UW Women's Golfers Earn All-Conference Honors
April 27, 2000
Junior Elisha Au earned a spot on the second team All-Pac-10 list following the conference tournament April 24-26. Au finished the three-day tournament tied for sixth place, the highest individual finish for Washington. The Hawaii native has made three top-10 appearances this season, her highest being a team-leading fifth-place finish at the NCAA Fall Preview, last September.
Sophomore Kelli Kamimura also received Pac-10 honors, picking up an honorable mention on the conference list. Kamimura had a 32nd-place finish at the conference tournament, and has made four top-10 appearances this season, including a second-place finish which lead Washington to the team title at the California Collegiate.
Last year, Au earned an honorable mention and Kamimura became the first UW freshman receive first-team conference recognition following the Pac-10 Championship.
Washington expects to receive a bid to the NCAA West Regional next Monday.
2000 Pacific-10 Conference
First Team: Jenna Daniels (Arizona), Miriam Nagl (ASU), Candie Kung (USC), Christina Baena, (Arizona), Amanda Moltke-Leth (UCLA), Jill Gomric (Arizona).
Second Team: Stephanie Keever (Stanford), Mikaela Parmlid (USC), Hilary Homeyer (Stanford), Caroline Laurens (ASU), Elisha Au (Washington).
Honorable Mention: Nicole Dalkas (USC), Leila Chartrand (USC), Linda Ishii (USC), Julia Kraschinski (Arizona), Kelli Kamimura (Washington), Laura Moffat (UCLA), Blair O'Neal (ASU), Christina Monteiro (Arizona), Lisa Meredith (ASU), Pam Sowden (Oregon), Anne Walker (California), Kim Rowton (Stanford), Jennifer Dodd (WSU), Jerilyn White (Oregon).
Coach of the Year: Todd McCorkle (Arizona)
Freshman of the Year: Miriam Nagl (ASU)