can and will continue to get better. Our scoring has been more consistent, especially in the last few weeks and I feel as though we are on a really good path. Things are going to be great in the spring.
“As for Harmanprit, she has far exceeded our expectations in every way. She is working hard and has been a terrific addition to our team this fall. She has had four top 25 finishes for us already and I am excited to see how she continues to grow.”
Senior Jooeun Bae concluded the fall with a 5-over 77 and finished the week tied for 38th at 12-over par. Fellow senior Solene Le Coz added a 76 on Tuesday to finish 17-over and tied for 53rd. Redshirt-sophomore Emily Royer rounded out the line-up with a 5-over 77 to finish 19-over and tied for 63rd.
Host FIU shot a final round 1-over 289 to earn the team title at 8-over par. Western Kentucky and Toledo finished tied for second at 15-over par, with Southern Miss coming in fourth at 17-over par. Memphis rounded out the top five at 23-over par.
Florida’s Samantha Wagner shot a final round 8-under 64 to garner low medalist honors at 14-under par. Teammate Kelly Grassel finished second at 8-under par, with FIU’s Camila Serrano coming in third at 7-under par. Florida’s Taylor Tomlinson finished fourth at 5-under par, with Toledo’s Napaphan Phongpaiboon rounding out the top five in fifth at 4-under par.
After several months off, Georgia State will return to the course Feb. 21-22, for the Amelia Island Collegiate, the first of four regular season spring events.