AJGA LA PURISIMA JUNIOR QUALIFIER
Pepsi Qualifier Series Presented by ClubCorp

La Purisima Golf Course
Lompoc, Calif.
July 1, 2001

CAMPBELL FIRES 71 TO CLAIM MEDALIST HONORS IN BOYS DIVISION
Liao takes Girls Division honors with a 78

LOMPOC, Calif.-Peter Campbell of Encinitas, Calif., carded a 1-under-par 71 to take medalist honors in the Boys Division of the AJGA La Purisima Junior Qualifier at La Purisima Golf Course Sunday. Ki-Shui Liao of Alameda, Calif., fired a 78 to take medalist honors in the Girls Division.

The 18-hole qualifier, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, included 100 players representing Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Washington, and 94 California natives. Participants competed for nine spots in the Boys Division and four spots in the Girls Division for entry into the AJGA La Purisima Junior to be held Tuesday-Thursday at La Purisima Golf Course.

The 16-year-old Campbell relied on putting and solid ball striking during his round to post his 37-34--71. He made a 10-footer to get up-and-down for bogey on his first hole and hit a 9-iron two inches from the hole from the fairway on No. 18 and tapped in for birdie.

"I have had some putting troubles lately," Campbell said. "I putted pretty well today, though. I was a little intimidated looking at all the good players on the range, but my confidence improved when I was able to sink a few putts early in the round."

The qualifier was a new experience for Campbell, being his first AJGA tournament.

"I didn't expect a lot going in," Campbell said. "I just hope to play about the same the rest of the week."

Also qualifying in the Boys Division were Paul Imondi (38-34--72) of Tustin, Calif., Brandon Christianson (37-36--73) of Valencia, Calif., Chris Pederson (36-37--73) of Thousand Oaks, Calif., Andrew Price (35-39--74) of Mission Viejo, Calif., Edward McGlasson (38-36--74) of Orange, Calif., Michael Tran (38-37--75) of Laguna Hills, Calif., and Carey Evans (35-40--75) of Woodland Hills, Calif. With 30 minutes of daylight left, Louis Bishop (38-38--76) of Murrieta, Calif., made a par on the third playoff hole to qualify.

In the Girls Division, Liao, 13, used touch around the greens and a little luck to shoot a round of 39-39--78. She chipped in for birdie on No. 17, her last hole, despite not being able to see the hole.

"I played a pretty solid round today," Liao said. "This is my first AJGA tournament, and I would like to play three more rounds like the way I did today."

Also qualifying in the Girls Division were Martha Burkard (36-43--79) of Alameda, Calif., and Julie Kim (41-38--79) of Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. Tara Chappell (43-39--82) qualified by making a par on the second playoff hole.

First-round action for the AJGA La Purisima Junior begins Tuesday morning at 6:30 a.m. For more information regarding the AJGA La Purisima Junior, please contact tournament headquarters at (805) 735-9905.

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LOMPOC, Calif. -- Qualifier results from the AJGA LA PURISIMA JUNIOR conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at La Purisima Golf Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,820 Girls: 5,916


BOYS DIVISION

QUALIFIED

Peter Campbell (2003) Encinitas, Calif.* 37-34--71
Paul Imondi (2003) Tustin, Calif.* 38-34--72
Brandon Christianson (2004) Valencia, Calif.* 37-36--73
Chris Pederson (2001) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 36-37--73
Andrew Price (2001) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 35-39--74
Edward McGlasson (2002) Orange, Calif.* 38-36--74
Michael Tran (2003) Laguna Hills, Calif.* 38-37--75
Carey Evans (2001) Woodland Hills, Calif.* 35-40--75
#Louis Bishop (2003) Murrieta, Calif.* 38-38--76

FAILED TO QUALIFY

Woogene Lee (2003) Westlake Village, Calif.* 36-40--76
Daniel Cho (2006) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 39-37--76
Kenny Kim (2004) Cerritos, Calif.* 36-40--76
Ryan Kohler (2001) San Diego, Calif.* 39-37--76
Aaron Hendry (2002) San Luis Obispo, Calif.* 38-38--76
Giovanni Guzzo (2002) Atherton, Calif.* 37-40--77
David Siordia (2002) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 36-41--77
Jamie Puterbaugh (2003) Carlsbad, Calif.* 37-40--77
John Meek (2001) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 42-36--78
Eric Chang (2002) Chino Hills, Calif.* 39-39--78
Michael Thompson (2003) Tucson, Ariz.* 37-41--78
Trev Schultz (2003) San Dimas, Calif.* 39-39--78
Joe Ryon (2002) Carlsbad, Calif.* 37-41--78
Daniel Do (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 37-41--78
Billy Moon (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 39-39--78
Derek Uyesaka (2003) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 40-38--78
Danny Wendt (2002) Kingman, Ariz.* 42-37--79
Jeff Steckmest (2002) Pacific Palisades, Calif.* 40-39--79
Alex Madar (2003) Alamo, Calif.* 38-41--79
David Naish (2002) Westlake Village, Calif.* 38-41--79
Jared Tarlow (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 37-42--79
Ryan McConnell (2004) Santa Maria, Calif.* 40-39--79
Ryan Citarella (2004) Santa Ana, Calif.* 41-38--79
Danny Dorazio (2002) Danville, Calif.* 43-36--79
Billy Whalen (2003) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 40-40--80
David Yoon (2004) Irvine, Calif.* 40-40--80
James Lee (2005) La Mirada, Calif.* 40-40--80
Matt Amen (2002) Anaheim, Calif.* 40-40--80
Phillip Lapuz (2003) Carlsbad, Calif.* 42-38--80
Garrett Lipus (2002) Trabuco Canyon, Calif.* 39-41--80
Aaron Goldberg (2003) Encinitas, Calif.* 40-40--80
Dennis Huh (2004) La Palma, Calif.* 39-42--81
Matt Bardy (2001) San Diego, Calif.* 40-41--81
Patrick Norton (2006) Atascadero, Calif.* 41-40--81
Alex Shin (2003) Arcadia, Calif.* 40-41--81
Ben Cramer (2001) Carlsbad, Calif.* 40-41--81
D.J. Fernando (2001) Bakersfield, Calif.* 41-40--81
Keith Liao (2004) Alameda, Calif.* 39-43--82
Ben Dowell (2001) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 41-41--82
Colter Kautzmann (2003) Glendale, Ariz.* 45-37--82
Brian McMinn (2003) San Jose, Calif.* 39-43--82
Stephen Wilson (2002) Solvang, Calif.* 40-42--82
Matt Reid (2002) Poway, Calif.* 38-44--82
Michael Corso (2002) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 39-43--82
Kyle Shelly (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 44-38--82
Kris Price (2003) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 39-43--82
Garrett Sullivan (2002) Reseda, Calif.* 42-40--82
Drew Kravis (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 41-42--83
Reyn Murphy (2003) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 43-40--83
Steven Sobul (2001) Playa Del Rey, Calif.* 41-42--83
Chris Lavery (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 39-44--83
Matthew Voerding (2003) Boulder City, Nev.* 40-43--83
Mick Partridge (2005) Los Angeles, Calif.* 42-42--84
Nic Janneck (2003) Sherman Oaks, Calif.* 39-45--84
Greg Moss (2004) Sherman Oaks, Calif.* 45-40--85
Bryan Nelson (2002) Placerville, Calif.* 41-44--85
D.J. Reeves (2002) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 39-46--85
Brian Phan (2003) Carlsbad, Calif.* 45-40--85
Jacob Clemens (2003) Carpinteria, Calif.* 44-42--86
Blair Harkins (2002) Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.* 42-44--86
Greg Dyne (2004) Calabasas, Calif.* 42-44--86
James Song (2002) Oxnard, Calif.* 46-40--86
Scott Qualle (2004) Turlock, Calif.* 43-44--87
David Kendall (2002) Irvine, Calif.* 44-43--87
Gregg Gauvin (2004) Valencia, Calif.* 43-44--87
Ryan Kirby (2003) Ojai, Calif.* 44-44--88
Matt Foliart (2002) South Pasadena, Calif.* 43-45--88
Michael Bang (2002) Littleton, Colo.* 45-43--88
Jeff Gabriel (2003) Hidden Hills, Calif.* 38-51--89
Danny Maier (2005) Santa Rosa, Calif.* 47-43--90
Daniel Turner (2002) Torrance, Calif.* 45-46--91
Brad Dyne (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 46-47--93
James Driscoll (2004) Pasadena, Calif.* 46-49--95
Ryan Barrows (2003) Camarillo, Calif.* 53-50--103

GIRLS DIVISION

QUALIFIED

Ki-Shui Liao (2005) Alameda, Calif.* 39-39--78
Martha Burkard (2005) Alameda, Calif.* 36-43--79
Julie Kim (2002) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 41-38--79
#Tara Chappell (2002) Carmel, Calif.* 43-39--82

FAILED TO QUALIFY

Ashley Norton (2004) Atascadero, Calif.* 38-44--82
Minnie Choi (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 42-41--83
Nikki Jacoby (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 41-43--84
Leslie Brown (2002) Prosser, Wash.* 40-46--86
Julia Hood (2004) Atascadero, Calif.* 38-48--86
Reana Yun (2002) Glendale, Calif.* 44-43--87
Meggie Fagundes (2002) Atwater, Calif.* 45-43--88
Deanna Slaman (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 49-41--90
Kristin Walizer (2001) La Canada, Calif.* 41-50--91
Beth Gates (2002) Villa Park, Calif.* 47-44--91
Holly Lampert (2002) Northridge, Calif.* 47-48--95
Jennifer Parkes (2002) Newhall, Calif.* 50-45--95

# Qualified via sudden-death playoff

 
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