SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Mississippi State concluded its run at the 2023 NCAA Women’s Golf Championships on Monday finishing stroke play in 13th place (13-over par, 1,165). Monday marked the third time in Mississippi State history that the Bulldogs advanced into the final round of stroke play and was their second-best finish overall (6th in 2014).
As State wrote the last chapter in the 2022-23 book, the Bulldogs showed fight and determination to card their best round of the event as a team. On the final day, MSU was 3-under par (tied for the second-lowest NCAA Championships team round in school history).
In the final round of stoke play, Lopez Ramirez delivered her third straight under-par performance behind an eagle on the seventh hole and five birdies (2-under par, 70). Julia Lopez Ramirez captured the second-best finish individually in program history, finishing 13th with a 4-under par four-round performance for the event.
Senior Hannah Levi shined in her final round in the Maroon and White, capturing yet another round of par or better golf to propel up the leaderboard 13 spots in the fourth round and finish tied for 37th. Levi sunk three birdies on the day en route to carding a 2-under par (70). And finish 2-over for the event. Tied for 37th is the best finish for Levi in the NCAA Championships in her illustrious Bulldog career.
Surapa Janthamunee turned in her best round of her first NCAA Championships on Monday, carding a two under par (70). Throughout the day, the SEC All-Freshman honoree rolled in four birdies and played a bogey less back nine to finish 64th.
Izzy Pellot sunk the Bulldog’s second eagle on the seventh hole on Monday, matching Lopez Ramirez and finished strong by carding birdies on the last two holes of the season. The SEC All-Freshman carded 3-over in the final round to finish tied for 65th.
In her last career appearance, Abbey Daniel captured her best finish in the NCAA Championships, tying for 65th. Daniel was essential for the Bulldogs to advance into the final round of stroke play as she was clutch down the stretch, sinking three birdies in the final four holes on Sunday.
After three years in Scottsdale, the NCAA Championships will move to California as Texas will host the tournament in 2024, 2025 and 2026 at the remodeled La Costa Resort, the former site of the old…
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