Little Rock head women’s golf coach Jenna Wylie has released the Trojans 2019-20 schedule as she begins her first season at the helm. Little Rock’s schedule includes 10 events, spanning seven different states, including the Trojans’ annual host tournament in Hot Springs Village.
The season begins with a pair of familiar locations for the Trojans as Little Rock opens the fall schedule Sept. 14-16 at the South Alabama Intercollegiate in Mobile. The Trojans then head north to Columbia, Missouri, for the annual Johnie Imes Invitational, hosted by Missouri, Sept. 30–Oct. 2.
A pair of new tournaments open the month of October for Little Rock, beginning with a return trip to Alabama for the Chris Banister Golf Classic, hosted by Jacksonville State, Oct. 7-8 in Glencoe. The Trojans then make the short trip up to Jonesboro for the Arkansas State Lady Red Wolves Classic, being held Oct. 14-15.
Little Rock closes out the fall portion of its schedule with the annual Little Rock Women’s Golf Classic, being held Oct. 27-29 at Diamante Country Club in Hot Springs Village. One of the highlights of the season, the Trojans will welcome over a dozen programs to central Arkansas for the three-day fall finale.
After a nearly four month winter break, Little Rock returns to the course with three familiar tournaments to start the spring season. The first of those will be held Feb. 10-11 when the Trojans compete in the Texas State Invitational, being held in Kyle, Texas.
The Trojans then make their yearly trip to Arizona for the Rio Verde Collegiate Invitational, hosted by Western Michigan and held February 21-23 in Rio Verde, Arizona. Little Rock will then make a return trip to Dade City, Florida, for the 2020 Spring Break Shootout, hosted by Western Kentucky March 16-17.
The final tune-up before the Sun Belt meet will take the Trojans south to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, taking part in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic April 4-5. That leads into the 2020 Sun Belt Conference Championship, being held April 20-22 at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Wylie enters the 2019-20 season with five returners, including four sophomores, all of which have seen significant playing time during their Trojan careers. Little Rock is looking to build off last season’s performance which saw the Trojans post four top-10 team finishes and a 309.09 scoring average.