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Women’s golf finishes last in Tallahassee

The first event for Georgia State women’s golf resulted in the Panthers finishing in last place out of the twelve schools that competed. Furman would win the event at 12-over par.

Individually, the Panthers were led by Solene Le Coz, who tied for 23rd, in addition to shooting a 73 for the last round. Texas A&M’s Bianca Fabrizio was the leading individual performer, concluding her weekend at two-under par.

Day One

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The first day of the Florida State matchup would not go auspiciously for the Panthers as they shot a combined 35-over par for last place among the 12 schools. South Carolina led after the first round with a four-over par outing, followed by Mississippi State at eight-over par.

Georgia State’s top performer after the first round was Le Coz who was tied for 24th with 10 other golfers at four-over par. Paula Zabarte was tied for 59th at seven-over representing the Panthers. The bottom two performers for the first round both wore Georgia State blue and white as Emily Royer was 65th at 15-over par. Yasemin Sari was last among all participants at 17-over par.

Fabrizio topped the leaderboard at three-under par. Virginia’s Lauren Coughlin and Coastal Carolina’s Marlene Krolboll Hansen were tied for second at one-under while South Carolina’s Justine Dreher and Mississippi State’s Ally McDonald were tied for fourth at even par.

Day Two

Things did not improve for the Panthers as they shot 34 under par for the second day of the Florida State matchup bringing them to 69-over.

Georgia State still found itself in last place. After day two, South Carolina still held the lead at fifteen-over par, followed by Florida State, which moved up three spots to second at 18-over par.

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Mississippi State, which stood at second place after the first day, dropped to sixth place at 21-under par.

Le Coz remained the Panthers’ top performer at eight-over par to tie for 27th. Zabarte fell all the way to 62nd at 18-over par for the event overall.

Lauren Court would be in 61st at 17-over. Royer and Sari were still the bottom two on the leaderboard after day two at 26-over and 28-over, respectively.

Fabrizio maintained her spot at the top of the leaderboard at three-under par. Furman’s Taylor Totland found herself in second place after shooting a two-under 70 for the second round.

Day Three

An eighteen-over third round on the final day of the Florida State Match-Up would close Georgia State’s outing as they finished at 87-over par. Furman was the top team in the end, shooting 12-over par followed by Mississippi State and Virginia who were tied for second at 19-over.

Le Coz shot a 73 in the final round finishing at nine-over and tied for 23rd.

Zabarte shot 77 in the final round finishing at 23-over par and in 61st place. Court shot an 80 on day three placing 62nd. Sari and Royer ended up in 65th and last, respectively. Sari shot a 76 on the final round concluding at 32-over par, while Royer shot an 84 for the third round and had a 38-over par outing for the weekend.

Texas A&M’s Fabrizio and Furman’s Totland both finished at two-under par at the top of the leaderboard. Fabrizio shot a 73 for the final round while Totland shot 71 for round three. Another Texas A&M Aggie, Marijosse Navarro, finished at one-under and shot a 70 for round three. Mississippi State’s McDonald also shot a 70 for round three finishing at even par.

Georgia State will take to the fairways next on Feb. 23-24 at the Amelia Island Collegiate in Florida.

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