Michigan State rising senior Valery Plata was been granted a sponsor exemption to take part in the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give. The 2021 Meijer LPGA Classic will take place June 17-20 at Blythefield Country Club in Grand Rapids. The official tour event will feature 144 of the world’s best players competing over four days. Plata will be one of three Spartans playing in the event as she’ll join current LPGA Tour members, Sarah Burnham and Liz Nagel.
Michigan State started off the season in early February with the Big Ten Match Play Championship at Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast, Florida. MSU took third at the event, the Spartans’ fifth top-three showing at the annual event that dates back to 2009. The team followed that performance up with a 12th place finish among a 14-team field at the Kiawah Invitational in Maryland at the Oak Point Golf Club. James Piot led the Spartans in tying for 23rd place.
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Michigan State senior James Piot’s run at the 2021 NCAA Championships came to an end on Sunday evening. The native of Canton shot an 8-over-par 78 on Sunday, finishing the three rounds 11-over-par 222 (69-74-78) and tied for 90th place. Piot came up short in needing to be one of top nine individuals not on one of the 15 advancing teams to move on to Monday’s final round to get a shot at the individual national championship.
Michigan State senior James Piot shot a 4-over-par 74 in the second round of the NCAA Championships on Saturday at Grayhawk Golf Club. Piot is 3-over-par 143 (69-74) and in a tie for 33rd place heading into Sunday’s third round.
Michigan State senior James Piot, who is currently competing in the NCAA Championships, was named to the PING Midwest All-Region Team for the third consecutive year, it was announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America on Saturday, May 29.
James Piot shot a 1-under-par 69 on Friday in the opening round of the NCAA Championships at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Piot is tied for 17th place in the field of 156 and is three shots off the lead.
Michigan State senior James Piot is ready to take part in the NCAA Championships, beginning on Friday at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Piot will compete in the first three rounds, Friday – Sunday. Following Sunday’s round, the field is cut from 24 to 15 teams and the top nine individuals advance to the fourth and final round of stroke play on Monday to determine the individual NCAA Champion.
The Michigan State women’s golf team’s season came to an end on Sunday in the third round of the NCAA Championships at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Spartans needed to be the top 15 at the conclusion of Sunday’s round to move on to Monday, and MSU came up one spot short, finishing 16th.
The Michigan State women’s golf team shot a 6-over-par 294 on day two of the NCAA Championships on Saturday at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. In cutting seven shots off their opening-round score, the Spartans moved up two spots and into a tie for 12th place at 19-over-par 595 (301-294). MSU is tied with UCLA and is four shots back of 11th-place Arizona State and just five shots back of ninth place.
The Michigan State women’s golf team shot a 13-over-par 301 in the opening round of the NCAA Championships on Friday at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Spartans stand in 14th place heading into Saturday’s second round.
The Michigan State women’s golf team will be competing in the NCAA Championships for the 14th time in program history. Play begins Friday for all 24 teams at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Michigan State senior James Piot is heading to the NCAA Championships. Piot shot his second straight 3-under-par 68 on Wednesday in the final round of the NCAA Kingston Springs Regional to finish the tournament 5-under-par 208 (72-68-68) and tied for fourth place. Piot claimed the only individual bid in the Regional as he was the top finisher out of those players not on one of the five teams to advance to the NCAA Championships.
Michigan State’s James Piot moved 21 spots up the leaderboard on day two of the NCAA Kingston Springs Regional after shooting a 3-under-par 68 on Tuesday. Piot is 2-under-par 140 and in a tie for eighth place with one round to go at the Golf Club on Tennessee.
James Piot shot a 1-over-par 72 on day one of the NCAA Kingston Springs Regional on Monday. Piot stands in a tie for 29th place after the first of three rounds, which are being played at the par-71, 7,107-yard Golf Club of Tennessee in Kingston Springs, Tennessee.
Michigan State senior James Piot is off to Kingston Springs, Tennessee to take part in the 2021 NCAA Kingston Springs Regional. The three-day, 54-hole event will be played Monday-Wednesday at The Golf Club of Tennessee.
The Michigan State women’s golf team is moving on to the NCAA Championships. By finishing in the top six of the NCAA Louisville Regional on Wednesday in tying for fourth place at 14-over-par 878 (292-293-293), the Spartans ensured a spot in the 2021 NCAA Championships, which will take place May 21-26 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
When James Piot steps to the first tee on Monday at the NCAA Regional at The Golf Club of Tennessee, there will be one goal in mind — to win. It’s how Piot rolls on the golf course, and it’s served the Michigan State senior quite well. After earning Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors in 2018, Piot has gone on to earn all-conference honors three straight years — including two first-team selections — and has earned the No. 1 seed at next week’s regional in Kingston Springs, Tennessee.
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The Michigan State women’s golf team will head into the final round of the NCAA Louisville Regional in sixth place. The Spartans shot a 5-over-par 293 in Tuesday’s second round at the University of Louisville Golf Club and are 9-over-par 585 for the tournament. MSU is one shot behind fifth-place Texas and two behind fourth-place Louisville. No. 1 South Carolina and No. 17 Arkansas are tied for second place at 5-over-par 581. No. 8 Florida State leads at 1-over-par 577.
The Michigan State women’s golf team shot a 4-over-par 292 on Monday in the opening round of the NCAA Louisville Regional. The Spartans are in third place, one shot behind second-place UCLA and six strokes behind the leader, Florida State. Host Louisville is in fourth place at 5-over-par 293, while South Carolina is in fifth place after a 7-over-par 295 at the University of Louisville Golf Club.
The Michigan State women’s golf team will begin play in the 2021 NCAA Louisville Regional on Monday. The three-day, 54-hole event will be played at the par-72 Louisville Golf Club in Simpsonville, Kentucky.