Karsten Golf Course at ASU
Tempe, Arizona
August 23-26, 2001

Lanier remains Boys Division leader after even-par round

TEMPE, Ariz. - Allison Martin of Bakersfield, Calif., will spend her 16th birthday gunning for her fourth AJGA title of the summer after shooting her second consecutive 71 to take a three-shot lead in the AJGA PING Phoenix Junior Championship. In the Boys Division, Jeff Lanier of Austin, Texas, maintained his first-round lead by shooting a 72, good for a one-shot lead

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the AJGA PING Phoenix Junior Championship features a field of 85 junior golfers, ages 13-18, representing 13 states and includes 10 players from Arizona. Included in this week's field at the Karsten Golf Course at ASU are seven Polo Golf Junior All-Americans. Past winners of this event include Tiger Woods, Emilee Klein, Grace Park and Heather Bowie.

Martin followed up a 36 on the front nine with a 35 on the back side to overtake first-round leader Jane Lee of Torrance, Calif.

After a bogey on 14, Martin wasted no time bouncing back with birdies on Nos. 15 and 16.

"The bogey on 14 shouldn't have happened," Martin said. "I made a mental mistake and left a chip short and then three-putted. I knew I wasted shots on that hole and it made me mad. I knew I had to get back into the game after that and make something happen. I just focused on the next two holes and made some birdies."

Martin heads into Sunday's final round as its leader, a position that she has not only become accustomed to, but thrived in.

"I just play like it's a new round of golf," said Martin, who holds a thee-shot lead over Lee. "The past is history and if you go out and protect the lead you're not going to play as aggressive or make aggressive swings. Jane has been putting well all week and in order to keep the lead I'm going to have to putt well myself."

Joining Martin and Park atop the Girls Division leaderboard are Walailak Satarak of Paramount, Calif., and Jennie Lee of Huntington Beach, Calif., at 147, five shots back.

In the Boys Division, Sunday's final round will test who can breakout from a tightly grouped field, led by Lanier.

Lanier got off to a strong start with an eagle on the par-5 No. 5 and recovered from a bogey on No. 6 to birdie No. 7 and finish out the front nine with a 34.

"I had a good front nine," said the 17-year-old Lanier. "I felt like I had some good momentum coming off of number 7, but that just didn't carryover into anything.

"I missed a lot of birdie putts on the back nine and I missed the last five greens. I just need to make putts. Yesterday I made putts and today I didn't"

Being in the final group is nothing new to Lanier, but this time the Texan is looking for a different result.

"I've been in the leader group before, but I've failed to play as well as I wanted to," said Lanier whose best finish is a tie for third. "In the past I've approached the last round as its different instead of playing as I had."
Chasing Lanier and his 138 tournament total will be Pansing Singhaseni of Beverly Hills, Calif., at 139, Peter Campbell of Encinitas, Calif., and Anthony Kim of La Quinta, Calif., at 140 and Spencer Levin of Elk Grove Calif., at 141.

Final-round action will begin on Sunday with tee times running from 6:30-8:36 a.m. off of the No. 1 and 10 tees.

For more information on the AJGA PING Phoenix Junior Championship, please contact our tournament headquarters at (480) 968-7084.

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Second-round results from the AJGA PING PHOENIX JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Karsten Golf Course at ASU. Par: 35-37--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,899 Girls: 5,887


Jeff Lanier (2002) Austin, Texas* 66-72--138
Pansing Singhaseni (2002) Beverly Hills, Calif.* 70-69--139
Peter Campbell (2003) Encinitas, Calif.* 71-69--140
Anthony Kim (2003) La Quinta, Calif.* 70-70--140
Spencer Levin (2002) Elk Grove, Calif.* 71-70--141
Zach Christ (2002) Santa Rosa, Calif.* 71-71--142
David Yoon (2004) Irvine, Calif.* 73-70--143
Cody Upham (2002) Vancouver, Wash.* 70-74--144
Jimmy Harris (2002) El Cajon, Calif.* 73-71--144
Kyle Gentry (2002) Carmel, Calif.* 70-75--145
Daniel Im (2004) La Mirada, Calif.* 72-73--145
Chad Wilcox (2003) Peoria, Ariz.* 73-72--145
Joshua Wooding (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 72-73--145
Jonathan Taruc (2003) Las Vegas, Nev.* 71-74--145
Kevin Larsen (2003) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 75-70--145
Edward McGlasson (2002) Orange, Calif.* 75-70--145
Chris Elliott (2002) Plano, Texas* 76-69--145
Alex Wilson (2002) Coral Gables, Fla.* 72-74--146
Jerad Harklau (2002) Heath, Texas* 77-69--146
Nathan Smith (2002) Soquel, Calif.* 79-67--146
Michael Feuerstein (2002) La Jolla, Calif.* 69-77--146
Trev Schultz (2003) San Dimas, Calif.* 73-74--147
Michael Unger (2002) Edmond, Okla.* 75-72--147
Ryne Rindfleisch (2001) Murrieta, Calif.* 73-74--147
Daniel Cho (2006) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 76-71--147
Kyle Dowden (2003) Somis, Calif.* 77-70--147
Matthew Rosenfeld (2002) Plano, Texas* 73-75--148
Zac Reynolds (2003) Edmond, Okla.* 77-71--148
Neno Boonyaplanun (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 75-73--148
Ryan Brooks (2004) Mesa, Ariz.* 73-75--148
Kyle Metzler (2002) Rancho Murieta, Calif.* 72-76--148
Duncan Street (2002) Bonita, Calif.* 74-74--148
Bobby Nyberg (2003) El Dorado Hills, Calif.* 74-74--148
Zach Mowbray (2002) Mesa, Ariz.* 76-72--148
Casey Fowles (2002) Delta, Utah* 74-75--149
Jason Saxon (2003) Wayzata, Minn.* 75-74--149
Kenny Kim (2004) Cerritos, Calif.* 79-70--149
T.J. Blandford (2001) Paradise Valley, Ariz.* 77-73--150
Clay Ogden (2003) West Point, Utah* 76-74--150
Daniel Kreindler (2002) Danville, Calif.* 78-72--150
Christopher Belz (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 73-77--150
Erik Olson (2002) Renton, Wash.* 75-76--151
John Gray (2002) Vista, Calif.* 77-74--151
Preston Lancaster (2002) Dallas, Texas* 73-78--151
Jeremy Keller (2003) Las Vegas, Nev.* 76-76--152
Kevin Chen (2003) Alamo, Calif.* 75-77--152
Michael Ferris (2002) Glendale, Ariz.* 78-75--153
J.J. Wood (2002) Yuma, Ariz.* 77-76--153
Nick Higham (2002) Shelley, Idaho* 80-73--153
Jake Creel (2004) Dothan, Ala.* 76-77--153
Robby Stratton (2002) Glendale, Ariz.* 79-74--153
Billy Moon (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 79-75--154
Danny Bowen (2002) Albuquerque, N.M.* 82-72--154
Kyung Min (2004) Fullerton, Calif.* 80-74--154
Ben Marsh (2003) Paradise Valley, Ariz.* 76-79--155
Will Haydon (2005) Palo Alto, Calif.* 74-81--155
Kenta Minejima (2002) Irvine, Calif.* 80-75--155
Ben Arrington (2002) Tucson, Ariz.* 79-76--155
Will Mast (2003) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 77-78--155
Josh Segal (2003) Eagan, Minn.* 77-79--156
Ryan Neal (2002) Arlington, Texas* 75-81--156
Rodney Hamblin, Jr. (2003) St. Paul, Minn.* 78-78--156
Daniel Lee (2002) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 81-76--157
Jeff Berkshire (2002) Litchfield Park, Ariz.* 84-74--158
David Dragoo (2004) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 80-78--158
Ryan Farb (2003) Tucson, Ariz.* 81-77--158
Derek Allen (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 78-85--163


Allison Martin (2003) Bakersfield, Calif.* 71-71--142
Jane Lee (2004) Torrance, Calif.* 70-75--145
Walailak Satarak (2001) Paramount, Calif.* 77-70--147
Jennie Lee (2005) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 72-75--147
Hannah Jun (2003) San Diego, Calif.* 73-75--148
Lauren Todd (2003) Phoenix, Ariz.* 73-75--148
Charlotte Mayorkas (2001) Chula Vista, Calif.* 75-73--148
Mika Takayama (2002) Alameda, Calif.* 73-75--148
Christine Fernandez (2002) Henderson, Nev.* 77-72--149
Brooke Todare (2004) Paradise Valley, Ariz.* 79-70--149
Erica Blasberg (2002) Corona, Calif.* 74-76--150
Sunny Oh (2002) Torrance, Calif.* 78-75--153
Alana Johnson (2003) Litchfield Park, Ariz.* 82-71--153
Amanda Blumenherst (2005) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 76-79--155
Mallory Underwood (2003) Montgomery, Texas* 82-74--156
Yvonne Choe (2001) Temple City, Calif.* 75-81--156
Alissa Kuczka (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 80-76--156
Moah Chang (2002) Los Angeles, Calif.* 78-80--158

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