Augusta James and Brittany Marchand are members of Team Canada's Women's National Squad.
Vivian Tsui fired a 75 on July 8 to tie for the third-lowest round at U-M Golf Course.
Amanda Baker and Brittany Marchand earn their third selection by the league
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.
2013-14 - Junior Season: Cracked the Wolfpack lineup seven times, playing four times in the fall and three in the spring ... Averaged 77.1 over 19 rounds ... Tied for 13th of 108 players at season-opening Cougar Classic in September ... Shot 71 on the final day to tie for 27th at Landfall Tradition ... made lineup for ACC Championship, placing 53rd.
2012-13 - Sophomore Season:Played in seven tournaments, averaging 76.8 ... Tied for 25th at Puerto Rico Classic ... Shot a 72 to tie for 12th at the Terrapin Challenge ... Tied for 25th at ACC Championship ... shot a 71 and a 73 on the ends of the NCAA Central Regional tourney.
2011-12 - Freshman Season: Played every event for the Wolfpack during her freshman campaign, contributing scores in 27 of 36 rounds... Finished tied for second at the Pinehurst Spring Challenge with a season-best 3-under 213, bolstered by a 68 for her low round of the year... Finished in the top-25 at five events, including a tie for seventh at the Landfall Tradition to lead the squad with her 9-over 225... Her 74.1 stroke average for the fall season was good for second on the squad... Tsui's 220.3 average three-day total in the fall led the team.
Summer 2011: Narrowly missed a spot in the 2011 U.S. Women's Open ... Finished as the second alternate at her qualifier, just one stroke out of a playoff for one of two spots at that qualifier ... Finished seventh at the Royale Cup Canadian Women's Amateur Championship ... Led after each of the first three rounds, but a final round 7-over 79 dropped her into seventh place at 10-over 298 ... Placed seventh at the Royale Cup Canadian Junior Girls Championship with a 1-under 291.