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FORMER TULSA GOLFER LEE-ANNE PACE GETS FIRST LPGA TOUR WIN

TULSA WOMEN'S GOLFER ALEX HAUN FINISHES TIED FOR 8TH PLACE IN LAS VEGAS

TULSA WOMEN'S GOLF HOLDS STEADY IN ROUND 2 AT COLLEGIATE SHOWDOWN

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PRAMMANASUDH EARNS ALL-AMERICA HONORS AGAIN . . .
^ For the second straight year, Tulsa sophomore Stacy Prammanasudh was selected as a first-team All American as announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
? Prammanasudh is only the fifth Hurricane golfer to earn first-team All-America honors in two different seasons. Last year, she was the first freshman to earn All-America merits since 1983 when Jody Rosenthal earned the same award in her rookie season.
? She was also named to the GCAA Academic All-America team this year while maintaining a cumulative 3.82 grade point average in exercise sciences.

TULSA CLAIMS SECOND STRAIGHT WAC TITLE . . .
^ The Tulsa women's golf team claimed its second consecutive WAC Women's Golf Championship, April 24-26, at Forest Ridge Country Club in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
The Hurricane shot a final round 308 on the par 72 course, for a 54-hole total of 911, three shots better than second-place TCU. The Horned Frogs carded a 914, followed by third-place San Jose State's 927.
? Sophomore Stacy Prammanasudh finished in a second-place tie after scoring the final day's best overall round with an even-par 72. She tied with freshman teammate Maiko Senda, who hadn't finished better than 33rd place previously this season. Senda scored a three-round 223 total as well.

PRAMMANASUDH EARNS WAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR, TWO OTHERS EARN ALL-LEAGUE HONORS . . .
? ^ Sophomore sensation Stacy Prammanasudh was named the 2000 WAC Golfer of the Year, while she was joined on the all-conference team by senior Stacy Rambin and sophomore Dani Mallon. It marked the second straight season in which Prammanasudh was an all-league selection, and was the first year for Rambin and Mallon.
Prammanasudh, a two-time first-team All-American, finished the season ranked fifth nationally in the MasterCard Collegiate Rankings. She has placed among the top-20 in 10 of 11 tournaments this year, and among the top-five six times. She was named the WAC Player of the Week three times this year, and five times in her career.
? In 22 career tournaments, Prammanasudh has placed among the top-20 in 21 tournaments, and among the top-10 15 times.

A LOOK AT THE PLAYERS . . .
? Courtney Brosang . . . played in nine tournaments this year . . . her best career finish was 25th at the 2000 WAC Championships . . . had a 81.6 stroke average this year . . . played in 11 career tournaments.
? Dani Mallon . . . had four top-30 finishes in 11 tournaments this year . . . best finish was 5th-place at the 2000 WAC Championships . . . named to the all-WAC team . . . had a 77.4 stroke average . . . has played in 21 career tournaments . . . has four career top-20 finishes . . . placed 68th at the 2000 NCAA Championships.
? Stacy Prammanasudh . . . ranked fifth in the final MasterCard Collegiate rankings . . . placed in the top-20 in 10 tournaments this year, and the top-5 in six tournaments . . . won two tournaments this year, the Stanford-Pepsi Intercollegiate and Spartan Invitational . . . was the WAC Player of the Year for the 2000 season . . . had a team-leading 73.1 stroke average . . . has placed among the top-10 in 15 of 22 career tournaments . . . has placed among the top-20 in 21 career tournaments . . . played in the Fuji-Xerox US-Japan Matches in June 1999 . . . was a 1999 and 2000 First-Team All-American . . .only the fifth golfer in school history to earn first-team All-America honors twice . . . was the WAC Freshman of the Year last season . . . was recognized in Sports Illustrated's GolfPlus Faces in the Crowd (Mar. 22, 1999) . . . placed seventh at the 2000 NCAA Championships and 12th as a freshman in 1999.
? Stacy Rambin . . . placed among the top-35 in seven tournaments . . . best finish this year was 6th place at the Stanford-Pepsi Intercollegiate . . . also finished in 15th place at the WAC Championships . . . had a 76.6 stroke average . . . was an all-WAC selection this year . . . has placed among the top-25 in 13 career tournaments, including four each the last two years . . . underwent successful surgery on Sept. 6, 1998 to remove a benign brain tumor and returned to play in eight tournaments that same season . . . placed 15th at the 1999 NCAA Championships and 34th this year.
? Maiko Senda . . . has a 78.4 stroke average in 11 tournaments . . . her 2nd place finish at the WAC Championships was her best collegiate finish . . . prior to that, her best finish was 33rd at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational . . . earned first-team all-state merits as a high school junior and senior.
? Samantha Thomas . . . played in two tournaments for the Hurricane, both during the fall season . . . had an 83.5 stroke average . . . her first collegiate tournament was at the Fall Preview . . . won the district title three years . . . placed second at the 1999 Texas state tournament.
Laura Dillon . . . redshirted during the 1999-2000 season . . . won the Southwest Texas PGA Player of the Year honor last year . . . was a first-team all-state selection as a senior, and earned all-region honors both her junior and senior seasons.