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The Gators will face another difficult schedule during the 2014-15 school year.

Tuesday August 5, 2014Florida Women's Golf 2014-15 Tournament Schedule Released

Gainesville, Fla.

The Gators will face another difficult schedule during the 2014-15 school year.

2014-15 Florida Women’s Golf Schedule

 

Third-year head coach Emily Glaser and the Florida women’s golf team revealed its 2014-15 schedule on Tuesday. The Gators will participate in seven tournaments that they played in last year and will take on a pair of new courses during the regular season.

 

“I am really excited about our schedule this year,” Glaser said. “We have shortened the fall season and will only play in three tournaments because many of our team members will be participating in the World Amateur this September in Japan.”

 

“We will visit a few of the same tournaments as last year but have also added one new event during both the fall and spring. Each tournament we will play in has been carefully chosen and the fields at each event will be extremely strong.”

 

Florida returns six golfers for the upcoming season – seniors Camilla Hedberg, Sarah Schober and Anna Young, junior Ursa Orehek and sophomores Maria Torres and Karolina Vlckova. UF welcomes freshman Taylor Tomlinson and sophomore transfer Kelly Grassel, who helped Michigan State to a share of the Big Ten title last spring.

 

The Orange and Blue kicks off the school year at the Cougar Classic hosted by the College of Charleston from Sept. 14-16. The team captured the event’s title from the second year in a row in ‘13, as Young collected her first individual crown by one stroke over a trio of competitors.

 

Following their trip to Charleston, the Gators travel to Chapel Hill, N.C., for the Tar Heel Invitational from Oct. 10-12. Two weeks later, Florida will wrap up the 2014 fall season at The Landfall Tradition in Wilmington, N.C.

 

The team returns in the spring semester to the Black Diamond Ranch Golf Club for their third-straight appearance at the Florida Challenge in Lecanto, Fla., a one-day tournament on Jan. 26.

 

The Gators then travel out West for the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes, Calif., from Feb. 8-10 for their 15th straight appearance in the event. The team will wrap up the month of February at the English Turn Golf Club with the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship in New Orleans, La., Feb. 23-25. The tournament, hosted by Tulane University, is another familiar competition that the team will play in for the fifth-straight year.

 

The squad returns home to host the SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational over the weekend of March 6-8, marking the 43rd annual tournament on Mark Bostick Golf Course, known for hosting some of the best college golf squads in the country.

 

The next stop on the Gators’ itinerary will be the Briar’s Creek Invitational in Charleston, S.C., from March 23-24. To close out the regular season, Florida will visit Greensboro, N.C., for the third-consecutive year to play at the Bryan National Collegiate, April 3-5.

 

The Gators begin postseason play with the 2015 SEC Championship in Birmingham, Ala., at the Greystone Golf and Country Club. The season continues with the NCAA Regional Championships at four different sites from May 7-9, followed by the NCAA Championships in Bradenton, Fla., at The Concession Golf Club, May 22-24. UF advanced to the NCAA Championships for the fourth-straight year and the 24th time in school history in May.

 

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