Women's Golf

    Women's Golf Announces 2013-14 Schedule

    Go Hoosiers! Junior Elizabeth Tong is the top returnee for the Hoosiers in 2013-14, having won three tournaments last season.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Junior Elizabeth Tong is the top returnee for the Hoosiers in 2013-14, having won three tournaments last season.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Aug. 8, 2013

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Head coach Clint Wallman announced the 2013-14 Indiana women's golf schedule today, featuring two home tournaments in the fall and competition against some of the tops teams in the country.

    The year begins on Sept. 8 with the one-day, 36-hole IU Fall Kickoff at Purgatory Golf Club in Noblesville, Ind. The Hoosiers will travel to East Lansing, Mich. Sept. 14-15 for what has become a regular visit to the Mary Fossum Invitational at host Michigan State. That is followed by a new event for IU, the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Vail, Colo. featuring 18 teams from conferences around the country.

    Indiana returns home Oct. 18-19 to play host to the Hoosier Fall Invitational at Hickory Stick Golf Club in Greenwood, Ind. The Hoosiers close the fall season Oct. 27-29 at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, where IU junior Elizabeth Tong is the reigning champion.

    The spring season kicks off Feb. 23-24 at the Central District Invitational in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. IU makes its annual trip to the Westbrook Invitational, hosted by Wisconsin, on Feb. 23-24 in Peoria, Ariz. A new tournament for the Hoosiers this year in the BYU at Entrada Classic, March 18-19 in St. George, Utah. That is part of a spring break trip that is followed by a repeat visit to the Briar's Creek Classic in Charleston, S.C. (March 24-25).

    The regular season begins to wind down with the Liz Murphey Invitational, April 4-6 in Athens, Ga. The format features both stroke and match play, mimicking an upcoming change to NCAA Tournament play for the women. The Hoosiers' final regular-season tune up is the Lady Buckeye Invitational, April 19-20 in Columbus, Ohio.

    The Big Ten Championships return for a third year to the French Lick Resort in southern Indiana, taking place April 25-27. A change for the women this year is the tournament will be contested on the Pete Dye Course, moving over from the Donald Ross Course.

     

     


       

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