Oct. 4, 2013
|SCHOONER FALL CLASSIC|
|Time||Oct. 5 18 holes off No. 1 and No. 10
Oct. 6 8 a.m. 18 holes off No. 1 and No. 10
Oct. 7 8 a.m. 18 holes off No. 1 and No. 10
|Location||Belmar Golf Club
6,082 yards Par 70
|Team Field||Houston, Arizona State, Denver, Florida State,
Georgia, Kent State, Kentucky, LSU, Oklahoma,
Oklahoma State, Pepperdine, SMU, TCU
Texas A&M, Texas State and Texas Tech
The three-day, 54-hole tournament starts Saturday morning and runs through Tuesday with 8 a.m., shotgun starts each day on the 6,082-yard, par-70 course.
Fans can follow Schooner Fall Classic live scoring by visiting BirdieFire.com and clicking the appropriate links or by clicking here.
Earlier this week, head coach Gerrod Chadwell and volunteer assistant coach Mary Michael Maggio announced that junior Courtney Ferguson and sophomore Raegan Bremer will represent the Cougars this weekend.
Bremer has been the Cougars' most consistent performer through the first three fall tournaments. The Anaheim, Calif., leads the Cougars with a 74.33 scoring average and three rounds of par or better this season.
She earned a pair of top-25 finishes, including a sixth-place showing at the Cardinal Cup, hosted by Louisville, on Sept. 16-17.
Ferguson is the elder stateswoman among the Cougars this season after transferring from Oklahoma State. The Houston native tied for 19th at the Cardinal Club in mid-September, thanks to an opening-round 71.
This weekend's tournament will be a homecoming for head coach Gerrod Chadwell. The first-year Houston coach served as an assistant coach with the Sooners from 2011 to 2013.
While in Norman, he helped lead the Sooners to two straight NCAA Championships berths, three straight NCAA Regional appearances and a No. 2 national ranking from Golf World/Women's Golf Coaches Association in 2012-13.
Fans can receive live scoring updates by following @UHCougarWGolf on Twitter and catch up with the latest news and notes on the team by clicking LIKE on the team's Facebook page at Facebook.com/HoustonCougarWomensGolf.
Following the Schooner Fall Classic, the Cougars wrap up their fall season when freshman Emily Gilbreth competes as an individual at the Sam Houston/Harold Funston Invitational in Huntsville, Texas. That two-day, 54-hole tournament begins Monday and wraps up Tuesday.