DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Jaye Marie Green completed a runaway victory in the LPGA Tour qualifying tournament Sunday, finishing with a record 29-under 331 total for a 10-stroke margin. The 19-year-old Green, from Boca Raton, closed with a 4-under 68 on LPGA Internationals Jones Course. She broke the event 90-hole mark of 18-under 342 set by Stacy Lewis in 2008. "This is going to be a week that Ill always remember," Green said. "I was the most nervous on that last green when I didnt have to be, but I really was. But when that putt fell I was just speechless and I think I was just seeing stars really. It was a cool feeling. I just felt really relieved." The top 20 earned Category 12 status, the next 26 players received membership in Category 17, and the other 22 players who made the 72-hole cut got Symetra Tour status. South Koreas Mi Rim Lee was second after a 69. Tiffany Joh finished third at 15 under after a 71. Amy Anderson, the 21-year-old former North Dakota State star who won a record 20 college titles, was fourth at 14 under after a 69. "This is not what I expected at all," Anderson said. "The week or so leading up I was actually struggling with my game quite a bit. So I was thinking I would sneak in by the skin of my teeth. To come out here and just play well all week was really exciting and took the stress out of it." Green bogeyed the par-3 third hole, ending a 59-hole run without a bogey. She rebounded with birdies on Nos. 5 and 6 to make the turn at 1 under. She birdied Nos. 10 and 11, dropped a stroke on the par-3 14th and closed with birdies on the final two holes. "Its been a dream come true really," Green said. "Since I was a little girl its what Ive always wanted to do. Having my dad beside me, couldnt have been a better feeling really. Having all my family here is just awesome. Im so overwhelmed right now, I dont how to react." Green, who lost to Lydia Ko in the final of the 2012 U.S. Womens Amateur, played on the Symetra Tour this year. She had three top-10 finishes and finished the season 29th on the money list. "It really is the stepping stone to getting into the LPGA Tour," Green said. "Just the things that Ive learned, like the key elements that you need to be out there was a huge help. For that to happen so fast, like me being here today after my first season, I wasnt expecting it to come that fast." Wholesale Jerseys. - The Green Bay Packers are halfway to 16-0 going into Monday nights game against Minnesota, close enough to ponder perfection and far enough away that such talk hasnt yet become taboo. wholesale jerseys china. Vizquel was hired as the first-base coach and Joyner as hitting coach, the Tigers said Monday. Vizquel also will serve as an infield and baserunning coach. http://www.cheapjerseyscd.com/. 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Everybody wants to play so now people are going to get the chance to play," Mariner said. "Weve got experienced players in there so it should be a tremendous ding dong battle." Despite Mariners faith, TFCs defence has been hit especially hard. The newly-signed Darren ODea is with the Republic of Ireland for a friendly against Serbia, while Dicoy Williams (Jamaica) and Doneil Henry (Canada) are also on international duty. Logan Emory was expected to be back from his suspension for Wednesday, but because Toronto agreed to postpone last Saturdays game in Columbus so that the Crew could attend the funeral of teammate Kirk Urso, the defender will miss out against Portland. Add the injury problems facing Jeremy Hall and Mariner has few options for a makeshift backline that will likely include Adrian Cann and Ty Harden. "I just want them to relax and do the job," Mariner said. "I think that in the system, if everybody is doing their jobs to the best of their ability then well be OK because were in it together. "Were doing one-and-a-half jobs on the field when were out of possession. Thats the way youve got to think about it -- youve got to go the extra mile for your mate." Cann, who hasnt seen action in MLS play since June 16 because of a knee injury, looks set to start in the centre of defence alongside Richard Eckersley. Ashtone Morgan practised with the first team at leftback on Tuesday, while the out-of-favour Harden could see his first league action since April 7 on the right. "Im a competitor. Im always up for playing in matches and getting stuck in so Im excited," Cann said. "Itll be a good match. Guys that usually dont get to play aa lot get an opportunity to show the coach what they have.dddddddddddd" Added Eckersley: "(Cann and Harden) arent new to the team. Ive played with them before. Its just a case of getting through the first ten minutes or so. Then I think everything will slot into place." Toronto goalkeeper Milos Kocic sees Wednesdays game as an opportunity for some of his teammates to show the coaching staff they belong in the regular starting 11. "I think everybody deserves a chance," he said. "I dont think its going to be a problem. I think we need to be focused first, get a couple of touches on the ball, get confidence and then as the game develops make sure we dont give up silly goals." But the defence isnt the only area of concern for Mariner. Also missing out for the Reds because of international callups are midfielder Terry Dunfield (Canada) and forward Ryan Johnson (Jamaica). "I always want our players to play for their national teams," Mariner said. "Terry loves his country with an unbelievable passion and I think its important that he plays for his country because how many more caps is he going to get at his age?" Aaron Maund was in the heart of the midfield at practice and could get the first start of his MLS career alongside Eric Avila, Reggie Lambe and captain Torsten Frings, with Eric Hassli and Luis Silva paired up front. Toronto FC (5-13-4, 19 points) sits last in the MLS standings and can overtake Portland (5-12-5, 20 points) with a win, but Kocic is wary of striker Chris Boyd, who has seven goals in MLS play this season. "He can strike from everywhere so I have to be very careful and obviously the defenders have to be very smart how they deal with him," Kocic said. "Its going to be a handful for the defenders, but I trust my defenders and I think were going to do a good job." Notes: Mariner said striker Danny Koevermans underwent surgery to repair his injured left knee in Toronto on Tuesday. The Dutchman tore his anterior cruciate ligament against New England last month and isnt expected back on the field until next May. ... Mariner also said that midfielder Matt Stinson has a thigh injury and will be out a month. ' ' '