Four Women's Golfers Pick Up Pac-10 All-Conference Honors
April 26, 2001
Stanford, Calif. - Seniors Hilary Homeyer and Stephanie Keever were named first-team 2001 All-Pac-10 Conference selections at the conclusion of the Pac-10 Championships held in Tempe, Arizona earlier this week.
Keever tied for fifth at the championships while Homeyer tied for 25th. Both golfers have enjoyed a very successful run while at Stanford. Both golfers participated on the 2000 U.S. Curtis Cup team and the U.S. World Amatuer teams this summer. They are both three-time All-Americans during their stint on the Farm. Keever has notched six top 10 finishes this season while Homeyer has four.
Freshman Angela Rho was honored as a second-team All-Pac-10 selection after a solid frosh campaign on the links. Rho tied for 15th at the championships and has seven top 25 finishes in 10 tourneys this season.
Fellow frosh Kim Kouwabunpat was an honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection and finished tied for fifth at the championships - her top finish of the season. Kouwabunpat has two top 10 finishes this season.
Arizona's Lorena Ochoa was named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year while Cal coach Nancy McDaniel was honored as Coach of the Year.
2001 Women's Golf All-Pac-10 All-Conference
2nd TeamLeila Chartrand, Southern CaliforniaJimin Kang, Arizona StateMikaela Parmlid, Southern CaliforniaAngela Rho, StanfordJerilyn White, Oregon
Honorable MentionCristina Baena, ArizonaTasha Browner, Washington StateMolly Cooper, Arizona StateSarah Huarte, CaliforniaVikki Laing, CaliforniaAnne Lee, ArizonaKim Kouwabunpat, StanfordLaura Myerscough, ArizonaMelissa Martin, UCLALisa Meredith, Arizona StateAnna Rawson, Southern CaliforniaSake Uechi, UCLAGina Umeck, UCLA
Freshman of the Year: Lorena Ochoa, Arizona
Coach of the Year: Nancy McDaniel, California