Story Links East Lansing, Michigan – The Michigan state women’s golf team fired a team-best 2-under par 276 in the final round, finishing in a tie for sixth place among 18 teams in The Landfall Tradition, held at the Country Club of Landfall’s Pete Dye Course in Wilmington, NC
The Spartans moved up five places on the final round, finishing in a tie for sixth with NC State at 7-over par 871 (289-296-286).
San Jose won the tournament, firing a 22-under par 842 and finishing six shots for Wake Forest (16-under par 848) Florida State finished in third place with 15-under par 849, while South Carolina was fourth (12- under) par 852) and UCF rounded out the top five teams at 3-over par 867.
Fifth year Valery Plata was the top finisher for Michigan State, shooting a 1-under par 71 and finishing eighth overall on 5-under par 211 (70-70-71).
Junior Valentina Rossi finished in 13th place overall on 2-under par 214 (70-73-71), finishing with a 1-under par 71.
Junior Leila Raines shot a 4-over par 76 on Sunday and finished in 55th place at 8-over par 224.
Sophomore Brooke Biermann had her best round of the weekend and the best score of the day for MSU, with a 2-under par 70 in the final round. She finished in 62nd place on 9-over par 225 (78-77-70).
Sophomore Katie Lu shot a 2-over par 74, her best round of the tournament, on Sunday, finishing 77th at 13-over par 229 (79-76-74).