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Player bio: Sarah Bedford :: Women's Golf



  Sarah Bedford
Sarah Bedford
Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Montgomery Village, Md.

High School:
Watkins Mill

Height:
5-4

Birthdate:
01/15/1979

On Bedford: will serve as team captain for the second year in a row...her maturity and leadership will enhance the quality of the team...played in seven of 10 events last year...hard worker who will compete for playing time this year.

Fall 2000: Participated in one tournament, the Draper Valley/Lady Highlander Invitational … averaged 83.00 strokes per round over two rounds.

Spring 2000: Participated in all five tournaments … averaged 88.90 strokes per round in eleven rounds during the inaugural spring season … stroked best rounds of 80 in the James Madison Lady Duke Invitational and the ACC Championships … Had her best individual placement in a tournament with a tied-7th place finish in the James Madison Lady Duke Invitational and also finished first on the team in the same tournament.

Fall 1999: Participated in two tournaments, the Unlimited Potential/Baytree Classic and the Northern Arizona Lady Lumberjack Invitational … averaged 87.70 strokes per round in five rounds during the fall … best round was an 83 in the third round of the Unlimited Potential Classic … her 83 marked her best score vs. par in the fall season, +11 … shot four of her five rounds during the fall in the 80's … top finish was tied for 73rd at Northern Arizona.

Before Maryland: A transfer from Radford University where she earned varsity letters in 1997 and 1998 … graduated from Watkins Mill High School in 1997 … earned all-county and all-district championships in 1995, 1996 and 1997 … earned All-Met honorable mention honors from the Washington Post in 1996 and 1997 … a four-time varsity letterwinner in golf and two letters earned in women's soccer … golf coach at Watkins Mill was Bob Brogan.

Personal: Born on Jan. 15, 1979 … daughter of Ann and Steve Bedford … enjoys many water sports including skiing, jet skiing and sailing … lists Paul Azinger, who overcame cancer in his shoulder, as her favorite athlete.

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