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Julie Williams

Assistant Editor

Julie Williams joined Golfweek in July 2009 as an assistant editor and covers women's golf. She graduated in 2009 from Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo., where she played four years of Division II golf. Williams grew up in Brookfield, Mo., a town of 4,000.
 
• Favorite golf memory: Qualifying for the national tournament, in Pensacola, Fla., after winning a team playoff at regionals
• Dream vacation: Anything in Australia
• Best golf shot seen live: A teammate once pitched out of knee-high fescue off a downhill lie over a bunker to 3 feet right in front of a camera crew
• Best 18-hole score: I once shot 66 at my home course. The stars pretty much aligned for that one.

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Dalke, Horsfield trail Humphrey by one at Sage Valley

On a course that can be highly penal, Sage Valley veterans Brad Dalke and Sam Horsfield held steady with 2-under 70s, two shots back of 18-hole Junior Invitational leader Theo Humphrey.

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Florida making its mark with the NCCGA

Laura Kanouse was just looking for an opportunity to play competitive golf, and she's found her outlet with the NCCGA, putting together a quality team at the University of Florida.

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Player speaks of humility, gratitude at Sage Valley

During a week when junior golfers are made to feel like princes, Gary Player delivered a message of humility and gratitude Tuesday night at the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley.

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Another deep field takes aim at Junior Invitational

The Junior Invitational, relatively young in golf history, has drawn the strongest field according to Golfweek’s rankings since its inception in 2011. Count Corey Shaun among those who validate that reputation.

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ANNIKA Award Watch List: April 18, 2014

As the spring season progresses, Golfweek is monitoring the race for the inaugural ANNIKA Award presented by 3M to the best female college golfer. Here are 10 notable players to watch.

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Wilson leads Stanford to Western Intercollegiate title

Stanford's Cameron Wilson made a 30-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to win medalist honors by two shots over teammate Patrick Rodgers during the Cardinal's victory Sunday at the Western Intercollegiate.

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Blick wants to capture 10 victories at SJSU

As he closes in on the first half of his collegiate career, Cody Blick has completed 20 percent of his ultimate goal – as in, two victories down and eight remaining.

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Short games lift Washington into hunt at Western

Washington’s 2-over 702 total through 36 holes of the Transamerica/WFG Western Intercollegiate is a testament to the Huskies' collective short games. That and mental fortitude.

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Cal grabs 1st-round lead at Western Intercollegiate

All eight Cal players shot 73 or better as the Golden Bears took a two-shot lead after the first round of the Transamerica/WFG Western Intercollegiate Saturday in Santa Cruz, Calif.

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Pasatiempo's rich history reflects one of the Masters

A bright cobalt letterman’s jacket hangs in the golf office at San Jose State, but only until April each year. Sounds familiar right? This is the jacket the winner receives for the Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo Golf Club.

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