November 14, 2005
University of Georgia finished their season with three
team titles after beating rivals Georgia Tech on Sunday
at the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championship. Former
Rolex Junior All-Americans Kevin Kisner,
Chris Kirk and Brendon Todd
all captured victories for the Bulldogs.
Tech senior Mike Barbosa defeated former
Rolex Junior Player of the Year Brian Harman,
4 and 3, by winning four straight holes after being
deadlocked through the first nine. Adam Cohan
was also victorious for the Yellow Jackets defeating
Richard Scott, 2 and 1.
women were able to capture the victory on Sunday over
Arizona State University. The Boilermakers were led
by freshman Maria Hernandez and sophomore
Whitney Frykman. Also taking their
matches were Onnarin Sattayabanphot and Christel Boeljon.
Sun Devils held close, but were never able to make the
comeback. Tiffany Tavee was the only
player to win, earning ASU one point against third ranked
AJGA Alumni in Men’s College Golf…
Charles Chae, a senior at Holy Names
University shot 5-under-par at the Bill Cullum Intercollegiate
last week to earn a four-stroke victory over Kevin
Chappell of UCLA. Chae helped Holy Names earn
team honors at the event…Rollins University senior
Tim Acquaviva took home medalist honors
last week at the Stetson/CFSC Invitational helping Rollins
earn the team victory…Parker LaBarge
carded a 5-under-par 211 to take away individual honors
at the Battle of the Bend in Many, La., last week.
AJGA Alumni in Women’s College Golf…
Texas State University freshman Christine Brijalba
earned her first collegiate victory last week at the
Bronc Classic. Her 3-over-par 219 put her one stroke
ahead of Mary Betancourt of Texas A&M
– Corpus Christi.
Kim earned her second LPGA Tour victory on
Sunday at the Mitchell Company LPGA Tournament of Champions.
Finishing the tournament 15-under at Magnolia Grove’s
Crossing’s Course in Mobile, Ala., Kim outlasted
Australia’s Rachel Hetherington by one stroke.
Rolex Junior All-American Brittany Lang
finished second at the FUTURES Tour Qualifying Tournament
this past weekend. The Duke University junior shot rounds
of 69-69-69-68 – 275 to finish five shots behind
Song-Hee Kim of Seoul, South Korea.