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California Golden Bears in Coaching
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  12/10/2010

Bears Who Are Head Coaches

The 2004 NCAA Division I Championship medalist, Sarah Huarte (2001-04) was a two-time All-American at Cal, capturing hoonorable mention honors as a junior before seizing first team accolades her senior season. A three-time All-Pac-10 pick, Huarte won the 2004 Honda Award as a the nation's top female collegiate golfer after leading Cal to a fourth place finish in the 2004 NCAA Division I Championship. After departing Cal, Huarte qualified for the LPGA tour in 2007, playing in eight tournaments after spednign two years on the Futures Tour (2005-06).

Huarte has spent the past two seasons as the head coach for the San Francisco Dons after beginning her coaching career as an assistant at UC Davis.

Sarah Huarte University of San Francisco Dons

Ria Quiazon (2000-03) captained Cal to a No. 2 national ranking, caputred NGCA West All Region and Pac-10 seacond team accolades following her final season in Berkeley. Quiazon also won the prestigious Anna Espenschade Award presented to the top graduating female student-athlete at Cal. Quiazon competed on the Duramed Futures, Canadian Women's, West Coast Ladies Golf, Orient Masters China Golf ans Ladies Asian Golf tours. Her professional highlights include playing in the 2006 Women's World Cup in South Africa and the 2004 U.S. Women's Open.

Quiazon has spent two seasons as the head coach of the Oregon Ducks. Prior to coaching at Oregon, she was the head coach at San Francisco.

Ria Quiazon Oregon Ducks

Anne Walker (1998-02) was a member of the Cal golf family for over ten years as a player and an assistant coach. As a player, she was Cal's first All-Pac-10 honoree. She also was a three-time first team Pac-10 All-Academic choice and an Adacemic All-District VIII pick as a senior. Her career culminated by being awarded the Pac-10 Medal of Honor as the Bears' top graduating female student-athlete.

As an assistant coach at Cal, she helped lead the Bears to compete in three NCAA Regionals and two NCAA Championships. From Cal, Walker went to UC Davis where she is in her third season as head coach.

Anne Walker UC Davis Aggies

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