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No Image Women's Golf Summer Updates
Women's Golf 06/30/2000

Anderson Advances in Trans National Championship Duke's Beth Bauer shot a final round 77 and finished tied for 38th in the LPGA Jamie Farr Classic this weekend in Sylvania, Ohio. She was the top amateur finisher in the tournament. Full Story Beth Bauer is tied for 11th heading into the final round at the LPGA Jamie Farr Classic Hannemann in finals of North South Amateur Bauer leads U.S. to 22nd Curtis Cup victory Bauer, Anderson Finish One, Two In The Eastern Amateur Bauer Finishes 2nd at Southern Amateur

No Image Women's Golf Final Report
Women's Golf 06/07/2000

1999-2000 Results Sept. 13-15 NCAA Fall Preview 1st of 21 Sept. 21-23 Topy Cup 1st of 6 Oct. 8-10 Lady Tar Heel 1st of 15 Oct. 15-17 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate 2nd of 18 Nov. 5-7 Golf World/Palmetto Dunes 2nd of 12 Feb. 21-23 Arizona Invitational 4th of 18 Mar. 10-11 Casa de Campo 1st of 11 Mar. 17-19 Lady Gamecock 1st of 11 Mar. 31-Apr. 2 Liz Murphey 1st of 17 Apr. 14-16 ACC Championship 1st of 5 May 11-13 NCAA East Regional 1st of 24 Ohio State-Scarlet May 24-27 NCAA Championship 14th of 24 Crosswater Course Individual Statistical Leaders Category Player No. Wins Beth Bauer 2 Stroke Average Beth Bauer 73.39 Top 10 Finishes Beth Bauer 9 Top 20 Finishes Kalen Anderson 10 % of Rounds Counted Beth Bauer .931 Avg. Strokes Behind Leader Beth Bauer 1.58 Even or Under Par Rounds Beth Bauer 16 Best 18 Beth Bauer/Maria Garcia-Estrada 67 Tournaments Beth Bauer/Kalen Anderson 12 Total Rounds Beth Bauer/Kalen Anderson 36 Best 36 Beth Bauer 138 Best 54 Beth Bauer 209 Tournaments Won Beth

No Image Women's Golf Racks Up 2000 Honors
Women's Golf 06/05/2000

DURHAM, N.C. (June 5) - The Duke University women's golf team has been racking up the honors since the 2000 season has come to a close. Headlining the honors are Beth Bauer, Kalen Anderson, and Maria Garcia-Estrada as each were selected to the National Golf Association Coaches All-America team. Bauer (Cramerton, N.C.) was named First Team All-America for the second year in a row, after posting a 73.39 stroke average and nine top 10 finishes as a sophomore. She finished ranked No. 2 in the Golfweek/Sagarin women's individual rankings. Anderson (Edina, Minn.) and Garcia-Estrada (Tenerife, Spain) were named to the Second Team. Anderson posted a 75.08 stroke average and finished the season ranked No. 15. She recorded six top 10 finishes and a team-best 10 top 20 finishes on her junior season. Garcia-Estrada made a huge impact on the Duke squad in 1999-2000 as a freshman. She ranked third on the team with a 75.29 stroke average, posted one tournament victory, four top 10, and eight top

No Image Women's Golf Finishes 14th at NCAA Championships
Women's Golf 05/27/2000

Post-Match Quotes Final Results Arizona rolls away with the NCAA Championship SUNRIVER, OREGON (May 27) - The final round of the 2000 NCAA Championships will be one the Duke women's golf team will want to forget. The Blue Devils went into the final round in seventh place (898, +34) and finished the fourth round with their highest one-day total of the season (320, +32) for 14th place. Duke began play on Saturday morning and was greeted with very high winds and chilling temperatures. It was by far the worst weather of the week. Kalen Anderson (Edina, Minn.) and Kristina Engstrom (Djursholm, Sweden) posted Duke's two best scores on the day as they shot a 78 and 79 respectively. Anderson finished the championships with a 300 (+12), while Engstrom shot a 311 (+23). Sophomore Beth Bauer struggled on the final day shooting a career-worst 85 in the final round. Bauer (Cramerton, N.C.) had previously only shot 80 or more three times in two years at Duke (22 tournaments). She ended the

No Image Women's Golf Seventh Heading into Final Round of NCAA Championships
Women's Golf 05/26/2000

Full Results - Day 3 Post-Match Quotes Candy Hannemann leads the Blue Devils with a 72 SUNRIVER, OREGON (May 26) - After three rounds of play at the NCAA Championships, the Duke University women's golf team, ranked No. 1 nationally, sits at 898 (+34) for seventh place. The Blue Devils improved three shots from Thursday's 299, after firing an eight-over-par 296 today. Arizona continued its outstanding play as the Wildcats shot seven-under-par today and now is one-over-par (865) for the championship. Freshman Julia Kraschinski and senior Jenna Daniels now share the individual lead at six-under-par (210), after Daniels shot a 68 and Kraschinski a 70 this morning. The top 10 is led by Arizona as the Wildcats are ahead by 28 strokes over Southern California (893), Oregon (895), Texas (895), Georgia (895), Stanford (896), Duke (898), Auburn (904) and Tennessee (905) round out the top nine. It looks like it will be a battle for second place on Saturday with six teams seperated by

No Image Women's Golf In Eighth After Day Two of NCAA Championships
Women's Golf 05/25/2000

Beth Bauer (audio) ESPN2 to televise Friday's (May 26) round from 12-2 PM (PCT) Bauer fires a 71 and is in third place individually SUNRIVER, OREGON (May 25) - The Duke University women's golf team shot an 11-over-par 299 in the second round of the NCAA Championships on Thursday in Sunriver, Oregon and is in sole possession of eighth place. The Blue Devils kicked off play at 9:00 AM along with San Jose State and Arizona. The players faced much calmer winds and softer greens for the first 15 holes, before the temperature started dropping and the winds picked up. Arizona was on fire all morning as the Wildcats shot a three-under 285 and are eight-over-par (584) for the tournament to lead the way. Arizona was led by Julia Kraschinski, who shot a 67 today and is four-under for the championship (140). Arizona (584) leads the top 10 with Southern California (596), Oregon (598), Tennessee (599), Georgia (599), Stanford (599), Purdue (601), Duke (602), Auburn (604), and Texas

No Image Women's Golf Tied for 11th After Day One
Women's Golf 05/24/2000

Post-Match Quotes Beth Bauer fires a 72 on day one and is tied for fifth SUNRIVER, OREGON (May 24) - The Duke University women's golf team battled gusty winds for a first round 303 (+15) at the NCAA Championships in Sunriver, Oregon. The championships are being played at the Crosswater Course, which is a par 72 6,502 yards. The University of Oregon holds the lead after day one with a 295 (+7) with Texas (296, +8), Georgia (296, +8), Ohio State (298, +10), Purdue (298, +10) rounding out the top five. The top four teams all went in the morning and faced light winds. Duke was led by sophomore Beth Bauer with an even par 72 on the day and is tied for fifth individually. Kalen Anderson recorded a 74 (+2), while Candy Hannemann (78), Maria Garcia-Estrada (79), and Kristina Engstrom (81) round out the Duke scores. Stacy Prammanasudh of Tulsa has the individual lead with a 69. Duke will be teeing off on Thursday at 9:00 AM and ESPN2 will be covering the competition Thursday and Friday

No Image Women's Golf Ready To Defend Title
Women's Golf 05/23/2000

DUKE WOMEN'S GOLF @ NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS May 24-27, 2000 Sunriver, Oregon * Crosswater Course * Par 72 6,502 Yards 72 Hole Medal Play * 18 Holes Each Day *** The second and third rounds of the tournament on May 25-26 from 12:00-2:00 PM (PCT) will be aired live on ESPN2. Saturday's final round (May 27) will be on tape delay on ESPN2 at time TBA. *** Duke will be teeing off at times beginning at 1:30 PM (PCT) in Wednesday's first round. Quotes from Duke Head Coach Dan Brooks On the NCAA Championship "So far everything is going along smoothly I think with the team. We had a very good practice round today [Monday]. I get the feeling everybody has the right amount nervousness and energy about the whole thing. Nobody is getting uptight. That is all you can hope for after the first practice round day as everyone is getting used to the golf course and taking it all in stride." On winning the Fall Preview, any extra confidence? "I think it is more that they have played

No Image Review the Chat with the Women's Golf Team
Women's Golf 05/20/2000

On their way to the NCAA Tournament in Sunriver, Oregon (May 24-27) the Duke Women's Golf Team stopped by GoDuke.com to chat with fans about their quest to become back to back NCAA Champions. Chat with the Duke Women's Golf Team Tuesday, May 23, 7:00 pm Hosted By Total Sports GoDuke.com _FULLNAME asks _QUESTION_ANSWER"--> Sammy Watson asks Beth, did you play at a very young age? Are you a big hitter off the tee? Also, where is Cramerton, NC? thanks and good luck.I started playing at age 3. I was competing in tournaments at age 8. I also have a golfing family, including a father who was a pro. I am not a big hitter off the tee, maybe 240. Cramerton is about 15 minutes from Charlotte, NC. Sally Mitchell asks For the freshwomen: tell us what you think of going for it at this level? How has practice gone so far?Kristina: I feel that it is a good experience, I look forward to playing. Maria: I am excited, it is a wonderful experience no matter what

No Image Women's Golf Travels to Oregon to Defend NCAA Title
Women's Golf 05/19/2000

DUKE WOMEN'S GOLF @ NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS May 24-27, 2000 Sunriver, Oregon - Crosswater Course - Par 72 6,502 Yards 72 Hole Medal Play - 18 Holes Each Day Women's Golf Travels to Oregon to Defend NCAA Title The No. 1 ranked Duke women's golf team will be traveling to Sunriver, Oregon on May 21 to defend their national crown at the NCAA Championships. Oregon State University will be hosting the competition at the Crosswater Course. There will be two practice rounds on May 22 and 23 before competition begins on May 24. The Blue Devils are the defending NCAA Champions and will defend the title hosted by head coach Dan Brooks' alma mater, Oregon State. Brooks received his Bachelor of Science degree in History in 1981. He was a four-year letterwinner on the OSU golf team. Duke heads to the NCAA Championships winning five straight tournaments, which includes the East Regional and its fifth straight ACC Championship in record fashion. The Blue Devils won by 36 strokes over Wake

No Image Up Close with Dan Brooks
Women's Golf 05/18/2000

By John Roth The consequences could have been disastrous, but as always, Dan Brooks kept his cool. His Duke women's golf team was finishing off the first round of last year's NCAA East Regional in Blythewood, S.C., the tournament that would send the highly-regarded Blue Devils on to the nationals in Tulsa. Scores were rolling in that would place Duke near the top of the 19-team field after the first 18 holes: a 71 from Kalen Anderson, a 74 from Beth Bauer, a 75 from All-America Jenny Chuasiriporn. But a glitch unfolded when All-ACC freshman Candy Hannemann, also in contention for the lead, signed an incorrect scorecard at the conclusion of her opening round. The error disqualified her for the day, removed her from the running for individual honors and reduced the team's margin for error heading into the final two days. Brooks' immediate reaction to an unfortunate mistake that could have distracted the entire team in its quest for a championship? "He just told me it was okay,

No Image Beth Bauer Is A Natural
Women's Golf 05/16/2000

By Johnny Moore It's hard for Duke golfer Beth Bauer to remember a time in her life when she didn't have a golf club in her hand. Her earliest remembrances go back to when she was three years old. Basically everyday of her life has included some time hitting golf balls. She has won numerous tournaments, spent most of her life ranked at the top of her age group or level in golf, and usually has been the best women's golfer on the course whenever she plays the game. After being a member of the Blue Devils' national championship team last year, Bauer, as just a sophomore is the leader of a team headed back to defend that title May 24-27 in Sun River, Ore. She is coming off of a fourth-place finish at the East Regional in Columbus, Ohio, an event in which Duke rallied from sixth place on the final day to post its fifth consecutive tournament win of the season. Just like they have faced most of this season, the Devils head into the national championship as one of the favorites,