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Friday, October 29, 2004
NASHVILLE --- The Tennessee State women's golf team will host an event for the second straight fall with the TSU Fall Quad set for Nov. 1-2 at Nashboro Village Golf Club. The Lady Tigers started their program in the spring of 2003 under the direction of Dr. Glenn Steimling. Steimling left the university during the summer and men's golf Dr. Catana Starks assumed the additional duties of being director of golf along with interim director of the Health and Physical Education Department. Michael Seward is serving as the women's coach. The tournament will play on the par-72 5,863-yard course. The Lady Tigers will host teams from Ohio Valley Conference members Austin Peay and Tennessee Tech along with the University of Evansville. The teams will play 18 holes each day. The Kentucky Junior Varsity squad won the first tournament hosted by TSU last fall.