DURHAM, N.C.- Every Tuesday up until the NCAA Championship in May, Golfweek is announcing one of its top 10 golfers over the last 10 years at www.golfweek.com. This week former Duke four-time All-America Liz Janangelo was listed at No. 5.
Some of her noteworthy accomplishments at Duke were -- Four-time first-team All-American (2003-06) . . . 2004 Golfweek Player of the Year, NGCA National Player of the Year and ACC Player of the Year . . . Finished No. 1 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings in 2003-04 . . . Won seven college events . . . Set 18-hole NCAA record with a 9-under 62 at 2005 ACC/SEC Challenge . . . Set a 54-hole school record with 11-under 202 at Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate . . . 2002 ACC Rookie of the Year . . . Four-time All-ACC selection . . . Ranks first in Duke record books with 30 top-10 finishes and 55 rounds at even par or better . . . Member of winning 2004 U.S. Curtis Cup team.
Other top 10 honorees so far have been -- No. 6 Jenna Daniels (Arizona), No. 7 Virada Nirapathpongporn (Duke), No. 8 Maria Hernandez (Purdue), No. 9 Azahara Munoz (Arizona State) and No. 10 Katherine Hull (Pepperdine).