U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Sectional Qualifying Results - 2014


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Alisha Matthews - ST LOUIS, MO.
81
Dee Johnson - PERRYVILLE, MO.
82
A - Deirdre Robertson - IBERIA, MO.
84
A - Margaret Manning - ST. LOUIS, MO.
86

Jan Dowling - ANN ARBOR, MICH.
78
Audrey Akins - CANADA
80
Joan Garety - ADA, MICH.
82
Helene Thoman - SYLVANIA, OHIO
82
A - Donna Tepper - GROSSE POINTE PARK, MICH.
82
A - Kaitlyn Mardeusz - NOVI, MICH.
83

Leigh Klasse - ST. ANTHONY, MINN.
76
Olivia Herrick - ROSEVILLE, MINN.
77
Claudia Pilot - LAKE SHORE, MINN.
78
Katelynn Hogenson - AMES, IOWA
82
Tracy Moen - EDINA, MINN.
83
A - Eleanor Layton - ROCHESTER, MINN.
84
A - Lynn Anderson - HOPKINS, MINN.
84

Mallory Hetzel - WAYNESVILLE, N.C.
74
Sarah Matin - WINTER GARDEN, FLA.
74
Therese Quinn - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
74
Charlotte Daughan - ORLANDO, FLA.
77
Wendi Golden - BRADENTON, FLA.
77
Taffy Brower - BOYNTON BEACH, FLA.
78
A - Mary Jane Hiestand - NAPLES, FLA.
79
A - Tama Caldabaugh - PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA.
80

Amanda Jacobs - SEATTLE, WASH.
76
Christina Proteau - CANADA
76
Leslie Folsom - SEATTLE, WASH.
77
A - Jill Hardy - Gingras - CANADA
79
A - Shawn Farmer-Sese - BELLEVUE, WASH.
79

Glynnis Price - SHIPROCK, N.M.
80
A - Monica Meihack - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
91

Toni Durr - ADA, OKLA.
82
Jill Johnson - TULSA, OKLA.
85
Jennifer Hays - EDMOND, OKLA.
86
A - Jaime Branch - SHAWNEE, OKLA.
87
A - Brandy Gray - WYNNEWOOD, OKLA.
88

Liisa Kelo Escartin - MEXICO
74
Linda Jeffery - ABILENE, TEXAS
75
Mina Hardin - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
76
Jane Chin - MISSION VIEJO, CALIF.
77
Midori Ishii - TORRANCE, CALIF.
77
Desiree Banlowe - THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF.
80
Mariko Makabe - IRVINE, CALIF.
80
Kristyl Sunderman - CORONA, CALIF.
81
Eden Anderson - OAKLAND, CALIF.
82
Miki Gardner - ESCONDIDO, CALIF.
82
Jamie Hoffmann - ESCONDIDO, CALIF.
82
Kathy Kurata - PASADENA, CALIF.
82
Toshiko Anan - SAN GABRIEL, CALIF.
83
Carol Martin - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
83
Ailam Newkirk - CORONA DEL MAR, CALIF.
83
A - Linda Pearson - GLENDALE, CALIF.
84
A - Deborah Anderson - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
84

Amy Loughney - HOBOKEN, N.J.
78
Brooke Cooper - NEW YORK, N.Y.
80
Alyssa Roland - NEW YORK, N.Y.
80
Noreen Mohler - BETHLEHEM, PA.
81
Laurie White - CARMEL, N.Y.
81
Angelia Whitley Coleman - NEW CASTLE, DEL.
82
Daria Cummings - MONROE, CONN.
82
Patti Feldman - SANDS POINT, N.Y.
82
Maricel Manguinao - SOMERSET, N.J.
82
Courtney Tincher - GREENWICH, CONN.
83
A - Phoebe Timpson - LOCUST VALLEY, N.Y.
83
A - Karen Siegel - MAPLE GLEN, PA.
83

Danielle Davis - SAINT SIMONS, GA.
75
Kristen Wagner - ATLANTIC BEACH, FLA.
75
A - Cecilia Fournil - COLUMBIA, S.C.
76
A - Christine Hamrick - COLUMBIA, S.C.
82

Lynne Cowan - ROCKLIN, CALIF.
76
Patricia Cornett - MILL VALLEY, CALIF.
77
Kelly Wilson - CAMERON PARK, CALIF.
77
Renata Young - CANADA
78
Julia Puscheck - PISMO BEACH, CALIF.
79
A - Sue Wooster - AUSTRALIA
81
A - Karen Garcia - COOL, CALIF.
82

Kimberly Noonan - AUSTIN, TEXAS
73
Marlene Summers - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
79
Anna Morales - AUSTIN, TEXAS
81
Susan Rheney - GREENSBORO, GA.
82
Julie Robichaux - KINGWOOD, TEXAS
82
A - Laurie Rutherford - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
83
A - Lecia Alexander - STAFFORD, TEXAS
83

Marilyn Hardy - HOUSTON, TEXAS
73
Catherine Stypula - BOULDER, COLO.
73
Janet Moore - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
74
Christie Austin - DENVER, COLO.
77
Shannon Langhardt - LAKEWOOD, COLO.
78
Kareen Markle - MERIDIAN, IDAHO
78
Lynn Fischer - NIWOT, COLO.
81
A - Blair Fraser - BOULDER, COLO.
81
A - Annette Gaiotti - SLC, UTAH
82

Brenda Pictor - MARIETTA, GA.
72
Lea Venable - SIMPSONVILLE, S.C.
74
A - Mercedes Huarte - ARGENTINA
76
A - Deb Jackson - JOHNS CREEK, GA.
77

Tanya Olson - NAPERVILLE, ILL.
75
Marykay Thanos-Zordani - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
76
Laura Carson - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
81
Meg Cavanaugh - NORTHBROOK, ILL.
81
Lisa Cook - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
82
Maureen Sheehan - GRAYSLAKE, ILL.
84
A - Alexis Rogala - GLENDALE HEIGHTS, ILL.
85
A - Deanne Stolarik - ZION, ILL.
85

Rachel Smith - MANSFIELD, TEXAS
73
Sarah Davison - CHOUDRANT, LA.
74
Anna Schultz - ROCKWALL, TEXAS
74
Carrie Chambers - DALLAS, TEXAS
78
Lindsey Hughes - PLANO, TEXAS
79
Becky Neal - MANSFIELD, TEXAS
79
Kathy Crumley - DALLAS, TEXAS
80
Karina Sanchez - SHREVEPORT, LA.
80
A - Katie O'Donnell - DALLAS, TEXAS
80
A - Jewell Malick - ROCKWALL, TEXAS
82

Carmen Titus - KANSAS CITY, MO.
79
Denise Desilet - WICHITA, KAN.
80
A - Martha Linscott - MISSION HILLS, KAN.
81
A - Lacy Shelton - OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
86

Corinna Rees - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.
75
Susan West - TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
78
A - Suzanne Stanley - NASHVILLE, TENN.
80
A - Maren Scoggins - NASHVILLE, TENN.
81

Maggie Leef - TOWN OF MERTON, WIS.
84
Char McLear - MCHENRY, ILL.
85
Ann Brownfield - THIENSVILLE, WIS.
90
A - Jill Trider - GREEN BAY, WIS.
94
A - Katie Falk - MILWAUKEE, WIS.
95

Suzi Spotleson - CANTON, OHIO
76
Molly Gorman - FORTY FORT, PA.
79
Kim Kaul - COLDEN, N.Y.
79
Katie Miller - JEANNETTE, PA.
79
Kristen Obush - GREENSBURG, PA.
81
A - Julie Murphy - AMHERST, N.Y.
81
A - Denise Callahan - CANTON, OHIO
81

Kim Braaten - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
78
Sue O'Connor - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
78
Kelly Loeb - TUCSON, ARIZ.
80
A - Barbara Byrnes - MESA, ARIZ.
81
A - Jacquie Badger - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
83

Allison Mayborg - CINCINNATI, OHIO
74
Cara Stuckey - TERRE HAUTE, IND.
75
Tobi Herron - COLUMBUS, IND.
76
Lynn Thompson - CINCINNATI, OHIO
76
Julie Carmichael - PLAINFIELD, IND.
81
A - Linda McMillan - PALM COAST, FLA.
81
A - Krissy Martin - LOUISVILLE, KY.
81

Teresa Cleland - SYRACUSE, N.Y.
77
Shannon Johnson - FOXBOROUGH, MASS.
78
Pamela Kuong - WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS.
80
Lisa McGill - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
80
Amy Dickison - ROWLEY, MASS.
82
Jen Holland - BRANFORD, CONN.
82
A - Debbie Johnson - STAMFORD, CONN.
83
A - Alexandra Frazier - CONSHOHOCKEN, PA.
84

Julie Streng - GREENSBORO, N.C.
74
Patty Moore - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
76
Debbie Adams - ASHEVILLE, N.C.
78
Kay Daniel - COVINGTON, LA.
78
A - Susan Beaupied - RALEIGH, N.C.
79
A - Kimberly Briele - NEW BERN, N.C.
80

Dawn Woodard - GREER, S.C.
74
Connie Isler - ARLINGTON, VA.
79
Cindy Morris - PORTSMOUTH, VA.
79
Anita Venner - MONROVIA, MD.
80
Lisa Schlesinger - LAYTONSVILLE, MD.
82
A - Mimi Hoffman - SPRINGFIELD, VA.
83
A - Ginny Jung - CENTREVILLE, VA.
83
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