I think you would be a pretty competitive applicant at each of these schools, even without research experience. Keep in mind, though, that it's hard to get financial assistance in the form of research/teaching assistantships as a Masters student. I would strongly recommend adding Michigan State onto your list, even if it isn't your first choice. After all, you would be an in-state student, so you wouldn't have to pay private school level tuition. On the other hand, if any school offers you an assistantship as part of their acceptance to you, take it.