July 2, 2003
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
Florida State senior women’s golfer Katie Quinney is participating on the NCAA All-Star Golf Team as the team plays a series of tournaments to the Orient to compete throughout the summer. She is one of only ten golfers playing in the month-long tour. During their stay in the Orient, the team will travel to Korea, Thailand, Japan and Hong Kong for the different events.
The NCAA All-Stars will play in a total 16 different tournaments during their stay in the Orient. The events consist of pro-am and competitive matches against that country’s all-stars. The United States Army, United States Air Force and United State Navy along with the LPGA and NCAA are among the major sponsors of the month long tour.
Quinney, a senior from Atlantic Beach, Fla., has played in two US Women’s Amateur Championships, competed in the NCAA Regional and Championship tournaments along with an ACC Championship tournament. During the Spring of 2002, she accomplished personal bests while competing at the Ryder/Florida Championship for single-round score (71), three-round tournament score (228), tournament score vs. par (+12) and individual finish (seventh).
2003 NCAA Women’s All-Star Golf Tour
July 2: Muang Kaew Golf Course Celebrity Tournament
July 4: American Chamber 4th of July Tournament
July 6: JRJ Co. Ltd. Annual NCAA Tournament
July 7: JRJ/JLPGA Tournament
July 9: Misawa US Air Force Tournament
July 11: Sagawa Express Tournament
July 13: US Army Camp Zama Tournament
July 16: US Navy Change of Command Tournament
July 17: NCAA All Star Golf Invitational
July 19: Lehman Bros. NCAA All Star Team Annual Tournament