ATLANTA – Following a near record-setting performance, Georgia State freshman Mahina Leveau has been named Sun Belt Conference Golfer of the Week on Thursday.
Leveau tied for second at the Georgia State Invitational at Rivermont Golf Club on Tuesday playing near record-setting golf.Leveau’s three-round total of 212 was the fourth-lowest three-round score in school history and just two strokes behind the school record of 2010 set by Iliska Verwey at the 2008 Cincinnati Fall Classic. It came in just her fourth collegiate event.
Her second-round 5-under 67 included six birdies and tied for Georgia State’s lowest round of the year and third-lowest round in program history. The score tied Petra Duran’s 67 from the Spring Break Shootout last month and Harmanprit Kaur’ 67 at the 2018 USA Intercollegiate. The 67 was also the second lowest second round score in program history.
It was Leveau’s third top 25 finish and second top 10 in four events this spring. The freshman has finished as the top Panther in three of the four events Georgia State has competed this year. She also finished the event as the top player of four Sun Belt Conference teams competing.