January 1, 2000
CoSIDA Verizon Academic All-District III Women's At-Large Team University Division
CoSIDA Verizon Academic All-District III Women's At-Large Team University Division

January 1, 2000
Campbell Finishes 20th at NCAA Women's Golf West Regional
STANFORD, CALIF. ? Sharon O'Neill finished 55th individually to pace Campbell University, which placed 20th after Saturday's final round in the NCAA Division I Women's Golf West Regional at the Stanford Golf Course. Making its sixth-consecutive NCAA Regional appearance, Campbell was unable to qualify for the national championship tournament. The top eight teams, including co-winners Pepperdine and UCLA, will advance to the NCAA Championship, May 21-24 at Auburn, Wash. Campbell advanced to the regional competition by winning its second-straight Atlantic Sun Conference championship on Apr. 17. CU has competed in NCAA Regional play nine times in the last 10 years. In addition to the top eight teams, Alena Sharp of New Mexico State, who finished in a fifth-place tie, and New Mexico's Kristi Larson, who tied for eighth, will advance to the NCAA Championship as individual qualifiers.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Drops to 19th After Two Days at NCAA Women's Golf West Regional
STANFORD, CALIF. ? Campbell University dropped to 19th place after the second round of the NCAA Women's Golf West Regional on Friday at Stanford Golf Course. Pepperdine leads the 21-school field at 592 heading into Saturday's final round in the 54-hole event. The top eight schools and top two individuals from non-qualifying teams will advance to the NCAA Championship, May 21-24 at Auburn, Wash. Campbell, the two-time defending Atlantic Sun Conference champion, is making its sixth-consecutive NCAA Regional appearance.NCAA Division I Women's West RegionalMay 9-11, 2002Stanford GC / Stanford, CAPar 72, 6168 Yards

January 1, 2000
NCAA Division I Women’s West Regional
NCAA Division I Women?s West Regional

January 1, 2000
Campbell Women's Golf Headed To NCAA West Regional
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Campbell University will compete in the NCAA Women's Golf West Regional Championship, May 9-11 at Stanford, Calif. The Lady Camels are making their sixth-straight regional appearance after winning the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship on Apr. 17 and earning the league's automatic NCAA post-season bid. Campbell is seeded 19th in the 21-team West Regional, one of three regional tournaments that will send the top eight teams and two individuals to the NCAA Championship that will be held May 21-24 at Auburn, Wash. A total of 324 participants have been selected for regional competition, of which 126 will advance to the national finals. 'I feel that we're going to be very competitive (at Stanford),' said 12th-year head coach John Crooks, who has guided his women to nine regional appearances in the last 10 years. 'If we play at our best, that should be good enough to advance to the nationals.'

January 1, 2000
Campbell Wins Atlantic Sun Women's Golf Championship
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, FLA. ? Sharon O'Neill tied a school record with a final-round 68 and Campbell University won its fifth Atlantic Sun Conference Women's Golf Championship on Wednesday at the Mission Inn?El Campeon Course. Campbell claimed its second-straight league crown and earned the A-Sun's automatic berth in next month's NCAA Regionals. Under the direction of 11th-year head coach John Crooks, the Lady Camels have made NCAA Regional appearances as a team seven times, including each of the last six years. Sparked by O'Neill's five-under-par 68, which equaled the school mark set by Sol Arenas on a par-72 course in 1997, Campbell shot 305 on Wednesday for a 54-hole total of 933 on the par-73, 6042-yard El Campeon layout. Campbell notched its second win of the year and second in as many outings after claiming its own Fighting Camel Classic on Apr. 1-2. The University of Central Florida, which led the Camels by nine strokes following Monday's play and by four strokes after Tuesday's second round, finished at 938 after a final-round 314. Georgia State (950) was third and Florida Atlantic (951) fourth in the 11-school event.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Narrows Gap to Four Strokes at A-Sun Women’s Golf Championship
Campbell Narrows Gap to Four Strokes at A-Sun Women?s Golf Championship

January 1, 2000
Atlantic Sun Conference Women’s Golf Championship Mission Inn El Campeon Course / Howey-In-The-Hills, FL April 15-17, 2002 / Par 73, 6042 Yards First Round Results:
Atlantic Sun Conference Women?s Golf Championship Mission Inn El Campeon Course / Howey-In-The-Hills, FL April 15-17, 2002 / Par 73, 6042 Yards First Round Results:

January 1, 2000
Campbell Wins Fighting Camel Classic
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? For the sixth-straight year and the eighth time in the 11-year history of the event, Campbell University has won its own Fighting Camel Classic intercollegiate women's golf tournament. On Tuesday at the Keith Hills Country Club Creek Course, Josefina Usandizaga claimed medalist honors and the Camels placed five golfers among the top 13 individuals to earn the team's first title of the 2001-02 season. Usandizaga, a sophomore from Tandil, Argentina, shot 75-74?149 on the par-72, 6075-yard Keith Hills layout to earn her first career collegiate victory. Usandizaga's 149 is tied for the fifth-lowest 36-hole tally in the tournament's history. Adrienne Millican, who resides in nearby Fuquay-Varina and is a freshman at East Carolina, placed second at 77-74?151. Campbell led by 17 strokes following Monday's first round 300, then shot 319 on Tuesday for a two-day total of 619, the sixth-best score in the 11-year history of the event. East Carolina shot 321-311?632 to finish 13 strokes behind the Camels in the eight-school outing. CU's 300 on Monday stands as the second

January 1, 2000
Usandizaga Finishes 13th at UNCW Seahawk Invitational
Usandizaga Finishes 13th at UNCW Seahawk Invitational

January 1, 2000
Campbell Slips to 10th Place After Second Round at Waterlefe
BRADENTON, FLA. ? Sharon O'Neill stood in 10th place individually, but Campbell University dropped to 10th place in the team standings on Monday after the second round of the Waterlefe/USF Invitational at Waterlefe Golf Club. The Camels fired an opening round 307 and were in fourth place in the 14-team event following the first 18 holes, but fell to 10th after carding a 332 on Monday afternoon. O'Neill provided the lone bright spot in the lineup, shooting 74-76?150. No other Lady Camel golfer broke 80 in the afternoon round. Federica Piovano of the University of Central Florida and Stacy Snider from Michigan State were tied for first place at 3-under-par 141 heading into the final round. Michigan State held a 20-stroke lead over second-place UCF entering the last 18 holes. The final 18 holes of the 54-hole event begins on Tuesday morning.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Fourth After First Round of Waterlefe Invitational Women's Golf Tournament
BRADENTON, FLA. ? Sharon O'Neill, Jayme Kolinski and Brandi Underwood all stood among the top 20 individuals and Campbell was fourth after the first round on Monday at the University of South Florida/Waterlefe Invitational women's golf tournament. Michigan State fired a first-round 293 on the par-72, 5909-yard Waterlefe Golf Club layout. The Lady Camels tallied a 307, just three strokes behind second-place UCF (304) and two in back of Louisville (305). The final 18 holes of the 54-hole tournament will be played on Tuesday. O'Neill shot a two-over-par 74 in Monday's first round to tie for 12th place. Kolinski was one stroke behind at 75, while Underwood carded a 76. Waterlefe/USF InvitationalMarch 18-19, 2002Hosted by the University of South Florida

January 1, 2000
Campbell Finishes Third at Green Wave Women's Golf Classic
NEW ORLEANS, LA. ? Sharon O'Neill placed sixth individually and Campbell University finished third in the team standings at the Tulane University Green Wave Women's Golf Classic on Tuesday at Lakewood Country Club. O'Neill, a junior from Mackay, Australia, shot 77-76?153 to tie with Tulane's Lindsay Hulwick for sixth place. Carolin Landmann of Tulane won medalist honors with a three-over-par 149 (75-74) on the par-73, 6008-yard course. Campbell senior Jayme Kolinski posted her best finish of the season ? a 15th-place tie with four other golfers, including teammate Josefina Usandizaga. Tulane won the team crown with a 36-hole total of 601 (308-293). Mississippi State was second (319-306?625), followed by Campbell (318-320?638), Memphis (321-318?639) and Mississippi (330-311?641) in the 15-team field. The Lady Camels also beat fellow Atlantic Sun members UCF (sixth) and Georgia State (13th). Campbell returns to action on Mar. 18-19 at the South Florida/Waterlefe Invitational.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Finishes Sixth at Edwin Watts Carolinas Classic
Campbell Finishes Sixth at Edwin Watts Carolinas Classic

January 1, 2000
Campbell Finishes Second at College of Charleston Women's Golf Tournament
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. ? Sharon O'Neill finished third individually and Campbell University shot the tournament's low round on Tuesday in the final day of the Edwin Watts Palmetto Intercollegiate Women's Golf Tournament. The Lady Camels fired a seven-over-par 295 to finish at 912 strokes, three behind team champion Louisville (909), in the squad's final outing of the fall season. Tulane was third (915), followed by Memphis (917) and South Florida (924). O'Neill, a junior from Mackay, Australia, fired a two-under-par 70 to finish at five-over-par 221 on the par-72, 5873-yard layout at the Oak Point Golf Club. Carolin Landmann of Tulane and Cindy Pasechnik of Louisville tied for medalist honors at four-over-par 220. Josefina Usandizaga was 12th at 229, while Lauren Robinson tied for 17th at 233. Senior Jayme Kolinski of Colgate, Wisconsin carded a career-best even-par 72 in Tuesday's final round for the Lady Camels. 'This performance certainly was a long time coming and a nice way to end the fall schedule,' said Campbell head coach John Crooks. 'Our team finally started to play up to its potential and we beat some

January 1, 2000
Usandizaga Highlights Lady Camels Effort at Hatter Fall Classic
HOWIE-IN-THE-HILLS, FLA. ? Campbell University Sophomore Josefina Usandizaga was the individual leader after two rounds of the Stetson University Hatter Fall Classic at the Mission Inn Golf and Tennis Resort's El Campion Course. Usandizaga and the Campbell team withdrew following Saturday's second round of the 54-hole tournament due to University policy regarding Sunday competition. The tournament was held at the same course where Campbell will defend its Atlantic Sun Conference Championship on Apr. 15-17. Michigan won the 18-school event with a total of 926, edging second-place UCF by one stroke. UCF's Federica Piovano, who was tied with Usandizaga with a 36-hole total of 151 on Saturday, fired a final round 71 to win individual medalist honors with a six-over-par 222. Campbell returns to action on Nov. 5-6 at the College of Charleston Edwin Watts Palmetto Intercollegiate Tournament in Kiawah Island, S.C.Hatter Fall Classic

January 1, 2000
Shoot-out at the Legends
Shoot-out at the Legends

January 1, 2000
O'Neill Ties For Ninth at Memphis Women's Intercollegiate Tournament
COLLIERVILLE, TENN. ? Sharon O'Neill tied for ninth individually to lead Campbell University at the Memphis Women's Intercollegiate Golf Tournament, which ended on Tuesday at the Memphis National Golf Club. The Lady Camels finished eighth overall with a three-round total of 985. Host Memphis won the event at 915, 22 strokes ahead of second-place Central Florida. O'Neill, a junior from Mackay, Australia, shot a final-round 84 after carding first day scores of 75 and 77 on Monday to finish at 236. Campbell, which has reached the NCAA Regionals in six of the last eight years, returns to action on Oct. 8-9 in the Shoot-out at the Legends in Franklin, Ind. [Results]

January 1, 2000
Campbell Remains Fifth After Second Day of A-Sun Women's Golf Championship
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. ? Sharon O'Neill moved into fifth place individually, but Campbell University was unable to gain ground on the leaders in the team standings on the second day of the Atlantic Sun Conference Women's Golf Championship at Indigo Lakes. O'Neill, Campbell's lone senior and a three-time all-conference performer, shot a two-over-par 74 on Tuesday for a 36-hole total of 153, seven strokes behind individual leader Sam White of Georgia State (75-71?146). Campbell freshman Sofia Gorelik is tied for 13th place at 156. Georgia State (298-306?604) holds a 12-stroke lead over Florida Atlantic (616) heading into Wednesday's final round. Jacksonville State (617) is third, followed by UCF (623) and Campbell (632) in the 12-school field. Campbell has won the event five times in the last seven years, including each of the last two titles. The final round is scheduled for 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday.2003 Atlantic Sun ChampionshipIndigo Lakes / Daytona Beach, Fla.Apr. 14-16 / Par 72, 5942 Yards

January 1, 2000
Campbell Fifth After First Round of Atlantic Sun Women's Golf Championship
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. ? If Campbell University is to claim its third-straight Atlantic Sun Conference Women's Golf Championship, it will have to overcome an early deficit for the second year in a row. Georgia State placed four golfers among the top eight individuals on Monday and the Panthers lead the 12-school field by seven strokes (298) over second-place Jacksonville State (302). Campbell, which trailed by nine strokes after the first round of the 2002 championship, is 14 strokes behind at 312 in fifth place. Anne Fraser of Florida Atlantic was the lone golfer to break par on Monday in the first round of the 54-hole event with a one-under-par 71. Nicole Wagner of Georgia State shot 73, while Florencia Moran of Jacksonville State is third at 74. Georgia State's Sam White, Lisbeth Meincke and Sally Bishop are tied for fourth place with Anna Greene of UCF and Amanda Pettit from FAU, all at 75. Freshman Sofia Gorelik is the lone Campbell golfer in the top 10 individually after 18 holes following a first-round 76 on the Indigo Lakes course. Junior Brandi Underwood shot a four-over 78 and is in a seven-way tie for 15th place after 18 holes. Senior Sharon O'Neill, who won the 2000 A-Sun women's individual title, shot a 79 and is tied for 22nd. Last year, O'Neill's final-round, five-under-par 68 propelled Campbell to the team championship.

January 1, 2000
Campbell 15th After First Round at BYU Dixie Classic Women's Golf Tournament
ST. GEORGE, UTAH ? Campbell University stands in a tie for 15th place after the first round of the 54-hole Utah Dixie Classic women's golf tournament, hosted by Brigham Young University. The Lady Camels shot a first-round 332 and are tied with Hawaii in the 22-school field. San Francisco leads the tournament after a 303 over the first 18 holes. Freshman Sofia Gorelik led Campbell with a first-round 79. Teammates Jordan Auten and Joan Shimozaki of San Francisco lead the field after shooting first-round 72s. Twenty-seven holes were scheduled for both Monday and Tuesday in the event.BYU Dixie ClassicSunbrook GC / St. George, UtahPar 72, 5787 YardsFirst Round Team Results: 1. San Francisco 303, 2. Nevada 308, 3. UC-Irvine 311, T4. Denver 313, T4. Idaho 313, T6. Portland State 315, T6. Cal State-Northridge 315, 8. UNLV 317, 9. San Diego State 319, 10. Brigham Young 322, T11. Colorado 323, T11. Washington State 323, 13. Colorado State 326, 14. Boise State 331, T15. Hawaii 332, T15. Campbell 332, 17

January 1, 2000
Tulane Invitational English Turn Golf & CC / New Orleans, La. Par 72, 6075 Yards First Day Team Results: 
Tulane Invitational English Turn Golf & CC / New Orleans, La. Par 72, 6075 Yards First Day Team Results:

January 1, 2000
Usandizaga Just Misses NCAA Berth; Campbell Finishes 14th at NCAA Women's Golf East Regional
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, FLA. ? Josefina Usandizaga missed qualifying for the NCAA Championship by one stroke and Campbell University finished 14th at the NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Championship Saturday at Mission Inn Resort's El Campeon Course. A final round 77 cost Usandizaga the chance to play in the NCAA Championship later this month at Opelika , Ala. She finished the 54-hole regional at seven-over 223, tied for 12th place individually. Meaghan Francella of North Carolina claimed medalist honors at seven-under 209 after a final-round 69. Duke won the 21-school event at five-over-par 869 (286-292-291). UNLV finished in second place, 22 strokes behind. Campbell moved up one spot to 14th at 947, but finished 27 strokes out of the running for an NCAA berth. The top eight schools and top two individuals not on the qualifying teams in the 54-hole regional will advance to the NCAA Championship, May 18-21 at Grand National Lake Course. North Carolina , Florida State , Wake Forest , Furman and Tennessee finished third through seventh. Oklahoma State won a playoff with Florida for the eighth spot. Adrienne Gautreaux of South Carolina and Adrienne Millican of East Carolina, who tied for ninth at 222, claimed the top

January 1, 2000
Usandizaga Ninth; Campbell 15th After Two Days at NCAA Women's Golf East Regional
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, FLA. ? Josefina Usandizaga recorded Campbell University 's lowest round in post-season competition in four years and moved into the top-10 after the second day of the NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Championship Friday at Mission Inn Resort's El Campeon Course. The senior from Tandil , Argentina shot a one-under 71 on the par-72, 6165-yard El Campeon layout, recording four birdies, three bogeys and 11 pars on the day. At two-over 146 (75-71) she sits six strokes off the lead of North Carolina 's Meaghan Francella (69-71?140). Usandizaga's 71 marked the second-lowest showing ever for a Campbell player in 12 NCAA post-season events. Sharon O'Neill shot a three-under 69 in the 2000 East Regional at Columbus , Ohio , en route to an individual berth in the NCAA Championship. Duke leads the 21-school field at two-over-par 578 (286-292). UNLV is 16 strokes back in second place. Campbell moved up one spot to 15th at 631 (319-312). The Lady Camels are 19 strokes behind eighth-place Furman (612).

January 1, 2000
Campbell Tied for 16th After First Day of NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Tournament
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, FLA. ? Josefina Usandizaga shot a three-over 75 and Campbell University was tied for 16th place after the first round of the NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Championship Thursday at Mission Inn Resort's El Campeon Course. Usandizaga recovered from a shaky start to play the final 10 holes at two-under-par to top the Lady Camel contingent. The senior from Tandil , Argentina is locked in a nine-way tie, one stroke ahead of a group that includes East Carolina's Adrienne Millican at plus-four 76. Campbell sophomore Sofia Gorelik shot a five-over 77. North Carolina 's Meaghan Francella notched a three-under 69 to lead the 108-player field. With four players among the top nine individuals, top-ranked Duke carded a two-under 286 and leads the 21-school field by 11 strokes over second-place UNLV. Campbell is tied with Louisiana State for 16th place at 319, 11 strokes behind eighth-place Florida State . The top eight schools and top two individuals not on the qualifying teams in the 54-hole regional will advance to the NCAA Championship, May 18-21 at Grand National Lake Course in Opelika , Ala.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Tees Off Thursday In First Round of NCAA Women's Golf East Regional
BUIES CREEK , N.C. ? At 1:20 p.m. on Thursday, Campbell University will make its seventh team appearance over the last eight years in post-season play when the Lady Camels tee off in the NCAA East Regional at Mission Inn's El Campeon Course in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. For the eighth time in 11 years, Coach John Crooks' Lady Camels will attempt to qualify for the NCAA Championship, which will be held this year at Grand National Lake Course in Opelika , Ala. Campbell earned the Atlantic Sun Conference automatic bid by winning the league title on its home course, Apr. 19-21, by 26 strokes over second-place Georgia State . Led by individual runner-up Josefina Usandizaga, Campbell placed four players among the top nine individuals (and five in the top 16) at the conference tourney. The 2004 A-Sun champion is seeded 19th in the 21-school field and will be paired with Northeast Conference champ St. Francis ( Pa. ) and Southwestern Athletic Conference winner Southern for the first two days. The schools will again tee off at 1:10 p.m. on Friday. Saturday's final round tee times will be determined by 36-hole standings. At the A-Sun Championship, Campbell registered its two best rounds of the season (295-294) over

January 1, 2000
Campbell Fifth After First Day at Tulane
NEW ORLEANS, LA. ? Alejandra Shaw was tied for 15th place individually and Campbell was fifth after the first day of the Tulane Invitational women's golf tournament on Monday at English Turn Golf and Country Club.Shaw, a freshman from Bosques Montemar, Chile, shot 78-79 (157) on the par-72, 6075-yard English Turn layout, which annually hosts the Compaq Classic of the PGA Tour. Senior Josefina Usandizaga was one stroke back at 158 (77-81).Tulane led the nine-school field after 36 holes Monday with a 13-over-par 589 (288-301). Mary Ellen Jacobs of the Green Wave led the 47-player field and was the only golfer under par (-3) after the first two rounds.LSU was second, 20 strokes behind Tulane, followed by Ole Miss, Alabama, Campbell, TCU, East Carolina, Mississippi State and New Orleans.The final round is scheduled for a 7:52 a.m. (CST) shotgun start on Tuesday.Tulane InvitationalEnglish Turn Golf & CC / New Orleans, La.Feb. 9-10, 2004 / Par 72, 6075 Yards

January 1, 2000
Sofia Gorelik Runner-Up at Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. ? Sofia Gorelik of Campbell University shot a collegiate career-low 70 in the final round and finished second in the 92-player field on Tuesday in the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate women's golf tournament hosted by the College of Charleston.Gorelik bettered her previous best score by one stroke and recorded the low round of the final 18 holes to finish two strokes behind East Carolina's Adrienne Millican, a Buies Creek resident. Millican shot 72-74-71 to finish at one-over-par 217 on the par-72, 5909-yard Oak Point Golf Course. Gorelik, a sophomore from Tandil, Argentina, shot 75-74-70?219 to finish at three-over.First-round leader Sapna Patel of the College of Charleston (68-76-76) and Katy Heher of Coastal Carolina (72-74-74) tied for third at 220 strokes. Campbell senior Josefina Usandizaga also posted a top-20 finish, tying for 18th at 229 (79-73-77).Notre Dame won the team title, finishing the 36-hole event at 892 strokes. Texas Tech was second (908). Campbell finished eighth, posting a 301 in the final round, to complete the 18-school tournament at 924 strokes.Last week, Gorelik notched her first-ever collegiate tournament victory at the John Kirk / Lady Panther Intercollegiate at Eagle's Landing in Stockbridge, Ga. Twice during her freshman year, she placed second in tournaments.The event was the last of the fall season for Campbell, which hosts the Atlantic Sun Conference Men's and Women's Championships next April.

January 1, 2000
Campbell's Sofia Gorelik Wins John Kirk / Lady Panther Intercollegiate
STOCKBRIDGE, GA. ? Campbell University sophomore Sofia Gorelik won her first collegiate tournament title on Tuesday at the John Kirk / Lady Panther Intercollegiate hosted by Georgia State University at Eagle's Landing Country Club.Gorelik, a sophomore from Tandil, Argentina, followed Monday's even-par 72 with a two-over 74 to win the event by two strokes over Lauren Smith of Augusta State and Maggie McGill of Middle Tennessee.None of the 61 golfers in the field shot par on Tuesday and Gorelik's first day 72 tied for the tournament's low round on the par-72, 5842-yard Eagle's Landing course, which is host to the LPGA Chick-Fil-A event. Kristin Lynch of Middle Tennessee, who was tied with Gorelik at even par after 18 holes, finished in a fifth-place tie at 151 after Tuesday's 79.Gorelik twice finished as a tournament runner-up as a freshman in 2002-03 ? at the Radford Lady Highlander Invitational and at Campbell's Fighting Camel Classic. Entering the tourney, the former top-ranked junior player in Argentina's best showing this year was a tie for 17th at the College of Charleston Cougar Classic.As a team, Campbell compiled the day's second-lowest score (308) to move up five places and finish in fourth at 630 strokes. Jacksonville State won the event by posting a 303 on Tuesday to finish at 613, two strokes better than Southern Mississippi. Middle Tennessee was third in the 12-school field at 617.

January 1, 2000
John Kirk / Lady Panther Intercollegiate
John Kirk / Lady Panther Intercollegiate

January 1, 2000
Campbell Finishes 14th In Shoot-out at the Legends
FRANKLIN, IND. ? Josefina Usandizaga of Campbell University shot an even-par 72 and Brandi Underwood tied her collegiate career-low round of 73 on Tuesday in the final round of the Shoot-out at the Legends intercollegiate women's golf tournament.Campbell recovered from a poor first-round showing to finish 14th in the 18-school field. Kent State won the event at 877 strokes, two ahead of second-place Indiana.Underwood, a senior from Hope Mills, N.C., was Campbell's low finisher at 229 strokes after her final round 73 and tied for 38th place in the 93-player field. Usandizaga, a senior from Tandil, Argentina, notched a final-round 72 to finish at 230 strokes and tie for 42nd place.Indiana's Karen Dennison was the lone player to finish the event under par with a three-under 213. Her final-round 69 propelled her to a three-stroke win over second-place finishers Denise Knaebel of Missouri and Brooke Tull of TCU.Campbell returns to action on Oct. 27-28 at the John Kirk Lady Panther Invitational at Stockbridge, Ga.Shoot-out at the LegendsThe Legends GC / Franklin, Ind.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Finishes Seventh at Cougar Classic
HANAHAN, S.C. ?Campbell University finished seventh in the 17-school College of Charleston Cougar Classic women's golf tournament at Yeamans Hall Golf Club on Tuesday.The Lady Camels shot a final-round 311 for a 919 total after carding back-to-back 304s on Monday. Notre Dame won the event at 889, followed by Furman (895) and Miami (897). Campbell edged East Carolina by three strokes for seventh place.Campbell's Brandi Underwood was tied for fifth place entering the final round, but finished with a 13-over 85 to fall into a tie for 33rd individually. Underwood shot a collegiate career-low 73 in Monday's first round, then followed that with a 74 in the second 18 holes. Sophomore Sofia Gorelik was Campbell's low finisher in a tie for 17th at 227 (78-71-78).Tina Miller of Miami was the lone golfer to finish the event below par. She shot 70-69-75?214 to finish two-under on the par-72, 6026 Yeamans Hall layout. Noriko Nakazaki of Notre Dame was second at 217. Furman's Jenny Suh was the only player in the field to break par on Tuesday with a two-under 70 and

January 1, 2000
Campbell Tied For Seventh After First Round of Cougar Women's Golf Classic
HANAHAN, S.C. ? Brandi Underwood shot a first-round 73 and Campbell University was tied with East Carolina following the first round of the College of Charleston Cougar Classic women's golf tournament on Monday.A senior from Hope Mills, N.C., Underwood was four strokes off the pace of Notre Dame's Noriko Nakazaki and Jade Polonich of Mississippi, both of whom fired three-under par 69 on the Yeamans Hall layout. Her one-over 73 marked the collegiate career low round for the senior from Hope Mills, N.C., who had carded a 74 three times during her first three years.Notre Dame shot a three-under 285 to lead the 17-school field. Furman turned in a six-over

January 1, 2000
Campbell Tied for Ninth After Second Round at NCAA East Regional Women's Golf
GAINESVILLE, FLA. ? Campbell is tied for ninth in the team standings following Friday's second round of the NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Championship.Heading into Saturday's final round of the 54-hole event, the Fighting Camels and South Carolina are one stroke behind eighth-place Vanderbilt. The top eight teams and top two individuals (not on a qualifying team) will advance to the NCAA Championship, May 17-20 at Sunriver, Oregon.Leah Wigger of Virginia is the individual leader at three-under 137 after a second-round 67. Jenny Suh of Furman is second at 138 after consecutive 69s. Liliana Alvarez of Tulane is third at 141.Three Lady Camels are tied for 38th individually at 151 strokes. Freshmen Camila Lopez and Veronika Falathova, plus sophomore Alejandra Shaw finished 36 holes at 151 strokes. Lopez and Falathova both shot 75-76, while Shaw recovered from a first-round 79 to shoot two-over 72 over the second 18 holes Friday.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Ninth After First Round at NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Championship
GAINESVILLE, FLA. ? Sofia Gorelik is tied for 12th individually and Campbell stands ninth in the team standings following Friday's first round of the NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Championship.Gorelik, a junior from Tandil, Argentina, shot a two-over 72 on the par-70, 6023-yard University of Florida Golf Course. The second round will be played Friday afternoon. The final round of the 54-hole event will be held Saturday.Ohio State set the first-round pace with a plus-five 285, two strokes better than host Florida (287) and six ahead of third-place Furman (291). Duke and Virginia were tied for fourth (292).Campbell trails eighth-place Pepperdine by three strokes after recording a first-round 297. CU is five strokes in front of 10th-place Princeton following 18 holes of play.Tiffany Chudy of Florida, Jennifer Selfinger of Ohio State and Jenny Suh of Furman

January 1, 2000
Campbell Women Eighth After First Day of UNC Wilmington Lady Seahawk Invitational
WALLACE, N.C. ? Alejandra Shaw is tied for 18th, and Campbell University stands eighth after 36 holes of the UNCW Lady Seahawk Invitational women's golf tournament at River Landing Country Club.On a day where only one below-par round was recorded, Campbell shot 315-321?636 to sit 31 stokes behind leader Georgia State (605) heading into Tuesday's final round.UNCW Lady Seahawk InvitationalRiver Landing CC / Wallace, N.C.Apr. 4-5, 2005 / Par 72, 6134 Yards

January 1, 2000
Campbell Leads After First Round of Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. ? Sofia Gorelik shot a season-low, one-under 71 and Campbell is tied with Louisville after the first round of the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate women's golf tournament at Oak Point Golf Club.Campbell, which has won its last two tournaments, shot a first-round 298 to share the team lead with the Cardinals. Michigan and Notre Dame are tied for third in the 18-school event following opening round 300s.Mayumi Kobayashi of Wisconsin carded a three-under 69 on the par-72, 5902-yard Oak Point layout to take the individual lead by one stroke over Adrienne Millican of East Carolina. Gorelik is in a three-way tie for third with Louisville's Meghan Little and Stacy Brown of Notre Dame.Campbell sophomore Maite Ortiz de Pinedo is eighth at 73, while sophomore Alejandra Shaw is tied for ninth at two-over 74. The tournament concludes Tuesday.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Leads After First Day of Hatter Fall Classic
Campbell Leads After First Day of Hatter Fall ClassicDeLAND, FLA. ? Four Campbell golfers stand among the top 13 individuals and Campbell leads by six strokes heading into Tuesday's final round of the Hatter Fall Classic women's golf tournament.Campbell sophomore Maite Ortiz de Pinedo was the lone golfer to break par in Monday's first round, firing a three-under 69 on the par-72, 5963-yard Victoria Hills Golf Club layout. She holds a three-stroke lead over Ashley Grier of UCF and Lisbeth Meincke of Georgia State entering the final 18 holes.The Lady Camels shot a season-low 295 to take a six-stroke edge over Georgia State in the 13- team standings. UCF is third (306) in a field that includes eight Atlantic Sun Conference schools. Stetson will host the A-Sun Championship next April at Victoria Hills.Sophomore Alejandra Shaw of Campbell, the 2004 A-Sun Freshman of the Year

January 1, 2000
Campbell to Host 2007 Atlantic Sun Women's Golf Championship at Keith Hills
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Campbell University will host the 2007 Atlantic Sun Conference women's golf championship at Keith Hills Country Club, one of five 2006-07 championship sites determined at the annual league spring meetings.In addition, the A-Sun set 2006-07 championship sites for men's golf (Waverly, Ga.), men's and women's tennis (Johnson City, Tenn.) and softball (DeLand, Fla.).Women's Golf Headed Back to Buies CreekKeith Hills No. 1 will host the event for the second time in four years. Campbell won its seventh league title in April and will have the opportunity to repeat as league champions next spring on its home course. Under the direction of National Golf Coaches Association Hall of Fame head coach John Crooks, Campbell has finished either first (seven times) or second (four) in the league tournaments standings 11 times in the 12 years since joining the Atlantic Sun.When the Lady Camels won the 2004 A-Sun crown at Keith Hills No. 1, Campbell shot an A-Sun Championship record 890 in the 54-hole event. Coach Crooks will return five of his top six golfers from this year's team, including rising senior Alejandra Shaw, the 2006 Atlantic Sun Player of the Year and league tournament medalist, and two-time all-conference selection Maite Ortiz de Pinedo.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Headed to Bryan Park for NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Championship
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Campbell will remain in-state next week for the NCAA East Regional Women's Golf Championship at Bryan Park National in Browns Summit.'I'm just excited to be able to play in the state of North Carolina, where our fans and supporters will have a chance to see our ladies play in NCAA post-season competition. Bryan Park is a great golf course, and we just look forward to the opportunity,' said head coach John Crooks, who guided the Lady Camels to their 12th NCAA regional berth in the last 14 years.Campbell was one of 63 schools nationwide to earn a spot in one of three regional tournaments. The Lady Camels won the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship on Apr. 12 to clinch the league's automatic berth in the NCAA regional.Three regional tournaments will be conducted May 11-13 to determine the championships field. The Central Regional will be held at College Station, Texas, while the West Regional is in Auburn, Wash.A total of 324 participants have been selected for the regional competition. Of these players, 126 will advance to the championships finals. Eight teams and two individuals will advance from each region. The championships finals will be held May 23-26 at the Scarlet Course, Columbus, Ohio, hosted by Ohio State University. The East regional will be played May 11-13 at the Bryan Park Golf Course, hosted by Wake Forest University. Campbell is seeded 18th in the 21-school field. Arizona State, Auburn, Tennessee, Wake Forest and California are the top five seeds.Campbell won two tournaments during the 2005-06 season ? the Stetson Invitiational and Atlantic Sun Championship ?