The 2-day, 54-hole event shall be held on the Cherokee Nation Membership in Knoxville, giving the Crimson Raiders a brand new venue and several other new opponents early within the season after dealing with a principally regional discipline every week in the past on the Sam Golden Invitational in Denton.
The Crimson Raiders wrapped its keep in DFW in second place after recording the bottom 54-hole rating in class historical past. Texas Tech was a mixed 28-under-par 841 over the two-day event to complete because the runner-up to an Oklahoma State program that’s at present No. 3 within the newest Girls’s Golf Coaches Affiliation (WGCA) ballot.
The efficiency moved the Crimson Raiders to No. 20 within the WGCA ballot as Texas Tech would be the highest-ranked staff on this week’s discipline that additionally consists of NCAA Regional regulars comparable to Virginia Tech, Kent State and Miami. Tech would be the solely Large 12 program within the 17-team discipline.
Tech head coach JoJo Robertson will ship the identical lineup to Tennessee as she used final week in DFW, which was highlighted by the debut of Chiara Horder. The freshman recorded two bogey-free rounds en path to ending 10-under for the event and in a tie for fifth general.
She was one in all three Crimson Raiders among the many top-20 people, becoming a member of each Gala Dumez and Amy Taylor who have been in a tie for twentieth general. Anna Dong and fellow freshman Chelsea Romas will spherical out the lineup for the Crimson Raiders this week.
The Crimson Raiders will play 36 holes Monday, starting with a 7:30 a.m. CT shotgun begin. Dwell protection shall be offered all through the occasion at www.Golfstat.com.
Dates: Sept. 20-21
Format: Stroke play, 54 holes; 36 holes Monday, 18 holes Tuesday
Tee Instances: 8:30 a.m. (CT) shotgun begin (Mon.- Tues.)
Website: Cherokee Nation Membership (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Host College: Tennessee
Course par and yardage: Par 71, 5,930 yards
Match Discipline: Augusta, BYU, Charlotte, Chattanooga, School of Charleston, Jap Kentucky, East Tennessee State, Kent State, Maryland, Mercer, Miami, Center Tennessee State, South Dakota State, Texas Tech, Tennessee, UTSA, Virginia Tech.
— Texas Tech Girls’s Golf (@TexasTechWGolf) September 17, 2021