U.S. Junior Amateur Sectional Qualifying Results - 2014

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Anthony Cordaro - PITTSBURGH, PA.
155
A - Nicklaus Cuny - CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, PA.
156
A - Thomas Simpson - CANADA
157

Ashton Poole - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
143
Preston Ball - RALEIGH, N.C.
144
Wil Sheppard - MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C.
145
A - Will Minton - RALEIGH, N.C.
146
A - Fitz Woodrow IV - CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
146

Cheng Jin - SINGAPORE
139
Frankie Thomas - CHESTERFIELD, MO.
144
A - Matt Echelmeier - COLUMBIA, MO.
146
A - Crimson Callahan - AMERICAN SAMOA
148

Drew Aitken - POMFRET CENTER, CONN.
142
Michael Mattiace - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
142
A - Dante Migliore - FRANKFORT, N.Y.
145
A - Cullen Chung - CANADA
147

A. J. Ott - FORT COLLINS, COLO.
138
Jake Staiano - ENGLEWOOD, COLO.
138
Blake Dyer - SAINT PETERSBURG, FLA.
139
A - Pierce Aichinger - ENGLEWOOD, COLO.
141
A - Robert Rickard - AUSTIN, TEXAS
142

Bryce Hendrix - GREENVILLE, N.C.
137
Eric Bae - CARY, N.C.
138
Alex Smalley - WAKE FOREST, N.C.
138
Logan Sowell - KERSHAW, S.C.
140
A - Yuxin Lin - PPLS REPL. OF CHINA
141
A - Joshua Martin - PINEHURST, N.C.
141

Won Jun Lee - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
140
Michael Saccente - NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FLA.
140
Chase Cutshall - MELBOURNE, FLA.
142
A - Luis Gerardo Garza - MEXICO
143
A - Jack Comstock - JACKSONVILE, FLA.
144

Jordan Velez - CHICAGO, ILL.
142
A - Alex Scott - TRAVERSE CITY, MICH.
142
A - Kaleb Johnson - NAPLES, FLA.
146

Cole Madey - WEST LINN, ORE.
148
Brian Humphreys - WASHOUGAL, WASH.
150
Alex Wrenn - LAKE OSWEGO, ORE.
151
A - Bryce Wortman - KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
154
A - Spencer Tibbits - VANCOUVER, WASH.
155

John Mancinotti - TOLEDO, OHIO
141
A - Ryan Ahrens - CANADA
147
A - Brian Terlesky - YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO
148

Zach Tracy - HOUSTON, TEXAS
135
A - Braden Bailey - GROVES, TEXAS
140
A - Luke Smith - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
142

Dylan McCabe - SIOUX CITY, IOWA
147
A - Tobin Niblett - AUSTIN, TEXAS
152
A - Tanner Owen - PARKVILLE, MO.
153

Noah Goodwin - CORINTH, TEXAS
147
Cooper Dossey - AUSTIN, TEXAS
149
A - Garrett May - HOPE, ARK.
149
A - Peyton Wilhoit - SEARCY, ARK.
150

Anton Serafini - LAKE MARY, FLA.
138
Ryan Dornes - LANCASTER, PA.
140
A - Timothy Colanta - REUNION, FLA.
141
A - David Hicks - CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J.
144

Justin Conant - WESTERVILLE, OHIO
143
Jackson Bowery - CANADA
144
A - Daniel Wetterich - CINCINNATI, OHIO
145
A - Justin Perdue - DUBLIN, OHIO
145

Taylor Larsen - GARDEN CITY, KAN.
148
Jacob Solomon - DUBLIN, CALIF.
148
A - Andrew Beckler - TOPEKA, KAN.
149
A - Michael Sanders - DAVIDSON, N.C.
150

Ashwin Arasu - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
139
Spencer Soosman - WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CALIF.
139
Noah Henderson - SOLANA BEACH, CALIF.
142
Gordon Neale - TRABUCO CANYON, CALIF.
142
A - Norman Xiong - CANYON LAKE, CALIF.
142
A - Tyler Moore - ESCONDIDO, CALIF.
143

Nicholas Costello - AUSTIN, TEXAS
142
Charles Kim - CEDAR PARK, TEXAS
142
Levi Valadez - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
144
A - Derick Kelting - AMARILLO, TEXAS
145
A - Dillon Baxter - AUSTIN, TEXAS
147

Jonathan Hudson - WESTERN SPRINGS, ILL.
138
Ethan Farnam - CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL.
139
Jack Kavanagh - ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILL.
139
Gehrig Hollatz - LOCKPORT, ILL.
140
A - Drew Shepherd - HINSDALE, ILL.
141
A - Chris Ferris - SAINT LOUIS, MO.
141

Tom Vining - SIOUX FALLS, S.D.
134
A - Connor Preston - ABERDEEN, S.D.
148
A - Bryce Hammer - SIOUX FALLS, S.D.
149

Kyle Hogan - CYPRESS, TEXAS
143
Maxwell Miller - COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
145
Brady Price - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
145
A - George Doykan - HOUSTON, TEXAS
145
A - Ryan Grider - LEWISVILLE, TEXAS
146

Justin Suh - SAN JOSE, CALIF.
135
Joshua McCarthy - DANVILLE, CALIF.
136
Daniel Connolly - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
141
Ryan Han - HOLLISTER, CALIF.
142
A - Derek Ackerman - HALF MOON BAY, CALIF.
143
A - Devondeep Bling - RIDGECREST, CALIF.
143

Drake Hull - CLARENDON, VT.
140
Tyler Tsay - ANDOVER, MASS.
142
Iv�n Camilo Ram�rez - COLOMBIA
143
A - James Turner - GLOUCESTER, MASS.
143
A - Max Theodorakis - DANBURY, CONN.
145

Sean Crocker - WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CALIF.
132
Mason Glinski - OXNARD, CALIF.
132
Brandon Ahn - GLENDALE, CALIF.
133
Sahith Theegala - CHINO HILLS, CALIF.
133
A - Yu Chuan Hsiang - ONTARIO, CALIF.
133
A - Hunter Epson - LONG BEACH, CALIF.
136

Colin Bowles - OCEANA, W.VA.
145
A - Christopher Saad - LEXINGTON, KY.
145
A - Nicholas Montes - PICKERINGTON, OHIO
146

Priyanshu Singh - INDIA
141
A - Garrett Barber - WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
142
A - Michael Conforti - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA.
143

Tyler Bakich - VALRICO, FLA.
140
Mark Nauert - VALRICO, FLA.
144
A - Jacob Penny - VALRICO, FLA.
145
A - Drew Arft - CASSELBERRY, FLA.
147

James Piot - CANTON, MICH.
140
Sean Yu - CHINESE TAIPEI
141
Dylan Deogun - ORCHARD LAKE, MICH.
143
A - Kyle Macdonald - CANADA
143
A - Glenn Piot Jr - CANTON, MICH.
144

Shuai Ming Wong - PPLS REPL. OF CHINA
142
Evan Grenus - GLASTONBURY, CONN.
143
Patrick Welch - PROVIDENCE, R.I.
143
A - Andrew Oleary - NORFOLK, MASS.
146
A - Matt Hutchins - SUDBURY, MASS.
146

Thomas Longbella - CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS.
136
A - Harrison Ott - BROOKFIELD, WIS.
137
A - Ryan Gerard - RALEIGH, N.C.
142

Philip Barbaree - SHREVEPORT, LA.
140
Wilson Furr - JACKSON, MISS.
140
A - Calum Masters - HEADLAND, ALA.
140
A - Tye Waller - GRIFFIN, GA.
141

Scott Purvis - RICHMOND, VA.
151
A - Tyler Green - COLUMBIA CITY, IND.
151
A - Nabeel Khan - WESTERVILLE, OHIO
152

John Felitto - MOUNTAINSIDE, N.J.
139
Michael Frizalone - FARMINGDALE, N.Y.
141
John Pak - SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J.
141
Chris Yeom - NEW HYDE PARK, N.Y.
144
A - William Voetsch - NEW VERNON, N.J.
144
A - Michael Graboyes - WATCHUNG, N.J.
144

R. J. Manke - LAKEWOOD, WASH.
140
Tristan Mandur - CANADA
143
A - Sam Warkentin - BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, WASH.
145
A - Aubrey Mackenzie - POULSBO, WASH.
145

Nathan Jeansonne - KEITHVILLE, LA.
135
Ryoto Furuya - WESLEY CHAPEL, FLA.
137
A - Jc Campbell - DALLAS, TEXAS
141
A - Tyson Reeder - EDMOND, OKLA.
141

Charlie Miller - JACKSON, MISS.
142
Isaiah Jackson - GOLDEN, MISS.
144
Zachary Zediker - GRAY, GA.
144
A - Logan Leary - GONZALES, LA.
146
A - William Meyers - BATON ROUGE, LA.
146

Jack Trent - AUSTRALIA
142
A - Sam Dickey - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
144
A - Andrew Spilman - SIMI VALLEY, CALIF.
145

Connor Littlefield - WAUKEE, IOWA
135
Aaron DeNucci - CLIVE, IOWA
140
A - Alex Moorman - CENTERVILLE, IOWA
140
A - Garret Jensen - GILBERT, IOWA
140

Davis Shore - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
139
Dwight Cauthen - COLUMBIA, S.C.
140
Doc Redman - RALEIGH, N.C.
140
A - Will Miles - HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.
141
A - Trey Burton - HICKORY, N.C.
142

Steven Fisk - STOCKBRIDGE, GA.
138
Spencer Ralston - GAINESVILLE, GA.
139
Bryson Nimmer - BLUFFTON, S.C.
142
Luukas Alakulppi - VALDOSTA, GA.
144
A - Will Chandler - ATLANTA, GA.
145
A - Ryan Stachler - ALPHARETTA, GA.
145

Billy Basham - LOUISVILLE, KY.
143
Austin Squires - UNION, KY.
145
A - Jacob Poore - UNION, KY.
145
A - Grant Hummel - LOUISVILLE, KY.
146

Joshua Gliege - EAGLE, IDAHO
136
A - Graysen Huff - EAGLE, IDAHO
137
A - Keifer Higham - SHELLEY, IDAHO
138

Easton Paxton - RIVERTON, WYO.
150
A - Dakota Waverek - STAPLES, MINN.
151
A - Matthew Plunkett - PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA.
152

Tanner Owens - MILTON, TENN.
135
Braden Thornberry - OLIVE BRANCH, MISS.
139
Sport Allmond - RINGGOLD, GA.
140
A - Linus Lo - HEATHROW, FLA.
143
A - James Beckner - KINGSPORT, TENN.
145

William Zalatoris - PLANO, TEXAS
135
A - Sean Carlon - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
146
A - Andrew Jacobe - HOUSTON, TEXAS
150

Jaece Stokes - WEST HAVEN, UTAH
137
Mitchell Schow - OGDEN, UTAH
138
A - Brock Stanger - OREM, UTAH
140
A - Reese Ramsey - AUSTIN, TEXAS
141

Jae Hoon (Ian) Kim - CANADA
147
A - Michael Brutocao - SPOKANE, WASH.
148
A - Ryan Maine - SPOKANE, WASH.
151

Trevor Ranton - CANADA
141
Max Sear - CANADA
141
A - Gunnar Doyle - PITTSFORD, N.Y.
143
A - Colin Dubnik - ROCHESTER, N.Y.
145

Joshua Keating - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
145
Noah Gillard - GREENWOOD, IND.
147
A - Thomas Lewis - CARMEL, IND.
147
A - Nicolas Osterburg - INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
148

Caleb Proveaux - LEXINGTON, S.C.
129
Keenan Huskey - GREENVILLE, S.C.
132
Christian Salzer - SUMTER, S.C.
135
Cole Patterson - GREENVILLE, S.C.
137
A - Jackson Weede - GREENVILLE, S.C.
139
A - Trevor Phillips - INMAN, S.C.
140

Frankie Capan III - NORTH OAKS, MINN.
143
Peter Jones - OWATONNA, MINN.
146
Samuel Foust - EDINA, MINN.
151
A - Maxwell Redetzke - LAKEVILLE, MINN.
151
A - Tyler Strafaci - DAVIE, FLA.
151

Kyle Suppa - HONOLULU, HAWAII
143
Zackary Kaneshiro - AIEA, HAWAII
144
A - Justin Williamson - HONOLULU, HAWAII
148
A - Spencer Dunaway - MILILANI, HAWAII
148

Jake Chanen - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
138
Chris Meyers - ORO VALLEY, ARIZ.
142
Davis Evans - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
143
A - Brock Goyen - GILBERT, ARIZ.
143
A - Ali Hameed - GILBERT, ARIZ.
145

Baker Stevenson - HARTLAND, MICH.
140
Tony Gil - CANADA
141
A - Grant Schumaker - MACUNGIE, PA.
142
A - Roland Massimino - LUMBERVILLE, PA.
144

Will Dickson - PROVIDENCE, R.I.
143
A - Justin Feldman - ROCKVILLE, MD.
146
A - Nicholas Mejia - WOODSTOCK, MD.
147

Samuel Kim - IRVINE, CALIF.
137
Matt Marrese - BELLEVUE, WASH.
145
A - Warren Miller - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.
146
A - Jared Kinoshita - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.
146

David Laskin - ELK GROVE, CALIF.
139
Joshua Sedeno - ROSEVILLE, CALIF.
140
Alexander Lee - SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
143
Austen Sandoval - SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
143
A - Louie Chen - FREMONT, CALIF.
143
A - Brandon Wu - DANVILLE, CALIF.
144

Timothy Graham - STUART, FLA.
147
A - Jorge Villar - MEXICO
148
A - Miles Castoro - FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
148

Marcus Byrd - DUNWOODY, GA.
139
Bennett Wisner - HAMPSTEAD, MD.
141
A - Evan Santa - EDGEWATER, MD.
144
A - Evan Katz - WASHINGTON, D.C.
145

Pierceson Coody - PLANO, TEXAS
138
Andrew Spear - FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS
139
Jackson Howes - MCKINNEY, TEXAS
140
A - Garrett Glanton - RICHARDSON, TEXAS
142
A - Bill Ramage - DALLAS, TEXAS
143
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