STARKVILLE, Miss. – While the Mississippi State women’s golf team is not out on the course, the team is assisting Starkville Habitat for Humanity to improve houses in the Starkville area.
Ginger Brown-Lemm’s team was out early Friday morning to shape up a house on Steadman Lane and another off Highway 12 until noon. The team raked and fixed holes in the yards, painted base boards and picked up trash.
“It is an honor to assist Habitat for Humanity in our home community,” fourth-year head coach Brown-Lemm said. “We look forward to having projects that match our ‘DAWGS’ core covenants; Discipline, Attitude, Will, Gratitude and Selflessness.”
After a stellar fall, MSU climbed to 27th in the most recent GolfWeek.com poll and 33rd in the GolfStat.com rankings.
The Bulldogs will to tee off the spring schedule in the Seminole Challenge on Feb. 14-16 in Tallahassee, Fla., at Southwood Golf Course.