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Wednesday, March 31, 2004
NASHVILLE --- The Tennessee State women's golf team returns to action by hosting Western Kentucky on Thursday (April 1) in a dual match. The second-year Lady Tiger team will be hosting the Lady 'Toppers in a rare two-team match at the Nashboro Village Golf Course. TSU has not played since winning its first tournament in the program's brief history, an event hosted by Alabama A&M earlier this month. At Alabama A&M, TSU was led by Leslie Scarborough's second place finish, a score of 170 while Nikki Winn placed third (172) and Morgan Brown was fourth overall (178). The tournament was played in cold and windy conditions. TSU will be hosting its second event on the Nashboro Village Course. The Lady Tigers hosted the six-team Lady Tiger Invitational in October on the par-72, 5,863-yard course. Following the dual match with WKU, TSU will travel to Murray, Ky next Monday-Tuesday for the Murray State Lady Racer Invitational.