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TIFFANY LIM Now a senior at Harvard University, the 2008 NCGA Junior Tour Player of the Year is a two-time Most Valuable Player for the Crimson. In 2010, the Leland High graduate earned Rolex All-American honors and made the cut at the U.S. Women’s Open at Oakmont. In her freshman season at Harvard, Lim was the Ivy League Rookie of the Year. For her senior season, she has been named captain of the team.





JUSTIN PAGLIA With an eye on becom- ing a military offi cer, the former four-time winner on the JTNC Tour (2011-2012) now competes as a cadet at West Point. During his freshman season last year, the Dublin resident was one of Army’s top competitors on the course with a 74.07 stroke average, while posting a 3.424 GPA. A graduate of De La Salle High where he led the team to a CIF State title in 2013, Paglia was the only Army golfer to play all 30 rounds this past spring, helping the Black Knights to a second-place fi nish in the Patriot League Championships.





HANNAH SUH A junior at University of California-Berkeley, Suh qualifi ed for the 2013 U.S. Women’s Open soon after winning the prestigious Women’s Trans National Amateur. The 2009 NCGA Junior Tour Girls’ Player of the Year twice won the Central Coast Section individual championship (2010, 2011) while starring at Evergreen Valley High, where she was three-time team MVP. While at Ever- green Valley, she won the NCGA/CIF NorCal Championship twice (2009, 2010) with one runner-up fi nish (2011). At Cal, she’s led the team in Top 5 fi nishes the past two years (with four), and helped the Bears advance to the 2014 NCAA Championship.





Who’s next? Only a freshman in high


SHOTARO BAN A junior at the University of California-Berkeley, Ban has established himself as one of the stars on a perennially loaded Bears squad. As a red-shirt freshman, the San Jose native was named Most Improved Player. In the summer of 2012, Ban won the 111th annual Pacifi c Northwest Amateur. In 2013, Ban was runner-up in both the Santa Clara Amateur Championship and the Silicon Valley Amateur. This summer, the 2009 JTNC Player of the Year made it to match play at the California State Amateur. “Shotaro is solid in all areas of the game,” Cal head coach Steve Desimone said.





school, San Jose’s Sabrina Iqbal captured the 2014 Girls’ Player of the Year honors in runaway fashion. Danville resident Ty Akabane, at the age of 13, won the Helen Lengfeld Flight at this year’s California Women’s Amateur Championship And Justin Suh, the brother of


Hannah, won the NCGA Junior Amateur and CIF State individual championship. Only just starting to bloom, the


future of the JTNC looks bright. — Jerry Stewart


FALL 2014 / NCGA.ORG / 61


PHOTO: LINDSEY NOVITZKE


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