Michigan State golfers Sarah Burnham and Allyson Geer have been awarded sponsor exemptions to play in the Meijer LPGA Classic, it was announced by tournament representatives on Friday, June 8 in East Lansing.
Michigan State senior Sarah Burnham and sophomore Allyson Geer were both named to the Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-America teams, it was announced by the organization on Wednesday evening.
Michigan State men’s golf senior Michael Sharp has been voted to the Google Cloud Academic All-District Men’s At-Large Team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), it was announced by the organization on Thursday, May 17.
Michigan State women’s golf senior Sarah Burnham has been voted to the Google Cloud Academic All-District Women’s At-Large Team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), it was announced by the organization on Thursday, May 17. Burnham is the first Spartan voted to the Academic All-District Team since Caroline Powers in 2013.
The Michigan State men’s golf team had a long second round on Tuesday at the NCAA Columbus Regional at the OSU Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio.
The Michigan State men’s golf team shot a 19-over-par 303 in the opening round of the NCAA Columbus Regional on Monday at the OSU Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio. The Spartans currently stand in 10th place and are 10 shots out of the top five at the 7,364-yard course.
Michigan State is making its third consecutive NCAA Regional appearance as it will be one of 13 teams competing at the OSU Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio, May 14-16. The top five teams from the 54-hole Columbus Regional, plus the top individual not on one of the five advancing teams, will move on to the NCAA Championships, May 25-30 at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
The Michigan State women’s golf team shot a 7-over-par 295 on Wednesday in the final round of the NCAA Austin Regional at the University of Texas Golf Club. The Spartans ended the regional 18-over-par 882 (285-302-295) and in eighth place, missing the cut to advance to the NCAA Championships by finishing outside the top six.
The Michigan State women’s golf team is tied for ninth place after two rounds at the NCAA Austin Regional after a 14-over-par 302 on Tuesday at the University of Texas Golf Club.
The Michigan State women’s golf team got off to a quality start at the NCAA Austin Regional with a 3-under-par 285 in Mondays opening round at the University of Texas Golf Club.
The Spartans play in Austin, Texas, as the No. 3 seed in the NCAA regionals, Monday through Wednesday. Yet before the team began the fall schedule of a year that culminated in another conference championship run and the No. 10 ranking in the country, senior Jacqueline Setas was hit with news of a Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis.
For the third consecutive season and 19th time in the past 20 years, Michigan State will take part in NCAA Regionals. The Spartans, which are ranked 10th by Golfweek and 11th by Golfstat, are the No. 3 seed in the Austin Regional.
The Spartans earned their third consecutive NCAA Championships bid — but it wasn’t a slam dunk. Michigan State was among the final teams in the 81-team field. It earned an 11 seed for the Columbus, Ohio, Regional, and will play May 14-16 at the Ohio State Golf Club’s Scarlet Course.
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Michigan State freshman James Piot has been voted the Big Ten Freshman of the Year, while sophomore Kaleb Johnson and senior Michael Sharp were named to the All-Big Ten second team, it was announced by the conference on Tuesday, May 1.
The Big Ten champion Michigan State women’s golf team will take part in the NCAA Austin Regional, it was announced on Wednesday evening by the NCAA. The Spartans are the No. 3 seed in the Austin Regional and will play May 7-9 at the University of Texas Golf Club.
For the second consecutive season, the Michigan State women’s golf team is champions of the Big Ten. The 12th-ranked Spartans shot a 2-over-par 290 in Sunday’s final round to finish the tournament at 5-under-par 859 (283-286-290) the second lowest 54-hole winning score in conference championship history.
The Michigan State men’s golf team is 5-over-par 573 (285-288) after two complete rounds and in second place at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate in Columbus, Ohio.
The Michigan State women’s golf team will head into the final day of the Big Ten Championships one shot out of first place after a 2-under-par 286 in Saturday’s second round.
The 12th-ranked Michigan State women’s golf team leads the Big Ten Championships by five strokes after one round.
The Michigan State men’s golf team will get its final tune up prior to the conference championships when it competes in the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate this Saturday and Sunday in Columbus, Ohio. The tournament will take place at the par-71, 7,455-yard OSU Scarlet Course.