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2011 California State Champions

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  • 2009 Southern California CC Champions
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  • 2008-09-11-12-13 Conf. Overall Champions
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  • 2008-11 Southern California Finals 2nd place
  • 2008-09 California State CC Finals 3rd place
  • 2009 So. California Champion: Beth Sellers
  • 2008 So. California Champion: Cora Busby

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PC is 7th after first 18 holes of Desert Classic

PALM DESERT (8-30-2014) -- Palomar is in 7th place in an 11-team field after the first 18 holes in the 36-hole Desert Classic on Saturday at Indian Canyons Golf Resort. The tournament will conclude on Sunday.

College of the Desert, the host team, leads with a 296 score, followed by Sierra (314), Mt. SAC (327), Sacramento City College (328), Butte (331), Irvine Valley (333). the Comets (334), Citrus (344), defending state champion Santa Barbara City College (348), West Hills-Coalinga (357) and Bakersfield (408).

COD's Brooke Raney leads the individual field of 59 with a 1-under 71 after the first day. For Palomar, Deanna Bird is tied for 15th place after the first 18 holes with a 79. PC teammates Jessica Campbell (81), Brittney Bilek (83) and Samantha Runnels (91) are the other Comets in the tournament field.

Palomar won the CCCAA State Community College championship two years ago and captured the Orange Empire Conference title last season.

Honnes to Cal State Fullerton on scholarship

FULLERTON (8-26-2014) -- Vanessa Honnes, who qualified for the California Community College Athletic Association State Tournament last season after helping the Comets to the Orange Empire Conference championship, has transferred to Cal State Fullerton on a Division I golf scholarship.

The Titans of the Big West Conference will open the fall portion of their split schedule on Sept. 15-16 when they play in the Minniesota Invitational which will be hosted by the University of Minnesota at Minikahdai Club in Minneapolis. They'll also play in the Rose City Challenge hosted by Portland State, the Price's New Mexico State Invitational and the Wahine Invitational hosted by the University of Hawaii, closing out their fall schedule. Cal State Fullerton will resume its 2014-15 season in February.

Honnes is an Edison High School (Huntington Beach) product who transferred from Irvine Valley College to Palomar after the 2012 season to play for coach Mark Eldridge.

She medaled with a 2-under par 70 last Sept. 13 on the 5545-yard El Prado Golf Club Course in Chino as the Comets broke their school team scoring record with a 293 total. Palomar won an eight-team conference match by 30 strokes over the day's second-place team finisher, Fullerton College. Honnes and the Comets outdistanced the Hornets 293-323.

In December, Sadye Busby accepted a scholarship to Fresno State. The Bulldogs will open the fall part of their schedule on Sept. 8-9 at the Ram Classic hosted by Colorado State University at the Ptarmigan Country Club in Fort Collins, Colorado. Cal State Fullerton and Fresno State will square off at the Wahine Invitational.

Palomar's Sadye Busby is Division I bound on a scholarship. Here she nails a putt at San Clemente Municipal Golf Club in an Orange Empire Conference 8-way match in October. -- Photo by Hugh Cox

Busby takes D-I scholarship to Fresno State

FRESNO (12-12-2013) -- Palomar golfer Sadye Busby, a sophomore from Torrey Pines High School, has accepted a scholarship to Fresno State.

Busby, who helped the Comets to the 2011 state championship, used her redshirt year the following season and returned this year to gain Orange Empire Conference Player of the Year honors, placed fifth in the 2013 CCCAA State Championships at Tracy, CA.

Busby set a Palomar single-round record when she carded a 6-under 66 on the first day of the 36-hole Desert Classic which opened the season on Aug. 31 on the South Course at Indian Canyons Golf Club in Palm Springs.

She also broke the Palomar 36-hole record with a 66-70 -- 136 by shooting the latter score on the second day of the same tournament at the Indian Canyons South Course.

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