U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Sectional Qualifying Results - 2011


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Staci Creech - CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
73
Kim Briele - NEW BERN, N.C.
78
Angela Stewart - GREENVILLE, N.C.
78
A - Patty Moore - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
79
A - Peggy Brady - DENVER, N.C.
79

Ginny Burkey - FIRCREST, WASH.
78
Shawn Farmer - BELLEVUE, WASH.
80
Kareen Markle - MERIDIAN, IDAHO
80
A - Denise Kieffer - UNIVERSITY PLACE, WASH.
80
A - Shawna Ianson - BOISE, IDAHO
84

Kristen Obush - GREENSBURG, PA.
78
Shirley Trier - HARTVILLE, OHIO
79
Amy Suleiman - NORTH OLMSTED, OHIO
80
A - Denise Callahan - CANTON, OHIO
82
A - Carol S Thompson - SEWICKLEY, PA.
82

Amanda Pettit - IRVING, TEXAS
76
Nancy Beck - DALLAS, TEXAS
79
Janie Carpenter - GARLAND, TEXAS
79
Kathy Crumley - DALLAS, TEXAS
79
Carol Martin - IRVING, TEXAS
79
Katie O'Donnell - MOUNT PROSPECT, ILL.
79
Debra Mielke - MCKINNEY, TEXAS
80
Carol Turnage - ANNA, TEXAS
80
A - Joanna Staton - MCKINNEY, TEXAS
81
A - Suzanne Kenkel - DALLAS, TEXAS
82

Wendi Golden - BRADENTON, FLA.
73
Sarah Phillips-Durst - TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
78
A - Tatiana Gammicchia - RUSSIA
80
A - Mary Jane Hiestand - NAPLES, FLA.
81

Cissye Gallagher - GREENWOOD, MISS.
75
Susan West - TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
81
A - Martha Lang - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
81
A - Kay Daniel - COVINGTON, LA.
82

Rheba Mabie - WAUSAU, WIS.
82
Maggie Leef - BROOKFIELD, WIS.
83
A - Christie Austin - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
84
A - Maria Malone - DELAFIELD, WIS.
85

Lisa Cook - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
78
Lynn Thompson - CINCINNATI, OHIO
81
A - Lisa Higgins - ZIONSVILLE, IND.
82
A - Krissy Martin - LOUISVILLE, KY.
83

Meredith Chiampa - NEW YORK, N.Y.
76
Elizabeth Corcoran - BOSTON, MASS.
77
Pamela Kuong - WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS.
77
Tara Joy-Connelly - PEMBROKE, MASS.
78
Evelyne Lussier - CANADA
79
Lisa McGill - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
79
A - Lisa Anderson - MIDDLETON, MASS.
80
A - Dana Harrity - NORTH HAMPTON, N.H.
81

Martha Linscott - KANSAS CITY, MO.
72
Ellen Port - ST. LOUIS, MO.
74
A - Lacy Shelton - OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
83
A - Alexandra Beury - BENTON, KAN.
83

Marilyn Hardy - HOUSTON, TEXAS
78
Julie Harrison - BATON ROUGE, LA.
78
Anna Morales - AUSTIN, TEXAS
78
Karen Veriato - SAN MARCOS, TEXAS
78
Kelley Louth - AUSTIN, TEXAS
79
Kimberly Noonan - AUSTIN, TEXAS
83
A - Nancy Kromar - AUSTIN, TEXAS
84
A - Lecia Alexander - STAFFORD, TEXAS
84

Akemi Khaiat - JAPAN
77
Sherry Smith - IRVINE, CALIF.
78
Mickey Burgess - RANCHO SANTA FE, CALIF.
79
Kathy Kurata - PASADENA, CALIF.
79
Sharon Park - IRVINE, CALIF.
79
Linda Pearson - GLENDALE, CALIF.
80
Reana Yun - GLENDALE, CALIF.
80
Michele Bennett - SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
81
Kelly Husted - SANTA MONICA, CALIF.
81
Angela Collins - GLENDALE, CALIF.
82
Diane Irvin - PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIF.
82
Deborah Anderson - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
83
Petra Cole - SANTEE, CALIF.
83
Linda Edelstein - TEMECULA, CALIF.
84
Ann Lahey - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
84
Julie McMullin - PARK CITY, UTAH
84
A - Olivia Slutzky - NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
84
A - Eden Anderson - OAKLAND, CALIF.
84

Linda Jeffery - ABILENE, TEXAS
76
Jennifer Lucas - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
77
A - Leslie L Smith - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
81
A - Cyndi Carlson - CHESAPEAKE, VA.
85

Lisa Schlesinger - LAYTONSVILLE, MD.
76
Dawn Woodard - GREER, S.C.
76
Andrea Kraus - BALTIMORE, MD.
77
Jordan Craig - CONNELLSVILLE, PA.
78
Suzi Spotleson - CANTON, OHIO
80
Kay Tyler - BETHESDA, MD.
81
Katie Cox - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
82
Christy Larrimore - BALTIMORE, MD.
82
Cindy Morris - PORTSMOUTH, VA.
82
Mary Cabriele - VIENNA, VA.
83
A - Martina Schumacher - MIDLOTHIAN, VA.
83
A - Amy Young - YORK, PA.
83

Joan Garety - ADA, MICH.
78
Julie Massa - HOLT, MICH.
78
Helene Beat - SYLVANIA, OHIO
79
Judith Allan-Kyrinis - CANADA
80
Ann Kuhn - BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH.
81
Stefani Markovich - CANADA
81
A - Lindsay Davis - CHICAGO, ILL.
82
A - Susan Podolsky - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
84

Brenda Pictor - MARIETTA, GA.
75
Karen Williams - BEAN STATION, TENN.
77
Margaret Shirley - AUBURN, ALA.
78
A - Cynthia Navis - POINT CLEAR, ALA.
81
A - Cheryl Grigg - SEA ISLAND, GA.
82

Lynne Cowan - DAVIS, CALIF.
75
Patricia Cornett - MILL VALLEY, CALIF.
77
Teri Gangi-Helder - MONTE SERENO, CALIF.
77
Renata Young - ANTIOCH, CALIF.
77
A - Eloise Camille Vicencio - SAN RAMON, CALIF.
77
A - Jenni Jenq - SARATOGA, CALIF.
78

Tanya Olson - NAPERVILLE, ILL.
79
Susan Rheney - GREENSBORO, GA.
79
Laura Carson - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
80
Kim Dickerson - PALATINE, ILL.
81
Janet Moore - GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO.
83
Sue O'Connor - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
83
A - Mary Kay Thanos-Zordani - CHICAGO, ILL.
86
A - Abbey Reif - SCOTT AFB, ILL.
86

Jennifer Delgadillo - EL PASO, TEXAS
79
A - Lara Davis - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
80
A - Annette Sieben - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
84

Jill Johnson - TULSA, OKLA.
81
Ashley Slavich - OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
81
Jaclyn Laboi - BRANSON, MO.
84
Tanna Richard - FORT SMITH, ARK.
85
A - Jann Stafford Fouke - BROKEN ARROW, OKLA.
86
A - Doris Herren - CAVE SPRINGS, ARK.
87

Kim Eaton - GREELEY, COLO.
72
Maren Scoggins - DENVER, COLO.
76
Shannon Lutynski - CASTLE ROCK, COLO.
83
Janet Yoder - ELBERT, COLO.
83
A - Sally Lawrence - ENGLEWOOD, COLO.
89
A - Meg Christensen - HOUSTON, TEXAS
89

Leigh Klasse - ST. ANTHONY, MINN.
76
Paige Bromen - STILLWATER, MINN.
80
Claudia Pilot - AUSTIN, MINN.
81
Kara Salava - N ST PAUL, MINN.
84
A - Brenda Williams - MINNETRISTA, MINN.
84
A - Arin Adamson - SIOUX FALLS, S.D.
85

Patti Hogeboom - CANADA
74
Noreen Mohler - BETHLEHEM, PA.
75
Rylee Plitz - CANADA
77
Debbie Adams - ASHEVILLE, N.C.
79
Daria Cummings - MONROE, CONN.
81
Laurie White - CARMEL, N.Y.
81
Michelle Murphy - NORWALK, CONN.
84
Frances Gacos - FLEMINGTON, N.J.
85
Donna Young - EWING, N.J.
85
A - Lisa Poritz - HERSHEY, PA.
86
A - Karen Bouloucon - WEST MILFORD, N.J.
86

Thuhashini Selvaratnam - SRI LANKA
77
Liz Waynick - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
78
Annette Gaiotti - HOLLADAY, UTAH
79
Liisa Kelo Escartin - MEXICO
79
Andrea Kosa - CANADA
80
Kerry Postillion - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
80
A - Jennifer Kaye - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
80
A - Laura Moore - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
81

Lisa Judge - KULA, HAWAII
91
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