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Incoming freshman Lucia Polo recently captured the North Carolina Junior Girls Championship, earning her second CGA Championship title. Polo qualified to be part of the Carolinas Junior Golf Girls Team in the Mid-Atlantic Junior Girls Team Matches in Pinehurst, N.C., July 26-28.
Incoming freshman and Knoxville native Teleri Hughes is currently on the AJGA and is competing in the Bridgestone Golf/Brandt Snedeker Music City Junior presented by Toyota in Nashville this week. First round action begins Tuesday, June 25, and wraps up Thursday, June 27.
Currently Lady Vol sophomore Emmie Pietila will compete in the Michigan Open, while her sister, upcoming freshman Hannah Pietila participates in the Michigan Junior Am. Senior Chessey Thomas will take part in the Washington Am.
Former Lady Vol Jessica Shepley begins the 2013 Women's Open on Thursday at Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y. She tees off at 2:42 p.m. ET and you can follow her live through the tournament <a href="http://www.usga.org/ChampEventContent.aspx?id=21474856689"> here</a>.
Recent graduate and Tennessee standout Erica Popson begins her professional career this week as she competes in the Michigan Women's Pro Am, while former teammate Sara Monberg is competing overseas on the 2013 NCAA All-Star Golf Team Asia Tour.
Former Lady Vol Nicole Smith competed in her first LPGA
event over the weekend at the 2013 ISPS HANDA Australian Open in Canberra,
Australia. Smith tied for 80th out of a field of 157 competitors.
The Riverside, Calif., native wrapped up the tournament 4-over par 296. She posted a 1-under 72 card in the first and second rounds each, while hitting even-par 73 in the third round. She finished the fourth and final round at 6-over 79. The top 82 competitors from the first and second rounds moved on to the third and fourth rounds.
Through the tournament, Smith notched one eagle and 11 birdies.
Smith's next LPGA event takes place March 14-17 at the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup in Phoenix, Ariz.
For complete results, click here.
Former Lady Vol Nathalie Mansson finished in a tie for 28th at the LPGA International Legends Tournament, a part of the Suncoast Ladies Series.
Mansson shot a first-round score of 7-over par 79, followed by a second-round comeback of 1-over par 73. The Swede carded a final round score of 4-over 76 to wrap up the tournament at 12-over par 228 in a field of 57 competitors.
The next Suncoast Ladies Series event for Mansson takes place February 25-27 at the Timacuan Golf Club in Lake Mary, Fla.
To see final results of the event, click here.
Chessey shares her birthday with Abraham Lincoln!