The Tigers will compete in four tournaments before the SEC Championships this season.
Feb. 13, 2014
Columbia, Mo. - The Mizzou women's golf team is ready to swing into their spring season after a few months off. The Tigers will open the season at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, hosted by Purdue University. The three-day event begins on Feb. 16 and will be held at the Rio Mar Country Club - River Course in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
The Puerto Rico Classic field consists of 15 teams, including No. 10-ranked Alabama, No. 9 Arkansas, No. 21 North Carolina State, No. 19 Northwestern, No. 18 Iowa State, and No. 31 Kent State. Mizzou will also compete with other SEC teams including Georgia, Tennessee and Auburn. TCU, Texas Tech, Augusta State, Michigan State and Purdue round out the field of competition. Live scoring of the event will be available at www.golfstat.com.
The Tigers return to action March 21st for a three-day competition at the 20th-ranked LSU Tiger Classic in Baton Rouge, La. The following week, Mizzou will co-host the Mountain View Classic in Tucson, Ariz. The two-day tournament will be held MountainView Golf Club, March 28-29.
Mizzou's season continues April 7-8 at the Web.com Intercollegiate in Jacksonville, Fla., before wrapping up the regular season at the SEC Championships. Held April 18-20 at the Greystone Golf and Country Club in Birmingham, Ala., the Championships will feature nationally-ranked competition in one of the most exciting tournaments of the season.
Mizzou will look ahead to postseason play in May, with NCAA Regional competitions beginning May 8. The 2014 NCAA Championship will be held May 20-23 at the Tulsa Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.
The Tigers posted a solid fall season in 2013, earning two top-10 team finishes including the Pat Bradley Invitational Title. Three Tigers had solid performances this fall season including, senior Taylor Gohn, redshirt sophomore Michelle Butler and sophomore Katherine Helper. All three finished with stroke averages below 75 and consistently earned the teams' top finishes.
The spring season will bring some stiff competition for Mizzou, but the team expects to improve upon an already successful fall season.
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