Women's Golf Travels to Indiana for Lady Northern Invitational

Oct. 9, 2011

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By Becca Hurley

ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - After a second-place finish last week at the Bettie Lou Evans Invitational, the Knights are off to French Lick, Ind. for the Lady Northern Invitational. Hosted by Indiana, this will be the UCF women's golf team's first time participating in the tournament.

The invitational, which begins starting on Monday, will commence with a shotgun start and each team playing 36 holes followed by another round of 18 on Tuesday. The par-70 course totaling 5,050 yards was constructed in 1917 by world renowned architect Donald Ross.

The Knights are one of 12 teams competing in the invitational, and will be up against three squads ranked in the top-50 in the nation including Illinois (No. 35), Ohio State (No. 42) and Augusta State (No.50).

Kaitlyn Price (Jacksonville Beach, Fla.) will be playing at No.1 after earning her highest-career placing with a second-place overall finish last weekend. Playing at No.2 , Heather Proctor is a newcomer to the lineup who placed 7th overall while playing as an individual in Kentucky. Rounding out the lineup for the Knights at No.3 is junior Carolin Pinegger (Marquartstein, Germany), freshman Katie Mitchell at No.4 and freshman Monifa Sealy (Glencoe, Trinidad & Tobago) playing at No.5.