BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – The Roadrunner women’s golf team will continue a busy October this weekend with its second tournament of the month. CSU Bakersfield is prepared for the Cal Poly Lady Mustang Invitational set for Oct. 22-23 on the Central Coast.

“The Cal Poly Lady Mustang at Cypress Ridge is a great tournament and always features a strong field,” said Meghan Thomason, CSUB’s Director of Golf. Cypress Ridge will be set up as a Par 72, 6,011-yard course this weekend. “Our lineup for this tournament includes a lot of new faces who are ready to make a competitive impact. We spent a lot of time analyzing the things that needed improvement from our last tournament and got some solid practice in over the last few weeks. I’m excited to see how we perform.”

Thomason’s lineup includes one regular in junior Tori Peers, who paced the ‘Runners in their season-opening tournament. Making their ‘Runner debuts on Saturday will be freshman Misha Vega and junior college transfer Deedra Dollesin. Freshman Macey Mills and junior college transfer April Chang will each be making their second starts for CSUB this weekend.

The Lady Mustang Invitational will kick off Saturday morning at 8 a.m. with a split-tee start. The ‘Runners and the rest of the eight-team field will play one round of golf each day for a total of 36 holes. Sunday morning’s round will be a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Results and a full recap will be available here at at the end of each day of competiton.