Husky Women's Golfers Enjoying Success in Summer Tournaments
June 23, 2004
Seattle - A trio of members from Washington's women's golf team are off to good starts this week in important summer amateur events. Leading that list is junior Sung Ea Lee (Tacoma), who turned in rounds of 71 and 74 at the U.S. Amateur Women's Public Links Championship in Williamsburg, Va. to advance to the third round that features match play. The first round of match play, which features a field of 64 players, starts Thursday. The final round of the event is scheduled for Sunday.
Results from the U.S. Public Links are available at www.usga.org
Husky sophomore Amber Prange is in Pinehurst this week competing at the North and South Women's Amateur Championship. The Noblesville, Ind., native turned in a 77 on Tuesday and shot 80 today for a two-day total of 157 to stand in 56th place and advance to match play that features the top 64 players. Prange will face Amber Marsh Elliott of Greensboro, N.C. in her first-round of match play competition. Match play starts Wednesday and will be completed Friday.
Results for the North and South Championship are available online at www.pinehurst.com
Husky sophomore Amy Wang shot 77 during the first two rounds of the Washington State Golf Association's Women's Amateur Championship and is in sixth place entering Thursday's competition. That event is being played at the Kitsap Golf and Country Club.
Results for the WSGA Women's State Amateur are available online at www.thewsga.org