Michigan State and Ohio State Share 2014 Big Ten Womens Golf Championship
April 27, 2014INDIANA SPORTS PAGE
FRENCH LICK, Ind. – Michigan State and Ohio State shared the Big Ten Championship in
women’s golf on Sunday after shooting a three-round score of 895 at the 2014 Big Ten
Women’s Golf Championships. The Spartans and Buckeyes were followed by third-place
Northwestern (905), fourth-place Penn State (912) and fifth-place Illinois (913) at
the par-72, 6,017-yard Pete Dye Course. Due to the Big Ten’s tiebreaking procedures,
the Spartans earned the conference’s automatic berth to the NCAA Championship.
Michigan State won its sixth Big Ten title, while Ohio State secured its 12th Big
Ohio State’s Jessica Porvasnik won the individual Big Ten title, shooting an
even-par 216 (73-72-71). The Buckeyes’ Zoe-Beth Brake finished second (219),
followed by Northwestern’s Hana Lee in third (220) and Wisconsin’s Brooke Ferrell,
who finished fourth (221). Michigan State’s Allyssa Ferrell placed fifth (224),
while Illinois’ Ember Schuldt took sixth (225). All six student-athletes earned a
spot on the Big Ten All-Championships team.
Porvasnik was also honored with the Mary Fossum Award, honoring the conference’s
player with the lowest stroke average (73.21) relative to par this season.
BTN will provide tape-delayed coverage of the Big Ten Women’s Golf Championships on
Wednesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. ET. The NCAA Women’s Golf Championships selection show
will air on the Golf Channel on Monday beginning at 6 p.m. ET.