Women’s Golf Tied for 21st at NCAA Championships

FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The Michigan State women’s golf team carded a 311 in Wednesday’s second round at the NCAA Championships held at the Legends Club North Course and is tied for 21st at 607 (296-311) with two rounds left to play.

The Spartans entered the day in 10th place but unfortunately fell 11 places by the end of the afternoon.

Junior Caroline Powers led MSU with a 2-over 74 in the second round and is tied for 53rd overall with a 5-over 149 (75-75).

Senior Lindsey Solberg is currently the highest Spartan on the individual leaderboard at 42nd with a 4-over 148 (72-76).

Liz Nagel (80) and Allyssa Ferrell (81) rounded out the team scoring for MSU on Wednesday. Nagel is at 155 (75-80) through 36 holes, while Ferrell is at 157 (76-81).

Christine Meier carded an 82 in the second round and owns a 36-hole score of 156 (74-82).

The third round of the NCAA Championships is set for Thursday. MSU will tee off at 8:30 a.m. ET on hole No. 1 with Arkansas and Baylor. Live scoring will be available at NCAA.com.