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Blumenherst & Lee Advance On At U.S. Women’s Open Blumenherst & Lee Advance On At U.S. Women’s Open
Women's Golf 06/30/2007

Current Duke women's golf team members Amanda Blumenherst and Jennie Lee each made the cut at the 2007 U.S. Women's Open and are midway through their third round of action at the 6,664-yard, Par 71 Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Course in Southern Pines, N.C.  The third round was suspended due to darkness on Saturday evening.  The Duke duo were two of only four amateurs who made the cut. 

Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part V Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part V
Women's Golf 06/30/2007

Amanda Blumenherst, a rising junior at Duke University, is playing in the 62nd U.S. Women's Open this week at Pine Needles. Blumenherst agreed to have her championship week chronicled each day by The Sanford Herald. This article is the fifth in that series.

Inclement Weather Halts Play At U.S. Women’s Open Inclement Weather Halts Play At U.S. Women’s Open
Women's Golf 06/29/2007

From Duke only Amanda Blumenherst and Brittany Lang were able to see action on Friday at the 2007 U.S. Women's Open as inclement weather halted play on two different occasions in the afternoon.  This led to 53 golfers left on the course when play was delayed, for the second time at 3:18 p.m., and another 78 golfers didn't even make it to the first tee.

Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part IV Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part IV
Women's Golf 06/29/2007

Amanda Blumenherst, a rising junior at Duke University, is playing in the 62nd U.S. Women's Open this week at Pine Needles. Blumenherst agreed to have her championship week chronicled each day by The Sanford Herald. This article is the fourth in that series.

Blumenherst & Lee Shine On Day One At U.S. Women’s Open Blumenherst & Lee Shine On Day One At U.S. Women’s Open
Women's Golf 06/28/2007

Despite battling a nearly four-hour weather delay on day one of the 2007 U.S. Women's Open, Duke University golfers Amanda Blumenherst and Jennie Lee each stand at even par on the 6,664-yard, Par 71 Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Course in Southern Pines, N.C.

Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part III Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part III
Women's Golf 06/28/2007

Amanda Blumenherst, a rising junior at Duke University, is playing in the 62nd U.S. Women's Open this week at Pine Needles. Blumenherst agreed to have her championship week chronicled each day by The Sanford Herald. This article is the third in that series.

Four Blue Devils Named To All-ACC Academic Team Four Blue Devils Named To All-ACC Academic Team
Women's Golf 06/28/2007

Eight golfers who earned All-Conference honors this past season secured spots on the 2007 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Women's Golf Team as announced today by Commissioner John D. Swofford. 

Four Blue Devils Set To Tee Off In 2007 U.S. Women’s Open Four Blue Devils Set To Tee Off In 2007 U.S. Women’s Open
Women's Golf 06/27/2007

Just down the road from Duke University in Southern Pines, N.C., four Blue Devils are set to tee off in the 2007 U.S. Women's Open, which will be held at Pine Needles June 28 through July 1.  The Duke golfers teeing off include Jennie Lee, Amanda Blumenherst, Brittany Lang and Kristina Engstrom Tucker.

Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part II Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part II
Women's Golf 06/27/2007

If Amanda Blumenherst is ever going to be nervous this week, it would have showed on the 10th tee to start Tuesday¹s practice round.  Her shuttle slow to arrive for the 12:30 p.m. tee time, Blumenherst was the last player to arrive at the tee. There awaiting her could best be described as a Solheim Cup All-Star team of sorts. A trio of European stars - Laura Davies, LPGA Championship winner Suzann Pettersen and Sophie Gustafson.

Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part I Herald's Inside Look At Blumenherst During The U.S. Women's Open Part I
Women's Golf 06/25/2007

Amanda Blumenherst, a rising junior at Duke University, is playing in the 62nd U.S. Women's Open this week at Pine Needles.Blumenherst agreed to have her championship week chronicled each day by The Sanford Herald. This article is the first in that series.

Blue Devil Information For U.S. Open This Week Blue Devil Information For U.S. Open This Week
Women's Golf 06/24/2007

For those fans and media interested in tee times for Duke golfers over the next three days of practice rounds at the 2007 U.S. Women's Open here is some information that will help you follow the Blue Devils.  The U.S. Open will take place from June 28 through July 1 at Pine Needles in Southern Pines, N.C.

Jennie Lee & USA Win Copa de las Americas Jennie Lee & USA Win Copa de las Americas
Women's Golf 06/24/2007

The United States of America, including Duke's Jennie Lee, won the Copa de las Americas, an international team golf competition played every two years for countries in the Western Hemisphere, on Saturday.