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Ryuji Imada, Tampa Imada, a sophomore at Georgia and a native of Hiroshima, Japan, shot a one-under-par 71 in the final round (213 total) to win medalist honors and lead the second-ranked Bulldogs to victory in the Morris Williams Intercollegiate at Austin (Texas) Country Club.
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April 12, 1999

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Ryuji Imada, Tampa
Imada, a sophomore at Georgia and a native of Hiroshima, Japan, shot a one-under-par 71 in the final round (213 total) to win medalist honors and lead the second-ranked Bulldogs to victory in the Morris Williams Intercollegiate at Austin (Texas) Country Club.

Randy Haag, San Francisco

Kim Welch, Sacramento

Haag, 40, the CEO of Spark Online, an Internet company, and Kim, 16, a sophomore at St. Francis High, won the men's and women's divisions, respectively, of the 83rd San Francisco City tournament at Harding Park. Haag, twice the club champion at Olympic and the Northern California player of the year in 1993 and '95, defeated Gary Vanier, 48, a stockbroker and six-time City winner, 2 and I in the 36-hole final. Kim beat Lisa Yamane, a junior at Cal, one up. With the match all square after 35 holes, Kim, the reigning Sacramento city champ, made a 12-foot putt for par at the 36th, while Yamane missed her four-footer for par.

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