TCU's All-American Brooke Tull to represent country in USA vs. Japan Championship
June 23, 2004
Fort Worth, Texas - Three-time Conference USA Player of the Year Brooke Tull -- also a member of the NGCA Division I All-American second team -- will soon represent the U.S. when it takes on Japan July 13-16 in Chiba, Japan at Taiheiyou Club Ichihara Course.
The lone representative of Conference USA in the National Golf Coaches Association all-American collection, Tull prepares to travel to Japan in three weeks. She joins 11 other collegiate golfers in the USA vs. Japan face-off, including three other collegiate women and eight men's collegiate golfers. The only other Horned Frog to receive this honor was Angela Stanford, now on the LPGA Tour.
TCU has not had a women's golfer named all-American since Angela Stanford's four-year tenure from 1997-2000. Tull becomes the fifth women's golfer in program history to achieve all-American status. Also on Tull's hit-list are her two TCU Female Athlete of the Year awards, four individual tournament titles (second most in school history), and her final ranking of 25th in the Golfweek national polls.