65th U.S. GIRLS' JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP ® - Round of 64 Pairings
Updated 9:57 a.m. EDT
Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
7:30 am1Sabrina BonannoNorridge, Ill.
Aliea ClarkCarlsbad, Calif.
7:39 am1Kristen GillmanAustin, Texas
Sierra KerstenSpokane, Wash.
7:48 am1Allisen CorpuzHonolulu, Hawaii
Maria FassiMexico
7:57 am1Hannah O'SullivanParadise Valley, Ariz.
Emily MaharScottsdale, Ariz.
8:06 am1Alice ChenPrinceton, N.J.
Megan KhangRockland, Mass.
8:15 am1Andrea LeeHermosa Beach, Calif.
Sarah BurnhamMaple Grove, Minn.
8:24 am1Maddie SzerykAllen, Texas
Chakansim KhambornThailand
8:33 am1Yueer FengOrlando, Fla.
Dana GattoneAddison, Ill.
8:42 am1Emily CampbellCarrollton, Texas
Amy LeeBrea, Calif.
8:51 am1Sarah ChoSan Diego, Calif.
Christina FosterCanada
9:00 am1Angella ThenUpland, Calif.
Hannah GreenAustralia
9:09 am1Kelsey UlepRocklin, Calif.
Pauline Del RosarioPhilippines
9:18 am1Danielle LeeLa Mirada, Calif.
Cheyenne KnightAledo, Texas
9:27 am1Princess SuperalPhilippines
Youngin ChunAustin, Texas
9:36 am1Gabrielle BarkerCaldwell, Idaho
Gabriella ThenUpland, Calif.
9:45 am1Bailey TardyNorcross, Ga.
Abbey CarlsonLake Mary, Fla.
9:54 am1Lilia Khatu VuFountain Valley, Calif.
Alexis Monet FloresLitchfield Park, Ariz.
10:03 am1Chandler GallagherKansas City, Mo.
Marijosse NavarroSan Antonio, Texas
10:12 am1Taylor TomlinsonGainesville, Fla.
Isabella DiLisioHatfield, Pa.
10:21 am1Lakareber AbeAngleton, Texas
Lou Daniella UyPhilippines
10:30 am1Kathleen ScavoBenicia, Calif.
Lauren GrosWindermere, Fla.
10:39 am1Gigi StollBeaverton, Ore.
Elizabeth WangSan Marino, Calif.
10:48 am1Mai DechathipatOakton, Va.
Elsa DiazSan Antonio, Texas
10:57 am1Courtney DowFrisco, Texas
Alexandra FarnsworthNashville, Tenn.
11:06 am1Minjee LeeAustralia
Kaitlyn PappAustin, Texas
11:15 am1Jennifer PengSan Diego, Calif.
Anina KuBasking Ridge, N.J.
11:24 am1Jennifer KupchoWestminster, Colo.
Rinko MitsunagaRoswell, Ga.
11:33 am1Lyberty AndersonChesterfield, Va.
Casie CathreaLivermore, Calif.
11:42 am1Samantha WagnerWindermere, Fla.
Laura HoskinNew Zealand
11:51 am1Hana KuBasking Ridge, N.J.
Anneliese NewellTampa, Fla.
12:00 pm1Nicole MoralesSouth Salem, N.Y.
Isabelle KaneWinnetka, Ill.
12:09 pm1Bethany WuDiamond Bar, Calif.
Kelly WhaleyFarmington, Conn.


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