News for Friday, October 31, 2003


News 2003 October 31


2003: College - Fill-in leads Cowboys to win

For the most part, assistant coaches go unnoticed, living and working in the shadows of the head coach.

2003: College - UTEP’s Baryla leaps to strong spring start

When he was growing up in British Columbia, Chris Baryla’s focus was on baseball and hockey. Golf was barely a blip on his sports radar screen. At age 15, that changed.

2003: LPGA - American beauty

Beth Bauer strives to be LPGA’s next star.

2003: Nationwide Tour - After further review, it’s Ogilvie

Joe Ogilvie survived a few tense moments and bumps along the way to victory March 2 in the Nationwide Tour’s season-opening Jacob’s Creek Open.

2003: PGA Tour - Woods’ World

Things are back to normal, to pre-Woods knee surgery, to pre-Ernie Els worldwide victory binge.

2003: Perspective - A tale of two tours

The PGA Tour could learn a lot from the PGA European Tour about nurturing young talent.

2003: Newsmakers - Players pick safety over golf in Dubai

The show will go on in Qatar and Dubai. But several of the world’s top golfers have decided not to.

2003: Newsmakers - Lee stripped of Westfield junior title

According to her college coach, a big burden has been lifted from Sung Ea Lee. So has a big victory.

2003: Newsmakers - Mickelson seeks Harmon’s counsel

Phil Mickelson recently questioned rival Tiger Woods’ equipment, but obviously he has no problems with the swing instruction Woods has received.