U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Champions

1987: Cindy Scholefield d. Pat Cornett-Iker, 6 and 5; Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla.; Medalist — 157, Anne Quast Sander; Entries: 320

1988: Martha Lang d. Mary Hanyak, 4 and 3; Amelia Island (Fla.) Plantation; Medalist — 148, Anne Quast Sander; Entries: 346

1989: Robin Weiss d. Page Marsh Lea, 22 holes; The Hills of Lakeway G.C., Lakeway, Texas; Medalist — 150, Carol Semple Thompson; Entries: 289

1990: Carol Semple Thompson d. Page Marsh Lea, 3 and 1; Allegheny C.C., Sewickley, Pa.; Medalists —149, Sally Krueger, Carol Semple Thompson; Entries: 354

1991: Sarah LeBrun Ingram d. Martha Lang, 6 and 5; Desert Highlands G.C., Scottsdale, Ariz.; Medalist — 143, Andrea Dornin; Entries: 394

1992: Marion Maney-McInerney d. Carol Semple Thompson, 19 holes; Old Marsh G.C., Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; Medalist — 142, Robin Weiss; Entries: 452

1993: Sarah LeBrun Ingram d. Mary Burkhardt, 2 and 1; Rochester (Minn.) G. & C.C.; Medalist — •141, Carol Semple Thompson; Entries: 461

1994: Sarah LeBrun Ingram d. Marla Jemsek, 2 and 1; Tacoma (Wash.) C. & G.C.; Medalist — 144, Robin Weiss; Entries: 356

1995: Ellen Port d. Brenda Corrie Kuehn, 3 and 1; Essex County Club, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.; Medalist — 146, Brenda Corrie Kuehn; Entries: 397

1996: Ellen Port d. Kerry Postillion, 2 and 1; Mission Hills C.C. (Dinah Shore Course), Rancho Mirage, Calif.; Medalist — 145, Brenda Corrie Kuehn; Entries: 515

1997: Carol Semple Thompson d. Leslie Shannon, 2 and 1; Atlantic City C.C., Northfield, N.J.; Medalist — 143, Kerry Postillion; Entries: 450

1998: Virginia Grimes d. Robin Weiss, 4 and 3; Champions G.C. (Cypress Creek Course), Houston, Texas; Medalist — 142, Mary Ann Lapointe; Entries: 469

1999: Alissa Herron d. Leland Beckel, 1 up; Cherokee Town & C.C., Atlanta, Ga.; Medalist — 146, Pat Milton; Entries: 515

2000: Ellen Port d. Anna Schultz, 3 and 2; Big Canyon C.C., Newport Beach, Calif.; Medalist — 147, Ellen Port; Entries: §533

2001: Laura Shanahan d. Mina Hardin, 4 and 3; Fox Run G.C., Eureka, Mo.; Medalist — 147, Ellen Port; Entries: 517

2002: Kathy Hartwiger d. Ellen Port, 2 up; Eugene (Ore.) C.C.; Medalists — 150, Taffy Brower, Ellen Port, LaraTennant; Entries: 488

2003: Amber Marsh d. Shannon Ogg, 3 and 2; Long Cove Club, Hilton Head, S.C.; Medalist — 142, Robin Burke; Entries: 532

2004: Corey Weworski d. Virginia Grimes, 5 and 4; Holston Hills C.C., Knoxville, Tenn.; Medalist — 146, Tobi Probst; Entries: 425

2005: Mary Ann Lapointe d. Kerry Postillion, 1 up, Shadow Hawk G.C., Richmond, Texas; Medalist — 142, Kerry Postillion; Entries: 418

2006: Meghan Bolger d. Thuhashini Selvaratnam, 5 and 4; Old Waverly G.C., West Point, Miss.; Medalist — 142, Dawn Woodard; Entries: 455

2007: Meghan Bolger d. Kerry Postillion, 1 up; Desert Forest G.C., Carefree, Ariz.; Medalist — 144, Dawn

Woodard; Entries: 483

2008: Joan Higgins d. Lynn Simmons, 1 up; Barton Hills C.C., Ann Arbor, Mich., Medalist — 142, Wendi Patterson-Golden; Entries: 410

2009: Martha Leach d. Laura Coble, 3 and 2; Golden Hills G. & T.C., Ocala, Fla.; Medalists — 146, Meghan Stasi, Mina Hardin, Jennifer Lucas, Laura Ladden; Entries: 411

2010: Meghan (Bolger) Stasi d. Carol Robertson, 2 up; Wichita (Kan.) C.C.; Medalist – 146, Ellen Port; Entries: 364

2011: Ellen Port d. Martha Leach, 2 and 1; Bayville Golf Club, Virginia Beach, Va.; Medalist – 146, Brenda Pictor; Entries: 390

2012: Meghan (Bolger) Stasi d. Liz Waynick, 6 and 5; Briggs Ranch Golf Club, San Antonio, Texas; Medalist – 142, Dawn Woodard; Entries: 405  

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