March 7, 2006
Schepperle of Hoover, Ala., will compete in
the Florida's Natural Charity Championship this weekend
at Eagle's Landing Country Club in Stockbridge, Ga.
The 18-year-old senior shot 71 Monday to become a Monday
qualifier for the event. In 2005, Schepperle won her
first AJGA event at the Ringgold Telephone Company Junior
Classic. She has signed a National Letter of Intent
to continue her golf career in the fall at Auburn University.
alum Amanda Blumenherst
Amanda Blumenherst wrapped up her stellar
freshman year by taking home the individual title at
the ACC Championship last weekend. The four-time Rolex
Junior All-American took home medalist honors two other
times this season. She finished the weekend with a 69-71-72
- 212 tournament total. The Scottsdale, Ariz., native
led the Duke golf team to it's 14th team title. It is
the 11th title in a row for the Blue Devils.
Grube of Stanford carded a 5-under-par tournament
total Sunday to earn medalist honors at the US Intercollegiate
by The Maple Fund. Finishing tied for second were Erik
Flores of UCLA, Garrett Sapp
of UC-Irvine, Kyle Gentry of Stanford
and Taylor Wood of USC. UCLA went on
to take home team honors.
AJGA Alumni in Men's College Golf...
Erich Schoen finished the Navy Spring
Invitational with a two day total of 139 to earn medalist
honors. Rider earned the top team honors...Northwestern
took home team medalist honors at the Robert Kepler
Intercollegiate led by Kyle Moore.
Seth Brandon of Indiana tied for the
top spot with Moore. Moore's teammate, David
Merkow, rounded out the top three...Texas Tech's
Oscar Floren finished 7-under-par at
The Aggie Invitational leading his team to top honors.
Baylor's Ryan Baca finished three strokes
behind in second...Ben Spitz of Rhode
Island defeated Binghampton's Jeff Wolniewicz
in a playoff at the New England Division I Championship.
The duo finished at 3-under-par and Binghampton took
home team medalist honors.
AJGA Alumni in Women's College Golf...
SEC Championship leaderboard was filled with former
AJGA golfers. Helping lead Auburn to its sixth team
title was senior Maria Martinez with
a 5-under-par three day total of 211. Finishing four
strokes back was Tennessee's Marci Turner.
In third place, Martinez's teammate, Margaret
Shirley, finished the tournament at 1-over-par.
Vanderbilt's Jacqui Concolino finished
in fourth followed by Georigia's Taylor Leon
and LSU's Melissa Eaton, who tied for fifth.