Members of the Youngstown State women's golf team will be competing at two different events beginning this weekend. The Penguins will play their full lineup at the Indiana State University Invitational on Sunday and Monday, and other players will compete as individuals at the JCU One Day Shootout hosted by John Carroll on Saturday.
The Indiana State University Invitational will take place at The Country Club of Terre Haute in Terre Haute, Ind. The field will feature 12 other teams including the host Indiana State, Butler, California Baptist, Dayton, Eastern Illinois, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Green Bay, Loyola Chicago, Northern Iowa, Valparaiso and Western Illinois.
Head Coach Nate Miklos has announced that YSU's lineup will include Victoria Grans, Puthita Khuanrudee, Katlyn Shutt, Rattika Sittigool and Jenna Vivo while Megan Creager will be competing as an individual. Shutt, Grans and Khuanrudee have competed in all nine of the team's events this season while Creager, Sittigool and Vivo have each participated in eight tournaments.
Tee times will start at 10 a.m. ET on Sunday, and play on Monday will begin with a shotgun start at approximately 10 a.m. The course will play approximately 6,041 yards and par is 72. There will be no live scoring and results will be posted at the conclusion of each round.
Britney Jonda, Kara Raines and Tori Utrup will be competing as individuals in the JCU One Day Shootout on Saturday at The Country Club of Hudson in Hudson, Ohio. Other teams at the event will include the host John Carroll, Baldwin Wallace, Malone, Mount Union, Muskingum and Ursuline College.
Raines will be competing for the fourth time this season, and for the first time since playing as an individual at the Dayton Fall Invitational in mid October. Jonda and Utrup will be playing competitively for the first time since the team's first event of the season, the Roseann Schwartz Invitational in early September.
YSU Tee Times:
- 12:30: Utrup
- 12:38: Raines
- 12:46: Jonda
There will be no live scoring, and results will posted at the conclusion of the event. The course will play approximately 5,346 yards and par is 72.
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