Georgia State women’s golf finished up fourteenth in the 18 team field at the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational which was held in Greenville South Carolina hosted by Furman University.
The field included schools such as Furman, Kansas, Yale, Kennesaw State, North Carolina, Florida State, Texas Tech, Coastal Carolina, Tulsa, East Carolina, ETSU, Samford, Western Carolina, Wofford, Southern Mississippi and UNCG.
The Panthers were led by junior Julie Lied, who shot a career best final round of 71 on Tuesday and was a total of 10-over par for the tournament which tied her for a 31st place finish.
The overall victory went to the host school Furman who shot a total 860 for the tournament which was 4-under. That score helped Furman have a 22-stroke win over the second place finishing team Wake Forest.
The overall individual winner of the tournament went to Furman’s Taylor Totland. Totland was seven under for the tournament and had a total score of 209. Yale’s Jennifer Peng came in second with a score of 214 which was two under par.
The Panthers will be back in action for the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate in Greenville, N.C. on Oct.13-14.