TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, March 30, 2004
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Tull’s exit leaves a hole in one golf team
As one part of Brooke Tull’s career nears its end, she hopes another awaits her in the professional ranks.

Senior golfer Brooke Tull said she dreams of playing golf professionally after she graduates next May.

She is well on her way to that goal. She has won four collegiate tournaments, including the Conference USA tournament her sophomore year. Tull has also been named C-USA Golfer of the year each of the past two years, and was TCU’s Female Athlete of the Year for 2002-2003.
Brooke Tull
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Senior Brooke Tull, a nationally-ranked golfer, will be missed by her teammates and coaches after she finishes her last semester.
Weekend sports follow-up
Center placed on watch list

TCU senior Chase Johnson is on the list of 36 players who have been named to the preliminary 2004 Rimington Award Watch List, which honors college football’s outstanding center.
 
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