Women's Golf 10th After Day 1 at Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational
 
 
 

 

 
 

March 9, 1998

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Michigan State women's golf team stands in a tie for 10th place in a strong 17-team field after one day at the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational in Windemere, Fla.

The Spartans shot a 329 over 18 holes, 23 strokes off the pace set by Campbell University (306).

Freshman Kasey Gant (Fort Wayne, Ind.) continues her impressive rookie season, leading the Spartans with a 79, good for 14th place individually. She stands just seven shots behind the leader.

Junior Ellen Bishop (New Castle, Ind.) turned in a solid 81 for MSU (tied for 25th individually), while classmate April Holly (Royal Oak, Mich.) also provided support with an 84.



TEAM STANDINGS                          MSU INDIVIDUALS
 1. Campbell University    306          T14. Kasey Gant         79
 2. Indiana                313          T25. Ellen Bishop       81
 3. Purdue                 317          T52. April Holly        84
 4. Penn State             318          T57. Kellie Dennis      85
 5. Miami                  320          T68. Meggan Shumaker    87
T6. Florida Southern       322          T74. Tricia Gregory     89
    Florida International  322
 8. Rollins College        324
 9. Longwood College       327
10. MICHIGAN STATE         329
    Central Florida        329
12. Minnesota              330
13. Methodist College      334
14. Illinois State         337
15. Stetson                342
16. Northern Illinois      347
17. Florida Atlantic       353