Mocs Close Out Fall Slate at Furman

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. --- The final event of the fall portion of the schedule is upon the Chattanooga Mocs women's golf team. UTC heads to Furman this weekend for the Lady Paladin Invitational.

The 14-team field will traverse the par 72, 6,266-yard layout for 54 holes. Play is slated for 18 holes per day beginning Friday, October 26, and concluding Sunday, October 28.

The Mocs have played in the event just once before winning it in 2010. Led by Emma de Groot's fourth-place finish, UTC shot rounds of 305, 308 and 302 for the 14-shot triumph over Georgia State.

This will mark the third time in four fall events that all team members will compete. The lineup for the Lady Paladin features juniors Marion Duvernay (Publier, France) and Jordan Britt (Chattanooga, Tenn.), sophomores Porsche Campbell (Vancouver, Canada) and Mette Kryger (Nivaa, Denmark) and freshman Emily McLennan (Queensland, Australia). Freshman Isabella Loza (Bucaramanga, Colombia) will play as the individual this weekend.

Tee times have not been assigned at press time. Live scoring is linked above and on the women's golf schedule page on Follow @UTCmocsGolf on Twitter for updates from the course.

Appalachian State, CHATTANOOGA, Columbia, Furman, Jacksonville, Longwood, Mercer, Newberry, UNF, Nova Southeastern, Rutgers, Samford, Savannah College of Art & Design, William & Mary

Dates: Oct. 26-28
Location: Greenville, S.C.
Format: 54 Holes (18 per day)
Course: Furman University Golf Course (Par 72/Yardage 6,266)
No. of Teams: 14
2011 Champ: USF (315-316-302=933)
Medalist: Charlotte Lorentzen, Georgia State (77-74-71=222, +6)





Jordan Britt



Emily McLennan



Marion Duvernay



Mette Kryger



Porsche Campbell



Isabella Loza (Ind.)






COLETTE MURRAY (Jacksonville State '04) is in her sixth year as a head coach, all at Chattanooga.  The Mocs have 12 team titles with nine medalists under her watch.

The Mocs wound up 14th at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship in Knoxville. The team shot rounds of 311, 307 and 304 for a 54-hole score of 922. Junior Jordan Britt (Chattanooga, Tenn.) was the team leader at 222 with the low round each day shooting 76-2-74 for six-over par 222.

UTC completes the fall portion of its schedule at Furman. The Mocs return to action on February 18 and 19 at the Central District Invitational hosted by Michigan State at River Wilderness Country Club in Parrish, Fla.

 - One change to the lineup, sophomore Mette Kryger (Nivaa, Denmark) returns to the starting five after playing as an individual at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate. Freshman Isabella Loza (Bucaramanga, Colombia) competes as an individual this weekend.
 - Lady Paladin Invitational history for the Mocs:



 Team Scores

 Low Ind.




 4, Emma de Groot, 75-78-73=226 

- Britt is the lone member of the current Mocs squad to compete in the Lady Paladin Invitational. She finished tied for 14th for the 2010 champion team shooting 233 (78-81-74).
 - Britt needs just five birdies for 150 in her career. She got her 700th par at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate during the second round on the par four first hole, her 10th hole of the day. She tallied a career-high 38 pars in the event.
 - Britt is the team leader in stroke average (75.00), par 4 scoring (4.14), par 5 scoring (5.03), counters (100%), eagles (0.11), pars (108), par/better holes (77.2%), fewest bogeys (3.56/rd) and fewest others (0.56/rd). She is third with 16 birdies.
 - Emily McLennan (Queensland, Australia) leads the squad with 22 birdies (2.4 per round). Her five in the final round of the Mason Rudolph Women's Championship tied Porsche Campbell's (Vancouver, Canada) first round of the season for team high. McLennan's nine for the event is a team best thus far in 2012-13.
 - McLennan is tied for team lead in counters (100%) and is second in stroke average (76.56), fewest other (0.78), par 3 (3.22) and par 5 scoring (5.08).
 - McLennan is 15 pars shy of 100 for the season.
 - Marion Duvernay (Publier, France) leads the Mocs in par or better rounds with two and in par three scoring (3.19).
 - Duvernay needs one birdie for 100 in her career, 20 pars for 600.
 - Duvernay has proven strong in season openers. Last year, she notched the best finish of her young career with a tie for fifth at the Golfweek Conference Challenge. She bested that this year tying for fourth at the Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup.
 - Duvernay's 219 (+3) was a new low 54-hole total. She did it with eight birdies, 35 pars and 11 bogeys. It was her first full tournament without a score higher than bogey.
 - Kryger is second to Britt in pars with 94 (10.4/rd).
 - Kryger is 18 pars short of 400 for her career.
 - Loza is third on the team in bogeys averaging 4.83 per round.
 - Campbell opened her UTC career with a level-par round of 72 at the Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup playing as an individual. It included a team-best five birdies. She is a sophomore transfer from the University of British Columbia.
 - The six Mocs come from six different countries: Britt (American), Campbell (Canadian), Duvernay (French), Kryger (Danish), Loza (Colombian) and McLennan (Australian). is the official website of the Chattanooga Mocs.  The Mocs can also be followed on their official Facebook page,, or on Twitter,  Find out how to join the UTC Mocs Club and support more than 300 student-athletes by clicking here.
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