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App State Women’s Golf will play four fall tournaments in the Carolinas and compete in six spring tournaments during the 2023-24 calendar, first-year coach Brittany Dabule announced Wednesday.
The busiest stretch in the schedule occurs during the week of App State’s spring break, with an appearance in Boulder City, Nev., for the Jackrabbit Invitational from March 11-12 and then a spot in the field at the Low Country Intercollegiate in Hilton Head Island, S.C., from March 15-17.
“I am looking forward to our spring break week in March when we fly out to Boulder City and then finish up the week in Hilton Head Island,” Dabule said. “It is a loaded week. However, it will be a great experience for my student-athletes.”
The Mountaineers’ roster includes seven 2022-23 returners and four newcomers, plus the return of one player who began her career at App State and will be eligible to compete again in 2024-25. Hired in mid-June, Dabule spent the previous four seasons as the head coach at Longwood in Farmville, Va.
App State’s fall schedule begins at the Elon Invitational (Sept. 18-19) and continues Oct. 9-10 with the UNCG Fall Invitational. The following two Mondays, the Mountaineers will open play at the Edisto Island Invitational (Oct. 16-17 on the South Carolina coast) and the Terrier Intercollegiate (Oct. 23-24 in Spartanburg, S.C.).
The Mountaineers’ spring schedule starts with the Oyster Shuck Match Play event (Feb. 12-13 in Charleston, S.C.). After nearly a month-long break, App State travels to Boulder City and Hilton Head Island to play six tournament rounds over the span of seven days, with more than 2,000 miles separating the two sites.
The Mountaineers play at the Georgia State Spring Invitational from March 25-26, then host the Mimosa Hills Intercollegiate in Morganton from April 1-2 before heading into the postseason with the Sun Belt Championship that runs (competitively) from April 15-18. The site of that event has not been announced yet by the Sun Belt Conference.