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WCU Women's Golf Set to Close Fall at Terrier Intercollegiate

Oct. 22, 2017

2017 Terrier Intercollegiate - Roundd 1 Tee Times Get Acrobat Reader

Cullowhee, N.C. - All eight of Western Carolina's women's golfers will be in action on Monday and Tuesday as the squad competes in its final tournament in the fall portion of its 2017-18 schedule, traveling to Spartanburg, S.C., for the Terrier Intercollegiate.

Teams are scheduled to play 18 holes both Monday and Tuesday with tee times off the front and back nine beginning at 10:00 am on Monday morning at the par-72, 6,012-yard Country Club of Spartanburg. Tuesday's second round is slated for a 10:00 am shotgun start.

Live scoring is available every three holes online through With a threat of inclement weather, updates will be made through both the scoring site and and

In addition to the Catamounts and the host Terriers, the field also includes Southern Conference foe, The Citadel. Rounding out the field are Appalachian State, Converse, Gardner-Webb, Georgia Southern, High Point, Presbyterian College, Tennessee Tech, and USC Upstate.

Western Carolina's scoring five was derived from the finishing order of its home tournament a week ago, the Bill Berg Invitational held at The Ridges Country Club. Senior Alyssa Morahan, coming off her best career finish in a tie for 13th, will lead the five-member squad. She is joined by freshman Hazel Martin and upperclassman classmate Amanda Floberg, with sophomore Brianna Plummer and freshman Maya White rounding out the side.

Three Catamounts will play unattached -- freshmen Cameron Wood and Harper Gilreath and junior Shannon Heerey, each vying for medalist honors as individuals.

Paired with golfers from Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian, WCU's scoring five hits the course on the back nine beginning at 10:00 am with the individual competitors following starting at 10:45 am.