Not a lot of close matches in the second round this morning. Outside of tri-medalist Rachel Rohanna, who is going extra holes with Marina Alex, most of the matches in the round of 32 have been on the lopsided end. Sara-Maude Juneau beat 2010 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links champion Emily Tubert, 6 and 4. She won the first six holes of the match and was 7 up through 11.
Sydnee Michaels, competing in her fifth U.S. Women's Amateur, has only played 28 holes in dispatching her two opponents. She beat Corinne Carr of Pinehurst, N.C., 6 and 4.
No players with North Carolina ties are remaining after 2007 U.S. Girls' Junior champion Kristen Park beat 2010 USA Curtis Cup member Cydney Clanton of Rockwell, N.C., 2 and 1.
Juliana Murcia Ortiz of Colombia eliminated two-time Great Britain and Ireland Curtis Cup participant Sally Watson, 7 and 6.
The other two tri-medalists -- Jaclyn Sweeney and Erynne Lee -- both are losing their second-round match-ups against Junthima Gulyanamitta and Moriya Jutanugarn, respectively. Danielle Kang, the medalist at last month's U.S. Girls' Junior, looks to be on her way to playing this afternoon. And Doris Chen, who beat Kang in the quarterfinals en route to the title at The Country Club of North Carolina, was bounced by Canada's Jennifer Kirby, 3 and 2. -- David Shefter