27th U.S. WOMEN'S MID-AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP ® - Round of 64 Pairings
Updated 4:01 p.m. EDT
Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
8:00 am1Julia PotterGranger, Ind.
Stacy DennisHuntsville, Texas
8:09 am1Marilyn HardyHouston, Texas
Jennifer LochheadCanada
8:18 am1Sydney WellsMenominee, Mich.
Kathy KurataPasadena, Calif.
8:27 am1Kate HildahlTualatin, Ore.
Connie IslerArlington, Va.
8:36 am1Tara Joy-ConnellyPalm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Lisa AndersonMiddleton, Mass.
8:45 am1Jordan CraigConnellsville, Pa.
Kareen MarkleMeridian, Idaho
8:54 am1Dawn WoodardGreer, S.C.
Amy EllertsonFree Union, Va.
9:03 am1Patricia CornettMill Valley, Calif.
Anna SchultzRockwall, Texas
9:12 am1Olivia HerrickRoseville, Minn.
Therese QuinnJacksonville, Fla.
9:21 am1Sarah DavisonChoudrant, La.
Kay DanielCovington, La.
9:30 am1Glynnis PriceShiprock, N.M.
Kelly SchaubGreeley, Colo.
9:39 am1Candus HerreraApple Valley, Calif.
Stefi MarkovichCanada
9:48 am1Christina ProteauCanada
Lisa McGillPhiladelphia, Pa.
9:57 am1Lacy SheltonOverland Park, Kan.
Petra ColeSan Diego, Calif.
10:06 am1Martha LeachHebron, Ky.
Sue WoosterAustralia
10:15 am1Lin McMillanPalm Coast, Fla.
Olivia SlutzkyNewport Beach, Calif.
10:24 am1Meghan StasiOakland Park, Fla.
Julie StrengGreensboro, N.C.
10:33 am1Marie ArnouxFrance
Amy LoughneyHoboken, N.J.
10:42 am1Mina HardinMexico
Shirley VaughnAkron, Ohio
10:51 am1Renata YoungWalnut Creek, Calif.
Angela StewartGreenville, N.C.
11:00 am1Shannon LutynskiCastle Rock, Colo.
Linda JefferyAbilene, Texas
11:09 am1Brenda Corrie KuehnAsheville, N.C.
Judith KyrinisCanada
11:18 am1Laura CobleAugusta, Ga.
Hitomi InabaJapan
11:27 am1Caryn WilsonRancho Mirage, Calif.
Pamela KuongWellesley Hills, Mass.
11:36 am1Margaret ShirleyRoswell, Ga.
Suzanne StanleyNashville, Tenn.
11:45 am1Tara FlemingJersey City, N.J.
Lauren ToddFlagstaff, Ariz.
11:54 am1Debbie AdamsAsheville, N.C.
Stacey ArnoldWestminster, Colo.
12:03 pm1Holly BareClovis, Calif.
Tracy WelchBoston, Mass.
12:12 pm1Rachel SmithMansfield, Texas
Carmen TitusKansas City, Mo.
12:21 pm1Andrea KrausBaltimore, Md.
Deborah AndersonRancho Mirage, Calif.
12:30 pm1Mercedes HuarteArgentina
Meredith ChiampaNew York, N.Y.
12:39 pm1Corey WeworskiCarlsbad, Calif.
Suzi SpotlesonCanton, Ohio


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