113th U.S. WOMEN'S AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP ® - Round of 64 Pairings
Updated 9:29 p.m. EDT
Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
9:30 am1Yumi MatsubaraJapan
Bianca Maria FabrizioItaly
9:40 am1Lauren Diaz-YiThousand Oaks, Calif.
Desiree DubreuilSanta Ana, Calif.
9:50 am1Lori Beth AdamsBurlington, N.C.
Clariss GucePhilippines
10:00 am1Kendall PrinceLake Oswego, Ore.
Casey DanielsonOsceola, Wis.
10:10 am1Brooke Mackenzie HendersonCanada
Kacie KomotoHonolulu, Hawaii
10:20 am1Erynne LeeSilverdale, Wash.
Doris ChenChinese Taipei
10:30 am1Kotone HoriJapan
Kelly GrasselChesterton, Ind.
10:40 am1Minjee LeeAustralia
Elizabeth NagelDewitt, Mich.
10:50 am1Yueer Cindy FengOrlando, Fla.
Saki IidaGilbert, Ariz.
11:00 am1Ember SchuldtSterling, Ill.
Emily CollinsColleyville, Texas
11:10 am1Nicole MoralesSouth Salem, N.Y.
Liv ChengNew Zealand
11:20 am1Casie CathreaLivermore, Calif.
Sophia PopovGermany
11:30 am1Brittany FanPearl City, Hawaii
Monica PetchakanEncino, Calif.
11:40 am1Annie ParkLevittown, N.Y.
Lauren StephensonLexington, S.C.
11:50 am1Kelly ShonPort Washington, N.Y.
Gabriela LopezMexico
12:00 pm1Carolin PineggerAustria
Meghan StasiOakland Park, Fla.
12:10 pm1Allisen CorpuzHonolulu, Hawaii
Laura WearnCharlotte, N.C.
12:20 pm1Katelyn SepmoreeTyler, Texas
Kyung KimChandler, Ariz.
12:30 pm1Caroline InglisEugene, Ore.
Elizabeth WangSan Marino, Calif.
12:40 pm1Aurora KanBoothwyn, Pa.
Gabriella ThenRancho Cucamonga, Calif.
12:50 pm1Alison LeeValencia, Calif.
Dawn WoodardGreer, S.C.
1:00 pm1Mariel GaldianoPearl City, Hawaii
Katelyn DambaughGoose Creek, S.C.
1:10 pm1Princess SuperalPhilippines
Alexandra HarkinsCrystal Lake, Ill.
1:20 pm1Stephanie MeadowNorthern Ireland
Leona MaguireRepublic of Ireland
1:30 pm1Emma TalleyPrinceton, Ky.
Lydia ChoiBeverly Hills, Calif.
1:40 pm1Christine MeierRochester Hills, Mich.
Tatiana WijayaIndonesia
1:50 pm1Cyna Marie RodriguezPhilippines
Maria FassiMexico
2:00 pm1Ally McDonaldFulton, Miss.
Allyssa FerrellEdgerton, Wis.
2:10 pm1Emily TubertBurbank, Calif.
Ashlan RamseyMilledgeville, Ga.
2:20 pm1Cammie GrayNorthport, Ala.
Simin FengPeople's Republic of China
2:30 pm1Su-Hyun OhAustralia
Jessie GerryMadison, Wis.
2:40 pm1Grace NaOakland, Calif.
Megan KhangRockland, Mass.

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