Husky Golfers Earn All-Pac-10 Honors

April 22, 2004

Seattle - A trio of Washington golfers have been named to the 2004 All-Pac-10 team. Husky sophomore Paige Mackenzie was a first-team selection, classmate Sung Ea Lee was a second-team pick and freshman Amber Prange received honorable mention accolades. UCLA's Charlotte Mayorkas was the player of the year while Bruin coach Carrie Forsyth was named the league's coach of the year. UCLA's Hannah Jun was the Pac-10 freshman of the year.

Mackenzie becomes just the fifth Husky to earn first-team honors. She currently leads the 13th-ranked Huskies with a 74.64 stroke average.. She joins former UW players Louise Friberg (2003), Kelli Kamimura (1999, 2001), Dodie Mazzuca (1996, 1997) and Nancy Kessler (1988) as the only Huskies to be named to the Pac-10's first-team. Lee is second on the team with a stroke average of 75.08. Both she and Mackenzie posted five top-10 finishes in nine matches this year. Prange had a 75.64 scoring average this year and finished in the top-10 three times.

Mackenzie and Lee's selections marks the third consecutive year the Huskies have had at least two golfer named to the first and/or second team.

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