63rd U.S. Girls' Junior Championship ® - Match Play Tree
Updated 1:49 p.m. CDT
Winner
1Ariya Jutanugarn, Thailand
64Marissa Chow, Honolulu, Hawaii
6 & 4
1 up
4 & 3
3 & 1
1 up
5 & 4
1 up
1 up
8 & 6
2 & 1
2 & 1
32Sarah Schmelzel, Phoenix, Ariz.
33Suchaya Tangkamolprasert, Thailand
16Mariel Galdiano, Pearl City, Hawaii
49Katelyn Dambaugh, Goose Creek, S.C.
5 & 4
19 holes
17Jisoo Keel, Canada
48Kayli Quinton, Houston, Texas
8Gabriella Then, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
57Lou Daniela Uy, Philippines
7 & 6
3 & 1
3 & 2
19 holes
25Marguerite Swearingen, Livermore, Calif.
40Maria Fernanda Torres, Puerto Rico
9Lindsey Weaver, Scottsdale, Ariz.
56Janie Jackson, Huntsville, Ala.
1 up
1 up
24Irene Jung, Canada
41Caroline Araskog, Locust Valley, N.Y.
4Nicole Morales, South Salem, N.Y.
61Bryana Nguyen, Columbia, Md.
4 & 3
3 & 2
1 up
4 & 3
1 up
4 & 3
29Allisen Corpuz, Honolulu, Hawaii
36Alison Lee, Valencia, Calif.
13Lydia Choi, Beverly Hills, Calif.
52Isabel Southard, Sharon, Mass.
2 & 1
4 & 2
20Amy Lee, Brea, Calif.
45Mikayla Harmon, Gilbert, Ariz.
5Mariah Stackhouse, Riverdale, Ga.
60Rachel Dai, Suwanee, Ga.
5 & 4
4 & 3
4 & 3
1 up
28Caroline Inglis, Eugene, Ore.
37Annie Park, Levittown, N.Y.
12Sophia Schubert, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
53Talia Campbell, Dallas, Texas
1 up
5 & 4
21Casey Danielson, Osceola, Wis.
44Lilia Khatu Vu, Fountain Valley, Calif.
2Casie Cathrea, Livermore, Calif.
63Lakareber Abe, Angleton, Texas
2 up
5 & 4
2 & 1
5 & 3
1 up
1 up
6 & 5
5 & 4
31Ashlan Ramsey, Milledgeville, Ga.
34Irina Paulin Gabasa, Philippines
15Paige Lee, Folsom, Calif.
50Sarah Harris, Hermitage, Tenn.
3 & 2
3 & 2
18Karen Chung, Livingston, N.J.
47Marijosse Navarro, Mexico
7Yu Liu, People's Republic of China
58Angel Yin, Arcadia, Calif.
2 & 1
4 & 2
5 & 3
21 holes
26Kacie Komoto, Honolulu, Hawaii
39Kristine Odaiyar, Ocala, Fla.
10Megan Khang, Rockland, Mass.
55Katherine Gravel-Coursol, Canada
5 & 4
2 & 1
23Lauren Kim, Los Altos, Calif.
42Anne Cheng, Torrance, Calif.
3Eimi Koga, Honolulu, Hawaii
62Megan Blonien, Altus, Okla.
3 & 2
2 & 1
2 & 1
6 & 5
5 & 3
1 up
30Stephanie Liu, St. Albans, Mo.
35Aurora Kan, Boothwyn, Pa.
14Summar Roachell, Conway, Ark.
51Brooke Henderson, Canada
3 & 1
3 & 2
19Manuela Carbajo Re, Argentina
46Thanya Pattamakijsakul, Thailand
6Emma Talley, Princeton, Ky.
59Andrea Unson, Philippines
5 & 3
1 up
2 up
6 & 5
27Katelyn Reynolds, Los Angeles, Calif.
38Dottie Ardina, Philippines
11Mariko Tumangan, San Jose, Calif.
54Yueer Cindy Feng, Orlando, Fla.
6 & 5
1 up
22Kaitlin Park, Tustin, Calif.
43Hee Wook Choi, Korea


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