Forum staff reports, Published June 22 2010
Anderson is medalist in stroke playROCHESTER, Minn. – Oxbow, N.D., golfer Amy Anderson won medalist honors during stroke play qualifying at the Women’s Western Golf Association National Amateur Championship on Tuesday.
Anderson, who was a freshman at North Dakota State this past season, followed up Monday’s round of 68 by shooting a 69 on Tuesday. Her two-day total of 137 was two better than second-place Cyna Rodriguez.
Anderson advances to match play. Pairings were not available at press time.
Stroke-play qualifying Top 10
Amy Anderson, Oxbow, N.D., 68-69–137
Cyna Rodriguez, Santa Cruz, Philippines, 70-69–139
Juliana Murcia Ortiz, Tempe Ariz., 70-71–144
Mia Piccio, Long Beach, Calif., 72-72–144
Kimberly Donovan, Hopkinton, Mass., 73-73–146
Devon Brown, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., 74-72–146
Andrea Unson, Santa Mesa, Philippines, 73-74–147
Lauren Weaver, Scottsdale, Ariz., 73-75–148
Hailey Koschmann, Lake Forest, Ill., 74-75–149
Mandi Morrow, Kent, Ohio, 75-74–149
Jackie Chang, Paradise Valley, Ariz., 76-73–149