UTC Women’s Golf Announces 2022-23 Schedule

The 2022-23 Chattanooga Mocs women’s golf schedule was announced Friday. It’s a 10-tournament journey to the postseason which begins in mid-April at the Southern Conference Championships.

Coach Colette Murray and her 7-player roster have a lot of optimism to go with a strong slate of events. This is a little different than recent seasons with several new events on the calendar.

The highlight is the Chattanooga Classic. It’s the third straight year the squad hosts a home tournament returning to Council Fire Golf Course in early April. It’s the final event of the regular season.

The 10 regular season tourneys lead into the SoCon Championships which returns to Moss Creek Golf Club in Hilton Head. Senior Dorota Zalewska returns to defend her title as the Mocs look to take the team title back for the first time since 2014. In 15 seasons in the league, Chattanooga owns five team and eight medalists in the event.

Here is an event-by-event breakdown with notes.

Green Wave Fall Classic
Sept. 12-13 | Bayou Oaks South Course | New Orleans, La. | Hosted by Tulane

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate
Sept. 19-20 | Cherokee C.C. | Knoxville, Tenn. | Hosted by Tennessee

Mason Rudolph Championships
Sept. 23-25 | VU Legends Club | Franklin, Tenn. | Hosted by Vandy

Ron Moore Invitational
Oct. 7-9 | Univ. of Denver G.C. | Denver, Colo. | Hosted by Denver

The Ally
Oct. 17-18 | Old Waverly Club | West Point, Miss. | Hosted by Mississippi State

Tulane Classic
Feb. 12-14 | English Turn G.C. | New Orleans, La. | Hosted by Tulane

Reynolds Lake Oconee Invitational
Feb. 17-19 | Great Waters Course | Eatonton, Ga. | Hosted by Mercer

Clover Cup
March 10-12 | Longbow G.C. | Mesa, Ariz. | Hosted by Notre Dame

Chattanooga Classic
April 2-4 | Council Fire Golf Club | Chattanooga, Tenn. | Hosted by Chattanooga

Southern Conference Championships
April 16-18 | Moss Creek G.C. South | Hilton Head, S.C. | Hosted by SoCon

– 5-time team champions (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014) with six medalists: Emma de Groot (2011), Jordan Britt (2012), Agathe Sauzon (2013), Emily McLennan (2014), Megan Woods (2016), Monica San Juan (2019); Dorota Zalewska (2022).


NCAA Regionals
May 8-10 | Site TBD

– Potential sites: Athens, Ga.; Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; Pullman, Wash.; Raleigh, N.C.; San Antonio, Texas; Westfield, Ind.

NCAA Championships
May 19-24 | Grayhawk G.C. | Scottsdale, Ariz. | Hosted by Arizona State

– NCAA Championships qualifier as a team in 2009.