BRADENTON, Fla. – Led by a pair of 73s from Jemima Gregson and Yasemin Sari, the Georgia State women’s golf team tied for the fourth-lowest round of the day to finish 10th at the at the 38th annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational at Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club.
The Panthers shot a final round 11-over 299, to finish at 53-over for the 54-hole event.
Gregson recorded her third-straight top 25 finish of the fall, placing in a tie for 11th at 7-over. Her final round featured 17 pars and one bogey.
Sari’s 73 included three birdies as the sophomore finished tied for 27th at 11-over par. Sari finished in the top 30 in all five fall tournaments.
“Really proud of the way we finished the fall,” head coach Cathy Mant said. “We steadily improved over the course of the tournament and I think we can take a lot of positive things out of this final round. Several members of the team have really stepped up their games and it will be exciting to see how they can continue to improve heading into the spring.”
Sophomore Paula Zabarte shot a final round 10-over 83 to finish tied for 49th at 20-over, while freshman Gloria Zeitler shot 76 on Tuesday to finish tied for 53rd at 21-over.
Junior Solene Le Coz rounded out the Panthers line-up with a final round 5-over 77 to finish 69th at 27-over.
Toledo hung on for a five-stroke win, finishing with a 291 on Tuesday to end the event at 15-over par. Memphis came in second at 20-over par, followed by FIU in third at 27-over. Daytona State placed fourth at 28-over, followed by James Madison in fifth at 36-over.
Memphis’ Leighann Cabush shot a final round 73 to earn a one-stroke individual win at 1-under par. Daytona State’s Ji Sun Kang finished second at even par, followed by Toledo’s Sathika Ruenreong in third at 1-over. Western Kentucky’s Georgina Blackman finished fourth at 2-over, followed by James Madison’s Laura Gomez in fifth at 3-over.
Georgia State will return to action in late February for the Amelia Island Collegiate in Amelia Island, Fla.