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Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
8:30 am1Annie ParkLevittown, N.Y.
Ciera MinHilo, Hawaii
8:39 am1Raychelle SantosLa Quinta, Calif.
Demi Frances RunasTorrance, Calif.
8:48 am1Sierra BrooksSorrento, Fla.
Robynn ReeRedondo Beach, Calif.
8:57 am1Chirapat Jao-JavanilNorman, Okla.
Madison OpferPlant City, Fla.
9:06 am1Ashley HolderOrlando, Fla.
Mercedes HuarteArgentina
9:15 am1Lucy LiRedwood City, Calif.
Ember SchuldtSterling, Ill.
9:24 am1Grace ParkSan Jose, Calif.
Maria VillegasMexico
9:33 am1Kaitlyn PappAustin, Texas
Cindy HaDemarest, N.J.
9:42 am1Kyung KimChandler, Ariz.
Monika PoomcharoenTemecula, Calif.
9:51 am1Briana MaoFolsom, Calif.
Patricia WongWalnut, Calif.
10:00 am1Kendall MartindaleJefferson City, Tenn.
Krystal QuihuisTucson, Ariz.
10:09 am1Abby NewtonKaty, Texas
Louise YiCinnaminson, N.J.
10:18 am1Mariel GaldianoPearl City, Hawaii
Ericka SchneiderBradenton, Fla.
10:27 am1Lauren Diaz-YiThousand Oaks, Calif.
Katie JeanRantoul, Ill.
10:36 am1Grace NaAlameda, Calif.
Taylor SchmidtCanada
10:45 am1Lacey FearsBonaire, Ga.
Lucy NunnLawton, Okla.
10:54 am1Doris ChenBradenton, Fla.
Abbey CarlsonLake Mary, Fla.
11:03 am1Harley DubskyValparaiso, Ind.
Allyssa FerrellEdgerton, Wis.
11:12 am1Kris YooSchaumburg, Ill.
Mallory VieraHowey In The Hills, Fla.
11:21 am1Allisen CorpuzHonolulu, Hawaii
Mariah MontoyaLubbock, Texas
11:30 am1Anne-Catherine TanguayCanada
Chonlada ChayanunThailand
11:39 am1Julia CalbiSouth Barrington, Ill.
Chaewon ParkSan Pedro, Calif.
11:48 am1Krista PuisiteLatvia
Sarah KellamCrittenden, Ky.
11:57 am1Kelsey VinesSan Antonio, Texas
Clariss GuceArtesia, Calif.
12:06 pm1Casey DanielsonOsceola, Wis.
Kuriko TsukiyamaWest New York, N.J.
12:15 pm1Aurora KanAvondale, Pa.
Hannah WoodCentennial, Colo.
12:24 pm1Karen ChungLivingston, N.J.
Vanessa HaAllen, Texas
12:33 pm1Lauren CateSt. Augustine, Fla.
Catherine DolanBallwin, Mo.
12:42 pm1Julie YangStillwater, Okla.
Lakareber AbeAngleton, Texas
12:51 pm1Jade StaggsMoore, Okla.
Rika ParkJapan
1:00 pm1Kelly ShonPort Washington, N.Y.
Alison HovatterMeridianville, Ala.
1:09 pm1Whitney FrenchCorvallis, Ore.
Hannah SoderstenFresno, Calif.

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