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Teammates aren’t always just teammates. Sometimes they’re family. What do the Harding sisters really thing about each other and golfing at MSU?Spartan Newsroom sat down with Caroline and Priscilla for extended interviews.
The Harding sisters’ blood runs deep in the game of golf. Their father and mother were collegiate golfers — Tom played at Michigan State, while mother Joal played at Auburn.
Priscilla Harding is the second of what soon will be three sisters playing on the Michigan State women’s golf team. Older sister Caroline is a redshirt sophomore and younger sister Elizabeth is expected to join the team next season. Spartan Newsroom sat down with Caroline to talk about what it’s like to play with her family’s legacy. Spartan Newsroom: What does it mean to you to play at the same school as your dad? Priscilla Harding: Once I decided to pursue golf, my No. 1 goal was to play at Michigan State.
Caroline Harding is the oldest of three golfing sisters who all have Spartan ties. Caroline and middle sister Priscilla already are members of the Michigan State women’s golf team; they’re expected to be joined by youngest sister Elizabeth next year. Spartan Newsroom sat down with Caroline to talk about what it’s like to play with her family’s legacy.
The Michigan High school Athletic Association reports that, after boys football, girls basketball and soccer have the next highest reported concussions in the state. Trainers and members of the MHSAA are working to find ways to better protect those athletes.
Failure of income tax proposal will likely mean higher property taxes and cuts in services, city officials have said. In a three-candidate race for two City Council spots, MSU student Aaron Stephens unseated incumbent Susan Woods. The first-place vote-getter was incumbent Ruth Beier.
East Lansing citizens, Michigan State alumni and students gathered along Grand River for the annual homecoming parade Oct. 20. Onlookers cheered as Grand Marshall Tyler Oakley, a 2012 graduate of Michigan State and YouTube star, rode past, along with the sounds of the Spartan Marching Band and high school bands.
On Saturday, construction crews began tearing down the former Citizens Bank building on the corner of Grand River and Abbot after many years of vacancy. That should make Grand River Avenue look better by the end of the month. The decision to move forward was made by East Lansing City Council after Convexity Properties committed to continuing demolition of the properties at 100-140 W Grand River Ave. as originally planned.