Candie Kung Named To All-Pac-10 First Team

May 1, 2001

USC All-American sophomore Candie Kung was named to the women's golf All-Pac-10 first team for the second straight year, the Pac-10 announced today.

Two other Women of Troy golfers--sophomore Mikaela Parmlid and junior Leila Chartrand--were selected to the All-Pac-10 second team. Freshman Anna Rawson was named All-Pac-10 honorable mention.

Kung, who is ranked second in the nation in the MasterCard Collegiate Golf Rankings, had another stellar season for the No. 3 Trojans, with seven top five finishes and a stroke average of 72.69. Parmlid, who was also selected to the second team as a freshman, had a stroke average of 75.04 with five top 20 finishes, while Chartrand had a stroke average of 74.69 and three top 10 finishes. Rawson made her biggest impact at the Pac-10 Championships, where she led the Women of Troy with a 10th place finish.

USC will be shooting for its first-ever national title at the NCAA Women's Golf Championships in Howie-in-the-Hills, Fla., on May 23-26.

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