Pepperdine Women's Golf Signs Jayvie Agojo To National Letter Of Intent
Nov. 16, 2004
The Pepperdine women's golf team signed Jayvie Marie Garcia Agojo to a national letter of intent during the early signing period and she will enroll in school in September, head coach Laurie Gibbs announced on Tuesday. Agojo is ranked among the Top 20 junior players in the world and is No. 1 in the Philippines.
Agojo finished 11th at the 2004 Callaway Junior World Championships after shooting rounds of 76-76-71-71 for a 2-under score of 294. She shot 6-under par in her final two rounds to post the lowest score of any player during the final 36 holes.
"We are very excited to have Jayvie join the Pepperdine women's golf program next fall," Gibbs said. "She is an excellent student and has won tournaments worldwide against the best amateurs.
"With the young players we currently have in the program and the addition of Jayvie, I am confident that will continue to be among the top women's golf teams in the nation," Gibbs added.
Agojo also competed at the 2004 World Team Amateur Championships in Puerto Rico and finished 12th after carding rounds of 73-78-71-68 for a 2-over score of 290. She shot 5-under the last 36 holes and her final-round 68 was the low score out of 139 participants from 48 countries.
Among her victories in the United States are the 2003 Optimist International Junior Championships (16-18), 2002 Optimist International Junior Championships (14-15), 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 Temecula International Junior Championships and the 2000 and 2003 San Francisco Junior Championships.