Spartans in eighth place after first round of Clemson Invitational

East Lansing, Michigan – The Michigan State Women’s Golf Team went a par 299 of 11 and is in eighth place among 18 teams after the first round of play at the Clemson Invitational, played at The Reserve at Lake Keowee in Sunset, SC

The three-day, 54-hole event is held on the 6,836-yard par-72 Lake Keowee course, located in upstate South Carolina with stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Teams will play 18 holes on Saturday (9 a.m. start) and close on Sunday with 18 holes.

First round results

Host Clemson and Illinois are tied for first with scores of 4 on par 292, while Florida is third at 6 on par 294 and Furman is fourth at 7 on par. 295.

The Spartans sit in eighth place at 11-over by 299, just two strokes behind LSU, Kentucky and UNCW, who are tied for sixth at 9-over by 297.

Michigan State has its top three players all within three strokes, led by a freshman Brooke Biermanwho is tied for 10th place with an even score of 72.

Junior Nina Rissi is a stroke back, standing in a tie for 14th at 1 on the par 73, and as a sophomore Valentina Rossi carded a 2-over by 74 and is tied for 20th place.

Senior Haylin Harris is tied for 76th at 8-over-by-80 and a sophomore Leila Raines tied for 86th at 9 on par 81.

Play as an individual, freshman Katie Lu shot an even par 72 and is tied for 10th place.

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