March 27, 2006
Knost of Southern Methodist University earned
medalist honors last week at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate.
The SMU junior earned this distinction for the second
straight year. He also helped boost his team to its
second straight team title at this event. Knost's 1-under-par
was one stroke better than UNC-Wilmington's Will
Shambley. Finishing in third was SMU's Brandon
Alum Colt Knost
George Washington Invitational was dominated by AJGA
alumni last week. Seton Hall's Kyle Morris took
home medalist honors with a 4-under-par finish. He bested
GW's Brian Carroll by three strokes
and Skidmore's Michael Stiller by four.
The University of Pennsylvania took home the top team
honors. The Quakers were led by Derek Rogers
and Sean Barrett, who both finished
at 3-over-par in a tie for eighth.
Rolex Junior All-American Marci Turner
was the only player to finish under par at the Donnis
Thompson Invitational and helped lead Tennessee to team
honors. Turner finished 3-under-par, four strokes ahead
of the field. Tennessee claimed the top-four spots and
led the field by 38 strokes. Golda Johansson
finished second followed by Nicole Smith.
Rounding out the top four was Violeta Retamoza.
AJGA Alumni in Men's College Golf...
Joe Young finished 2-under-par at the
Butler Spring Invitational to take home individual honors
and lead his team to the team title...Brent
Paladino of William and Mary tied for top honors
with Loyola College's Will Shriver
and St. Bonaventure's Josh Anderson. Liberty University
took team honors led by Andrew Turner...Kenji
Murayama of the University of New Orleans led
the Grub Mart-Young Oil Intercollegiate. Jacksonville
State took home top team honors...Denver's James
Love finished the Pioneer Classic at 17-under-par
to take home individual honors. Louisville took team
honors by one stroke over Nebraska...Maryland
took home team honors at the Furman Intercollegiate
with Blaine Peffley leading the way.
Peffley's 10-under-par was six strokes better than Western
Carolina's Matt Cook.
AJGA Alumni in Women's College Golf...
State's Katie Sundberg finished 2-over-par
at the Butler Spring Invitational to take home medalist
honors and lead her team to the team title...Brigham
Young University's Rachel Newren led
the field at the Anteater Invitational last week. UC-Irvine's
Jane Chin and Selanee Henderson
both finished tied for second. BYU took home top team
honors...Maryland's women led the way at the Lady Herd/El
Diablo Intercollegiate. Kelly Calkin,
Katie Trotter and Katie Stepnek
all were top finishers for the Maryland team...Christina
Wentworth of University of Alabama-Birmingham
took home medalist honors at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational.
Illinois's Casey Burden, Seul
Ki Park, and Meghan Naik and Cincinnati's Hillery
Wilson finished tied for second. Illinois took
home the team title.