June 13, 2000
April 27, 2000 -
Pullman, Wash.--- Junior Jennifer Dodd (Portland, Ore.) became the first women's golfer from Washington State University to earn All-Pac-10 honors when she was named to the conference's Honorable Mention team on Thursday, April 27.
Dodd closed out the 1999-2000 season with an impressive run that featured a fourth place finish at Stanford's Peg Barnard California Collegiate, and a 10th place finish at the Pac-10 Championship. She led WSU with a 76.1 average on the year and 7 top 25 appearances. The Portland native also helped guide the Cougars to their first postseason trip since the program's inception in 1983.
Arizona's Todd McCorkle was named the Pac-10 coach of the year, while Arizona State's Miriam Nagl received top freshman honors. Southern California's Candi Kung leads the All-Conference team after earning the medal at the Pac-10 Championship.
ALL-PAC-10 FIRST TEAM Candi Kung USC, FR, Jenna Daniels Arizona, SR, Miriam Nagl Arizona State, FR, Cristina Baena Arizona, SO, Amanda Moltke-Leth UCLA, SR, Jill Gomric Arizona, SR,
ALL-PAC-10 SECOND TEAM Stephanie Keever Stanford, JR, Mikaela Parmlid USC, FR, Hilary Homeyer Stanford, JR, Caroline Laurens Arizona State, SO, Elisha Au Washington, JR
ALL-PAC-10 HONORABLE MENTION Nicole Dalkas, USC, Leila Chartrand, USC, Linda Ishii, USC, Julia Krashchinski, Arizona, Kelli Kamamura, Washington, Laura Moffat, UCLA, Blair O'Neal, Arizona State, Christina Monteiro, Arizona, Lisa Meredith, Arizona State, Pam Sowden, Oregon, Anne Walker, California, Kim Rowton, Stanford, Jennifer Dodd, Washington State, Jerilyn White, Oregon
COACH OF THE YEAR: Todd McCorkle, Arizona FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Miriam Nagl, Arizona State CONFERENCE CHAMPION: Candi Kung, USC