USGA Senior Women's Amateur Qualifying Results - 2013


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Marie-Therese Torti - CANADA
81
Denise Martorana - SAG HARBOR, N.Y.
82
Laura Algiero - WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.
84
Sharon Hoffman - LAWRENCE, N.Y.
84
Akemi Nakata Khaiat - JAPAN
84
Gail Flanagan - RYE, N.Y.
85
A - Barbara Jones - SCARBOROUGH, N.Y.
85
A - Beatriz Arenas - GUATEMALA
87

Cindy Morris - PORTSMOUTH, VA.
76
Bev Lane - GREAT FALLS, VA.
79
Mimi Hoffman - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
80
A - Boodie McGurn - RICHMOND, VA.
80
A - Lindsay Wortham - RICHMOND, VA.
81

Laura Carson - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
79
Sydney Wells - MENOMINEE, MICH.
79
Robin W. Donnelley - PALM BEACH, FLA.
80
Jean Cheszek - PALATINE, ILL.
81
Maureen Sheehan - GRAYSLAKE, ILL.
82
A - Susan Webber - GLENVIEW, ILL.
82
A - Kim Dickerson - PALATINE, ILL.
84

Mira Han - HONOLULU, HAWAII
84
A - Keiki-Dawn Izumi - KANEOHE, HAWAII
84
A - Lisa Judge - KULA, HAWAII
89

Lynne Cowan - ROCKLIN, CALIF.
77
Patricia Cornett - MILL VALLEY, CALIF.
79
Sandra Woodruff - SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.
79
Lisa Cobler - PLEASANTON, CALIF.
80
Terry Mayes - GILROY, CALIF.
80
Juvy Timan - WATSONVILLE, CALIF.
82
Rachel Moreaux - SAN RAFAEL, CALIF.
83
Ann Huber - FRESNO, CALIF.
84
Lori Elliott - RENO, NEV.
86
A - Lisa Winsten - DANVILLE, CALIF.
86
A - Janice Campbell - DAYTON, NEV.
87

Teresa Cleland - SYRACUSE, N.Y.
75
Terri McAngus - EAGLE RIVER, ALASKA
77
Susie Macleod - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
83
Jamie Berge - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
85
A - Debra Mitchell - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
86
A - Teresa Fisher - WASILLA, ALASKA
86

Patty Moore - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
73
Peggy Brady - HUNTERSVILLE, N.C.
74
A - Nancy Schlich - AUBURN, ALA.
81
A - Susan Beaupied - RALEIGH, N.C.
81

Dana Harrity - NORTH HAMPTON, N.H.
76
Helene Chartrand - CANADA
78
Amy Dickison - ROWLEY, MASS.
78
Pamela Kuong - WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS.
79
Christine Gagner - NORTH OXFORD, MASS.
80
Mary Gale - WORCESTER, MASS.
80
A - Kerry Dolan - NASHUA, N.H.
81
A - Allyson Harrison - CANADA
82

Marilyn Hardy - HOUSTON, TEXAS
77
Kathy Malpass - EVERGREEN, COLO.
78
Kim Eaton - TEMPE, ARIZ.
79
Marybeth Clippinger - CENTENNIAL, COLO.
80
Deborah Hughes - DENVER, COLO.
81
A - Christie Austin - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
82
A - Sue Davis - INDIAN WELLS, CALIF.
83

Martha Leach - HEBRON, KY.
74
Kathleen Westlund - FT. MYERS, FLA.
84
A - Lynda Wimberly - BRENTWOOD, TENN.
85
A - Bonnie Grizzard - ROME, GA.
87

Leigh Klasse - ST. ANTHONY, MINN.
77
Alison Hurley - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
79
Ellie Layton - ROCHESTER, MINN.
79
Brenda Williams - MINNETRISTA, MINN.
79
A - Claudia Pilot - BRAINERD, MINN.
80
A - Rhonda Orr - CANADA
81

Susan Stewart - LOUISVILLE, KY.
76
Nancy Trimarco - GREENFIELD, IND.
85
A - Susan Hennessy - PALOS PARK, ILL.
88
A - Rebecca Howard - EVANSVILLE, IND.
89

Kareen Markle - MERIDIAN, IDAHO
76
Sue Billek Nyhus - OREM, UTAH
76
A - Marie Bambo - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
77
A - Marie Needham - DRAPER, UTAH
85

Patty Kimball - CAVE CREEK, ARIZ.
76
Sherry Jackson - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
78
Marta Felix - NOGALES, ARIZ.
79
Sue O'Connor - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
79
Barbara Byrnes - MESA, ARIZ.
80
Mary Fink - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
81
Annette Gaiotti - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
81
Brenda Knott - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
81
Judy Miller - TUCSON, ARIZ.
81
A - Sarah Bowman - PARKMAN, WYO.
82
A - Kelly Hollister - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
82

Mary Ann Beattie - ST. LOUIS, MO.
81
Casey Obrien - ST LOUIS, MO.
84
A - Denise Desilet - WICHITA, KAN.
85
A - Tina Jones - WILDWOOD, MO.
86

Sue McMurdy - INDIANA, PA.
78
Courtney Myhrum - PITTSBURGH, PA.
82
A - Lynn Greer - COLUMBUS, OHIO
86
A - Christine Shibley - HUDSON, OHIO
86

Leilani Norman - EUGENE, ORE.
76
Charisse Spada - PORTLAND, ORE.
79
Debbie Hall Friede - WASHOUGAL, WASH.
80
Lisa Smego - OLYMPIA, WASH.
80
Rachel Whittington - LAKE OSWEGO, ORE.
80
Catherine Allen - BELLINGHAM, WASH.
81
A - Ginny Burkey - FIRCREST, WASH.
81
A - Nancy Eglin - YAKIMA, WASH.
82

Julie Massa - HOLT, MICH.
74
Joan Garety - ADA, MICH.
75
Mary Petrovich - WEST BLOOMFIELD, MICH.
77
A - Barbara Schmid - GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
79
A - Shelly Weiss - SOUTHFIELD, MICH.
80

Kathy Kurata - PASADENA, CALIF.
73
Ran Oh Keane - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
74
Caryn Wilson - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
74
Corey Weworski - CARLSBAD, CALIF.
76
Gigi Higgins - CAPE CORAL, FLA.
78
Carol Sarkissian - CHINO HILLS, CALIF.
78
Deborah Anderson - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
80
Michelle Burgess - RANCHO SANTA FE, CALIF.
80
Linda Pearson - GLENDALE, CALIF.
80
Kathleen Kolar - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
81
Heidi Person - PAUMA VALLEY, CALIF.
81
Marianne Towersey - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.
81
Danna King - COTO DE CAZA, CALIF.
82
Heidy Munn - LA JOLLA, CALIF.
82
Renee Theiler-Reichle - FALLBROOK, CALIF.
82
Karen Hoppe - CARSON CITY, NEV.
83
A - Tracy Hubly-Starkjohann - OCEANSIDE, CALIF.
83
A - Colette Rosenberg - PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIF.
83

Kim Kaul - COLDEN, N.Y.
81
Barbara Pagana - SELINSGROVE, PA.
81
A - Kitty Colliflower - ROCHESTER, N.Y.
82
A - Kathleen Hunt - DADE CITY, FLA.
85

Susan Cohn - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA.
76
Taffy Brower - BOYNTON BEACH, FLA.
82
Mary Jane Hiestand - NAPLES, FLA.
82
Mary Ann Andrews Modrak - SARASOTA, FLA.
84
Lin McMillan - PALM COAST, FLA.
84
A - Patsy Ehret - STUART, FLA.
84
A - Alison Reifers - JUPITER, FLA.
85

Lisa McGill - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
80
Bonnie Fry - BEL AIR, MD.
81
Andrea Kraus - BALTIMORE, MD.
81
A - Noreen Mohler - BETHLEHEM, PA.
83
A - Maggie Brady - WASHINGTON, D.C.
83

Nancy Kromar - AUSTIN, TEXAS
79
Tanna Richard - FORT SMITH, ARK.
79
Beth Cleckler - AUSTIN, TEXAS
81
Becky Neal - MANSFIELD, TEXAS
81
Jewell Malick - ROCKWALL, TEXAS
83
Christa Aleshire - COPPELL, TEXAS
84
Leslie Henry - DALLAS, TEXAS
84
A - Cindy Gilkeson - SUGARLAND, TEXAS
84
A - Diane Henry - KERRVILLE, TEXAS
85

Karen Ferree - HILTON HEAD, S.C.
73
Therese Quinn - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
73
Lea Anne Brown - MT. PLEASANT, S.C.
74
Ashley Rose - NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.
77
A - Suzanne Fonde - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
78
A - Mary Helen McElreath - AUGUSTA, GA.
78
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