Women’s golf set to compete in EKU’s Colonel Classic Athletics


RICHMOND, Ky. – Cleveland State’s women’s golf program is ready for action as the Vikings head south for the Colonel Classic of Eastern Kentucky taking place this Monday, April 4 and Tuesday, April 5 at the University Club of Arlington.

The two-day, 54-hole event begins with a shotgun tee time at 8:30 a.m. ET Monday. The tournament’s 13 teams will play two rounds on the opening day of the event before concluding with the final round on Tuesday at 9am.

The college club course plays to a par of 72 for 5,910 yards.

Teams competing in the 28th Annual Colonel’s Classic include: Akron, Ball State, Bellarmine, Belmont, Butler, Cincinnati, Dayton, Eastern Kentucky, Georgia State, Marshall, Northern Alabama and northern Illinois.

The last tournament CSU attended was written into the record books as the Vikings earned their first victory in more than four years with a title at Nevel Meade Collegiate. It was the first tournament win for the Vikes since the group won the Horizon League Championships on April 25, 2017.

There, the Vikings were led by Madison Butler (third overall), Meg Rossouw (fourth) and Sabrina Coffman (tied for eighth).

Viking fans and supporters can follow the live results of the Colonel Classic here.


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