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Coleman To Compete In U.S. Women's Open (Golf)

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    Former University of Colorado golfer Jenny Coleman is set to compete in the 70th Annual United States Women's Open Championship this week, marking only the second time in school history a Buff has qualified for the event.

    Originally posted by CUBuffs.com
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    LANCASTER, Penn. – Former University of Colorado golfer Jenny Coleman is set to compete in the 70th Annual United States Women’s Open Championship this week, marking only the second time in school history a Buff has qualified for the event.

    Coleman secured her place among the 156-player field back on May 18 at Serrano Country Club in El Dorado Hills, Calif. She earned medalist honors, shooting a 139 in the 36-hole qualifier, two strokes ahead of the second-place finisher. Three other golfers also qualified on the same course.

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    The 2015 U.S. Open gets underway at Lancaster Country Club in Lancaster, Penn. on Thursday, July 9 and concludes Sunday, July 12. Coleman will tee-off at 12:31 p.m. MDT, and is grouped with amateur Mariel Galdiano and Texas graduate Bertine Strauss. The first two rounds will be televised on FOX Sports 1 and the final 36 holes will air on FOX.
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    Congrats to Ms. Coleman. What a HUGE thrill it must be. Good luck the next 4 days!

    (Also from the article)- Can only say "Keep on workin' and improving" to the 3 other Buffs or Buff alums who JUST missed qualifying for the U.S. Open by what must be an agonizing one stroke. And, good luck to one of them, sophomore Brittany Fan, as she has already bounced back and made it to today's final of the Colorado Women’s Golf Association Match Play Championship being held at Littleton's Raccoon Creek course.
     
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