U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Sectional Qualifying Results - 2010


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


ROSALIE KUBESHESKI - DUBUQUE, IOWA
95
A - JILL TRIDER - GREEN BAY, WIS.
102

MICHELLE GRIFFITH - LAGRANGE, GA.
76
CAROL ROBERTSON - VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
77
LEA VENABLE - SIMPSONVILLE, S.C.
78
DEBBIE ADAMS - ASHEVILLE, N.C.
80
BRENDA PICTOR - MARIETTA, GA.
80
A - BETH WILLIAMS - ATLANTA, GA.
83
A - JIN SON ANTOSKOW - KOREA
86

ABBEY REIF-HORNSBY - SPRINGBORO, OHIO
82
KATHY GLENNON - ST ALBANS, MO.
84
KARLA M SAUERWEIN - O'FALLON, MO.
90
A - TINA JONES - ST LOUIS, MO.
93
A - NATASHA CHAPMAN - CHEROKEE VILLAGE, ARK.
94

JENNIFER LUCAS - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
76
LINDA JEFFERY - ABILENE, TEXAS
78
LEA ANNE BROWN - MT PLEASANT, S.C.
82
A - CHRISTINA STEFFEN - AMELIA ISLAND, FLA.
83
A - LESLIE SMITH - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
86

JUDY MILLER - TUCSON, ARIZ.
79
THUHASHINI SELVARATNAM - SRI LANKA
79
ANNETTE GAIOTTI - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
80
BARBARA BYRNES - MESA, ARIZ.
81
JENNIFER DELGADILLO - EL PASO, TEXAS
82
A - CHERYL JONES - FOUNTAIN HILLS, ARIZ.
84
A - JILL HERBERT - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
85

KAREN GARCIA - COOL, CALIF.
75
MARIANNE TOWERSEY - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.
78
PATRICIA CORNETT - MILL VALLEY, CALIF.
79
KELLY WILSON - CAMERON PARK, CALIF.
79
HOLLY BARE - CLOVIS, CALIF.
80
A - KAREN HOPPE - CARSON CITY, NEV.
80
A - SUZANNE KIM - SAN RAMON, CALIF.
81

KIM EATON - GREELEY, COLO.
71
CHRISTIE AUSTIN - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
76
JANET MOORE - GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO.
76
SAMANTHA BARTRON - BOULDER, COLO.
78
STACEY ARNOLD - WESTMINSTER, COLO.
80
SHANNON LUTYNSKI - CASTLE ROCK, COLO.
80
A - JILL GASCHLER - DENVER, COLO.
80
A - MO GRONNING - AURORA, COLO.
82

KARLA MURRA - SIOUX FALLS, S.D.
68
LEIGH KLASSE - ST ANTHONY, MINN.
75
CLAUDIA PILOT - AUSTIN, MINN.
80
BRENDA WILLIAMS - MINNETRISTA, MINN.
83
A - ARIN ADAMSON - TRIMONT, MINN.
85
A - ANNE ZAHN - MINNETONKA BEACH, MINN.
85

JULIE CARMICHAEL - INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
76
TOBI HERRON - COLUMBUS, IND.
76
A - LISA COOK - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
82
A - CHAR MCLEAR - MCHENRY, ILL.
83

JULIE OXENDINE - RUSSELLVILLE, ARK.
76
CAROL MARTIN - IRVING, TEXAS
77
BROOKE WILLIAMS - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
77
JEWELL MALICK - ROCKWALL, TEXAS
81
DEBRA MIELKE - MCKINNEY, TEXAS
81
SUZANNE KENKEL - DALLAS, TEXAS
82
A - KATHY CRUMLEY - DALLAS, TEXAS
84
A - ANNA SCHULTZ - ROCKWALL, TEXAS
84

TARA JOY-CONNELLY - PEMBROKE, MASS.
77
PAMELA KUONG - WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS.
77
MEREDITH CHIAMPA - NEW YORK, N.Y.
79
CYNTHIA FRIEND - LEXINGTON, MASS.
80
LISA MCGILL - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
80
A - CHERYL KRUEGER - GRANBY, MASS.
82
A - KIRSTEN DAVIS - HARWICH, MASS.
82

SASHA ADAMS - PORTLAND, ORE.
80
LESLIE FOLSOM - SEATTLE, WASH.
80
KAREEN MARKLE - MERIDIAN, IDAHO
83
DEBRA MYERS - SEATTLE, WASH.
87
PHARA BLAIR - TUALATIN, ORE.
90
A - DENISE KIEFFER - UNIVERSITY PLACE, WASH.
92
A - GRETCHEN KLEIN - HOQUIAM, WASH.
92

KAY DANIEL - COVINGTON, LA.
78
SUSAN WEST - TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
79
A - SHANNON ADAMS - SENATOBIA, MISS.
81
A - TAMI GREEN - HAMILTON, ALA.
85

CAROLYN CREEKMORE - DALLAS, TEXAS
71
TANIS HASTMANN - CANADA
78
MARTHA LINSCOTT - KANSAS CITY, MO.
79
LACY SHELTON - OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
82
REBECCA THOMAS - WICHITA, KAN.
82
A - JACQUELINE HENDERSON - WICHITA, KAN.
84
A - LESLIE SCHWARZ - GARDEN CITY, KAN.
85

CONNIE ISLER - ANNAPOLIS, MD.
80
ANDREA KRAUS - BALTIMORE, MD.
80
LISA SCHLESINGER - LAYTONSVILLE, MD.
81
CORRIE TAYMAN - BETHESDA, MD.
85
MIMI HOFFMAN - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
87
SHANNON OGG - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
87
A - LENORE MARTINEZ - KENSINGTON, MD.
90
A - ANITA VENNER - MONROVIA, MD.
90

ADRIENNE GILL - JERSEY CITY, N.J.
81
BROOKE COOPER - NEW YORK, N.Y.
82
FRANCES GACOS - FLEMINGTON, N.J.
84
DEBORAH JAMGOCHIAN - GREENWICH, CONN.
84
ALICIA A KAPHEIM - PENNINGTON, N.J.
84
DEBBIE JOHNSON - STAMFORD, CONN.
85
DARIA CUMMINGS - MONROE, CONN.
86
SHANNON HARE-ROUILLARD - BERNARDSVILLE, N.J.
86
A - ALEXANDRA FRAZIER - HAVERFORD, PA.
86
A - LIZA MARTIN-GARRUBBO - WARREN, N.J.
86

BRENDA KUEHN - ASHEVILLE, N.C.
75
NATALIE MCNICHOLAS - NAPLES, FLA.
77
CORINA CETATEANU - NEW YORK, N.Y.
78
KIM KEYER-SCOTT - BONITA SPRINGS, FLA.
78
JANICE ROBERTS WILSON - DADE CITY, FLA.
79
MARY JANE HIESTAND - NAPLES, FLA.
80
A - TATIANA GAMMICCHIA - RUSSIA
81
A - MARCI ZWEIFEL - ORLANDO, FLA.
82

MARILYN HARDY - HOUSTON, TEXAS
73
ROBIN BURKE - HOUSTON, TEXAS
74
ERICA PRESSLEY - SELMA, TEXAS
80
CAMILLE CLAY - AUSTIN, TEXAS
83
MARLENE SUMMERS - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
84
A - LAURIE RUTHERFORD - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
84
A - LUCERO CORRES - MEXICO
85

LISA WALKER - VISTA, CALIF.
73
KATHY KURATA - PASADENA, CALIF.
74
CANDUS HERRERA - APPLE VALLEY, CALIF.
76
DIANE IRVIN - PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIF.
77
SHARON PARK - IRVINE, CALIF.
78
GERI DEVILLE - LA HABRA, CALIF.
80
LINDA PEARSON - GLENDALE, CALIF.
81
FRANNIE AVILA - SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
82
MARTHA REDFEARN - NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
82
OLIVIA SLUTZKY - NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
83
SHERRY SMITH - IRVINE, CALIF.
83
THIDARAT SUANGTHO - THAILAND
84
REANA YUN - GLENDALE, CALIF.
84
JENNIE ROBINSON - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
85
A - AKEMI KHAIAT - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
85
A - ANN LAHEY - KENTFIELD, CALIF.
85

TERESA CLELAND - SYRACUSE, N.Y.
76
PATTY MOORE - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
79
JULIE STRENG - GREENSBORO, N.C.
80
A - STACI CREECH - CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
81
A - ANGELA STEWART - GREENVILLE, N.C.
84

JULIE MASSA - HOLT, MICH.
76
PATTI HOGEBOOM - CANADA
79
JENNIFER LOCHHEAD - CANADA
81
A - JOAN GARETY - ADA, MICH.
82
A - SUSIE KEANE - GROSSE POINTE FARMS, MICH.
86

SUSAN RHENEY - GREENSBORO, GA.
75
ROBIN DONNELLEY - PALM BEACH, FLA.
78
MAGGIE LEEF - BROOKFIELD, WIS.
78
MARY KAY THANOS-ZORDANI - CHICAGO, ILL.
79
SYDNEY WELLS - MENOMINEE, MICH.
80
TANYA OLSON - NAPERVILLE, ILL.
81
LINDA WEINSTEIN - NORTHBROOK, ILL.
81
A - DEANNE STOLARIK - ZION, ILL.
82
A - KATIE FALK - MILWAUKEE, WIS.
83

SHIRLEY TRIER - HARTVILLE, OHIO
73
ALEXANDRA CASI - EAST PALESTINE, OHIO
75
A - COURTNEY MYHRUM - PITTSBURGH, PA.
83
A - DANIELLE PROCTOR - PITTSBURGH, PA.
86

KATY TREADWELL - OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
82
KELLY LOEB - TUCSON, ARIZ.
85
TANNA RICHARD - FORT SMITH, ARK.
87
A - JILL JOHNSON - TULSA, OKLA.
87
A - PATTY COATNEY - STILLWATER, OKLA.
90
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