OFF THE TEE
- Cleveland State will open the season at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational for the sixth straight season
- Cleveland State has finished third three times and second twice in the past five seasons
- Cleveland State's Madison Butler was the medalist at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational in 2017
- Madison Butler returns to lead the Vikings after setting a school single-season scoring record last year
CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland State women's golf team will open the 2019-20 season on Monday (Sept. 2) at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational hosted by Youngstown State on the Mill Creek Golf Course.
This will mark the sixth consecutive year that the Vikings have opened the season by competing at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational. In each of the previous five seasons, Cleveland State has finished no lower than third in the tournament.
Junior Madison Butler returns to lead the Vikings after a stellar season in 2018-19. She earned All-Horizon League honors, was a member of the Horizon League All-Tournament team and established a Cleveland State single-season scoring record with a 76.9 stroke average. In her first collegiate tournament in 2017, Butler earned medalist honors at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational and also finished third in the tournament last season.
Knight was second on the team last season with a 78.8 scoring average and had two top-10 finishes a year ago.
Baker competed in just three events, but had a 79.7 scoring average and had one top-20 finish on the year.
Rossouw competed in 10 events and played 24 rounds and had an 81.7 scoring average, while Zimmerman played in all 27 rounds and 11 events and finished the season with an 82.1 average.
Oosterhuis battled injuries throughout the season and finished the year with an 83.0 stroke average while competing in three events.
The Roseann Schwartz Invitational will consist of 18 holes on Monday and conclude with 18 holes on Tuesday (Sept. 3).