Krueger, Crosland move on in U.S. Women's Amateur

August 14, 2002|By SPECIAL TO THE SUN

SCARBOROUGH, N.Y. - Former Bethesda resident Sally Krueger fired a 1-under-par 70 and her two-day total of 147 sent her into this morning's match-play portion of the 102nd U.S. Women's Amateur Championship at Sleepy Hollow Country Club.

In hazy, hot, humid conditions for a second straight day, she was joined by Mallory Crosland, of Bethesda and the Chevy Chase Club, who put up a second successive 75 that included a birdie-birdie-bogey run that sent her through the back nine at 2-over par.

The cut fell at 151, and Jennifer Thompson, from Timonium and Chestnut Ridge CC, double-bogeyed her 18th hole (No. 9, a 361-yard par-4) to finish 78-73.

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