What You Need to Know:
* The Georgia State women’s golf team will conclude a five-tournament fall schedule at Alexa Stirling Women’s Intercollegiate Invitational at Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek beginning on Friday.
* Harmanprit Kaur leads the Panthers with a 74.17 scoring average and will be playing in the even for a third-straight year.
* A total of 11 teams will play on the same course that has hosted several major events, including the 2011 PGA Championship.
ATLANTA – The Georgia State women’s golf team will conclude a busy week and the fall season at the Alexa Stirling Women’s Intercollegiate Invitational at Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek beginning on Friday. A top-notch 11-team field will challenge the same course that hosted the 2011 PGA Championship.
This will conclude a busy week for the Panthers who finished 15th at the FIU Pat Bradley Classic on Tuesday. It will also mark the fourth-straight year playing in the event hosted by Louisville on the north side of Atlanta.
“Our team is excited to be playing so close to home in an excellent event,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “We showed some good signs in Florida earlier this week, but really want everyone to come together and play great golf at the same time. I think everyone is excited to get back on the course and hopefully finish the fall with some great momentum to get us ready for the spring.”
Kaur leads the team with a 74.17 scoring average and a pair of top 25 results this fall. Kaur and Berlin each have three rounds of par or better this season.
Along with Georgia State, the field includes Auburn, Coastal Carolina, Dartmouth, East Carolina, Georgia, Indiana, Kennesaw State, host Louisville, Mercer, and Virginia Tech.
Live scoring of all three rounds can be found at GolfStat.com. Fans can follow the team on twitter @GSU_WGolf.
The 11-team field will play 54 holes over three days beginning on Friday. Teams will utilized tee times all three days starting at 8:30 a.m. Georgia State will be paired with Dartmouth on Friday beginning at 8:30 a.m. off Hole No. 10.
Following this week’s tournament, Georgia State will open the spring season at the Amelia Island Collegiate Feb. 18-19, in Amelia Island, Fla.