Zaharias won the AP Female Athlete award six times, with one of those awards for track.As badly as Sorenstam has beaten up on her competition this decade, maybe it's time for her to try another sport."When Annika comes to play, Annika comes to win," Lorie Kane said. Before she played in her first tournament of 2005, Sorenstam filed for divorce from her husband of eight years, a distraction that lingered until it was finalized in August.But she found refuge inside the ropes, adding a few more tournaments than usual, and winning at an alarming rate."Golf has been my savior, there's no doubt about that," she said.
All three were teens when they won, Pressel the youngest at 18 years, 10 months. Park's triumph also means that 25 of the last 31 majors have been won by women born outside the United States -- another undeniable trend likely to continue for some time."I really would like to thank Se Ri for what she's done for golf, for Korean golf," Park said, her left hand resting on the championship trophy. In addition to Inbee Park, other Koreans born in 1988 competing at Interlachen were In-Kyung Kim, Song-Hee Kim, Na On Min, Ji Young Oh, Ji-Yai Shin and Angela Park, who is of Korean descent but was born in Brazil (see page 42).
All of them made the cut at Interlachen, with In-Kyung Kim and Angela Park finishing T-3, five strokes behind Park.
S.) is more than her total earnings on the golf course all year. The focus has shifted from whether Wie will break par to whether the 18-year-old (as of tomorrow) from Hawaii should be included in the 20-player field gathered at Bighorn Golf Club in the California desert.
Driving the debate is Annika Sorenstam, who this time hammered Wie more through her actions than anything she said.
Danica Patrick, the rookie race car driver whose fourth-place finish at the Indianapolis 500 was the best by a female, received 17 votes.
Maria Sharapova got five votes for becoming the first Russian-born tennis player to reach No.
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Ammaccapane, who opened with a 66, made three of her five birdies on the back nine in the second round yesterday. Mc Gill, who had an eagle and six birdies, was seven under heading to the final hole, but she The skill and determination of Juli Inkster swept through the Kansas plains like a tornado today, building momentum and sweeping aside anything, or anyone, standing in her way.
Sorenstam, so often steady as a metronome, was battling a golfer's nightmare.
There were marshals scrambling to put down gallery ropes so she could have a better view to the fairway.
(Reuters) FERNANDEZ AND JACOBSEN TIED -- Vicente PRO BASKETBALL Nets Hire Cartwright as an Assistant Bill Cartwright, 47, a former center for the Knicks and a former player and coach for the Chicago Bulls, was hired yesterday as an assistant coach for the Nets. Pavin matched his career low with an eight-under-par 62 at the T. Sorenstam, the Danielle Ammaccapane took another step toward ending a four-year victory drought with a three-under-par 69 that allowed her to maintain a share of the lead after two rounds of the Betsy King Classic in Kutztown, Pa. career, and Danielle Ammaccapane, who has not won in four years, each shot a six-under 66 yesterday to share the lead after the first round of the Betsy King Classic in Kutztown, Pa.