USGA Sr. Women's Amateur Sectional Qualifying Results

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


KATHY MALPASS - EVERGREEN, COLO.
74
CHRISTIE AUSTIN - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
77
MARY DOYEN - DENVER, COLO.
79
JUDY COLLINS - CANADA
80
ANNETTE GAIOTTI - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
80
MARY S SMITH - SHERIDAN, WYO.
81
LAURIE STEENROD - AURORA, COLO.
82
A - DEBORAH HUGHES - DENVER, COLO.
82
A - LIZ KENNEDY - GRAND JUNCTION, COLO.
84

NANCY FITZGERALD - CARMEL, IND.
82
SHEILA HAYNES - MADISON, MISS.
82
PATRICIA ROBINSON - POPLAR BLUFF, MO.
82
RAE HIGDON - BOONVILLE, IND.
84
A - HARRIETTE MYERS - NEW MADRID, MO.
84
A - NINA WHALEN - INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
86

REBECCA MONTGELAS - DARIEN, CONN.
79
DEBORAH JAMGOCHIAN - GREENWICH, CONN.
80
SHARON HOFFMAN - LAWRENCE, N.Y.
81
DENISE MARTORANA - SAG HARBOR, N.Y.
82
MARIANNE SPRINGER - WELLINGTON, FLA.
82
A - YONG PARK - LONG ISLAND, N.Y.
83
A - CHERYL BRAYMAN - EAST HILLS, N.Y.
84

DANNA KING - COTO DE CAZA, CALIF.
79
CAROL SARKISSIAN - COVINA, CALIF.
81
MARSHA BUTLER - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
82
NADINE ELLIOTT - BERMUDA DUNES, CALIF.
82
MITSUE LEWIS - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
82
GENEVIEVE ROBINSON - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
82
DEBORAH ANDERSON - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
83
ANN LAHEY - KENTFIELD, CALIF.
83
LESLIE WILK - AGOURA HILLS, CALIF.
84
DIANE BARBER - BURBANK, CALIF.
85
MELANIE MCCAFFERY - HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
85
A - LOUISE DAVIS - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
85
A - LINDA PEARSON - GLENDALE, CALIF.
86

BARBARA BERKMEYER - ST LOUIS, MO.
76
DIANA CHANCELLOR - ST LOUIS, MO.
80
LOUISE MATTHEWS - ST LOUIS, MO.
80
A - GINNY ORTHWEIN - ST LOUIS, MO.
80
A - MARY ANN BEATTIE - ST LOUIS, MO.
82

JOANNE CATLIN - ASHBURNHAM, MASS.
79
REGGIE PARKER - HOBE SOUND, FLA.
79
IVY STEINBERG - CANADA
80
MARY GALE - WORCESTER, MASS.
81
GEORGIA PEIRCE - BOSTON, MASS.
81
AMY DICKISON - ROWLEY, MASS.
82
KATHIE STEVENS - MILTON, MASS.
83
A - KIBBE REILLY - PROVIDENCE, R.I.
83
A - GAIL REGAN - QUINCY, MASS.
84

PATTY MOORE - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
74
PAT BROGDEN - GARNER, N.C.
75
LEA ANNE BROWN - MT PLEASANT, S.C.
77
KIM CLARKE - NEWTON, N.C.
77
KAREN FERREE - HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.
79
A - DIANNE YELOVICH - PINEHURST, N.C.
79
A - CYNTHIA CURRY - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
80

BARBARA PAGANA - SELINSGROVE, PA.
77
CARINA WATKINS - BALDWINSVILLE, N.Y.
79
A - KIM KAUL - BOSTON, N.Y.
80
A - TRACY BARNARD - FAIRPORT, N.Y.
81

LISA MCGILL - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
79
CONNIE SHORB - YORK, PA.
79
ALEXANDRA FRAZIER - HAVERFORD, PA.
80
KERRY RUTAN - AMBLER, PA.
80
A - CINDY MORRIS - PORTSMOUTH, VA.
81
A - ELIZABETH HAINES - ARDMORE, PA.
83

MINA HARDIN - FT WORTH, TEXAS
74
LESLIE HENRY - DALLAS, TEXAS
76
NANCY KROMAR - AUSTIN, TEXAS
77
JANIE CARPENTER - GARLAND, TEXAS
78
CINDY GILKESON - SUGARLAND, TEXAS
80
MARLENE SUMMERS - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
80
NANNETTE WHEELIS - WACO, TEXAS
80
A - TERRY ANN DUKES - HORSESHOE BAY, TEXAS
80
A - CAMILLE CLAY - AUSTIN, TEXAS
83

LISA SCHLESINGER - LAYTONSVILLE, MD.
70
ANDREA KRAUS - BALTIMORE, MD.
71
MIMI HOFFMAN - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
77
JOANNE KITUSKY - GLEN ALLEN, VA.
77
ARLINE HOFFMAN - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
78
A - MARGARET BRADY - WASHINGTON, D.C.
78
A - BOODIE MCGURN - RICHMOND, VA.
79

MARY HELEN MCELREATH - AUGUSTA, GA.
78
CHERYL GRIGG - SEA ISLAND, GA.
79
A - DEBRA PARTRIDGE - ROSWELL, GA.
84
A - JANE DUGGAN - ATLANTA, GA.
84

CHERYLL DAMPHOUSE - CANADA
77
MAUREEN WHITEHEAD - CHARLEVOIX, MICH.
77
MARYLOU HENDERSON - CANADA
78
JOAN GARETY - ADA, MICH.
80
A - CLAUDIA CENKO - BEVERLY HILLS, MICH.
81
A - DONNA BENFORD - LINDEN, MICH.
81

DENISE DESILET - WICHITA, KAN.
82
LYNN KEEFE - COPPELL, TEXAS
82
TANNA RICHARD - FORT SMITH, ARK.
83
A - RITA GREGORY - MANHATTAN, KAN.
83
A - TERESA DELARZELERE - BROKEN ARROW, OKLA.
84

MARIANNE TOWERSEY - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.
74
SANDY WOODRUFF - SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.
78
A - SHERI HAUCK - ARROYO GRANDE, CALIF.
79
A - ANN HUBER - FRESNO, CALIF.
84

MARY JANE HIESTAND - NAPLES, FLA.
70
LINDA DILLON - WINTER GARDEN, FLA.
75
LINDA MCMILLAN - ORMOND BEACH, FLA.
76
SISI HEDGES - MULBERRY, FLA.
77
TAFFY BROWER - BOYNTON BEACH, FLA.
78
PATSY EHRET - STUART, FLA.
78
THERESE QUINN - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
78
ALISON REIFERS - DUBLIN, OHIO
78
DIANE BOHL - KISSIMMEE, FLA.
79
A - CATHERINE RICHEY - WINTER PARK, FLA.
79
A - DEBBIE MOOKSANG - VALRICO, FLA.
80

ANNE CARR - SEATTLE, WASH.
75
DENISE KIEFFER - UNIVERSITY PLACE, WASH.
76
ANN SWANSON - SEATTLE, WASH.
76
MARCIA FISHER - CANBY, ORE.
77
LEILANI NORMAN - EUGENE, ORE.
77
GINNY BURKEY - FIRCREST, WASH.
80
A - LAURA RISHER - ISSAQUAH, WASH.
81
A - JEANNE LINK - REDMOND, WASH.
81

KEIKI-DAWN IZUMI - KANEOHE, HAWAII
85
CHAOK MERKLE - HONOLULU, HAWAII
86
A - KAREN PRICE - PENN VALLEY, CALIF.
86
A - LILY YAO - HONOLULU, HAWAII
90

BARBARA BYRNES - MESA, ARIZ.
80
SHEILA DAGUCON - SONOITA, ARIZ.
80
JUDY MILLER - TUCSON, ARIZ.
81
JEANNIE LALLENSACK - TUCSON, ARIZ.
82
PATTY KIMBALL - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
83
RITA ALBERTSON - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
84
CINDY BRYNIARSKI - DURANGO, COLO.
84
MARIE MIYASHIRO - TUCSON, ARIZ.
84
A - JEAN SMITH - EAGLE, IDAHO
85
A - SANDIE GATES - FARMINGTON, N.M.
85

LEIGH KLASSE - ST ANTHONY, MINN.
81
LILI MCMILLAN - ORONO, MINN.
85
BRENDA WILLIAMS - MINNETRISTA, MINN.
85
MARY FLYNN - EDEN PRAIRIE, MINN.
86
JO-ANN LINDSAY - EDINA, MINN.
87
A - ELLIE LAYTON - IRVING, TEXAS
87
A - SALLY MEANS - PINEHURST, N.C.
88

SUSAN RHENEY - GREENSBORO, GA.
83
KEIKO KUSHIDA - DUNDEE, ILL.
85
CHAR MCLEAR - MCHENRY, ILL.
85
LINDSAY WORTHAM - RICHMOND, VA.
85
LINDSEY NOBLE - FORT MYERS, FLA.
86
LAURA CARSON - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
87
MAUREEN SHEEHAN - GRAYSLAKE, ILL.
87
A - JILL CHRISTIANSEN - LA GRANGE, ILL.
87
A - KIM DICKERSON - PALATINE, ILL.
87

TERESA CLELAND - SYRACUSE, N.Y.
75
PATTY LANG - SAEGERTOWN, PA.
76
GINNY MARSHALL - CANADA
77
A - JUDITH DWYER - ALLENTOWN, PA.
78
A - JOAN ASH - YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO
82

LOU HART - MERIDIAN, MISS.
81
MARTHA LANG - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
81
BONNIE GRIZZARD - NORTH PALM BCH, FLA.
82
A - PEG BRADY - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
82
A - CONNIE BOUSQUET - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
84
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