U.S. Women's Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2014

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Mathilda Cappeliez(a) - FRANCE
138
Karlin Beck - MONTGOMERY, ALA.
141
Emily Penttila(a) - FINLAND
141
A - Isabelle Lendl(a) - GOSHEN, CONN.
142
A - Jessica Alexander - RIVERVIEW, FLA.
143

Stacey Keating - AUSTRALIA
140
Marta Silva - SPAIN
141
Weiling Hsu - CHINESE TAIPEI
143
Ally McDonald(a) - FULTON, MISS.
144
A - Rebecca Artis - AUSTRALIA
144
A - Brittany Marchand(a) - CANADA
145

Yueer Cindy Feng - PPLS REPL. OF CHINA
135
Sandra Changkija - ORLANDO, FLA.
139
Paula Hurtado - COLOMBIA
142
A - Anya Alvarez - TULSA, OKLA.
142
A - Doris Chen(a) - BRADENTON, FLA.
142

Sadena Parks - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
137
Madison Kerley(a) - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
141
Cheyenne Woods - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
141
A - Clare Amelia Legaspi(a) - PHILIPPINES
142
A - Sophia Popov(a) - GERMANY
142

Caroline Powers - BOWLING GREEN, OHIO
136
Megan Khang(a) - ROCKLAND, MASS.
140
A - Emma Jandel - DAYTON, OHIO
143
A - Juliet Vongphoumy(a) - PROVIDENCE, R.I.
143

Andrea Lee(a) - HERMOSA BEACH, CALIF.
138
Brianna Do - LAKEWOOD, CALIF.
142
A - Erynne Lee(a) - SILVERDALE, WASH.
143
A - Pinrath Loomboonruang - THAILAND
144

Catherine O'Donnell - PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA.
144
Laura Davies - ENGLAND
147
A - Isabella Dilisio(a) - HATFIELD, PA.
148
A - Elizabeth Caron - STAMFORD, CONN.
148

Jordan Ferreira(a) - UNIVERSITY PLACE, WASH.
147
Carleigh Silvers - GREELEY, COLO.
150
A - Aram Choi(a) - CANADA
151
A - Eimi Koga(a) - HONOLULU, HAWAII
153

Jasi Acharya - COLUMBUS, MONT.
145
Samantha Gotcher(a) - CLARKSVILLE, TENN.
148
A - Michelle Butler(a) - DUNEDIN, FLA.
149
A - Sydney Needham(a) - VILLA RICA, GA.
151

Marissa Steen - WEST CHESTER, OHIO
146
Ashley Knoll - SHENANDOAH, TEXAS
148
A - Sierra Sims(a) - AUSTIN, TEXAS
151
A - Kelsey Vines - STILLWATER, OKLA.
151

Narangyi Bae(a) - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
142
A - Hee Kyung Bae - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
146
A - Hyesun Kim(a) - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
146

Erica Popson - DAVENPORT, FLA.
147
Brooke Pancake - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
148
Jessica Wallace - CANADA
148
A - Kelly Tan - MALAYSIA
149
A - Carmen Bandea - JOHNS CREEK, GA.
149

Lucy Li(a) - REDWOOD SHORES, CALIF.
142
Kathleen Scavo(a) - BENICIA, CALIF.
149
Paige Lee(a) - FOLSOM, CALIF.
150
A - Sara Banke(a) - DANVILLE, CALIF.
151
A - Yoonhee Kim(a) - SAN RAMON, CALIF.
151

Misuzu Narita - JAPAN
140
Lala Anai - JAPAN
141
Chisato Hashimoto(a) - JAPAN
141
Eri Joma - JAPAN
141
Ayaka Watanabe - JAPAN
141
A - Mao Nozawa(a) - JAPAN
141
A - Yuki Ichinose - JAPAN
141

Amy Boulden - WALES
142
Nicole Garcia - SOUTH AFRICA
143
Kelsey Macdonald - SCOTLAND
143
Nikki Campbell - AUSTRALIA
144
Holly Clyburn - ENGLAND
144
Rebecca Hudson - ENGLAND
144
Stephanie Na - AUSTRALIA
144
Lucy Williams - ENGLAND
144
A - Camilla Lennarth - SWEDEN
145
A - Beth Allen - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
145

Brooke Mackenzie Henderson(a) - CANADA
140
Kris Tamulis - NAPLES, FLA.
141
Sue Kim - CANADA
142
Kristy McPherson - TAMPA, FLA.
144
Rebecca Lee-Bentham - CANADA
145
A - Sarah-Jane Smith - AUSTRALIA
145
A - Mi Jung Hur - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
145

Minjee Lee(a) - AUSTRALIA
140
A - Amy Anderson - OXBOW, N.D.
149
A - Maria Fassi(a) - MEXICO
149

So-Young Jang - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
144
Yuting Shi(a) - PPLS REPL. OF CHINA
147
A - Yuyang Zhang - PPLS REPL. OF CHINA
147
A - Hye In Yeom - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
149

Hannah Pietila(a) - BRIGHTON, MICH.
146
Elizabeth Tong(a) - CANADA
148
A - Lindsey McPherson(a) - FLUSHING, MICH.
149
A - Noriko Nakazaki - LAKEMOOR, ILL.
149

Marissa Chow(a) - HONOLULU, HAWAII
147
Tzu-Chi Lin - CHINESE TAIPEI
150
A - Stephanie Meadow(a) - NORTHERN IRELAND
152
A - Hsuan Ping Chang - CHINESE TAIPEI
153

Celine Boutier(a) - FRANCE
142
Janie Jackson(a) - HUNTSVILLE, ALA.
144
A - Jennifer Coleman(a) - ROLLING HILLS ESTATE, CALIF.
145
A - Gabriela Lopez(a) - MEXICO
146

Bailey Tardy(a) - NORCROSS, GA.
145
Jessica Porvasnik(a) - HINCKLEY, OHIO
146
Jennifer Song - ANN ARBOR, MICH.
148
A - Laura Diaz - WINSTON SALEM, N.C.
149
A - Sydnee Michaels - EL CAJON, CALIF.
149

Xyra Suyetsugu - HONOLULU, HAWAII
145
A - Mariel Galdiano(a) - PEARL CITY, HAWAII
146
A - Cassy Isagawa(a) - WAILUKU, HAWAII
146

Jaye Marie Green - BOCA RATON, FLA.
138
Maria Hernandez - SPAIN
139
Belen Mozo - SPAIN
140
Katie Burnett - BRUNSWICK, GA.
141
Lisa McCloskey - HOUSTON, TEXAS
141
A - Ashleigh Simon - SOUTH AFRICA
142
A - Hannah Jun - JUPITER, FLA.
142
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