USC's Allisen Corpuz, Jennifer Chang Earn 2022 LPGA Tour Cards
Recently graduated senior Allisen Corpuz earned her 2022 LPGA Tour card in her first attempt while former teammate Jennifer Chang secured her third straight LPGA Tour season as the duo tied for 16th in the eight-round LPGA Q-Series on Sunday in Mobile, Ala.
Corpuz (72-67-72-65-68-74-73-72) and Chang (70-70-70-69-68-72-71-73)
were part of 46 women who earned 2022 LPGA Tour status out of over 100 golfers who started Q-Series last week.
Corpuz made her way through much more than that, battling past hundreds of golfers through Stages I and II to ultimately become an LPGA pro in her first attempt.
"I played well these past two weeks and I'm really excited for next year on tour!," Corpuz said "USC prepared me for Q-Series and gave me an awesome place to hone my game."
Corpuz, who reached No. 1 in the Golfweek rankings as a 2021 senior, finished her career with 16 rounds in the 60s, fourth most in program history. Her career average of 72.90 is 13th best on USC's career list.
Chang, in her second year on tour, finished with earnings of $128,647 in 2021, including a season-best tie for eighth at the LPGA Drive On Championship and a tie for 13th at the Cognizant Founders Cup to close the season.