AJGA GOLFWEEK CHICAGO JUNIOR
Winnetka Golf Club
Winnetka, Illinois
June 12-15, 2001

YOUNGSTERS TAKE MEDALIST HONORS AT WINNETKA GOLF CLUB
14-year-olds Lowry and Park finish first in Boys and Girls Divisions, respectively

WINNETKA, Ill. - Randy Lowry of Spring, Texas, earned his first AJGA championship after carding his third consecutive round in the 60s Friday at the AJGA Golfweek Chicago Junior held at Winnetka Golf Club. Jane Park of La Crescenta, Calif., claimed medalist honors in the Girls Division with a three-day total of 6-over-par 219.

"It feels great," Lowry said of his nine-stroke victory. "I'm just really proud of myself for keeping it together."

Lowry and Park, both 14, paced the field on a day that saw play slowed by a sudden deluge of rain. The weather did not prevent the two winners from firing their best rounds of the tournament as Lowry shot a 4-under-par 67 and Park carded an even-par 71. Friday's round dropped Lowry to 9-under-par for the tournament and brought his three-round total to 204.

The 54-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, featured 99 players including 50 Illinois natives. Three foreign players participated in the AJGA Golfweek Chicago Junior.

Finishing in second place was Ryan Cochran of Paducah, Ky., who wrapped up action at even-par 213. The 17-year-old Cochran began the day four strokes back of Lowry but made birdies on the second, third and fourth holes to gain momentum.

However, Lowry said Cochran's push did not affect him.

"I wasn't focused on the lead," the Texas native said of his final round performance. "I was just focused on shooting a good score. The key today was my mental focus. I didn't focus on anything besides my own game because I knew if I played my game there wouldn't be any problems."

Scott Weber of Lake Forest, Ill., took home the Nabisco Oreo Cookie Low Final Round Award after shooting a 6-under-par 65 Friday to finish in third with a three-round total of 216. Four golfers tied for fourth place at 4-over-par. Nicholas Schenk of Batavia, Ill., Mike Calkin of St. Charles, Ill., Ryan Henry of Broken Arrow, Okla., and Michael Moir of Aberdeen, Scotland each shot 217.

Park claimed her second-career AJGA victory Friday in just her sixth tournament. Last year, she won the Compaq Junior All-Star Classic at Eagle Ridge.

"From the start, I felt I was going to win," the Southern California native confessed. I had a very positive attitude."

Local product Alexis Wooster of Winnetka, Ill., finished in second with a three-round score of 9-over-par 222. 2001 Mexican Women's Amateur champion Devan Andersen of Guadalajara, Mexico, claimed third place with a three-day total of 13-over-par 226.

For more information on the AJGA Golfweek Chicago Junior, contact AJGA headquarters at (770) 868-2078.

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WINNETKA, Ill. -- Final results from the AJGA GOLFWEEK CHICAGO JUNIOR conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Winnetka Golf Club. Par: 35-36--71. Yardage: Boys: 6,441 Girls: 5,830

BOYS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Rd3

Total

1

Randy Lowry

(2005)

Spring

Texas

68

69

67

204

2

Ryan Cochran

(2002)

Paducah

Ky.

73

68

72

213

3

Scott Weber

(2002)

Lake Forest

Ill.

75

76

65

216

T4

Nicholas Schenk

(2002)

Batavia

Ill.

77

70

70

217

Mike Calkin

(2002)

St. Charles

Ill.

70

74

73

217

Ryan Henry

(2003)

Broken Arrow

Okla.

73

72

72

217

Michael Moir

(2001)

Aberdeen

Scotland

70

73

74

217

8

Christopher Musgjerd

(2001)

Wilmette

Ill.

74

72

72

218

T9

Bobby Bennett

(2003)

Wilmette

Ill.

73

77

69

219

Zac Zedrick

(2002)

Danville

Ill.

71

74

74

219

11

Ryan Keeney

(2002)

Redmond

Wash.

74

71

75

220

12

Ben Carlstead

(2001)

Flossmoor

Ill.

72

74

75

221

T13

Ryan Davis

(2002)

Overland Park

Kan.

78

73

71

222

 

Scott Phegley

(2002)

Morton

Ill.

74

75

73

222

 

Brent Holmes

(2002)

Glen Carbon

Ill.

77

72

73

222

 

Rodney Hamblin

(2003)

St. Paul

Minn.

77

70

75

222

T17

Matthew Slovitt

(2002)

Winnetka

Ill.

79

74

70

223

Eric Deutsch

(2002)

Rochester

Minn.

76

72

75

223

T19

Martin Piller

(2004)

Duncanville

Texas

73

80

71

224

 

David Schultz

(2001)

Fargo

N.D.

79

74

71

224

 

Andy Pope

(2002)

Glen Ellyn

Ill.

76

75

73

224

 

Brett Barkelar

(2001)

Schofield

Wis.

75

72

77

224

23

Andrew Vitt

(2001)

Kenilworth

Ill.

78

72

75

225

T24

Jordan Carpenter

(2002)

Bloomington

Ill.

76

79

71

226

 

Joel Kraner

(2002)

Dublin

Ohio

79

73

74

226

 

Mike O' Neal

(2001)

Geneva

Ill.

73

77

76

226

 

Ryan Lenahan

(2002)

Grosse Pointe Shores

Mich.

80

70

76

226

T28

Kyle Nathan

(2002)

Winnetka

Ill.

80

75

72

227

Daniel Vojta

(2002)

Palatine

Ill.

76

76

75

227

Nick Hollis

(2002)

Austin

Texas

77

75

75

227

Louis Muir

(2002)

London

Ontario

75

73

79

227

T32

Jonathon Schram

(2002)

Buffalo Grove

Ill.

76

77

75

228

 

Jonathan Jackson

(2003)

Lake Forest

Ill.

76

74

78

228

T34

Paul Jabour

(2001)

Clive

Iowa

77

76

76

229

Kenton Hobbs

(2001)

West Chester

Ohio

74

78

77

229

Brandon Lawson

(2003)

Elburn

Ill.

73

79

77

229

Kyle Thomas

(2001)

Avon Lake

Ohio

74

77

78

229

Andrew Rindfleisch

(2002)

West Chester

Ohio

80

71

78

229

T39

Justin Fender

(2002)

New Richmond

Ohio

76

80

75

231

 

David Shearer

(2003)

Charlevoix

Mich.

76

77

78

231

 

Scott Buros

(2001)

Bensenville

Ill.

76

74

81

231

T42

Bob Molina

(2001)

Skokie

Ill.

75

80

77

232

Ethan Roush

(2002)

Decatur

Ill.

76

78

78

232

Andrew Deye

(2001)

Cincinnati

Ohio

78

75

79

232

T45

Jeff Johnson

(2002)

Glencoe

Ill.

82

76

75

233

 

Jeff Osby

(2001)

West Des Moines

Iowa

74

80

79

233

 

Anthony Gillick

(2002)

Arlington Heights

Ill.

77

74

82

233

T48

Jim Roney

(2002)

Grosse Pointe Farms

Mich.

87

74

73

234

Michael Musgjerd

(2003)

Wilmette

Ill.

83

75

76

234

Ben Burke

(2002)

Lake Forest

Ill.

77

80

77

234

Kyle Litter

(2002)

Chillicothe

Ohio

75

81

78

234

Matt Maskel

(2001)

Morris

Ill.

85

72

77

234

Michael Schachner

(2004)

Libertyville

Ill.

76

80

78

234

T54

Clay Poff

(2002)

Mio

Mich.

78

83

74

235

 

Tim Seo

(2002)

Nashville

Tenn.

82

78

75

235

 

Brandon Suzuki

(2001)

Bannockburn

Ill.

78

81

76

235

 

Jacob Abramson

(2002)

St. Clair

Mich.

83

77

75

235

T58

Trent Twaddle

(2002)

Maryville

Mo.

83

78

75

236

Jon Noreen

(2001)

Bloomington

Minn.

79

79

78

236

James Marinelli

(2002)

Byron

Ill.

77

81

78

236

Gregory Takata

(2002)

Palatine

Ill.

74

81

81

236

62

Brad Kopsick

(2002)

Lake Forest

Ill.

77

81

79

237

T63

Eric Meierdierks

(2003)

Wilmette

Ill.

83

82

73

238

Kyle Hougham

(2002)

Walcott

Iowa

77

75

86

238

65

Norman Olsen

(2002)

Park Ridge

Ill.

81

79

79

239

T66

Thom Irvin

(2002)

Grayslake

Ill.

83

79

80

242

Matt Stanchina

(2002)

Orlando

Fla.

86

79

77

242

Josh Hart

(2003)

Cordova

Ill.

84

78

80

242

Brad Wissmueller

(2003)

Wausau

Wis.

74

86

82

242

70

Jason Farling

(2002)

Indianapolis

Ind.

87

83

76

246

71

Josh Armstrong

(2002)

Auburn

Ind.

84

81

82

247

72

Jordan Grundman

(2002)

Verona

Wis.

87

84

84

255

73

T.J. Monico

(2002)

Glenview

Ill.

84

86

90

260

James Vega

(2002)

Chicago

Ill.

83

91

WD

Alex Hagmeyer

(2003)

Naperville

Ill.

83

WD

GIRLS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Rd3

Total

1

Jane Park

(2005)

La Crescenta

Calif.

76

72

71

219

2

Alexis Wooster

(2001)

Winnetka

Ill.

74

75

73

222

3

Devan Andersen

(2002)

Guadalajara

Mexico

80

73

73

226

4

Mandi McConnell

(2003)

Grand Blanc

Mich.

72

80

77

229

T5

Christie Reed

(2004)

Coral Springs

Fla.

84

76

73

233

 

Clare Lucey

(2002)

Winnetka

Ill.

72

81

80

233

 

Emily Anderson

(2001)

Glenview

Ill.

77

76

80

233

8

Alissa Kuczka

(2002)

Phoenix

Ariz.

76

80

78

234

9

Stacy Springer

(2001)

St. Charles

Ill.

83

82

78

243

10

Amber Uphaus

(2003)

Wauseon

Ohio

83

85

76

244

11

Haley Sawyer

(2002)

Dublin

Ohio

83

79

83

245

12

Lauren Gebauer

(2002)

Columbus

Ohio

84

80

82

246

13

Brandi Zielinski

(2002)

Sylvania

Ohio

82

84

84

250

T14

Lissa Putnam

(2001)

Bloomington

Ind.

85

85

81

251

Jenny Gelber

(2002)

Winnetka

Ill.

86

81

84

251

Kelsey Lutz

(2002)

Winnetka

Ill.

85

77

89

251

T17

Elizabeth Kaler

(2002)

Fargo

N.D.

86

84

82

252

 

Jackie Bailey

(2002)

Decatur

Ill.

84

83

85

252

19

Emily Hindman

(2002)

Zionsville

Ind.

88

86

81

255

20

Katie Strawser

(2003)

Flushing

Mich.

82

87

89

258

21

Marissa Capriola

(2002)

Belvidere

Ill.

88

84

87

259

22

Paige Wilson

(2003)

Winnetka

Ill.

89

78

93

260

23

Sarah Pesavento

(2001)

Elmhurst

Ill.

90

87

90

267

24

Megan O'Neal

(2001)

Glenview

Ill.

90

89

95

274

 

 
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