The Trevecca women's golf team, under the leadership of Head Coach Michael Johnson, claimed top honors in the women's portion of the Trevecca Invitational to open the 2003-04 season. Two Lady Trojan teams split for the invitational with Team White taking top honors and Team Purple placing second over a Freed-Hardeman University squad. Freshman Lady Trojan Mindy Seigenthaler broke a school record with a two-day total of 167.
The squad's second Invitational saw a record breaking performance. The women's team broke a school record, shooting a combined 375 in the opening round for the best one-day total in Lady Trojan golf history. The women's squad finished second in the invitational with a school record two-day total of 771. Seigenthaler broke another school record with a two-day total of 170. Seigenthaler joined Noel Moffett on the all-tournament team.
The final women's tournament of the fall season took place in Rome, Ga., the Berry College Invitational. The Lady Trojans continued their record breaking season with a school record 705 in the two-day tournament.
The women's golf squad opened the spring season in Greenville, South Carolina and took 8th place (out of 10) in the Emerald Intercollegiate Tournament. Moffett (t-28th, 178) led the way once again while Seigenthaler (t-33rd, 182), Kristi Gearhart (35th, 183), Deanna Doty (52nd, 209), and Cassie Butler (54th, 228) contributed to the 8th place finish.
Wrapping up the regular season, the women's squad traveled to the Freed-Hardeman Invitational where freshman Mindy Seigenthaler blew the field away with a first place score of 160. Seigenthaler is the first Lady Trojan to ever win an individual first place ranking in the program's fourth season. Siegenthaler's second day score of 77and two-day total of 160 are both Trevecca records. Trevecca's Deanna Doty (182) and Kristi Gearhart (184) finished seventh and eighth respectively but the Lady Trojans did not have enough golfers to play as a team due to injuries.
Due to inclement weather, the Lady Trojans entered postseason play with the postponement of the TranSouth Conference Tournament. The conference tournament was eventually held in conjunction with the NAIA Region XI Tournament where Trevecca freshman Mindy Seigenthaler shone once again. Trevecca finished second in the TranSouth Conference portion of the tournament with a combined team score of 707. In the Region XI portion of the tournament, Trevecca finished third out of nine teams. Seigenthaler finished with a 161 and earned All-TranSouth and All-Region XI honors.