Michigan State women’s golf coach Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll was inducted into the Women’s Golf Coaches Association Hall of Fame in mid-December, making it the second time in 2017 that Slobodnik-Stoll was inducted into a hall of fame after the same designation came in June at the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame.
“It is a true honor to be inducted into the WGCA Hall of Fame,” Slobodnik-Stoll said. “I am humbled and honored to be part of a group that has done so much for women’s golf over the years, including my mentor and coach, Mary Fossum (also in the WGCA Hall of Fame). This wouldn’t be possible without all the amazing young women we recruited to wear the Green & White and who dedicated their lives to Michigan State University.”
In her 20 seasons at Michigan State, Slobodnik-Stoll led the Spartans to 36 tournament wins, 18 NCAA Regional appearances (every year since 1999 except 2015), 11 trips to the NCAA Championships and six Big Ten titles (2001, ‘07, ‘11, ‘12, ‘14, ‘17). The 2017 Spartans tied for the program’s best-ever finish at an NCAA regional, placing third in Athens, and for the last six consecutive years, the women’s golf team has garnered the MSU Athletic Director’s Award for achieving the highest team cumulative GPA of any varsity team.
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