Alvamar Country Club
Lawrence, Kansas
June 10-13, 2001

Brittany Lang four shots back heading into final round

LAWRENCE, Kan. - Ina Kim of Encino, Calif., fired a 7-over-par 79 today to maintain her lead at the 10th annual Lucent Technologies Girls Junior Championship at Alvamar Country Club.

The event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, features 86 players representing 22 states, Canada and Japan. Former champions of this event include Kellee Booth, Kelli Kamimura, Leigh Anne Hardin, Miriam Nagl and Aree and Naree Song-Wongluekiet.

Kim got off to a fast start in the morning, sticking a 9-iron within six feet on the first hole and sinking the putt for birdie. Things got tougher for the first-team Polo Golf Junior All-American as the winds picked up later in the day. Kim carded five bogeys on the front and three more on the back en route to a 40-39--79.

"I thought the course played easier today," Kim said. "The wind didn't bother me too much, I just made a lot of stupid mistakes and I didn't set myself up well."

Kim, who will attend Northwestern University in the fall, is looking for her fourth career AJGA title and her first major after a fourth-place finish at Eagle Bend Golf Course in last year's championship.

"Anyone who shoots in the 70s or low 80s today will be in contention," Kim said. "I'm just going to try and keep my drives in the fairway and I'll work on my putting and hopefully a few more will fall tomorrow."

Strong afternoon winds contributed to high scores across the board, with Brittany Lang shooting the low round of the day with a 76. Lang shot a steady 38 on the front and back despite double bogeys on Nos. 9 and 18.

"I played solid today except for those two holes," Lang said of her round. "Tomorrow I just need to hit fairways and greens and make putts."

Lang is tied with Torrance, Calif., native Jane Lee for second place at 157, four strokes off the lead heading into the final round. Kelly Husted of Sarasota, Fla., is in fourth with a 80-78--158. Ashley Rollins of Austin, Texas, Taylor Leon of Dallas, and Seiko Onoue of La Habra, Calif., are locked in a three-way tie for fifth at 160.

Thirteen-year-old Morgan Pressel of Boca Raton, Fla., coming off her appearance at the U.S. Women's Open, carded an 83 for a two-day total of 165.

Final-round action will begin at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday. For more information on the AJGA Lucent Technologies Girls Junior Championship, contact the tournament headquarters at (785) 842-0105.


LAWRENCE, Kansas --
Second-round results from the AJGA LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES GIRLS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Alvamar Country Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6,120.

Ina Kim (2001) Encino, Calif.* 74-79--153
Brittany Lang (2003) McKinney, Texas* 81-76--157
Jane Lee (2004) Torrance, Calif.* 77-80--157
Kelly Husted (2002) Sarasota, Fla.* 80-78--158
Ashley Rollins (2003) Austin, Texas* 81-79--160
Taylor Leon (2005) Dallas, Texas* 78-82--160
Seiko Onoue (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 81-79--160
Dana Je (2003) Orlando, Fla.* 76-85--161
Lani Elston (2001) Spokane, Wash.* 81-81--162
Erin Tone (2001) Gilbert, Ariz.* 80-82--162
Courtney Jones (2002) Lake Quivira, Kan.* 80-82--162
Mao Kouyama (2002) Hyogo-Prefecture, Japan * 81-82--163
Chandni Gill (2001) Reno, Nev.* 82-81--163
Courtney Mahon (2002) Topeka, Kan.* 81-82--163
Lisa Tyler (2002) Lighthouse Point, Fla.* 82-82--164
Kelly Robb (2003) Concord, Mass.* 80-84--164
Eunice Yum (2003) Torrance, Calif.* 84-80--164
Morgan Pressel (2006) Boca Raton, Fla.* 82-83--165
Alice Kim (2003) Los Angeles, Calif.* 82-83--165
Haley Gildea (2002) East Greenwich, R.I.* 79-86--165
Sarah O'Neill (2002) Potomac, Md.* 80-85--165
Paula Creamer (2005) Pleasanton, Calif.* 81-85--166
Heather Wright (2004) Houston, Texas* 82-84--166
Nicole Hage (2003) Coral Springs, Fla.* 83-84--167
Brenda Norris (2002) Spring Branch, Texas* 80-87--167
Elly Leonard (2002) Zionsville, Ind.* 90-78--168
Yuri Hirai (2003) Aichi-Prefecture, Japan * 87-83--170
Alyssa Otero (2003) Santa Fe, N.M.* 83-87--170
January Romero (2002) Albuquerque, N.M.* 85-85--170
Moah Chang (2002) Los Angeles, Calif.* 87-83--170
Stephanie Lue (2002) Houston, Texas* 87-83--170
Lacy Miller (2002) Indianapolis, Ind.* 83-88--171
Jessica Shapiro (2002) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 85-87--172
Whitney Welch (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 83-89--172
Shannon Johnson (2001) Sioux Falls, S.D.* 91-81--172
Jennifer Pandolfi (2004) Navarre, Fla.* 83-89--172
Brittany Adams (2002) Huntington, W.Va.* 86-86--172
Chrissie McArdle (2003) Eden Prairie, Minn.* 87-85--172
Candy Herrera (2002) Apple Valley, Calif.* 82-91--173
Megan Hull (2001) Mansfield, Texas* 77-96--173
Amy Behrman (2001) Houston, Texas* 90-83--173
Lindsay Hulwick (2001) Littleton, Colo.* 84-89--173
Emily Hoeper (2003) Kansas City, Mo.* 83-90--173
Leslie Wall (2003) Dallas, Texas* 88-87--175
Alison Howell (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 88-87--175
Stephanie Godare (2002) Houston, Texas* 90-86--176
Jennifer Ackerson (2002) Allen, Texas* 85-91--176
Jenna Wessels (2005) Columbus, Texas* 85-91--176
Ashley Norton (2004) Atascadero, Calif.* 86-90--176
Tiffany Woods (2002) Escondido, Calif.* 94-83--177
Kelli Strubinger (2002) Weldon Spring, Mo.* 84-93--177
Noriko Nakazaki (2003) Hanoverpark, Ill.* 84-93--177
Brooke Layton (2002) Tampa, Fla.* 89-89--178
Haley Brown (2004) Austin, Texas* 88-90--178
Sarah Hollowell (2001) Houston, Texas* 91-87--178
Ashley Frey (2002) Katy, Texas* 82-97--179
Kylee King (2001) Morrison, Colo.* 86-93--179
Amy Schmucker (2002) Cold Spring, Minn.* 93-86--179
Kristin Howell (2004) Phoenix, Ariz.* 89-90--179
Emma Stachowicz (2002) Pacific Palisades, Calif.* 93-88--181
Lyndsey Adams (2003) Joplin, Mo.* 90-91--181
Stephanie Parsley (2002) Chelan, Wash.* 91-90--181
Dana Moening (2002) Cold Spring, Minn.* 89-92--181
Calais Gardner (2002) Southlake, Texas* 89-93--182
Julie Harder (2002) Holland, Ohio* 93-90--183
Leslie Brown (2002) Prosser, Wash.* 88-96--184
Jacquelyn Nemcik (2003) College Station, Texas* 91-93--184
Sydney Wilson (2006) Lawrence, Kan.* 96-92--188
Annie Giangrosso (2004) Prairie Village, Kan.* 92-98--190
Lauren Phlegar (2001) Lawrence, Kan.* 103-87--190
Rebecca Struthers (2002) Baton Rouge, La.* 98-92--190
Ginny Brown (2006) Austin, Texas* 100-91--191
Shannon Langhardt (2002) Lakewood, Colo.* 92-99--191
Sara Lloyd (2003) Overland Park, Kan.* 98-95--193
Brynlee Dobbins (2002) Tahlequah, Okla.* 96-98--194
Michelle DeIasi (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 98-96--194
Stephanie Schaeffer (2002) New Braunfels, Texas* 98-98--196
Kendall Schwerman (2002) Houston, Texas* 97-99--196
Heather Gutschow (2003) Kansas City, Mo.* 108-94--202
Kristen Mautz (2003) Upper Arlington, Ohio* 103-99--202
Elizabeth Jones (2002) Edmond, Okla.* 101-108--209
Leslie Short (2002) Lawrence, Kan.* 124-108-232
Eleanor Tucker (2003) Wilson, N.C.* 98-WD-Injury
Sara Jones (2002) Valencia, Calif.* WD-Illness
Jaclyn Stelzer (2003) Allen, Texas* WD-Illness
Christa Spedding (2003) Granbury, Texas* WD-Illness

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