Jennifer Rosales And Candie Kung Tie For Fourth At Women's British Open

Aug. 12, 2002

Turnberry, Wales - Former Women of Troy golfers Jennifer Rosales and Candie Kung each shot 11 under over four rounds to finish in a four-way tie for fourth at the $1.5 million Women's British Open played at the par-72, 6,479-yard Turnberry Golf Club this past weekend.

Rosales, who won the 1998 NCAA Individual title as a freshman for USC, and Kung, who was an All-American in both 2000 and 2001, tied with Jeong Jang and Catrin Nilsmark at 277, four strokes behind champion Karrie Webb (273).

Rosales and Kung each won $64,528.

Kung and Rosales shot tourney-low rounds of 65, with Kung's coming in the first round and Rosales' in the third. Rosales also added a first-round 69.

Both Rosales and Kung are having impressive seasons thus far, with Kung being one of the candidates for LPGA Rookie of the Year.

Scores from the Women's British Open

Karrie Webb, $236,383 66-71-70-66--273 (15 under)

Michelle Ellis, $129,629 69-70-68-68--275 (13 under)

Paula Marti, $129,629 69-68-69-69--275 (13 under)

Jeong Jang, $64,528 73-69-66-69--277 (11 under)

Catrin Nilsmark, $64,528 70-69-69-69--277 (11 under)

Candie Kung, $64,528 65-71-71-70--277 (11 under)

Jennifer Rosales, $64,528 69-70-65-73--277 (11 under)

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