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Amanda Blumenherst Cards 71 On Day One At U.S. Open; Sits Tied For Fifth Amanda Blumenherst Cards 71 On Day One At U.S. Open; Sits Tied For Fifth
Women's Golf 06/30/2006

After posting one of the best freshman seasons in Duke history and claiming National Player and Freshman of the Year honors, Amanda Blumenherst carded a one-under-par, 70, on Friday in the first round of the U.S. Women’s Open and sits tied for fifth, which is one shot out of the lead in Newport, R.I.

2006 Women's Golf National Champions 2006 Women's Golf National Champions
Women's Golf 06/30/2006

2006 Women's Golf National Champions

Play Postponed At U.S. Women's Open Play Postponed At U.S. Women's Open
Women's Golf 06/29/2006

After about eight hours of waiting for the 2006 U.S. Women’s Open to begin on Thursday, the USGA postponed play until Friday due to fog. The U.S. Open will now feature 18 holes on Friday and Saturday, while Sunday’s final round will be a challenging 36 holes.

Eight Blue Devils Set To Tee Off At U.S. Open On Thursday Eight Blue Devils Set To Tee Off At U.S. Open On Thursday
Women's Golf 06/28/2006

The 2006 U.S. Women’s Open is set to kick off on Thursday morning with a Blue Devil feel as eight former or current Duke golfers will play at the Newport Country Club in Newport, R.I. from June 29-July 2.

Lang & Blumenherst Finish In Top-20 Of Wegmans LPGA Lang & Blumenherst Finish In Top-20 Of Wegmans LPGA
Women's Golf 06/25/2006

Former Duke golfer Brittany Lang and rising sophomore Amanda Blumenherst each finished in the top-20 of the Wegmans LPGA on Sunday at the 6,221-yard, par 72 Locust Hill Country Club.

Lang, Blumenherst Enter Final Round Among Leaders at Wegmans LPGA Lang, Blumenherst Enter Final Round Among Leaders at Wegmans LPGA
Women's Golf 06/24/2006

Looking for her first professional victory, former Duke golfer Brittany Lang heads into the final round of the Wegmans LPGA one stroke off the lead at the 6,221-yard, par 72 Locust Hill Country Club.

Eight Blue Devils Qualify For U.S. Women’s Open Eight Blue Devils Qualify For U.S. Women’s Open
Women's Golf 06/14/2006

The U.S. Women’s Open in Newport, R.I. will have a Blue Devil feel in 2006 as eight former and current Duke women’s golfers will be competing in the second major LPGA event of the year. The U.S. Open will be played at the Newport R.I. Country Club.

Virada Nirapathpongporn LPGA Blog Virada Nirapathpongporn LPGA Blog
Women's Golf 06/12/2006

Virada Nirapathpongporn is a 2004 Duke graduate and a four-time All-America for the Blue Devils. She is a rookie on the LPGA Tour and is writing a blog during the season. Blog from www.lpga.com.

Grzebien, Blumenherst Named To All-ACC Academic Women's Golf Team Grzebien, Blumenherst Named To All-ACC Academic Women's Golf Team
Women's Golf 06/09/2006

The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) released the inaugural All-ACC Academic Women’s Golf Team on Friday with Duke’s Anna Grzebien and Amanda Blumenherst earning spots on the squad.

Blumenherst Selected Golfweek Player & Freshman Of The Year Blumenherst Selected Golfweek Player & Freshman Of The Year
Women's Golf 06/07/2006

Duke University freshman Amanda Blumenherst added three more awards to her very impressive resume this week as Golfweek released its end of the season college awards with Blumenherst earning Player and Freshman of the Year as well as first team All-America honors.

Lee, Blumenherst Named To 2006 Curtis Cup Team Lee, Blumenherst Named To 2006 Curtis Cup Team
Women's Golf 06/02/2006

Virginia Grimes and Jane Park, both USGA champions and past Curtis Cuppers, headline the eight-woman amateur golf team selected to represent the United States of America at the 2006 Curtis Cup Match, which will be played July 29-30 at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, Ore.

Amanda Blumenherst Tees Off In ShopRite LPGA Classic On Friday Amanda Blumenherst Tees Off In ShopRite LPGA Classic On Friday
Women's Golf 06/02/2006

After leading Duke to its fourth NCAA Championship on Friday and taking home five awards at the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) banquet later that evening, rising sophomore Amanda Blumenherst will play in her first LPGA event this weekend at the 54-hole ShopRite LPGA Classic in Galloway Township, N.J.