MIAMI (Sept. 19, 2018) – Led by 13th year head coach Joseph Vogel, the FIU women’s golf team looks to keep the momentum going into the 2018-19 campaign after a rebuilding year last season. The 2018-19 slate sees the Panthers compete in a total of 10 tournaments in almost every corner of the United States.
To open the season, FIU travels cross-country to the Pacific Northwest to play in the Gonzaga-hosted Coeur D’Alene Resort Collegiate Invitational on Sept. 24th & 25th at the Coeur D’Alene Resort.
For the fifth-straight season, the Panthers head to the Show Me State to participate in the Jonnie Imes Invitational. The three-day tournament, hosted by Mizzou, will be held Oct. 1-3 at the Club at Old Hawthrone in Columbia, Missouri. FIU returns to South Florida on Oct. 21-23 to play host for the 41st Pat Bradley Invitational at Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club in Sarasota. The Blue and Gold head west to the Hawaiian Islands for the final tournament of the fall campaign, with FIU playing in the Rainbow Wahne Invitational on Oct. 30-31 in Honolulu.
FIU opens the Spring slate in Tampa on Jan. 28th for the one-day USF-hosted Florida Challenge. The challenge will be played at the Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club. The Panthers return to the normal 54-hole format three weeks later at the Moon Golf Invitational in Melbourne, Florida. The two-day event will be hosted by Louisville at the Duran Golf Club. To open the month of March, FIU heads to Gainesville to compete at the Suntrust Gator Women’s Invitational on March 9-10th. Florida will host the tournament at the Mark Bostick Golf Course. The third and final cross-country trip of the season comes the following week at the Notre Dame Clover Cup. The three-day tournament will extend from March 15-17th at the Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona. For the final regular …