Match Play Tree

Match Play Tree

Updated 1:11 am
Winner
1Eun Jeong Seong, Republic of Korea
64Samantha Gotcher, Clarksville, Tenn.
19 holes
19 holes
4 & 3
1 up
3 & 1
6 & 4
1 up
20 holes
1 up
1 up
3 & 2
32Sydney Youngblood, Durant, Okla.
33Grace Na, Alameda, Calif.
16Eimi Koga, Honolulu, Hawaii
49Alex Milan, Lutz, Fla.
3 & 1
4 & 3
17Monica Vaughn, Reedsport, Ore.
48Wanasa Zhou, Beaumont, Calif.
8Mariel Galdiano, Pearl City, Hawaii
57Rose Huang, Honolulu, Hawaii
2 & 1
2 & 1
3 & 2
1 up
25Krystal Quihuis, Tucson, Ariz.
40Doris Chen, Bradenton, Fla.
9Aram Choi, Canada
56Harley Dubsky, Valparaiso, Ind.
19 holes
3 & 2
24Lauren Diaz-Yi, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
41Robyn Doig, Canada
4Alana Uriell, Carlsbad, Calif.
61Jacqueline Bendrick, Mercer Island, Wash.
2 & 1
19 holes
1 up
21 holes
1 up
2 & 1
29Ines Lescudier, France
36Leilanie Kim, Canada
13Angel Yin, Arcadia, Calif.
52Lakareber Abe, Angleton, Texas
4 & 3
1 up
20Robynn Ree, Redondo Beach, Calif.
45Kristen Schelling, Mesa, Ariz.
5Gabriella Then, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
60Hannah Sodersten, Fresno, Calif.
3 & 2
5 & 3
2 up
3 & 1
28Raychelle Santos, La Quinta, Calif.
37Elyse Smidinger, Crofton, Md.
12Annie Park, Levittown, N.Y.
53Katie Lee, Silverdale, Wash.
1 up
1 up
21McKenzie Neisen, New Prague, Minn.
44Stani Schiavone, Bangor, Pa.
2Soobin Kim, Republic of Korea
63Marianne Li, Bellevue, Wash.
5 & 4
4 & 3
2 & 1
3 & 1
3 & 1
6 & 5
3 & 2
3 & 2
31Kaew Preamchuen, Thailand
34Dana Finkelstein, Chandler, Ariz.
15Maddie Szeryk, Allen, Texas
50Sarah Bae, Pinehurst, N.C.
1 up
5 & 4
18Sirene Blair, South Jordan, Utah
47Nani Yanagi, Hilo, Hawaii
7Cindy Ha, Demarest, N.J.
58Lydia Gumm, Radcliff, Ky.
2 up
19 holes
2 & 1
3 & 2
26Lucy Li, Redwood Shores, Calif.
39Alice Chen, Princeton, N.J.
10Kaci Masuda, Honolulu, Hawaii
55Luciane Lee, Brazil
6 & 4
5 & 4
23Jennifer Yang, Republic of Korea
42Lindsey McCurdy, Kyle, Texas
3Dominique Galloway, Rio Rancho, N.M.
62Catherine Dolan, Ballwin, Mo.
2 & 1
4 & 2
3 & 2
2 & 1
2 & 1
4 & 2
30Jacquelyn Eleey, Quincy, Mass.
35Sarah Cho, San Diego, Calif.
14Katharine Patrick, West University Place, Texas
51Alice Kim, Honolulu, Hawaii
20 holes
3 & 2
19Carly Ray Goldstein, Coral Springs, Fla.
46Ji Eun Baik, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
6Caroline Inglis, Eugene, Ore.
59Isabella Lambert, Big Bend, Wis.
4 & 2
19 holes
4 & 2
19 holes
27Fumie (Alice) Jo, People's Republic of China
38Alexis Keating, Elma, Wash.
11T. J. Kliebphipat, Panorama City, Calif.
54Abby Newton, Katy, Texas
2 & 1
20 holes
22Cassy Isagawa, Wailuku, Hawaii
43Blair Lewis, La Mesa, Calif.


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