2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying - Summit, N.J.

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur

Geoffrey SiskMarshfield, Mass.67-70-137
Matt RichardsonEngland69-69-138
(a) Cheng-tsung PanChinese Taipei72-66-138
Alexander RochaWindermere, Fla.71-67-138
Failed To Qualify
(A) Zack ByrdMyrtle Beach, S.C.69-70-139
(a) (A) Nathaniel McCoyWest Des Moines, Iowa71-68-139
Parker McLachlinParadise Valley, Ariz.73-67-140
(a) Peter WilliamsonHanover, N.H.71-70-141
Jon CurranJupiter, Fla.71-71-142
David SchusterNew York, N.Y.69-73-142
Andrew SvobodaLarchmont, N.Y.71-71-142
(a) Arnond VongvanijGainesville, Fla.72-70-142
(a) Justin DeitzClifton Park, N.Y.74-69-143
Mathias GronbergSweden77-66-143
Andrew MorseWest Roxbury, Mass.74-69-143
James RennerOrlando, Fla.71-72-143
Shawn WarrenWindham, Maine73-70-143
(a) Yaroslav MerkulovPenfield, N.Y.71-73-144
Yohann BensonCanada74-71-145
Bryan BigleyRotterdam, N.Y.73-72-145
Billy StewartDevon, Pa.74-71-145
Michael WelchQuincy, Mass.73-72-145
Colin AmaralPort St Lucie, Fla.74-72-146
Tarik CanManhasset, N.Y.73-73-146
Daniel ChopraWindermere, Fla.75-71-146
Christopher DamianoJupiter, Fla.69-77-146
Jeffrey DantasSeekonk, Mass.74-72-146
Bobby GageWest Palm Beach, Fla.74-72-146
Brian LambertiDanbury, Conn.78-68-146
William MaguireMiddletown, R.I.75-71-146
Daniel McCarthySyracuse, N.Y.72-74-146
Jim McGovernOradell, N.J.73-73-146
Scott BerlinerAlbany, N.Y.74-73-147
Paul DickinsonMontauk, N.Y.75-72-147
(a) Brandon HagyWestlake Village, Calif.74-73-147
Jim HermanPort St Lucie, Fla.76-71-147
(a) Jim LiuSmithtown, N.Y.77-70-147
Mark McCormickMiddletown, N.J.77-70-147
(a) Michael MuehrPotomac Falls, Va.74-73-147
Chris NallenTucson, Ariz.78-69-147
(a) Dylan NewmanNew Rochelle, N.Y.79-68-147
Jim RoySyracuse, N.Y.74-73-147
(a) Hunter StoneDeerfield, Mass.71-76-147
Abbie ValentineBayville, N.Y.75-72-147
Eric DugasWaikoloa, Hawaii79-69-148
James OndoMamaroneck, N.Y.76-72-148
Brent PaladinoKensington, Conn.75-73-148
Scott ParisWestfield, N.J.76-72-148
Bob RittbergerGarden City, N.Y.74-74-148
Terry SlaterWest Milford, N.J.78-70-148
Bradford TilleyBedford Corners, N.Y.73-75-148
(a) Richy WerenskiSouth Hadley, Mass.76-72-148
Scott FawcettDallas, Texas77-72-149
Matthew CannonStatesville, N.C.77-72-149
Allan VersfeldSouth Africa79-70-149
Gregory BiscontiSouth Salem, N.Y.78-72-150
Frank EspositoMonroe, N.J.77-73-150
Christopher GrayNewark, Del.74-76-150
Eric HigginsKennebunk, Maine76-74-150
Edward KirbyWakefield, R.I.74-76-150
(a) Kevin McSorleyOld Bridge, N.J.78-72-150
John StoltzMiddletown, N.Y.76-74-150
Derek RendeSoddy Daisy, Tenn.77-74-151
Eric BeringerDelray Beach, Fla.79-73-152
(a) Matthew BroomeBarrington, R.I.78-74-152
(a) Un ChoCanada77-75-152
Will MitchellCanada75-77-152
Jonathan RuskYardley, Pa.78-74-152
Chris DejohnJupiter, Fla.79-74-153
Kirk OguriHuntington Station, N.Y.77-76-153
Reginald BergholtzHopewell Junction, N.Y.81-74-155
(a) John KahldenNorwalk, Conn.76-79-155
Timothy KearneyNew Rochelle, N.Y.77-78-155
Sean QuinlivanLocust Valley, N.Y.82-73-155
Evan BeirneHollis, N.Y.75-81-156
Nick MaselliPurchase, N.Y.85-72-157
(a) Kevin QuinnNeedham, Mass.80-77-157
John BushkaStratford, Conn.85-73-158
Shawn MatthewsAmbler, Pa.83-75-158
(a) David HayesLoudonville, N.Y.77-82-159
Jonathan WolfeGlen Ridge, N.J.78-81-159
Jordan GibbsPrinceton, N.J.84-76-160
Tim CareyPlymouth, Mass.83-82-165
(a) Riley PumphreyGeorgetown, TexasWD
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