GREENVILLE, S.C. - The Augusta University women's golf team returns to the Lady Paladin Invitational for the third-consecutive season Sept. 21-23 to start the 2018-19 season.
Hosted by the Paladins at the Furman Golf Course, the Jaguars' first tournament of the new season kicks off on Friday with tee times beginning at 9:00 a.m. off holes No. 1 and 10. Saturday is the same format as Friday and Sunday features a shotgun start at 9:00 a.m.
"We return a strong group that we expect to provide leadership in our new season," head coach Caroline Hegg said. "Furman will be another good start for us, before we head across the nation to compete. This team has three seniors and two experienced juniors, along with a strong core of underclassmen who should step up big."
Under fourth year head coach Caroline Hegg, Augusta tied for sixth last season at Furman and took fourth in 2016. This year the Jags will start play with senior Cecilia Diez-Moliner, sophomore Teresa Diez-Moliner, senior Maggie Ashmore, and juniors Linda Lundqvist and Charlotte Alran in the starting lineup.
Augusta, Coastal Carolina, Daytona State, Florida Gulf Coast, Furman, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, JMU, Kennesaw State, Memphis, North Florida, Kansas, Kansas St., Old Dominion, Tulsa, USF. Individuals: Furman (4), Kansas (1), Texas Tech (2), Augusta (1), USF (1)
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