U.S. Women's Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2013


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Jamie Hullett - MESQUITE, TEXAS
145
Catherine Matranga - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
147
Kyung Kim(a) - CHANDLER, ARIZ.
148
A - Casey Danielson(a) - OSCEOLA, WIS.
148
A - Bertine Strauss(a) - SOUTH AFRICA
149

Brooke Mackenzie Henderson(a) - CANADA
136
Annie Park(a) - LEVITTOWN, N.Y.
136
Kendra Little - EUGENE, ORE.
138
A - Christel Boeljon - NETHERLANDS
139
A - Brittany Altomare - SHREWSBURY, MASS.
141

Patcharajutar Kongkraphan - THAILAND
142
Tiffany Tavee - TEMPE, ARIZ.
146
Christine Song - MARYVILLE, TENN.
147
A - Lauren Stephenson(a) - LEXINGTON, S.C.
147
A - Nannette Hill - PELHAM MANOR, N.Y.
147

Izzy Beisiegel - CANADA
144
Megan Grehan - MAMARONECK, N.Y.
144
A - Amy Meier - ROCHESTER HILLS, MICH.
144
A - Emma Jandel - DAYTON, OHIO
144

Sally Watson - SCOTLAND
148
Nicole Zhang(a) - CANADA
149
A - Katie Kempter - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
149
A - Kim Kaufman(a) - CLARK, S.D.
150

Nelly Korda(a) - BRADENTON, FLA.
141
Shannon Aubert(a) - FRANCE
143
Emily Tubert(a) - BURBANK, CALIF.
143
Jackie Barenborg Stoelting - VERO BEACH, FLA.
146
A - Lindy Duncan(a) - PLANTATION, FLA.
148
A - Sandra Angulo - PORT ST. LUCIE, FLA.
149

Mariah Stackhouse(a) - PEACHTREE CITY, GA.
139
Alice Kim - WALNUT, CALIF.
141
Aimee Cho - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
142
A - Jenny Hahn(a) - HENDERSON, NEV.
143
A - Vanessa Brockett - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
145

Lorie Kane - CANADA
140
Yueer Feng(a) - ORLANDO, FLA.
143
Caroline Westrup - SWEDEN
143
Doris Chen(a) - BRADENTON, FLA.
144
A - Moira Dunn - UTICA, N.Y.
145
A - Eileen Vargas - COLOMBIA
145

Ayako Uehara - JAPAN
146
Kirby Dreher - CANADA
147
A - Lauren Mielbrecht - GULF STREAM, FLA.
149
A - Jennifer Ha(a) - CANADA
150

Katy Harris - HUMBLE, TEXAS
149
Jessica Shepley - CANADA
149
Christi Cano - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
151
A - Cara Freeman - CHANDLER, ARIZ.
152
A - Ai-Chen Kuo - CHINESE TAIPEI
153

Casie Cathrea(a) - LIVERMORE, CALIF.
140
Emily Childs - ALAMEDA, CALIF.
144
Elizabeth Schultz(a) - LAFAYETTE, CALIF.
147
A - Hannah Suh(a) - SAN JOSE, CALIF.
150
A - Kathleen Scavo(a) - BENICIA, CALIF.
151

Alexandra Kaui(a) - KAPOLEI, HAWAII
141
Elena Robles - TORRANCE, CALIF.
146
A - Mikayla Harmon(a) - GILBERT, ARIZ.
147
A - Hannah O'Sullivan(a) - PARADISE VALLEY, ARIZ.
147

Mariel Galdiano(a) - PEARL CITY, HAWAII
145
A - Yuka Kuriyama - JAPAN
147
A - Allisen Corpuz(a) - HONOLULU, HAWAII
147

Kelli Bowers(a) - CHELAN, WASH.
146
Karinn Dickinson(a) - MUKILTEO, WASH.
146
A - Allison Hanna - PORTLAND, ORE.
149
A - Maiya Tanaka - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
150

Tiffany Lua - ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CALIF.
139
Gabriella Then(a) - RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF.
139
Stacey Keating - AUSTRALIA
144
A - Grace Na(a) - ALAMEDA, CALIF.
145
A - Eun-Jeong Seong(a) - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
145

Caroline Powers - BOWLING GREEN, OHIO
143
Chelsea Harris - NORMAL, ILL.
145
A - Ana Menendez(a) - MEXICO
145
A - Alejandra Cangrejo(a) - COLOMBIA
146

Jane Park - RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF.
143
Macarena Silva - CHILE
143
Laura Diaz - SCOTIA, N.Y.
144
Austin Ernst - SENECA, S.C.
145
Amelia Lewis - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
145
Kristy McPherson - CONWAY, S.C.
146
Jennifer Rosales - PHILIPPINES
146
Kris Tamulis - NAPLES, FLA.
146
A - Brooke Pancake - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
147
A - Karen Stupples - ORLANDO, FLA.
147

Becky Morgan - WALES
148
A - Ryann O'Toole - SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF.
149
A - Cindy Schreyer - PEACHTREE CITY, GA.
150

Erica Herr(a) - NEW HOPE, PA.
152
Rachel Rohanna - WAYNESBURG, PA.
153
A - Garrett Phillips - ST. SIMONS ISLAND, GA.
156
A - Kathleen Ekey - SHARON TOWNSHIP, OHIO
156

Christina Kim - SAN JOSE, CALIF.
138
Irene Cho - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
139
Thidapa Suwannapura - THAILAND
139
Maude-Aimee Leblanc - CANADA
141
Taylore Karle - FRISCO, TEXAS
142
Nicole Jeray - BERWYN, ILL.
143
Felicity Johnson - ENGLAND
143
Paz Echeverria - CHILE
144
Tiffany Joh - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
144
Janice Moodie - SCOTLAND
144
Stephanie Sherlock - CANADA
144
A - Jiyoung Oh - DULUTH, GA.
145
A - Danah Bordner - INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
145
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