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Sand Barrens Golf Club
Swainton, New Jersey
June 10, 2001


SWAINTON, N.J. -- Of the 100 players attempting to qualify for this year's AJGA Sand Barrens Junior Championship, seven boys and one girl emerged Sunday to take the final spots in the tournament field. Now in its third year, the event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, will feature 90 of the nation's top junior golfers.

John Sawin of Haverford, Pa., and Jeff Osberg of Chester Springs, Pa., both carded even-par 72 to take home co-medalist honors in the Boys Division. Jenny Suh of Fairfax, Va., fired a three-over 75 to claim the only available spot in the Girls Division.

Sawin, who did not take his driver out of his bag all day on his way to shooting 36-36--72, felt prepared for the competition he'll meet Tuesday.

"This is a course of control," Sawin said. "I want to win and I now know I can play this course well. I know it's not quite the same, but if I can do it once, why not do it again?"

Osberg, Sawin's fellow medalist, also found the key to victory and elected to keep the driver in the bag. He only used his twice.

"Seventy-two should be a good score all week," Osberg said. "I was pretty pumped when I came in with the score that I had. If I can just play like I did today, I'll be fine."

Jenny Suh's 37-38--75 easily won the Girls Division open slot. She will compete in a division stacked with talent, including Polo Golf Junior All-Americans Elizabeth Janangelo of West Hartford, Conn., Mary Ellen Grzebien of Saunderstown, R.I., and Kristen White of Doylestown, Pa. Each captured at least one AJGA title last season.

"I didn't even think about today as a qualifier," Suh said. "I just focused on winning. I told myself that if I play well, I can win the qualifier and maybe the whole thing."

The five other boys that round out the remaining division openings include Ryan Owens of Ocean City, N.J., and Billy Stewart of Devon, Pa., at 74, and Steve Kittrell of Moorestown, N.J., Alex Brueggemann of Bel Air, Md., and Mike Lebow of Royersford, Pa., all at 75.

The third annual AJGA Sand Barrens Junior Championship will feature five Polo Golf Junior All-Americans and 23 juniors from New Jersey. The 54-hole event will take place June 12-14.

First-round action begins Tuesday at 7 a.m. at Sand Barrens Golf Club. For more information, call AJGA tournament headquarters at (609) 465-3929.

SWAINTON, N.J. -- Qualifier results from the AJGA SAND BARRENS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Sand Barrens Golf Club, West-North Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,842; Girls: 5,800.


John Sawin, Haverford, Pa.* 36-36--72
Jeff Osberg, Chester Springs, Pa.* 37-35--72
Ryan Owens, Ocean City, N.J.* 38-36--74
Billy Stewart, Devon, Pa.* 35-39--74
#Steve Kittrell, Moorestown, N.J.* 40-35--75
#Alex Brueggemann, Bel Air, Md.* 38-37--75
#Mike Lebow, Royersford, Pa.* 39-36--75

Did Not Qualify
Matt Rounds, Tucson, Ariz.* 38-37--75
Greg Rodgers, Phoenix, Md.* 38-37--75
Sean Seese, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.* 38-37--75
Doug Anders, Elkins Park, Pa.* 39-37--76
Marc Matalavage, Mechanicsburg, Pa.* 40-36--76
Eli Pery, Ambler, Pa.* 41-35--76
Bennett Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa.* 41-35--76
Drew Mersinger, Cedar Grove, N.J.* 41-36--77
Greg Carlin, Kensington, Md.* 36-42--78
Chase Duncan, Lancaster, Pa.* 42-36--78
Russell Filipski, Short Hills, N.J.* 38-40--78
Jesse Soslow, Narberth, Pa.* 40-38--78
Willy Sezna, Wilmington, Del.* 39-39--78
Mike Clemente, Staten Island, N.Y.* 37-42--79
Andrew Brant, Fairfax Station, Va.* 40-39--79
Jon Orchin, Washington, D.C.* 42-37--79
Todd Carabasi, Bryn Mawr, Pa.* 41-38--79
Bryan Ott, Whitehall, Pa.* 39-40--79
Brian Scott, Crofton, Md.* 39-40--79
Chris Reedman, Yardley, Pa.* 40-39--79
Matthew Burroughs, Manchester, N.H.* 41-39--80
Billie Phillips, Hilton Head Island, S.C.* 40-40--80
Randall Hanke, New York, N.Y.* 40-40--80
Ryan McGettigan, King Of Prussia, Pa.* 42-39--81
Logan Terry, Plymouth Meeting, Pa.* 39-42--81
Pepper Pharr, Derby, N.Y.* 43-38--81
Chris Clarke, East Hampton, N.Y.* 41-41--82
Thomas Halsted, Windsor, Conn.* 41-41--82
Billy Mullen, Norristown, Pa.* 40-42--82
Dean Gultula, Haskell, N.J.* 40-42--82
Tim Porter, Wilmington, Del.* 39-43--82
Matt Mazur, Jeffersonville, Pa.* 40-42--82
Casey Silk, Somers Point, N.J.* 44-38--82
Garrett Carpenter, Staten Island, N.Y.* 44-39--83
Shaun Fettes, Orange, Conn.* 43-40--83
Larry Haertel, Greenwich, Conn.* 39-44--83
Mike Carney, New Hope, Pa.* 42-41--83
Kevin Riordan () Franklin Lakes, N.J.* 40-43--83
Thomas Crawford, Glen Rock, N.J.* 42-41--83
Eric Lefante, Colts Neck, N.J.* 42-41--83
Timothy Holden, Westwood, Mass.* 44-39--83
Richard Petroni, Philadelphia, Pa.* 42-41--83
Tom Guillebeau, Hockessin, Del.* 43-40--83
Brad Spuhler, Wildwood, N.J.* 44-39--83
Sean McMonagle, Seasterville, Pa.* 44-39-83
Tim Daily, Old Bridge, N.J.* 41-43--84
Brent Devantier, West Chester, Pa.* 41-43--84
Eric Holt, Philadelphia, Pa.* 41-43--84
Craig Tallent, Haverford, Pa.* 39-45--84
Johnny Murphy, Cape May Courthouse, N.J.* 44-40--84
Steve Frisch, Northampton, Pa.* 47-38--85
Garrett Blanchard-Sullivan, Keller, Texas* 39-46--85
Benjamin Marsden, Avondale, Pa.* 42-43--85
Ted Hill, Haverford, Pa.* 45-40--85
Maximilian Von Poelnitz, Mendham, N.J.* 43-42--85
Scott Ionno, Northfield, N.J.* 43-43--86
Greg Mascioli, Dallas, Pa.* 44-42--86
Dennis Furey, Moorestown, N.J.* 39-47--86
Patrick Shearman, Rosemont, Pa.* 42-44--86
David St.Clair, Waban, Mass.* 45-41--86
Michael March, Princeton Junction, N.J.* 44-43--87
Junpei Shimasaki, Demarest, N.J.* 48-39--87
Mike Barbiere, Wyckoff, N.J.* 41-47--88
James Berenato, Havertown, Pa.* 43-45--88
Robert Cranford, Bryn Mawr, Pa.* 43-45--88
Derek Bowen, Phoenixville, Pa.* 44-44--88
David Kittrell, Moorestown, N.J.* 39-49--88
Terry McLaughlin, Haddonfield, N.J.* 47-42--89
Tee Holt, Philadelphia, Pa.* 44-45--89
Jonathan Kirchner, Huntington, N.Y.* 48-41--89
John Venuto, Staten Island, N.Y.* 43-46--89
Conor Mintzer, Berwyn, Pa.* 44-46--90
Brian Chappell, Potomac, Md.* 44-46--90
David Rahal, Mahwah, N.J.* 46-44--90
Michael Schwenk, Miller Place, N.Y.* 44-47--91
Philip Holden, Westwood, Mass.* 48-45--93
Edward Schloth, Royersford, Pa.* 46-47--93
Louis Delollis, Cape Mary Court House, N.J.* 50-44--94
Conrad Von Borsig, Warthmore, Pa.* 48-46--94
Brian Pietrantonio, Marshfield, Mass.* 51-44--95
B.J. Jaworski, Voorhees, N.J.* 49-46--95
Clinton Smith III, Mecharicsburg, Pa.* 52-48--100
Dave Romash, Haddonfield, N.J.* 52-52-104
Reid Benditt, Merion, Pa.* DQ (Rules 6-6b)
Tommy Costanza, Upper Saddle River, N.J.* DQ (Rules 15-3)


Jenny Suh, Fairfax, Va.* 37-38--75

Did Not Qualify
Taylor Deimantas, Greenville, N.C.* 39-43--82
Ashley Szewczuk, Chalfont, Pa.* 46-42--88
Lindsay Robinson, Huntington, W.Va.* 42-47--89
Alysse Sweeney, Wayne, N.J.* 47-44--91
Emily Pavesich, Glen Arm, Md.* 51-49--100
Sarah March, Spring City, Pa.* 50-54--104
Jennifer Wujciak, West Caldwell, N.J.* 49-58-107

# Qualified in sudden-death playoff

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