Newsmakers: November 6, 2007

College Round-up

Marquette won the Big East/MAC Challenge with a three-round score of 2-over-par 866. Mike Van Sickle earned medalist honors for the second week in a row with a 10-under-par 206 total and led the Golden Eagles to the tournament title. DePaul’s Matthew McMahon led his squad with a second-place finish at 2-under-par 214, while Seton Hall’s David Sampson and Bowling Green’s Matt Schneider finished tied for third at 1-over-par 217.

Sergio Franky

Texas Tech’s Sergio Franky captured medalist honors at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate with an 11-under-par 202 total. The Red Raiders posted a 21-under-par 831 total to win their third tournament title of the season. Kansas State’s Joe Ida finished second at 9-under-par, while Texas-Arlington’s Bobby Massa finished third at 8-under-par.

Louisville’s Derek Fathauer was named Golfweek’s Men’s Player of the Week after earning medalist honors at the UNCG Bridgestone Golf Championship with a 10-under 206 total. The Cardinals won the tournament with a total of 4-under-par 860, breaking the tournament record.

Western Kentucky’s Brent Long fired a final-round 63 to win the UTSA Roadrunner Intercollegiate by one shot with a school-record score of 16-under-par 200. The win was Long’s third of the month and earned him GolfWorld Player of the Week honors. St. John’s Mike Ballo Jr., finished second at 15-under-par and led the Red Storm to the team title.

UCLA’s Tiffany Joh and Maria Jose Uribe carded 1-over-par 217s to earn co-medalist honors at the Kent Youel Invitational. Joh and Uribe helped the top-ranked Bruins to a four-shot victory over Southern California and their second win of the season. USC’s Belen Mozo and Joanne Lee tied for third at 2-over-par 218, while UCLA’s Syndee Michaels finished 10th at 7-over-par 223.

Rollins College’s Joanna Coe carded an 8-over-par 224 total to earn medalist honors at the Ross Resorts Invitational...Middle Tennessee State’s Taryn Durham won a sudden-death playoff to earn medalist honors at the Pat Bradley Championship...Denver’s Katie Kempter carded an 8-under-par 208 total to win medalist honors at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown.

Professional Round-up

Several former AJGA stars performed well at the PGA TOUR's Children's Miracle Network Classic. Scott Verplank, Bryce Molder, Justin Leonard, Jeff Overton and J.B. Holmes all finished in the top 10 at the event.

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Weekly Results
AJGA Junior at Bethesda
Boys
Total
1
Luke Schaap
67
T
2
Graham Hutchinson
68
T
2
John Pak
68
Girls
Total
1
Shannon Brooks
68
2
Julie Luo
71
T
3
Ami Gianchandani
73
T
3
Krystal Sung
73
Coca-Cola Junior Championship at Sugarloaf
Boys
Total
T
1
Tianlin Zhang
73
T
1
Charles Sun
73
3
Nelson Pang
74
Girls
Total
1
Madeleine Garay
78
2
Belinda Hu
79
T
3
Brooke McDougald
80
T
3
Jiayu Kong
80
T
3
Veronica Joels
80
Stockton Convention & Visitors Bureau Junior All-Star
Boys
Total
1
Ricky Castillo
65
T
2
Clay Seeber
69
T
2
Gabe Spach
69
T
2
Joseph Chun
69
T
2
Eddy Lai
69
Girls
Total
1
Carolyn Zhao
70
2
Brittany Park
72
3
Yealimi Noh
73
Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf
Boys
Total
1
Charlie Dubiel
72
2
Won Jun Lee
73
T
3
Andrew O'Leary
75
T
3
Scott Roden
75
Girls
Total
1
Christine Shao
74
2
Lindsay May
78
3
Lauren Peter
79
PBE Qualifier - California
Boys
Total
T
1
Yash Majmudar
71
T
1
Kevin An
71
T
3
William Draper
72
T
3
Lucas Carper
72
T
3
Yu-Jen Cheng
72
T
3
Joseph Burlison
72
T
3
Alex Chin
72
Girls
Total
1
Courtney Vogel
70
T
2
Sophia Hui
74
T
2
Ty Akabane
74
T
2
Waverly Whiston
74
T
2
Samantha Gong
74
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