Current Press Release

May 15, 2000

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

Jordan Lintz Concludes Her College Career Placing 38th at the 2000 NCAA WestRegional:

Jordan Lintz concluded her four-year playing career at theUniversity of Wyoming in style on Saturday, May 13 at the NCAA WestRegional. While the senior from Rapid City, S.D., didn't quite reach hergoal of advancing to the NCAA Championship, she did fire a final round 73,one-over par, on Saturday to move into a tie for 38th place in the field ofthe top 126 women's collegiate golfers in the Western United States.

Lintz's final round 73 was her best round of the three-daytournament and moved her up 17 spots, from 55th to 38th. Only 16 of the 126competitors shot a lower round than Lintz on Saturday. She finished with a54-hole total of 226, 10-over par. Eleven teams and three individuals areguaranteed to move on to the NCAA Championships from the West Regional.Lintz was vying for one of the three individual berths. The threeindividuals who advanced, along with the top eleven teams, were: Maria Bodenof Oklahoma State, who shot a 213 and finished third overall, CarrieSummerhays of Brigham Young, who shot a 217 to tie for sixth place, andKristen MacLaren of UTEP, who finished ninth at 218.

Miriam Nagl of Arizona State won the individual title with aseven-under par total of 209. The University of Arizona won the team titleby five strokes over San Jose State. Arizona tallied a 12-over par teamscore of 876, while San Jose State finished at 17-over par 881. The WestRegional was played at the Karsten Golf Course on the campus of ArizonaState University in Tempe, Ariz.

"Jordan played a great round Saturday," said UW women's golf coachJill Johnson. "I told her after her round that she should be proud of theway she represented our program this year, because I know the University andthe people of Wyoming are proud of her accomplishments.

"Jordan held her own with some of the best players in the country,and she earned our program some excellent recognition. Her performance madepeople aware that we can play some pretty good golf in Wyoming. It was veryexciting to see her play at this level of competition. Jordan has been apleasure to coach. I can't say enough about the athlete and the person sheis."

Lintz concluded her collegiate golf career as one of the greatestwomen's golfers in University of Wyoming history. On April 26th she becamethe first women's golfer in UW history to win an individual conference titlewhen she captured the 2000 Mountain West medalist honors.

In addition to the three individuals who are assured to move on tothe NCAA Championship from the West Regional, the eleven teams that areassured moving on in the order they finished are: Arizona, San Jose State,USC, Arizona State, TCU, Stanford, Oregon, Pepperdine, Texas, Tulsa andNebraska.

Eleven teams and three individuals from the East Regional will alsomove on to the Championship. In addition, two remaining teams will move onto the NCAA Championship. Those two teams will come from the Regional withthe most teams ranked in the final Top 24.

If the West Regional ends up being the higher ranked Regional, theteams that will also move on from the West Regional are Oklahoma and NewMexico State, which finished 12th and 13th respectively at the WestRegional.

The NCAA Championship will be held May 24-27 at the CrosswaterCourse at the Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Ore., with Oregon StateUniversity serving as host.

1999-2000 Cowgirl Golf Individual Results

Katherine Kelli Jana Jordan Tara Kim JessiEvent Crowley Hanson Johnson Lintz Ludwig Nissen SantessonRFC DNP DNP 240 (+24) 228 (+12) 256 (+40) 249 (+33) DNP (40th) (12th) (68th) (60th)BYU 259 (+43) DNP 248 (+32) 230 (+14) DNP 167 (+23) 254 (+38) (70th) (49th) (5th) (WD) (64th)CU 162 (+18) DNP 163 (+19) 153 (+9) DNP 160 (+16) 169 (+25) (61st) (64th) (27th) (56th) (76th)UALR 242 (+26) DNP 248 (+32) 231 (+15) DNP 256 (+40) 243 (+27) (50th) (59th) (16th) (68th) (54th)A&M 171 (+27) DNP 171 (+27) 156 (+12) DNP 171 (+27) 168 (+24) (24th) (24th) (3rd) (24th) (19th)NMSU 248 (+32) DNP 262 (+46) 220 (+4) DNP 248 (+32) 244 (+28) (88th) (103rd) (2nd) (88th) (78th)Boise DNP 179 (+37) 180 (+38) 149 (+7) DNP 159 (+17) 146 (+4) (31st) (32nd) (4th) (12th) (1st)SDSU DNP 168 (+24) 179 (+35) 155 (+11) DNP 172 (+28) 163 (+19) (87th) (107th) (33rd) (98th) (74th)Dixie DNP 254 (+38) 269 (+53) 224 (+8) DNP 247 (+31) 242 (+26) (105th) (121st) (11th) (84th) (71st)Idaho DNP 277 (+61) DNP 230 (+14) DNP 245 (+29) 262 (+46) (41st) (2nd) (13th) (30th)MWC DNP 279 (+63) 256 (+40) 221 (+5) DNP 244 (+28) 239 (+23) (23rd) (22nd) (1st) (18th) (15th)NCAA DNP DNP DNP 226 (+10) DNP DNP DNPWest Regional (38th)

Strokes (1,082) (1,157) (2,216) (2,423) (256) (2,318) (2,130)Rounds (13) (13) (26) (32) (3) (28) (26)Avg. 83.2 89.0 85.2 75.7 85.3 82.8 81.9LowRd. 78 82 74 70 82 77 72

1999-2000 Wyoming Golf Schedule/Team Results

Event Date Finish/Score

Fall Schedule

Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic 9/7-8 13th of 16 / 968Fort Collins, Colo.BYU Invitational 9/13-14 12th of 16 / 983Provo, UtahHeather Farr/CU Memorial 9/27-28 13th of 15 / 638Boulder, Colo.UALR Ladies Golf Classic 10/18-19 13th of 16 / 1009Little Rock, Ark.Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander 10/25-26 2nd of 14 / 660Corpus Christi, TexasNew Mexico State Invitational 11/1-3 15th of 21 / 986Las Cruces, N.M.

Spring Schedule

Bronco Invitational 3/13-14 3rd of 6 / 632Boise, IdahoSan Diego State Lady Aztec 3/27-28 17th of 20 / 658San Diego, Calif.BYU Dixie Classic 4/3-4 19th of 25 / 962St. George, UtahIdaho Vandal Invitational 4/9/10 4th of 8 / 1010Moscow, IdahoMountain West Conference Championship 4/24-26 4th of 5 / 960St. George, UtahNCAA West Regional Championship 5/11-13Tempe, Ariz.