Pepsi Qualifier Series presented by ClubCorp
Myrtlewood Golf Club, PineHills Course
Myrtle Beach, S.C.
June 17, 2001


MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.-- Jason Murray of Jacksonville, Fla., shot a 1-under-par 71 to grab medalist honors and qualify for the AJGA PING Myrtle Beach Junior Classic. Julieta Granada of Bradenton, Fla., carded a 77 to lead the Girls Division.

The Pepsi Qualifier Series event presented by ClubCorp was conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Myrtlewood Golf Club, PineHills Course, and featured 85 players representing 13 states.

Murray, who carded four birdies on the day, posted nines of 35-36 to lead the Boys Division.

"I played well most of the day, but I thought I messed up at the end of my round," Murray said. "On my final holes, I had a double bogey, birdie and bogey. I thought I would qualify, but I didn't think I would take medalist honors.

"If I play my game then I know I will place well in the tournament," Murray said. "I just have to stay focused and grind out the rounds."

Martin Ureta of Tampa, Fla.; Matt Collings of Newton, N.C.; Matthew Reed of Cartersville, Ga.; Richie Hunt of Elm City, N.C., and John Chandler of Sumter, S.C., rounded out the remaining qualifying spots. Ureta carded an even-par 72, while Collings, Reed, Hunt and Chandler shot 1-over-par 73s.

In the Girls Division, Granada carded nines of 41-36 to qualify for her third AJGA tournament.

"I am going to have a collection of these Pepsi trophies," said a joking Granada who also took medalist honors at the Henry-Griffitts Junior at Furman two weeks ago. "I didn't play well on the front, but I finally starting hitting my shots on the back."

Also qualifying in the Girls Division was Mallory Hetzel of Summerville, S.C. Hetzel carded nines of 39-39 for a 6-over-par 78.

The 54-hole event will be conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Myrtlewood Golf Club, PineHills Course, June 18-21. Tee times will run from 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. off the first tee. The tournament will feature 120 players representing 21 states, Canada and Puerto Rico. Headlining the tournament field are honorable mention Polo Golf Junior All-Americans Doug Kingston of Bethlehem, Pa., and defending champion Ashley Hoagland of Palmetto, Fla.

For more information about the AJGA PING Myrtle Beach Junior, contact tournament headquarters at (800) 283-3633, extension AJGA or visit our Web site at www.ajga.org.


MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- Qualifier results from the PING MYRTLE BEACH JUNIOR CLASSIC QUALIFIER conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Myrtlewood Golf Club, PineHills Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,612 Girls: 5,858


Jason Murray (2001) Jacksonville, Fla.* 35-36--71
Martin Ureta (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 36-36--72
Matt Collings (2003) Newton, N.C.* 35-38--73
Matthew Reed (2001) Cartersville, Ga.* 37-36--73
Richie Hunt (2003) Elm City, N.C.* 36-37--73
John Chandler (2004) Sumter, S.C.* 36-37--73

Did not qualify
David Donaldson (2003) Lake Mary, Fla.* 37-37--74
Adam Wallace (2002) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 35-39--74
Ward Williams (2004) Greenville, S.C.* 41-33--74
Dustin Johnson (2002) Chapin, S.C.* 36-38--74
Matt Lawson (2002) Peachtree City, Ga.* 39-35--74
Christopher Towery (2003) Greer, S.C.* 39-36--75
Stu Michaels (2001) Curwensville, Pa.* 37-38--75
Colby Witwer (2004) Duluth, Ga.* 39-36--75
Jared Miller (2003) Schnecksville, Pa.* 36-39--75
Frank Wrenn (2004) Greenville, S.C.* 38-37--75
Bubba Atkinson (2004) Charleston, S.C.* 38-38--76
Justin Swanberg (2002) Fayetteville, N.C.* 42-34--76
Dan Gossin (2002) Morrisville, N.C.* 38-38--76
Colin Floyd (2003) Loris, S.C.* 37-39--76
Matthew Bryant (2002) Columbia, SC* 39-37--76
Federico Salazar (2002) Delray Beach, Fla.* 37-39--76
Tyler Kassinger (2001) Evans, Ga.* 35-41--76
Jarred Texter (2004) Washington Boro, Pa.* 37-40--77
Austin Mitchell (2002) Greensboro, N.C.* 37-40--77
Brian Gussis (2002) Franklin Park, N.J.* 37-40--77
David Cangemi (2002) Jacksonville, Fla.* 37-40--77
Todd Coggins (2002) Gaffney, S.C.* 40-37--77
Eric Beringer (2003) Bryn Mawr, Pa.* 40-38--78
Andrew Chung (2003) Wellington, Fla.* 40-38--78
Alex Sturgis (2004) Rock Hill, S.C.* 40-38--78
Ben Smith (2003) Westlake, Ohio* 39-39--78
Alex Brammer (2003) Summerton, S.C.* 40-39--79
Justin Brett (2002) Greenville, N.C.* 37-42--79
Elias Esparza (2002) Weston, Fla.* 39-40--79
Alex Bidelman (2001) Cornelius, N.C.* 39-40--79
Zack Goode (2002) Forest City, N.C.* 40-39--79
Alex McNeel (2002) Mount Pleasant, S.C.* 36-43--79
Sam Rosati (2005) Oldsmar, Fla.* 41-38--79
Chris Yim (2006) Chester, Va.* 42-38--80
Evan Willingham (2005) Raleigh, N.C.* 37-43--80
Matt Box (2002) Christiansburg, Va.* 40-40--80
Brad Robinson (2004) Johnson City, Tenn.* 38-42--80
Kyle Stiles (2004) Athens, Ga.* 39-41--80
Jonathan Johasky (2002) Lower Burrell, Pa.* 41-39--80
Alan Mackey (2002) Greensboro, N.C.* 39-41--80
James Brogdon (2003) Marion, S.C.* 41-40--81
Joowon Ko (2003) Wellington, Fla.* 41-40--81
Thomas Skelton (2002) Clemson, S.C.* 42-40--82
Brady King (2002) Easley, S.C.* 41-41--82
Joseph Schrader (2005) Casselberry, Fla.* 40-42--82
Matthew Cox (2005) Shallotte, N.C.* 41-42--83
Austin Burcham (2002) Proctorville, Ohio* 43-41--84
Michael Jerolamon (2004) Clemson, S.C.* 41-43--84
Sungwon Jeon (2005) Tampa, Fla.* 39-45--84
Brian Gibbs (2002) Christiansburg, Va.* 43-42--85
Ryan Heisey (2005) New Bern, N.C.* 38-47--85
Chris Bagg (2002) Christiansburg, Va.* 40-46--86
Patrick Datz (2004) Bluffton, S.C.* 40-46--86
Wesley Hunt (2005) Fayetteville, Ga.* 39-47--86
Scott Spranklin (2002) Columbia, Md.* 39-47--86
Jonas Reid (2002) Easley, S.C.* 41-45--86
Andrew Magyar (2002) Duluth, Ga.* 46-41--87
Will McKeachie (2002) Charleston, S.C.* 43-44--87
Tucker Greene (2003) Milton, Mass.* 42-45--87
Nicholas O'Geary (2004) Henderson, N.C.* 45-42--87
Anthony Pennline (2002) Mount Pleasant, Pa.* 44-45--89
Todd Greene (2003) Mantinez, Ga.* 44-46--90
Daniel Triplett (2006) Bristol, Va.* 46-44--90
Mcarn Bennett (2005) Cheraw, S.C.* 47-44--91
Bryan Gricheck (2002) Greensburg, Pa.* 48-43--91
Brandon Bradosky (2005) Anderson, S.C.* 42-50--92
John Castrigano (2003) Lyndhurst, Ohio* 46-46--92
Brian Chappell (2002) Potomac, Md.* 44-49--93
John Walton (2004) Simsbury, Conn.* 52-42--94
Marshall Pickett (2005) Wilmington, N.C.* 45-49--94
Michael March (2007) Princeton Junction, N.J.* 47-48--95
Michael Mull (2002) Roanoke, Va.* 49-46--95


Julieta Granada (2005) Bradenton, Fla.* 41-36--77
Mallory Hetzel (2005) Summerville, S.C.* 39-39--78

Did not qualify
Laura Crawford (2004) Lancaster, S.C.* 38-42--80
Jacqueline Dickey (2005) Pembroke Pines, Fla.* 42-41--83
Sofia Niklasson (2002) Greensboro, N.C.* 43-42--85
Heather Weil (2002) Virginia Beach, Va.* 44-49--93
Kelly MacWhinnie (2003) Pittsburgh, Pa.* 50-48--98
Jennifer Wujciak (2002) West Caldwell, N.J.* 48-60--108

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