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Hope Star - Hope, AR
  • MSU Lady Bulldogs finish historic season led by Hope native coach Ginger Brown-Lemm

  • Capping off the school's most successful women's golf season at Mississippi State University, the Lady Bulldogs team finished the NCAA Championships 24th overall for their first tourney appearance held at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA under Hope native head coach Ginger Brown-Lemm.
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  • Capping off the school's most successful women's golf season at Mississippi State University, the Lady Bulldogs team finished the NCAA Championships 24th overall for their first tourney appearance held at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA under Hope native head coach Ginger Brown-Lemm. According to an immediate press release of the MSU women's golf team, the Lady Bulldogs posted a team tournament-best 4-over-par 292 during the third round, MSU battled windy conditions and fast greens to post a final-round 327. State finished with a 72-hole 69-over 1,221.MSU ends the season having posted top 10 cards in 11 of its 12 events, while also notching a 300.89 average round and a 901.09 54-hole average. All of which are school records. The No.1-ranked USC Trojans ran away with the national title, behind an NCAA Championships-record second round of 12-under-par 276. Brown-Lemm's top ranked Lady Bulldog golfer Ally McDonald finished in the top 10 with 290. Other MSU Lady Bulldog golfers' Elena Warren shot 312, Mary Langdon Gallagher 313, Rica Tse 314 and Gabi Oubre finished with 318. Brown-Lemm will be inducted into the Arkansas State Golf Association Hall of Fame in October with pro golfer and Hope native Ken Duke.
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