When Caroline Powers competes for the final time as Spartan in the NCAA Championships this week, she will do so as the most accomplished women's golfer in the history of Michigan State. Powers has rewritten the school record book since her arrival on campus and will leave East Lansing with her name listed in nearly every category. But her incredible statistics aren't the only thing that stands out.
The Michigan State women's golf team heads to Athens, Ga., for the 2013 NCAA Championships, which are set for Tuesday-Friday (May 21-24) at the par 72, 6,372-yard University of Georgia Golf Course. Michigan State qualified for the NCAA Championships by finishing in eighth place at the NCAA Central Regional. | Live Scoring
Michigan State senior women's golfer Caroline Powers has been named to the Capital One NCAA Division 1 Academic All-District 5 Women's At-Large Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Powers, who graduated in May with a 3.86 GPA in elementary education, is now eligible to earn Academic All-America honors.
Michigan State senior Caroline Powers qualified for the 2013 U.S. Women's Open by winning a sectional qualifying tournament in Wheaton, Ill., at the Cantigny Golf Course on Tuesday with a score of 1-under-par 143 (71-72). Powers, the 2013 Big Ten Women's Golfer of the Year, won the tournament by two strokes. The 2013 U.S. Women's Open will take place June 27-30 at the Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y.
The Michigan State women's golf team is heading back to the NCAA Championships for the second straight year after a dramatic third and final round of the NCAA Central Regional on Saturday at the Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club. Needing a top-eight finish, the Spartans edged out North Carolina State by one stroke and Washington by two strokes for the eighth and final spot to nationals.
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