What You Need to Know:
* Georgia State shot a second round 310 to move into 10th place following two days of the Sun Belt Conference Championship on Tuesday at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.
* Junior Harmanprit Kaur led the Panthers with a 2-over 74 to move into a tie for 27th with one round to play.
* Live scoring throughout the event can be found at GolfStat.com, while TV coverage can be found on ESPN+.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Led by a second round 74 from junior Harmanprit Kaur, the Georgia State women’s golf team shot a 310 on Tuesday to move into 10th place at the Sun Belt Conference Championship at LPGA International.
Kaur, the lone upperclassman in the line-up this week, made three birdies and now stands in a tie for 27th at 8-over par entering the final round.
The Panthers, who are looking to win a sixth conference championship in program history, are 49-over par on a tightly contested leaderboard.
“We cleaned up a lot of things today including eliminating a lot of the big numbers that hurt us yesterday,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “We still have some work to do entering the final round, but I think we can finish the year on a high note. This team refuses to give up and I expect us to finish strong on Wednesday.”
Sophomore Chloe Howard stands in a tie for 27th with Kaur at 8-over par following a second round 79. Freshman Maria Blasco shot an 81 on Tuesday and is in 45th place at 17-over par, while sophomore Petra Duran added a 4-over 76 and is tied for 46th at 18-over par. Freshman Emma Berlin is rounding out the line-up in a tie for 54th at 23-over par following an 83 in the second round.
South Alabama tied for the low round of the tournament with a 2-over 290 to take hold of the lead at 9-over par. Texas State is in second place at 10-over par, with Troy in third at 12-over par. Georgia Southern stands in fourth place at 13-over par with Arkansas State rounding out the top five at 17-over par.
Texas State’ Anne-Charlotte Mora and South Alabama’s Siti Shaari are tied for first place at 2-under par entering the final round. Georgia Southern’s Ella Ofstedahl and Troy’s Sarah Harrison are tied for third place at even par while a trio of golfers are tied for fifth at 1-over par.
Live scoring throughout the event can be found at Golfstat.com. Live coverage of the event can be found on ESPN+. Georgia State will be paired with Little Rock going off Hole No. 10 at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.
With a tournament championship, Georgia State would advance to one of four NCAA Regional sites May 6-8. Regional sites include Auburn, Ala., Cle Elum, Wash., Norman, Okla., and East Lansing, Mich.