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Spartans in Sixth Place After Second Round at Clemson

Spartans in Sixth Place After Second Round at Clemson

East Lansing, Mich. – Michigan State’s women’s golf team has three golfers among the top-25 and two among the top-20 and is in sixth place among 16 teams after the second round of the Clemson Invitational, being played at The Reserve at Lake Keowee in Sunset, S.C.

The Spartans shot a 4-under par 284 and sit at 2-under par 574 (290-284).

Vanderbilt leads the field at 15-under par 561, with host Clemson second at 10-under par 566. Texas A&M is in third place at 9-under par 567, Ohio State is fourth at 6-under par 570 and LSU rounds out the top-five teams (5-under par 571).

Junior Katie Lu and senior Leila Raines are the leaders for MSU, tied for 15th place at 2-under par 142.

Lu posted a 1-under par 71 in Saturday’s second round (71-71) while Raines fired a 2-under par 70, the best team round of the day (72-70).

Junior Shannon Kennedy is tied for 23rd place at 1-under par 143 (72-71).

Junior Brooke Biermann is tied for 45th place at 3-over par 147 (75-72) and sophomore Paula Balanzategui is tied for 85th place 14-over par 158 (78-80).

Michigan State will tee off in Sunday’s final round at 9 a.m., playing alongside LSU and Kentucky.



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