Women's Golfers Compete at Amateur Tournaments
BATON ROUGE – LSU women’s golfers Kiana Oshiro, Kendall Griffin and Latanna Stone will compete over the winter break in amateur tournaments across the country before returning to Baton Rouge to train and compete for the 2021 season.
Oshiro kicks things off at the Joanne Winter Arizona Silver Belle Championship Dec. 28-31 at Briarwood Country Club. The senior was named the Louisiana Newcomer of the Year a year ago after transferring from Western Texas College. She has competed in five tournaments for the Tigers and owns a top-10 finish at LSU.
Griffin will play the 66th Harder Hall Women’s Invitational Dec. 28-31in her hometown of Sebring, Florida. Griffin competed in all three tournaments during her senior fall season. Her teammate, Stone, won the tournament a year ago.
Stone rounds out the group competing in tournaments over the break. She’ll compete Jan. 3-5 at the Orlando Amateur at the Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge. Stone recently represented Team USA at the Arnold Palmer Cup. Stone ended the fall with a top-5 and top-10 finish.