U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Sectional Qualifying Results - 2013


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Holly Bare - CLOVIS, CALIF.
75
Lynne Cowan - ROCKLIN, CALIF.
76
Patricia Cornett - MILL VALLEY, CALIF.
77
Renata Young - WALNUT CREEK, CALIF.
79
A - Annette Gaiotti - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
81
A - Joy Robinson - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.
82

Danielle Davis - SAINT SIMONS, GA.
77
Jennifer Adams - BLUFFTON, S.C.
80
Suzanne Stanley - DECATUR, ALA.
82
A - Karen Ferree - HILTON HEAD, S.C.
82
A - Jennifer Lucas - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
83

Olivia Herrick - ROSEVILLE, MINN.
75
Amy Ellertson - FREE UNION, VA.
78
Jessica Luciuk - CANADA
79
A - Claudia Pilot - LAKE SHORE, MINN.
79
A - Leigh Klasse - ST. ANTHONY, MINN.
82

Alicia Kapheim - PENNINGTON, N.J.
76
Leeann Lewis - GREAT RIVER, N.Y.
76
Marie Bos - ORLANDO, FLA.
79
Amy Loughney - HOBOKEN, N.J.
80
Frances Gacos - FLEMINGTON, N.J.
81
Karen Siegel - MAPLE GLEN, PA.
81
Sandra Jackson - NEW YORK, N.Y.
82
Tara Fleming - JERSEY CITY, N.J.
83
Tracy Welch - BOSTON, MASS.
83
A - Karen Bouloucon - WEST MILFORD, N.J.
84
A - Katie Renoff - GLEN RIDGE, N.J.
84

Candus Herrera - APPLE VALLEY, CALIF.
78
Meghan Moake - HOUSTON, TEXAS
78
Marlene Summers - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
79
Marilyn Hardy - HOUSTON, TEXAS
80
Anna Morales - AUSTIN, TEXAS
80
Jessica Surber - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
81
A - Cindy Gilkeson - SUGARLAND, TEXAS
81
A - Laurie Rutherford - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
83

Julia Potter - GRANGER, IND.
74
Rachel Smith - MANSFIELD, TEXAS
75
Kathy Crumley - DALLAS, TEXAS
76
Janie Carpenter - GARLAND, TEXAS
78
Sarah Davison - CHOUDRANT, LA.
79
Lindsay Burry - QUINCY, ILL.
80
Carrie Chambers - DALLAS, TEXAS
80
Nancy Kromar - AUSTIN, TEXAS
82
A - Carol Martin - IRVING, TEXAS
82
A - Amanda Pettit - IRVING, TEXAS
82

Jennifer Baumann - CHICAGO, ILL.
78
Sydney Wells - MENOMINEE, MICH.
78
Susan West - TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
79
Lisa Cook - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
80
Linda Weinstein - NORTHBROOK, ILL.
81
Tanya Olson - NAPERVILLE, ILL.
82
Char McLear - MCHENRY, ILL.
83
Alexis Rogala - GLENDALE HEIGHTS, ILL.
83
A - Maureen Sheehan - GRAYSLAKE, ILL.
83
A - Laura Carson - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
84

Lisa Smego - OLYMPIA, WASH.
77
Kate Hildahl - TUALATIN, ORE.
78
Jill Hardy - CANADA
82
Denise Kieffer - UNIVERSITY PLACE, WASH.
82
A - Shawn Farmer - BELLEVUE, WASH.
85
A - Amy Walker - DUPONT, WASH.
85

Julie Carmichael - MARTINSVILLE, IND.
81
Krissy Martin - LOUISVILLE, KY.
81
Lisa Higgins - ZIONSVILLE, IND.
82
Erin Faulkner - BOWLING GREEN, KY.
83
A - Ivy Steinberg - CANADA
83
A - Michelle Smith - FORT WAYNE, IND.
84

Margaret Shirley - ROSWELL, GA.
73
Ashley Rose - NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.
76
Mercedes Huarte - ARGENTINA
77
A - Brenda Pictor - MARIETTA, GA.
78
A - Lea Venable - SIMPSONVILLE, S.C.
78

Teresa Cleland - SYRACUSE, N.Y.
80
Brenda Kuehn - ASHEVILLE, N.C.
80
Lisa Schlesinger - LAYTONSVILLE, MD.
80
Allisyn Terry - LEESBURG, VA.
80
Connie Isler - ARLINGTON, VA.
81
Anita Venner - MONROVIA, MD.
82
A - Lisa Poritz - HERSHEY, PA.
83
A - Amy Kennedy - ABBOTTSTOWN, PA.
84

Glynnis Price - SHIPROCK, N.M.
74
A - Jennifer Delgadillo - EL PASO, TEXAS
78
A - Annette Sieben - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
89

Jennifer Hays - EDMOND, OKLA.
80
Laurie Makescry - BETHANY, OKLA.
81
Sarah Edge - BROKEN ARROW, OKLA.
82
A - Doris Herren - CAVE SPRINGS, ARK.
85
A - Tanna Richard - FORT SMITH, ARK.
88

Kristina Blaylock - CARY, N.C.
68
Dawn Woodard - GREER, S.C.
69
Kim Briele - NEW BERN, N.C.
72
Julie Streng - GREENSBORO, N.C.
72
Staci Creech - CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
75
Patty Moore - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
75
Angela Stewart - GREENVILLE, N.C.
77
A - Peggy Brady - HUNTERSVILLE, N.C.
77
A - Taffy Brower - BOYNTON BEACH, FLA.
77

Therese Quinn - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
74
Marie Arnoux - MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
76
Marci Zweifel - ORLANDO, FLA.
79
Mary Jane Hiestand - NAPLES, FLA.
80
A - Lin McMillan - PALM COAST, FLA.
81
A - Charlotte Daughan - ORLANDO, FLA.
82

Maggie Leef - ELM GROVE, WIS.
80
Maria Malone - DELAFIELD, WIS.
86
A - Jill Trider - GREEN BAY, WIS.
89
A - Katie Falk - MILWAUKEE, WIS.
90

Lauren Todd - FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ.
76
Judy Miller - TUCSON, ARIZ.
81
Sherri Mattiussi - TUCSON, ARIZ.
82
A - Barbara Byrnes - MESA, ARIZ.
83
A - Jill Herbert - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
85

Suzi Spotleson - CANTON, OHIO
77
Shirley Vaughn - HARTVILLE, OHIO
78
Jordan Craig - CONNELLSVILLE, PA.
84
A - Amy Suleiman - NORTH ROYALTON, OHIO
86
A - Danielle Proctor - WEXFORD, PA.
86

Kay Daniel - COVINGTON, LA.
70
Stacey Arnold - WESTMINSTER, COLO.
76
Janet Moore - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
77
Kelly Schaub - GREELEY, COLO.
78
Linda Jeffery - ABILENE, TEXAS
79
Shannon Lutynski - LAKEWOOD, COLO.
79
Maren Scoggins - NASHVILLE, TENN.
80
Kareen Markle - MERIDIAN, IDAHO
83
Samantha Bartron - BOULDER, COLO.
84
Krista Morgan - BRECKENRIDGE, COLO.
84
Meg Christensen - HOUSTON, TEXAS
85
A - Christie Austin - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
86
A - Suzanne Smith - BRECKENRIDGE, COLO.
86

Carmen Titus - KANSAS CITY, MO.
79
A - Lacy Shelton - OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
79
A - Kelli Kirchoff - WENTZVILLE, MO.
80

Lisa Anderson - MIDDLETON, MASS.
75
Pamela Kuong - WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS.
76
Meredith Chiampa - NEW YORK, N.Y.
78
Lisa McGill - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
80
A - Rita Bedard - MEDWAY, MASS.
82
A - Lauren Cupp - ROME, N.Y.
83

Mina Hardin - FT WORTH, TEXAS
74
Kathy Kurata - PASADENA, CALIF.
75
Sue O'Connor - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
75
Caryn Wilson - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
75
Kristyl Sunderman - CORONA, CALIF.
78
Deborah Anderson - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
79
Anna Schultz - ROCKWALL, TEXAS
79
Kim Braaten - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
80
Petra Cole - SANTEE, CALIF.
80
Olivia Slutzky - NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
81
Hitomi Inaba - JAPAN
82
Fumie Sato - SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
82
Caroline Varhola - CARLSBAD, CALIF.
82
A - Ann Haddad - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
84
A - Linda Pearson - GLENDALE, CALIF.
84

Stefi Markovich - CANADA
74
Natasha Lehman - CANADA
79
Judith Kyrinis - CANADA
82
Morag Mitchell - CANADA
82
Jennifer Lochhead - CANADA
83
A - Jacqueline Schram - WHITE LAKE, MICH.
83
A - Kaitlyn Mardeusz - DETROIT, MICH.
83
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