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Ashley Hoagland

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As this is written, Saturday morning, Ashley Hoagland is tied for third at LPGA Q-School finals. She's at 6-under following rounds of 70, 69 and 71. There are two more rounds to go, and only those women who can hang on to Top 15 positions earn fully exempt status on the 2007 LPGA Tour.

Ashley is a Florida native and a 2005 Wake Forest graduate. She was an All-American in '05, and turned pro in the middle of that year. At last year's Q-School, she finished 47th to earn non-exempt status on the LPGA Tour, and in 2006 she got into six LPGA tournaments. She also played on the Futures Tour this year, winning the Hunters Oak Futures Golf Classic.

You can learn more about Ashley on her Web site, ashleyhoagland.com.

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