Ria Quiazon
Ria Quiazon

Player Profile

Union City, CA

High School:
James Logan



CAL: Quiazon enters her fourth season at Cal as a returning all-region athlete and as a co-captain with Vikki Laing...in the fall of 2002 as a SENIOR, finished with the second-best average on the team (74.1)...rated 41st nationally by Golfstat for score vs. par (2.11) and ranked No. 72 by Golfweek...No. 3 in the nation for total short game (.660)...tied for second to pace the Bears at the Kent Youel Invitational with a career-best 54-hole total (217) and matched her 36-hole best (146)...also tied for fourth at Stanford (220)...missed the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, the only fall tournament Cal didn't win, while she competed for the Philippines in the Asian Games in South Korea...as a JUNIOR in 2001-02, posted seven Top 20 finishes on her way to earning All-West Region honors, her second Most Improved Award and her third Founders Award...her best result was a tie for second at the Bay Area Classic...set the Cal record for 18 holes of 68 at the Oregon State and Spartan invitationals...shot a 36-hole career-low 146 at OSU...twice fired a then-career-best 54-hole total of 221 (ASU Invite and NCAA West Regional)...led the Bears with a 10th-place showing at regionals...as a SOPHOMORE in 2000-01, was named the team's Most Improved Golfer and was the co-recipient of the Founders Award, established in honor of Cal's steering committee...participated in all 12 events, including in the top spot at Oregon State and at Washington's Edean Ihlanfeldt Invite...tied for 11th at OSU with a then-54-hole career-best 228 and a then-career best for 36 holes (150)...carded her then-career-best round of 73 at the Pioneer Classic...tied for 23rd in her first Pac-10 championships...earned honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10 recognition...had success at several tournaments during the summer of 2000...in July, qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur and made the second round of match play at the Women's Western Golf Association National Championship...in August, competed in the Women's World Amateur Team Championship with the Philippine national team and participated in the U.S. Women's Amateur...competed primarily in Cal's fifth and sixth spots as a FRESHMAN in 1999-00...Cal Founders Award recipient...recorded three top 15 finishes, the best being 12th at the Bay Area Classic...best round was a 75 on three occasions...carded her then-best 36-hole mark (151) at the Lady Aztec Invite...at BYU and ASU, shot a then-career best for 54 holes (234). HIGH SCHOOL: Member of the Philippine national team...her team won the gold medal at the 1997 Southeast Asia Games in Jakarta, Indonesia...attended James Logan HS in Union City...1996-99 Mission Valley Athletic League individual champion...MVP of her high school golf team her sophomore through senior seasons...selected Most Outstanding Female Scholar Athlete as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 19, 1981 in Manila, Philippines...parents are Rene and Clarissa Quiazon...has a brother, Ralph...her mother played college basketball in the Philippines...American studies major.

"I love Big Game. It is our football game with our rivals across the Bay, Stanford. The sea of blue and gold jerseys cheering on our team and then rushing the field after victory fills me with a sensational feeling of pride."


Year	       Rds	Str	Avg	Low 18	Low 36	Low 54
1990-00	        21	1651	78.6	75	151	234
2000-01	        33	2556	77.5	73	150	228
2001-02	        34	2576	75.8	68	146	221
Fall 2002	9	667	74.1	70	146	217
TOTAL	        97	7450	76.8	68	146	217
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