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Sports - February 1, 2019

Sports Shorts

HERE AT AUGUSTA ...Stanford junior Andrea Lee and incoming freshmen Brooke Seay and Angelina Ye have accepted invitations to compete in the inaugural Augusta National Women's Amateur, April 3-6. Cardinal junior Albane Valenzuela was also invited but is unable to participate. The prestigious, 72-player field includes most of the world's top amateurs. The first two rounds will be played at Champions Retreat Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. The low 30 players and ties qualify for the final round on April 6 at famed Augusta National Golf Club on the Saturday before the Masters Tournament.

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