111th U.S. Women's Amateur Championship ® - Match Play Tree
Updated 10:33 a.m. EDT
Winner
1Jihee Kim, Korea
64Elyse Smidinger, Crofton, Md.
2 & 1
1 up
2 & 1
3 & 1
4 & 3
19 holes
21 holes
4 & 3
1 up
1 up
6 & 5
32Brooke Pancake, Chattanooga, Tenn.
33Breanna Elliott, Australia
16Courtney Gunter, Matthews, N.C.
49Christine Wong, Canada
4 & 3
19 holes
17Nicole Morales, South Salem, N.Y.
48Emma De Groot, Australia
8Xi Yu Lin, People's Republic of China
57Tiffany Lim, San Jose, Calif.
1 up
6 & 4
4 & 2
1 up
25Mariel Galdiano, Pearl City, Hawaii
40Erynne Lee, Silverdale, Wash.
9Annie Park, Levittown, N.Y.
56Calle Nielson, Nashville, Tenn.
24 holes
2 up
24Amy Meier, Rochester Hills, Mich.
41Jennifer Kirby, Canada
4Emma Talley, Princeton, Ky.
61Shu-Yin Liu, Chinese Taipei
5 & 3
3 & 2
6 & 4
4 & 2
2 & 1
19 holes
29Danielle Kang, Westlake Village, Calif.
36Talia Campbell, Dallas, Texas
13Jaye Marie Green, Boca Raton, Fla.
52Chelsea Mocio, Fort Worth, Texas
1 up
1 up
20Marina Alex, Wayne, N.J.
45Cindy Ha, Demarest, N.J.
5Casey Grice, College Station, Texas
60Ket Preamchuen, Kennesaw, Ga.
3 & 2
6 & 4
3 & 2
1 up
28Demi Frances Runas, Torrance, Calif.
37Manuela Carbajo Re, Argentina
12Lisa McCloskey, Montgomery, Texas
53Holly Clyburn, England
1 up
1 up
21Andrea Unson, Philippines
44Julie Yang, Mesa, Ariz.
2Lydia Ko, New Zealand
63Lauren Dobashi, Gold River, Calif.
4 & 3
19 holes
3 & 2
3 & 2
3 & 2
3 & 2
5 & 4
2 & 1
31Madeleine Sheils, Boise, Idaho
34Stephanie Kono, Honolulu, Hawaii
15Tiffany Lua, Rowland Heights, Calif.
50Kelly Shon, Port Washington, N.Y.
20 holes
19 holes
18Gabriella Then, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
47Mackenzie Brooke Henderson, Canada
7Pamela Pretswell, Scotland
58Stephanie Kim, Tempe, Ariz.
19 holes
4 & 2
2 & 1
1 up
26Lee Lopez, Whittier, Calif.
39Kristina Merkle, Honolulu, Hawaii
10Austin Ernst, Seneca, S.C.
55Sally Watson, Scotland
1 up
3 & 2
23Michelle Piyapattra, Corona, Calif.
42Kristen Park, Buena Park, Calif.
3Moriya Jutanugarn, Thailand
62Crystal Reeves, Broken Arrow, Okla.
1 up
1 up
1 up
3 & 1
1 up
19 holes
30Amy Anderson, Oxbow, N.D.
35Cyna Rodriguez, Philippines
14Victoria Tanco, Bradenton, Fla.
51Jessica Wallace, Canada
3 & 2
1 up
19Chihiro Ikeda, Philippines
46Sarah Ababa, Philippines
6Doris Chen, Bradenton, Fla.
59Gabriela Lopez, Mexico
20 holes
5 & 4
3 & 2
2 & 1
27Brianna Cooper, Canada
38Casey Danielson, Osceola, Wis.
11Ariya Jutanugarn, Thailand
54Sophia Popov, Germany
19 holes
2 & 1
22Lauren Stratton, Spring Hill, Tenn.
43Lindy Duncan, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.


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