U.S. Women's Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2012

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Becca Huffer(a) - DENVER, COLO.
145
Kelly Jacques - LONGMONT, COLO.
151
Anya Sarai Alvarez - TULSA, OKLA.
152
A - Jisoo Keel(a) - CANADA
152
A - Alexandra Kaui(a) - KAPOLEI, HAWAII
153

Gabriella Dominguez(a) - CHILTON, TEXAS
144
Tessa Teachman - BATON ROUGE, LA.
144
Jamie Hullett - MESQUITE, TEXAS
145
A - Chelsea Mocio(a) - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
145
A - Cathryn Bristow - NEW ZEALAND
146

Giulia Sergas - ITALY
144
Christine Meier(a) - ROCHESTER HILLS, MICH.
151
A - Samantha Swinehart(a) - LANCASTER, OHIO
151
A - Rachel Rohanna(a) - WAYNESBURG, PA.
152

Katherine Perry(a) - CARY, N.C.
146
Cheyenne Woods - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
146
Rinko Mitsunaga(a) - ROSWELL, GA.
147
A - Kylene Pulley - NASHVILLE, TENN.
149
A - Yi Chen Liu(a) - CHINESE TAIPEI
149

Brianna Do(a) - LAKEWOOD, CALIF.
139
Jisoo Park(a) - KOREA
144
Elisabeth Bernabe(a) - ANAHEIM, CALIF.
145
Danielle Kang - THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF.
145
A - Angel Yin(a) - ARCADIA, CALIF.
145
A - Xi Yu Lin - PPLS REP. OF CHINA
146

Doris Chen(a) - BRADENTON, FLA.
142
Paola Moreno - COLOMBIA
146
Haley Wilson - FORT MITCHELL, ALA.
148
A - Yuki Sakurai - JAPAN
149
A - Victoria Trapani(a) - HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
150

Lorie Kane - CANADA
146
Haru Nomura - JAPAN
147
Brittany Altomare(a) - SHREWSBURY, MASS.
149
Il Hee Lee - KOREA
150
Samantha S Marks(a) - MAITLAND, FLA.
150
Angela Oh - ATLANTA, GA.
150
Kelly Shon(a) - PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.
150
A - Jenny Suh - FAIRFAX, VA.
151
A - Meaghan Francella - PORT CHESTER, N.Y.
152

Isabelle Beisiegel - BROKEN ARROW, OKLA.
141
Brooke Pancake(a) - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
142
A - Ashley Armstrong(a) - FLOSSMOOR, ILL.
144
A - Nicole Vandermade(a) - CANADA
144

Briana Mao(a) - FOLSOM, CALIF.
153
A - Lisa Grimes - ALEXANDRIA, MINN.
154
A - Sasikarn On-Iam(a) - THAILAND
154

Lizette Salas - AZUSA, CALIF.
140
Lindsey Weaver(a) - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
140
Nicole Castrale - PALM DESERT, CALIF.
143
Jane Rah - TORRANCE, CALIF.
144
A - Kyung Kim(a) - CHANDLER, ARIZ.
145
A - Stephanie Kono - HONOLULU, HAWAII
146

Maria Gabriela Lopez(a) - MEXICO
141
Katy Harris - HUMBLE, TEXAS
144
Lili Alvarez - MEXICO
147
A - Maria Jose Uribe - COLOMBIA
147
A - Sierra Sims(a) - AUSTIN, TEXAS
147

Victoria Tanco - ARGENTINA
142
Cydney Clanton - CONCORD, N.C.
143
Mi Hyang Lee - KOREA
143
Jin Young Pak - KOREA
143
A - Reilley Rankin - HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.
144
A - Min Seo Kwak - KOREA
144

Carlota Ciganda - SPAIN
139
Junthima Gulyanamitta - THAILAND
150
A - Aimee Neff - CARMEL, IND.
150
A - Kirby Dreher - CANADA
153

Gigi Stoll(a) - BEAVERTON, ORE.
142
Hannah O'Sullivan(a) - CUPERTINO, CALIF.
143
Mo Martin - ALTADENA, CALIF.
145
A - Alison Lee(a) - VALENCIA, CALIF.
145
A - Hannah Yun - BRADENTON, FLA.
146

Mina Nakayama - JAPAN
143
A - Kacie Komoto(a) - HONOLULU, HAWAII
146
A - Rose Huang(a) - HONOLULU, HAWAII
148

Alison Walshe - WESTFORD, MASS.
140
Megan Khang(a) - ROCKLAND, MASS.
141
A - Natalie Sheary - WEST HARTFORD, CONN.
145
A - Chieh Peng(a) - CHINESE TAIPEI
146

Annie Park(a) - LEVITTOWN, N.Y.
143
Seonhwa Lee - LAKE MARY, FLA.
144
Jeong Jang - KOREA
145
Mi Jung Hur - KOREA
146
Jennie Lee - HENDERSON, NEV.
146
Jennifer Song - ORLANDO, FLA.
148
A - Ayada Hiroko - JAPAN
151
A - Elisa Serramia - SPAIN
151

Katie Burnett(a) - BRUNSWICK, GA.
142
Veronica Felibert - VENEZUELA
144
Jennifer Gleason - CLEARWATER, FLA.
144
Jaye Marie Green(a) - BOCA RATON, FLA.
145
Kris Tamulis - NAPLES, FLA.
145
A - Shannon Aubert(a) - CHAMPIONS GATE, FLA.
145
A - Laura Diaz - SCOTIA, N.Y.
146

Sue Kim - CANADA
142
Emma Talley(a) - PRINCETON, KY.
142
A - Lisa Ferrero - LODI, CALIF.
143
A - Kim Welch - SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
144
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