March 8, 2000
UCLA will host the 10th Annual Pioneer Electronics Bruin Classic, Mar. 12-14, at the Menifee Lakes Country Club. The event will feature several of the nation's top 40 ranked women's collegiate golf teams, including defending champion Oklahoma State.
Menifee Lakes Country Club, which will host the tournament for the seventh straight year, will play to a par of 72 over 6,019 yards.
Seventh-ranked Pepperdine enters the 16-team tournament as the top-ranked team, followed by No. 9 Oklahoma State, No. 21 UCLA, No. 23 Oklahoma, No. 30 California, No. 34 Nevada and No. 39 Texas A & M. The Waves have won one tournament this year and boast two players ranked among the nation's top 25 individuals in junior Tamie Durdin (3rd) and senior Jenny Glasgow (22nd).
Other players among the top 50 include eighth ranked UCLA senior Amanda Moltke-Leth, 18th ranked Maria Boden of Oklahoma State, 42nd ranked Anna Jonsson of Texas A&M and 48th ranked Anne Walker of California.
The Pioneer Electronics Bruin Classic is part of the 1999-2000 Rolex Collegiate Tour, which includes nearly 200 men's and women's national and regional collegiate golf tournaments. The Rolex Collegiate Tour is administered by the College Golf Foundation, a non-profit organization funded with the corporate support of Rolex Watch USA and also sustained by an alliance with MasterCard International.