ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The first black U.S. Curtis Cup player, Mariah Stackhouse is focused on making a lot more history this weekend at St. Louis Country Club.
"To be the first African-American on the Curtis Cup team is amazing," the 20-year-old Stanford player said. "I don't look at myself as a trail blazer. But I think that it is really cool."
The biennial event against Britain and Ireland opens Friday at the Charles Blair Macdonald-designed course. The United States leads the series 27-7-3, but is trying to regain the cup after falling 10
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