The uncertainty and day-to-day changes from the COVID-19 pandemic have presented one of the most unique and challenging years for collegiate athletics but Michigan State continued its spring season for all varsity sports. Here is a look at how the Spartan teams have fared during May as they approach the finish line.
Since the inception of the MSU women’s golf program in 1973, at the helm has stood just two head coaches spanning over four decades. It’s a rare type of continuity — one now spearheaded by head coach Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll.
MSU women's golf head coach Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll has been selected to the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame. Slobodnik-Stoll was one of six golfers to receive the award.
Among the vast green landscape of Forest Akers West golf course, the head coach of the women’s golf team, Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll, can be seen strolling through in a golf cart checking up on her players.
This weekend, Apr. 11th and Apr. 12th, the men's golf team will be in Columbus, Ohio for the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate. The event will last all day Saturday and Sunday and will be held at the OSU Scarlet Golf Club. They'll most likely be looking to improve from their most recent event, The Talis Park Challenge which was held in Naples, Fla.