A pair of former Spartan standouts have earned LPGA Tour status for 2020. Sarah Burnham and Liz Nagel both finished in the top 45 of the LPGA Q-Series this past week in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Nagel finished the eight-round tournament 1-under-par 571 and tied for 16th place, while Burnham was even-par 572 and tied for 20th place.
The 10th-ranked Michigan State women’s golf team moved up three spots on the final day of The Landfall Tradition to take sixth place at 10-over-par 874 (299-289-286).
The 10th-ranked Michigan State women’s golf team will cap its fall schedule this weekend with The Landfall Tradition in Wilmington, North Carolina. The 54-hole tournament, which will take place at the Country Club of Landfall, will run Friday – Sunday.
The Michigan State men’s golf team played its final 18 holes of the fall on Monday with the third round of the Quail Valley Intercollegiate in Vero Beach, Florida. The Spartans shot a 3-under-par 285 on Monday and ended the tournament 18-under-par 846 (284-277-285), which put them in seventh place in the 14-team tournament at Quail Valley Golf Club.
The Michigan State men’s golf team will conclude its fall schedule with the Quail Valley Intercollegiate this weekend in Vero Beach, Florida. The seventh annual event will take place at Quail Valley Golf Club, Sunday (36 holes) and Monday (18 holes).
Michigan State sophomore Valery Plata was named the Big Ten Golfer of the Week, it was announced by the conference office on Wednesday (Oct. 16). Plata is the third Spartan to be named the conference’s golfer of the week this season and it’s the first such honor of her career.
The Michigan State men’s golf team is 11-over-par 579 (285-294) and tied for seventh place after two rounds at the Fighting Irish Classic on Monday at the Warren Golf Course on the campus of Notre Dame.
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The Michigan State men’s golf team is in eighth place after two rounds of play on Monday at the Inverness Intercollegiate at Toledo’s Inverness Country Club. Leading the way for the Spartans is junior James Piot, who is just two shots off the lead at even-par 142 (69-73) and tied for third place in an elite field.
The Michigan State women’s golf team got its first tournament win of the season on Monday, capturing the Mary Fossum Invitational title in convincing fashion at Forest Akers West. The Spartans shot an 8-over-par 296 on Monday and won the tournament at 20-over-par 884 (298-290-296), which was 23 shots better than second-place Western Kentucky.
Michigan State junior Yurika Tanida has been named the Big Ten Golfer of the Week, it was announced by the conference office on Wednesday, Sept. 18. Tanida posted the best finish of her career at the Glass City Invitational in Toledo, Ohio, earlier this week as she tied for fourth place.
Three Spartans placed in the top 10 as the Michigan State women’s golf team took third place at the season-opening Glass City Invitational in Toledo, Ohio. The Spartans shot an 8-over-par 296 in Monday’s final round at the historic Inverness Club and finished the tournament 15-over-par 879 (288-295-296), nine shots back of first-place Florida.
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The Michigan State women’s golf team got its 2019-20 season off to a strong start on Monday as the Spartans are in second place after two rounds of the Glass City Invitational, in Toledo, Ohio.
The Michigan State men’s golf team concluded the Gopher Invitational under wet and windy conditions on Monday at Windsong Farm Golf Club in Independence, Minnesota. The Spartans finished the event tied for 12th place at 29-over-par 881 (290-291-300).
The Michigan State men’s golf team is in 11th place after two rounds of play at the Gopher Invitational at Windsong Farm Golf Club in Independence, Minnesota.
Michigan State junior James Piot claimed his first career individual title at the Island Resort Intercollegiate on Sunday at Sage Run Golf Club in the Upper Peninsula. Piot was the co-leader after two rounds and turned in a 3-under-par 69 to surge to the title.
Michigan State junior James Piot is 6-under-par 138 and tied for the lead after two rounds at the Island Resort Intercollegiate in Harris, Michigan. As a team, the Spartans are in fifth place after two rounds of the season-opening tournament in the U.P. at 5-over-par 581 (289-292). Purdue leads the 10-team field at 11-under-par 565 (280-285), followed by East Carolina at 7-under-par 569 and Liberty at 6-under-par 570.
The Michigan State men’s golf team will travel north to the Upper Peninsula to play its first tournament of the 2019-20 season this weekend. The Spartans will be on of 10 teams taking part in the Island Resort Intercollegiate in Harris, which is located just west of Escanaba. The tournament will be played at Sage Run Golf Club on Sunday (36 holes) and Monday (18 holes).
Michigan State seniors Allyson Geer-Park and Paz Marfa Sans, along with junior Yurika Tanida have been named to the Big Ten Women’s Golfers to Watch List, which was announced by the conference office on Wednesday. Each of the 14 Big Ten schools had three players named to the list.