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Belen Mozo- Graduated USC in 2010. Mozo enjoyed a successful amateur career, becoming the first player since 1972 to win both the Women’s British Amateur Championship and British Girls Amateur Championship. While at the University of Southern California she was a four-time NCAA/All-American.
Sara Brown- At Michigan State University, Brown recorded four collegiate victories and was named the 2007 and 2008 Michigan State Female Athlete of the Year. Was a semifinalist at the 2006 USGA Women’s Amateur Publinks Championship and was the low amateur at the Michigan Women’s Open in 2005, 2006 and 2007.
Paula Creamer-LPGA Victories (9): 2005 Sybase Classic presented by Lincoln Mercury, Evian Masters. 2007 SBS Open at Turtle Bay, The Mitchell Company LPGA Tournament of Champions. 2008 Fields Open in Hawaii, SemGroup Championship Presented by John Q. Hammons, Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic Presented by Kroger, Samsung World Championship. 2010 U.S. Women’s Open LPGA Awards (1): 2005 Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year. The Solheim Cup (4): 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011
Blair O’Neal- Winner of the 1997 AJGA Ping Phoenix Junior Championship. Runner-up at the 1997 Women’s Western Amateur Championship. 1997 AJGA Rolex Junior All-American Team selection. Member of the 1997 U.S Junior Ryder Cup Matches and the AJGA West Canon Cup Team. Finished third at the 2000 Ping ASU Invitational while playing at Arizona State University. Finished fourth individually at the 2003 Pac-10 Championship. Finished eighth at the 2005 FUTURES Tour Qualifying Tournament. She was the winner of the Golf Channel’s 2010 “Big Break Dominican Republic” show.
Anna Rawson-In 2009, best finish was a tie for 13th at the LPGA State Farm Classic; carded a career-low 64 (-7) in the opening round of the CN Canadian Women’s Open, where she tied for 18th. In 2008, recorded a career-best tie for 10th at the Bell Micro LPGA Classic; competed on the Ladies European Tour (LET), where her season-best finish was sixth at the Finnair Masters; returned to theLPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, where she tied for 12th to earn Priority List Category 11 for the 2009 LPGA season. In 2007, competed on the LET and finished second at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open, where she lost to Bettina Hauert on the fourth hole of a sudden-death playoff; tied for 18th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn nonexempt status for the 2008 LPGA season. In 2006, competed on the LET and finished 10th at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open. In 2005, competed on the Duramed FUTURES Tour, where she recorded two top-10 finishes in 17 events. In 2004, turned professional in August.
Natalie Gulbis-At the age of 14, Gulbis won the California Women’s Amateur Championship. That same year, she became the youngest player to Monday qualify for an LPGA tournament (1997, Longs Drugs Challenge), a record that stood until Michelle Wie Monday qualified at the 2002 LPGA Takefuji Classic at age 12. Gulbis represented the state of California in two USGA team championships and was the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship medalist in 1998. She won four collegiate tournaments while at the University of Arizona, including the NCAA West Regional. She was named a First-Team All-American in 2001.