Augusta James and Brittany Marchand are members of Team Canada's Women's National Squad.
Augusta James tied for fourth, Brittany Marchand T7 after 36 holes of stroke play in Dayton, Ohio
Former golfer Brooke Baker makes pro debut as well
Ana Menendez fired a 2-under 70 to lead NC State on Saturday.
The team leader board remains crowded with nine teams between third and 11th place separated by only four shots.
* 3-time All-ACC honoree
Summer 2014 - Won the Canadian Women's Amateur Championship (67-71-63-69--270) by six shots ... her third-round tally of 63 was a tournament record ... Played for Team Canada in World Team Amateur Championship in Japan, leading Canada to second place.
2013-14 - Junior Season: - Voted All-ACC for the third straight season ... WGCA honorable mention All-Americanaveraged team-best 72.6 and helped the Wolfpack to a tie for 10th at the NCAA Championships ... Posted seven top-20 finishes over the year ... Shot 69 or better five different times ... Tied for 13th at Cougar Classic ... Finished 3-under and tied for third overall at the Mason Rudolph in Tennessee ... Became ill on first day of Landfall Tradition, but bounced back to shoot 67 in the second round ... Tied for 11th at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic ... Tied for third at the Thompson Invitational ... Shot par in the final round and placed 12th at the ACC Championship, helping NC State to finish third ... Posted scores of 69 in the first and third rounds en route to placing fourth overall at the NCAA East Regional in Florida ... Shot 67 in the third round of the NCAA Championship, finishing 13th of 126 players.
2011-12 - Freshman Season: Became NC State's first-ever ACC Freshman of the Year, and landed a spot on the 2012 All-ACC Women's Golf team ... Set a school record with an 8-under par 208 at the Tar Heel Invitational, good for a tie for second ... Set the school record with a 74.14 stroke average for the season ... Fell in a playoff with teammate Brittany Marchand at the Cards Challenge after a 6-under par 210 three-day total ... Carded 12 rounds of even par or better, exactly one third of her rounds played ... Counted a score in 34 of 36 rounds... Shot a career-low 69 four times, twice at the Tar Heel Invitational and twice at the Cards Challenge... Led the team with five top-10s ... Finished tied for 10th at the NCAA Regional with a 6-over par 222, earning NGCA All-Region ... Named All-ACC Academic.
Summer 2011: Competed in the season-opening event on the 2011 CN Canadian's Women's Tour ... In the field of 89, finished 14th at 3-over 147 ... Later on that tour, took third at the event in Beloeil, Quebec ... Used six birdies during the two rounds and finished with a 1-under 141 ... Finished second at the Junior Girls CN Future Links Ontario Championship, posting an opening round 5-under 68 and finishing at 2-over ... Earned medalist honors with a 71 in qualifying for the USGA Women's Public Links Championship ... Advanced to the Round of 64 at the Public Links Championship after two rounds of stroke play, but fell 8&6 ... Finished eighth at the Royale Cup Canadian Women's Amateur Championship ... She carded a final round even-par 72 and shot up the leaderboard on the last day to finish at 11-over 299 ... Captured the Investors Group Ontario Women's Amateur title ... Fired a course record-breaking 68 in the opening round, and cruised to a three-stroke victory closing with an even-par 213 ... Placed fifth at the Royale Cup Canadian Junior Girls Championship ... Final round of 3-under 70 with five birdies helped her finish at 3-under 289.