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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | August 1, 1998
Timonium's Jenny Chuasiriporn, who charmed spectators and a nationwide television audience as playoff runner-up at the U.S. Women's Open, moves to the international level today and tomorrow.She's on the U.S. team in the biennial Curtis Cup matches against a Great Britain-Ireland team at Minneapolis' Minikahda Club.Chuasiriporn, 21, will go off with Beth Bauer, at 18 the youngest team member and U.S. Junior Girls champion, in the first of three foursomes matches at 8: 30 a.m. The future Duke teammates -- Chuasiriporn will be a senior and Bauer a freshman this fall -- will oppose Kim Rostron, 24, reigning Ladies British Amateur champion, and Elaine Ratcliffe, 25.Completing the morning lineup will be Kellee Booth-Brenda Corrie Kuehn vs. Karen Stupples-Fiona Brown, and Robin Burke-Virginia Derby Grimes vs. Alison Rose-Becky Morgan.
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By John W. Stewart | February 2, 1992
The United States Golf Association has made official what many have been expecting -- former Owings Mills resident Sarah NTC LeBrun Ingram has made the United States Curtis Cup team.The Curtis Cup is a biennial match pitting women from the United States and Great Britain against each other.The announcement came after the organization's 98th annual meeting in Palm Beach, Fla., on Friday. At the same time, a new executive committee was elected, with Stuart Bloch of Wheeling, W.Va., the incoming president.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | August 13, 1998
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- It's not difficult to tell who is the featured attraction in the 98th U.S. Women's Amateur at Barton Hills Country Club.Jenny Chuasiriporn has been pictured in ads publicizing the event and was the only player afforded a gallery of ropes during yesterday's second round of medal qualifying. Then again, the 21-year-old star-in-the-making from Timonium was the only player who attracted much of an audience.While former Arizona State All-American Kellee Booth might be the player to beat after she continued her recent Curtis Cup performance by being the medalist at the Amateur, Chuasiriporn is clearly the player to watch.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | July 31, 1994
No matter which side wins the Curtis Cup when the 28th annual matches conclude this afternoon at The Honors Course in Ooltewah, Tenn., the women's collegiate golf program in this country can take a bow.Four members of the U.S. team and three members of the Great Britain and Ireland team were 1994 All-Americans.The Americans are Emilee Klein, 20, Arizona State; Jill McGill, 22, Southern Cal; Stephanie Sparks, 21, Duke; and Wendy Ward, 21, Arizona State. From GB&I, there are Mhairi McKay, 19, Stanford; Janice Moodie, 21, San Jose State; and Lisa Walton, 21, San Jose State.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | July 30, 1994
Sarah LeBrun Ingram has her priorities in order. It seems as though it always has been that way for the Baltimore native.Whatever drew her attention -- family, horses, golf, academics -- there was a focus on the interest at hand.That's why this week is so important to her. She is a repeat selection for the United States in the 28th Curtis Cup competition. The matches will be played today and tomorrow at The Honors Course outside Chattanooga, Tenn.Ingram, bothered by a muscle spasm in her neck and left shoulder, was bypassed for this morning's singles matches.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | June 17, 1998
The golf career of Jenny Chuasiriporn took another step up this week with the announcement of her selection to the U.S. Curtis Cup team.It was an honor that was expected for the Timonium resident, because her play over the past year had led to her being named the collegiate women's player of the year and No. 1 woman amateur in the country by the weekly publication Golfweek.The biennial matches against a team from Great Britain and Ireland will be held Aug. 1-2 at the Minikahda Club in Minneapolis.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 12, 1998
Jenny Chuasiriporn, much more in the spotlight than on her previous two trips to the U.S. Women's Amateur championship, started with a 1-over-par 73 in the first of two on-site qualifying rounds at Barton Hills Country Club in Ann Arbor, Mich., yesterday.This was three strokes off the pace set by early leader Jenny Glasgow, 21, of Corona del Mar, Calif., who shot a 70 over the 6,277-yard, par-72 course.Later, Glasgow was joined by Curtis Cup players Brenda Corrie Kuehn, 33, Fletcher, N.C., and Virginia Grimes, 34, Montgomery, Ala.The second round today will reduce the field of 144 to 64 for the match-play portion of the event.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | August 13, 1998
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- It's not difficult to tell who is the featured attraction in the 98th U.S. Women's Amateur at Barton Hills Country Club.Jenny Chuasiriporn has been pictured in ads publicizing the event and was the only player afforded a gallery of ropes during yesterday's second round of medal qualifying. Then again, the 21-year-old star-in-the-making from Timonium was the only player who attracted much of an audience.While former Arizona State All-American Kellee Booth might be the player to beat after she continued her recent Curtis Cup performance by being the medalist at the Amateur, Chuasiriporn is clearly the player to watch.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 12, 1998
Jenny Chuasiriporn, much more in the spotlight than on her previous two trips to the U.S. Women's Amateur championship, started with a 1-over-par 73 in the first of two on-site qualifying rounds at Barton Hills Country Club in Ann Arbor, Mich., yesterday.This was three strokes off the pace set by early leader Jenny Glasgow, 21, of Corona del Mar, Calif., who shot a 70 over the 6,277-yard, par-72 course.Later, Glasgow was joined by Curtis Cup players Brenda Corrie Kuehn, 33, Fletcher, N.C., and Virginia Grimes, 34, Montgomery, Ala.The second round today will reduce the field of 144 to 64 for the match-play portion of the event.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | August 1, 1998
Timonium's Jenny Chuasiriporn, who charmed spectators and a nationwide television audience as playoff runner-up at the U.S. Women's Open, moves to the international level today and tomorrow.She's on the U.S. team in the biennial Curtis Cup matches against a Great Britain-Ireland team at Minneapolis' Minikahda Club.Chuasiriporn, 21, will go off with Beth Bauer, at 18 the youngest team member and U.S. Junior Girls champion, in the first of three foursomes matches at 8: 30 a.m. The future Duke teammates -- Chuasiriporn will be a senior and Bauer a freshman this fall -- will oppose Kim Rostron, 24, reigning Ladies British Amateur champion, and Elaine Ratcliffe, 25.Completing the morning lineup will be Kellee Booth-Brenda Corrie Kuehn vs. Karen Stupples-Fiona Brown, and Robin Burke-Virginia Derby Grimes vs. Alison Rose-Becky Morgan.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | June 17, 1998
The golf career of Jenny Chuasiriporn took another step up this week with the announcement of her selection to the U.S. Curtis Cup team.It was an honor that was expected for the Timonium resident, because her play over the past year had led to her being named the collegiate women's player of the year and No. 1 woman amateur in the country by the weekly publication Golfweek.The biennial matches against a team from Great Britain and Ireland will be held Aug. 1-2 at the Minikahda Club in Minneapolis.
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By From Staff Reports | August 1, 1994
OOLTEWAH, Tenn. -- Janice Moodie of Scotland won the final hole yesterday to clinch a 9-9 tie with the United States, allowing the Great Britain-Ireland team to retain the Curtis Cup.Moodie defeated Carol Semple Thompson on the 18th green of the final match, 2 up, and earned the visitors the third tie in the history of the event that dates to 1932, and the first since 1958. The U.S. leads the series, 20-5-3.By virtue of the draw, Great Britain-Ireland retains the title it won in 1992 for another two years.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | July 31, 1994
No matter which side wins the Curtis Cup when the 28th annual matches conclude this afternoon at The Honors Course in Ooltewah, Tenn., the women's collegiate golf program in this country can take a bow.Four members of the U.S. team and three members of the Great Britain and Ireland team were 1994 All-Americans.The Americans are Emilee Klein, 20, Arizona State; Jill McGill, 22, Southern Cal; Stephanie Sparks, 21, Duke; and Wendy Ward, 21, Arizona State. From GB&I, there are Mhairi McKay, 19, Stanford; Janice Moodie, 21, San Jose State; and Lisa Walton, 21, San Jose State.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | July 30, 1994
Sarah LeBrun Ingram has her priorities in order. It seems as though it always has been that way for the Baltimore native.Whatever drew her attention -- family, horses, golf, academics -- there was a focus on the interest at hand.That's why this week is so important to her. She is a repeat selection for the United States in the 28th Curtis Cup competition. The matches will be played today and tomorrow at The Honors Course outside Chattanooga, Tenn.Ingram, bothered by a muscle spasm in her neck and left shoulder, was bypassed for this morning's singles matches.
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