March 19, 2007
Taylore Karle will
play in this week's LPGA Safeway International presented
by Coca-Cola. Karle finished second in the recent Safeway
International Amateur Open to earn the invitation.
Karle is familiar with Superstition Mountain
Golf and Country Club's Prospector Course, having won
the 2006 PING Phoenix Junior there in August. Former
Sydnee Michaels, now a freshman at
UCLA, will also play in the event.
Georgia won its second event of the
spring season at the Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational with
a 10-under-par 854. The Bulldogs were led by Chris
Kirk, who won individual honors with a 6-under-par
210, and runner-up Brendon Todd, who shot a 4-under-par
St. Mary's took top honors at the University
of San Francisco Triumph, finishing at 1-over-par
853. The Gaels were led by Michael
McRae, who took
the individual title with a 4-under-par 209.
BYU claimed victory at the UNLV Spring
Invitational with a team-total 17-under-par 847. Jennifer
Shipley of Fresno State won on the third playoff hole
to take medalist honors with an 11-under-par 205.
Duke rolled to another victory, this
time at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic. The Blue Devils
fired a tournament-total 8-over-oar 872 and Amanda
Blumenherst captured the individual title with a 9-under-par
Hernandez won the Betsy
Rawls Longhorn Invitational with a 1-over-par 217. Lamar's
Hillary Zeigler captured medalist
honors at the Lady Cardinal Invitational with an