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Goalie Hope Solo is back with U.S. Women’s Soccer team

Hope Solo jokes with media ( photo)

Goalkeeper Hope Solo, who has been out since having wrist surgery in March, is back with the United States women’s soccer team.

The 31-year-old Solo was one of 23 players selected by head coach Tom Sermanni to prepare for two games against South Korea, June 15 in Foxborough, Mass., and June 20 in Harrison, N.J.

Solo has made 135 international appearances with the national team.

Inbee Park wins LPGA Kraft Nabisco Championship

Inbee Park (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

LPGA golfer Inbee Park doubled her lead to six strokes on the opening hole of the final round and ran away with the Kraft Nabisco Championship in Rancho Mirage, California.

The win was her second LPGA Tour major title.

Park closed with a 3-under 69 to finish at 15 under, four strokes ahead of So Yeon Ryu.

Ryu shot a 65, the best round of the tournament.

The 24-year-old South Korean, Park, has 9 professional wins.

Ohio native Stacy Lewis wins LPGA event in Singapore

Stacy Lewis (photo by Wojciech Migda via wikipedia commons)

American Stacy Lewis won the HSBC Women’s Champions Tournament in Singapore, for her sixth career LPGA title.

Born in Toledo, Ohio and a product of the University of Arkansas, Lewis overcame two bogeys and some erractic putting on the back nine to hold off South Korea’s Na Yeon Choi by one shot.

The 28-year-old Lewis turned pro in 2008.


Info compiled from LPGA Tour

Grace Park pulls a surprise; retires in the middle of LPGA Championship in New York


In a surprise and shocking move, South Korean Grace Park, winner of the 2004 Kraft Nabisco major championship and winner of the Vare Trophy in the sane year for the lowest-scoring average on the tour,  announced her retirement from golf on Friday after the second round of the LPGA Championship.

Grace Park at St. Andrews in 2007 (photo by Musforce via wikipedia commons)

The 33-year-old Park made the announcement after her second consecutive round of three-over 75 at the Locust Hill Country Club in the year’s second women’s major tournament.

Park has not won an event in eight years and said dealing with injuries over and over had been a great frustration for her. She admitted that she did not give herself a chance to win and be a better golfer. “It’s my own fault for not taking care of my body.”

She has struggled with back pain since her days as a junior golfer.

The South Korean native, who now calls Scottsdale, Arizona home, went through two back surgeries and took three years off the tour to recuperate.

Park, who moved to the United States at the age of 12, went to Arizona State University and became the College Player of the Year, says it’s time to get ready for the next phase of her life. She is planning to get married.


Info compiled from LPGA Tour, Radio & TV news


Back from injury rehab, Pak leads LPGA event in New York; Park retires on Friday

Se Ri Pak (courtesy of LPGA Tour)

Se Ri Pak, the 34-year-old LPGA golf star from South Korea, had a nice return to the tour yesterday.

Playing for the first time since injuring her left shoulder in early April of this year, Pak shot a 1-under 71 to become the front-runner after the second round of the LPGA Championship in Pittsford, New York.

The shocker of the tournament on Friday was the retirement of Grace Park. The 33-year-old had some success on the LPGA Tour with six wins and a majors win, the Kraft Nabisco Championship in 2004.

Pak is at a 3-under-par 141, one shot ahead of Inbee Park (70), Paula Creamer (72), Mika Miyazato (72) and Sandra Gal (71).


Info compiled from LPGA Tour, Radio & TV news

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