What You Need to Know:
* Georgia State will open the spring season on Monday at the Amelia Island Collegiate at Amelia National Golf Club in Fernandina Beach, Fla.
* Freshman Harmanprit Kaur led the Panthers with four top 25 finishes in the fall and a 74.35 scoring average.
* Live scoring throughout the event can be found at GolfStat.com.


ATLANTA – The Georgia State women’s golf team will open the spring season on Monday for the second-straight season at the fourth annual Amelia Island Collegiate at Amelia National Golf Club in Fernandina Beach, Fla.

This will mark the first of four regular season spring events leading up to the conference championship in April.

Freshman Harmanprit Kaur led the Panthers in the fall with four top 25 finishes and a 74.35 scoring average and will once again look to lead the line-up this spring.

“Our team is excited to get the spring season underway,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “We learned a lot about ourselves during the fall. The team has worked hard since we returned to school a month ago to put ourselves in the best position possible entering the season. We all look forward to get back on the course Monday."

The 17-team field will play a practice round on Sunday, before playing 36 holes in a shotgun start on Monday morning beginning at 8 a.m. The final round is set for an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start on Tuesday.

The field will include host Jacksonville, Bradley, Campbell, Cincinnati, Daytona State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Jacksonville State, Kennesaw State, Mercer, Morehead State, North Florida, Sam Houston State, Samford, Tulsa, UNC-Asheville and Winthrop.

This week’s line-up will include seniors Jooeun Bae and Solene Le Coz, junior Yasemin Sari, sophomore Jemima Gregson and freshman Harmanprit Kaur.

Gregson finished the fall second on the team with a 75.18 scoring average and a pair of top 25 finishes.

Live scoring of the event can be found at Golfstat.com.

Following this week’s tournament, Georgia State will return to action March 14-15 at the Dr. Donnis Invitational in Kanehe, Hawai’i.