33rd U.S. MID-AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP ® - Match Play Tree
Updated 3:02 p.m. CDT
Winner
1Matthew Mattare, Jersey City, N.J.
64Davis Boland, Louisville, Ky.
2 & 1
1 up
4 & 2
19 holes
1 up
2 & 1
7 & 6
2 & 1
4 & 3
2 & 1
8 & 6
32Ryan Sloane, Campbell, Calif.
33Bradley Bastion, Clinton Township, Mich.
16Jeff Wilson, Fairfield, Calif.
49Erik Hanson, Kirkland, Wash.
4 & 2
1 up
17Randal Lewis, Alma, Mich.
48Dan Sullivan, Pasadena, Calif.
8Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C.
57Mark Cusic, California, Md.
3 & 2
1 up
1 up
4 & 2
25Zach Atkinson, Hurst, Texas
40Jim Chang, San Marino, Calif.
9Michael McCoy, West Des Moines, Iowa
56Bobby Leopold, Coventry, R.I.
1 up
1 up
24Scott Rowe, Hinsdale, Ill.
41Joe Jaspers, Huntersville, N.C.
4Kevin Marsh, Henderson, Nev.
61Matthew Rosen, Tucson, Ariz.
1 up
4 & 3
2 & 1
5 & 3
1 up
4 & 3
29Scott Shingler, Haymarket, Va.
36Nathan Smith, Brookville, Pa.
13Corby Segal, Santa Clarita, Calif.
52Patrick Christovich, New Orleans, La.
4 & 3
2 & 1
20Keith Unikel, Potomac, Md.
45Jeff Knox, Augusta, Ga.
5Tim Jackson, Germantown, Tenn.
60Michael Greene, Overland Park, Kan.
6 & 4
7 & 5
1 up
1 up
28Keith Humerickhouse, Eagle, Colo.
37Grant Skyllas, Wyomissing, Pa.
12Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C.
53Mitch Mercer, Pittsburgh, Pa.
1 up
4 & 2
21Benjamin Day, North Haven, Conn.
44Ken Tanigawa, Phoenix, Ariz.
2Kenny Cook, Noblesville, Ind.
63Benjamin Campbell, Cleveland, Va.
5 & 4
2 & 1
19 holes
3 & 1
1 up
3 & 2
20 holes
8 & 6
31Brad Valois, Warwick, R.I.
34Haymes Snedeker, Fairhope, Ala.
15Kenneth McCready, San Diego, Calif.
50Garrett Rank, Canada
3 & 2
19 holes
18Joseph Benedetti, Newport Beach, Calif.
47Stan Gann Jr., Bonaire, Ga.
7Jon Veneziano, Mount Dora, Fla.
58Doug Clapp, Walpole, Mass.
3 & 2
5 & 4
6 & 5
1 up
26Bryan Haase, Jupiter, Fla.
39Todd Mitchell, Bloomington, Ill.
10J. J. Jakovac, Las Vegas, Nev.
55Brian Higgins, Bellingham, Mass.
2 & 1
4 & 3
23Aaron Hickman, Tyler, Texas
42John Engler, Augusta, Ga.
3Bill Williamson, Cincinnati, Ohio
62John Rudolph, San Diego, Calif.
6 & 4
2 & 1
Conceded
6 & 5
5 & 4
19 holes
30Bryan Norton, Mission Hills, Kan.
35Tim Hogarth, Northridge, Calif.
14Joseph Saladino, Huntington, N.Y.
51T.J. Shuart, Coral Springs, Fla.
2 & 1
3 & 2
19Joseph Alfieri II, Lutz, Fla.
46Michael McDermott, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
6Paul Simson, Raleigh, N.C.
59Bobby Delagrange, Westfield, Ind.
3 & 2
3 & 2
6 & 5
7 & 5
27Craig Smith, Springfield, Tenn.
38Michael Walton, Indian Wells, Calif.
11Brad Gibson, Frisco, Texas
54Arnold Cutrell, Greensburg, Pa.
1 up
19 holes
22Jonathan Jackson, Chapel Hill, N.C.
43Matt Schneider, Grand Rapids, Minn.


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