TCU's Brooke Tull Named C-USA Co-Golfer of the Month
Oct. 7, 2003
CHICAGO - Preseason All-American Brooke Tull has collected her first official award of the new school year, taking home Conference USA Co-Golfer of the Month honors for September. The senior picked up one tournament title and a top-10 finish in the Horned Frogs' two events last month.
The Georgetown, Texas, native started out the 2003-04 season in style, claiming individual medalist honors at the Northwest Invite in Sunriver, Ore., in mid-September. The victory was the third collegiate tournament championship for Tull and her first since the Furman Lady Paladin in the fall of 2002. The two-time all-league performer posted scores of 74-70-75 to finish with a three-round total of 219 (+3). She helped the Frogs to a second-place finish among 16 teams.
She followed up that showing by tying for ninth place at the Dick McGuire Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M., after a three-over-par score of 222. Tull carded rounds of 78, 71 and 73 in that event, which featured five nationally-ranked squads. As a team, TCU placed tied for seventh out of 17 schools. For the month, Tull registered a team-best 73.50 stroke average.
Tull has been named C-USA's Golfer of the Year each of the past two seasons. She is currently rated 46th in the nation individually according to the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings system.