Game 318 | August 30, 1984 | Jody Rosenthal
Only 22 years old at the time, Rosenthal won the Women's British Amateur Championship and played for the U.S. team in the 1984 Curtis Cup matches. An Edina native, she left Minnesota for Tulsa University where she became the first four-time All American in that school's history.

Game 347 | June 20, 1987 | Jody Rosenthal
This was the second appearance in four years for the Edina native. She won Rookie of the Year honors in her 1986 debut season on the LPGA tour. In 1987 she won two championships including the du Maurier Classic, which was then one of the LPG A's major championships. She finished in the top 10 in three other majors on her way to fifth place on the money list that yea1: She got married and became Jody Anschutz in 1989 and played on the LPGA tour until 2002.

She competed as Jody Rosenthal prior to marrying Fred Anschutz on October 14, 1989 and then changed her name to Jody Anschutz.

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