U.S. Women's Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2011

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Anya Sarai Alvarez - TULSA, OKLA.
151
Garrett Phillips - ST SIMONS ISLAND, GA.
151
Mallory Blackwelder - VERSAILLES, KY.
156
A - Rachel Rohanna(a) - WAYNESBURG, PA.
157
A - Joy Trotter - CHINO HILLS, CALIF.
157

Kyung Kim(a) - CHANDLER, ARIZ.
143
Betsy King - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
144
Margarita Ramos(a) - TUCSON, ARIZ.
146
A - Manuela Carbajo Re(a) - ARGENTINA
146
A - Anna Scott - ATLANTA, GA.
147

Jennifer Rosales - ANAHEIM, CALIF.
142
Stephanie Kono(a) - HONOLULU, HAWAII
143
Erynne Lee(a) - SILVERDALE, WASH.
144
Lizette Salas(a) - AZUSA, CALIF.
144
A - Tiffany Lua(a) - ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CALIF.
147
A - Rachel Morris(a) - CARLSBAD, CALIF.
147

Katy Harris - HUMBLE, TEXAS
143
Lisa McCloskey(a) - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
144
Becky Morgan - WALES
145
A - Diana D'Alessio - FLANDERS, N.J.
147
A - Julia Boland(a) - AUSTRALIA
148

Sarah Kemp - AUSTRALIA
138
Emily Collins(a) - COLLEYVILLE, TEXAS
142
Chelsea Mocio(a) - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
143
A - Meredith Duncan - SHREVEPORT, LA.
144
A - Adrienne McDonald - GUN BARREL CITY, TEXAS
144

Alison Walshe - WESTFORD, MASS.
142
Dewi Claire Schreefel - NETHERLANDS
144
Anna Grzebien - NARRAGANSETT, R.I.
145
Jennifer Kirby(a) - CANADA
146
Brittany Marchand(a) - CANADA
148
Harukyo Nomura - JAPAN
148
Jaclyn Sweeney - BRADENTON, FLA.
149
A - Alexandra White(a) - LANCASTER, OHIO
149
A - Brittany Altomare(a) - SHREWSBURY, MASS.
149

Hee Kyung Seo - KOREA
141
Belen Mozo - SPAIN
143
Jinyoung Pak - KOREA
143
A - Jennifer Song - ORLANDO, FLA.
145
A - Grace Park - KOREA
146

Ryann O'Toole - SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF.
149
Mina Harigae - MONTEREY, CALIF.
150
Sofie Andersson - SWEDEN
151
Shinobu Moromizato - JAPAN
151
A - Joanne Lee(a) - SAN CARLOS, CALIF.
151
A - Jane Rah - TORRANCE, CALIF.
152

Mihyun Kim - KOREA
134
Aree Song - KOREA
139
Silvia Cavalleri - ORLANDO, FLA.
142
Lindy Duncan(a) - FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
142
Christine Wolf(a) - AUSTRIA
142
Nicole Hage - CORAL SPRINGS, FLA.
143
Paola Moreno - COLOMBIA
143
A - Paige Mackenzie - YAKIMA, WASH.
143
A - Mitsuki Katahira(a) - JAPAN
144

Amy Anderson(a) - OXBOW, N.D.
141
Kelly Shon(a) - PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.
142
A - Kirby Dreher - CANADA
147
A - Kim Kaufman(a) - CLARK, S.D.
148

Leta Lindley - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA.
144
Julieta Granada - PARAGUAY
145
Cindy Lacrosse - TAMPA, FLA.
145
Young-A Yang - KOREA
145
Chella Choi - KOREA
146
Saehee Son - KOREA
148
Danah Bordner - INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
149
Joanna Coe - MAYS LANDING, N.J.
149
A - Moira Dunn - UTICA, N.Y.
151
A - Kimberly Williams - BETHESDA, MD.
152

Jessi Gebhardt - BELLINGHAM, WASH.
152
Christina Proteau(a) - CANADA
152
Sue Kim - CANADA
154
A - Kendall Prince(a) - LAKE OSWEGO, ORE.
154
A - Taylor Kim(a) - CANADA
154

Junthima Gulyanamitta - WEST LAFAYETTE, IND.
147
Brittany Johnston - AKRON, OHIO
147
Ashley Prange - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
147
Karin Sjodin - SWEDEN
147
A - Emma Talley(a) - PRINCETON, KY.
148
A - Amy Meier(a) - ROCHESTER HILLS, MICH.
148

Mariel Galdiano(a) - PEARL CITY, HAWAII
152
A - Alice Kim(a) - HONOLULU, HAWAII
153
A - Kelli Oride(a) - LIHUE, HAWAII
154

Whitney Neuhauser - CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
144
Jennifer Johnson - CARLSBAD, CALIF.
146
A - Janice Moodie - SCOTLAND
146
A - Vivian Tsui(a) - CANADA
147

Jean Chua - MALAYSIA
145
Lauren Doughtie - SUFFOLK, VA.
145
A - Samantha Wagner(a) - WINDERMERE, FLA.
146
A - Laura Crawford - LANCASTER, S.C.
146

Reilley Rankin - HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.
145
Whitney Wade - GLASGOW, KY.
145
Mariah Stackhouse(a) - RIVERDALE, GA.
146
A - Kendall Martindale(a) - JEFFERSON CITY, TENN.
146
A - Minami Levonowich(a) - HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.
147

Ariya Jutanugarn(a) - THAILAND
139
Gabriella Then(a) - RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF.
143
Moriya Jutanugarn(a) - THAILAND
146
A - Xiyu Lin(a) - PPLS REP. OF CHINA
147
A - Alison Lee(a) - VALENCIA, CALIF.
147

Yoo Kyeong Kim - OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
142
A - Stefanie Kenoyer - LIGHTHOUSE POINT, FLA.
144
A - Mallory Fraiche - NEW ORLEANS, LA.
150

Jessica Korda - BRADENTON, FLA.
136
Victoria Tanco(a) - ARGENTINA
142
Doris Chen(a) - BRADENTON, FLA.
144
Jane Park - RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF.
144
A - Hannah Yun - BRADENTON, FLA.
144
A - Jodi Ewart - ENGLAND
144
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