California Sectional Qualifying Tournament Results 2007

Tseng tops leaderboard at LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament
18-year-old earns medalist honors; 31 players advance to LPGA Final Qualifying School

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., Sept. 22, 2007 – Yani Tseng of Taiwan tops the list of 31 golfers who are one step closer to a spot on the 2008 LPGA Tour. Tseng shot an even-par 72 in the final round of the LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament at Mission Hills Country Club on Saturday. She edged four players – Amie Cochran of California, Annie Young of Utah, Ashleigh Simon of South Africa and Anna Rawson of Australia – to take medalist honors at 3-under-par (72-68-73-72=285).

Tseng, one of three players from Taiwan in the field this week, was tied for the lead after two rounds, but trailed by one-stroke entering Saturday's final round. She began the day with bogies on holes 2, 5 and 8 and a birdie on 7 to make the turn at 2-over-par for the day. Tseng rebounded with birdies on holes 10 and 11 before making bogey on hole 16. She ended the tournament with a birdie on hole 18 to finish at even-par 72 for the day and three-under-par 285 for the week.

“I'm very happy because I made a good putt on the last hole,” said Tseng following the tournament. “Today, the first nine, I didn't do a good job. I was really disappointed, but the back nine I played real good.”

This marks Tseng's first appearance at the LPGA Final Qualifying School, though she recently tested herself on the LPGA Tour. The 18-year-old finished tied for sixth at the CN Canadian Women's Open in August. She fired four rounds of even-par or better including two 67's to finish tied with Kimberly Hall and 2006 Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year Seon Hwa Lee.

“I don't think I will play any tournaments (before LPGA Final Qualifying School),” said Tseng. “I will play the Futures Tour Q-School and practice and take a rest.”

Amie Cochran of California tops the list of four players tied for second place at 1-under-par (67-80-70-70=287). Cochran tied the low-round of the tournament with a 5-under-par 67 in the first round to take the early lead. A second round 80 dropped her to a tie for 22nd place, but she recovered with back-to-back rounds of 2-under-par 70 to earn her ticket to Daytona Beach.

“The main goal coming out here was just to move on to the next stage,” said Cochran. “A lot of the girls out here are really competitive so of course we're all gunning to win.”

Duramed Futures Tour alum Annie Young fired a final round 2-under-par 70 to tie for second place at 1-under par (72-70-75-70=287) Young, who was named the 2005 Big 12 Player of the Year at Oklahoma State University, used four birdies and two bogies to advance.

“I hit the ball better and scored really well, especially in this wind,” said Young. “(I have to) get my body in shape and get ready for the grind coming up.”

South African Ashleigh Simon shot 2-over-par 74 in the final round to join tie for second place. Simon, who turned professional in May of 2007, has played in 19 tournaments on the Ladies European Tour since 2006. Her first career victory came in Spain at the Catalonia Ladies Masters this June. Simon also played two events on the LPGA Tour in 2007, including a sponsor exemption at the HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship.

“I didn't play as well as the last two days, but I just had to get the job done out there,” said Simon. “I'm going to practice hard because it will be a hard grueling week (in Daytona). I have to get ready for that.”

Australian Anna Rawson finished in a tie for second after a final round 3-over-par 75 that featured two birdies and five bogies. The native Australian played 17 events on the Duramed Futures Tour in 2005 before moving to the Ladies European Tour, where she was a fixture in 2006 and 2007.

“It's nice to get it done here in Palm Springs,” said Rawson. “It's very exciting. Good to be in the top-3. That gives me confidence heading into Daytona.”

The Rancho Mirage qualifier is the first of the LPGA Tour's two sectional qualifying events in 2007. The second LPGA Tour Sectional Qualifying Tournament is Oct. 2-5 at Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice, Fla. The top-30 finishers and ties from the Florida qualifier will join the California sectional qualifiers, current LPGA Tour members attempting to improve their status and the players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2007 Duramed Futures Tour money list at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., Nov. 28-Dec. 2.

 

2007 Q-School Mission Hills
Mission Hills Rancho Mirage CALIFORNIA
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Final Round Summary

**Top 30 and ties advance to the final stage of qualifying school
November 28-December 2 at LPGA International.**

1 Yani Tseng 72-68-73-72 285 -3
T2 Ashleigh Simon 73-69-71-74 287 -1
T2 Anna Rawson 71-74-67-75 287 -1
T2 Amie Cochran 67-80-70-70 287 -1
T2 Annie Young 72-70-75-70 287 -1
T6 Emma Cabrera-Bello 73-70-71-74 288 E
T6 Louise Friberg 74-73-71-70 288 E
T8 Jennifer Ackerson 69-73-74-73 289 +1
T8 Jin Hyun Kim 75-71-69-74 289 +1
T8 Amy Yang 73-72-70-74 289 +1
T8 Caryn Wilson 75-74-72-68 289 +1
T8 Dana Je 75-72-71-71 289 +1
T8 Whitney Wade 72-71-75-71 289 +1
T14 Kelly Lagedrost 68-72-74-76 290 +2
T14 Hwan Hee Lee 70-73-73-74 290 +2
T14 Sarah-Jane Kenyon 72-76-70-72 290 +2
T17 Hannah Jun 70-76-74-71 291 +3
T17 Catherine Matranga 74-73-73-71 291 +3
T17 Russy Gulyanamitta 76-71-74-70 291 +3
T20 Nicole Hage 69-78-72-73 292 +4
T20 Song Yi Choi 69-73-73-77 292 +4
T20 Kristie Smith 73-70-71-78 292 +4
T20 Danah Ford 73-74-72-73 292 +4
T20 Anja Monke 73-75-73-71 292 +4
T20 D'Rae Ward 72-73-76-71 292 +4
T20 Eileen Vargas 77-72-71-72 292 +4
T27 Christina Lecuyer 76-72-70-75 293 +5
T27 Nontaya Srisawang 71-74-73-75 293 +5
T27 Shinah Ham 74-72-73-74 293 +5
T27 Carolina Llano 73-77-71-72 293 +5
T27 May Wood 73-74-72-74 293 +5
T32 Amy Schmucker 72-75-73-74 294 +6
T32 Priscilla Duffield 70-74-76-74 294 +6
T32 Esther Choe 78-71-73-72 294 +6
T32 Hiroko Fujishima 75-75-71-73 294 +6
T36 Sarah Kemp 74-75-72-74 295 +7
T36 Kelly Froelich 73-75-73-74 295 +7
T36 Helen Oh 73-73-72-77 295 +7
T36 Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff 75-73-74-73 295 +7
T36 Misun Cho 75-73-75-72 295 +7
T36 Lauren Espinosa 73-77-73-72 295 +7
T42 Shanshan Feng 73-75-73-75 296 +8
T42 Katie Allison 68-76-78-74 296 +8
T42 Joanne Mills 71-75-75-75 296 +8
T42 Meghan Little 77-73-68-78 296 +8
T42 Nikki Garrett 72-72-75-77 296 +8
T47 Tiffany Tavee 72-75-74-76 297 +9
T47 Samantha Head 73-73-74-77 297 +9
T47 Ashley Knoll 71-74-74-78 297 +9
T47 Taya Battistella 74-75-78-70 297 +9
T47 Ashley Gomes 73-75-76-73 297 +9
T47 Rachel Newren 71-77-75-74 297 +9
T53 Krystal Shearer 74-74-77-73 298 +10
T53 Yoora Kim 73-77-75-73 298 +10
T53 Kiran Matharu 77-72-70-79 298 +10
T53 Rachel Bailey 72-77-73-76 298 +10
T57 Jenny Suh 71-77-76-75 299 +11
T57 Lauren Todd 70-75-79-75 299 +11
T57 Joanna Whitley 77-71-76-75 299 +11
T57 Leah Wigger 75-74-78-72 299 +11
T57 Jennifer Greggain 73-76-76-74 299 +11
T62 Kim Welch 72-75-78-75 300 +12
T62 Anna Temple 76-73-76-75 300 +12
T62 Bridget Keala Dwyer 73-77-76-74 300 +12
T62 Nicole Melton 73-75-75-77 300 +12
T62 Meghan Bolger 77-73-74-76 300 +12
T67 Chris Brady 77-73-73-78 301 +13
T67 Jenna Pearson 73-74-78-76 301 +13
T69 Lili Alvarez 77-72-76-77 302 +14
T69 Leah Hart 76-73-77-76 302 +14
T69 Jana Peterkova 72-76-78-76 302 +14
T72 Marcela Leon 75-75-74-79 303 +15
T72 Cortney Reno 74-74-76-79 303 +15
T72 Chris Newton 75-74-76-78 303 +15
T72 Ulrika Ljungman-Smith 74-76-77-76 303 +15
T72 Porani Chutichai 75-75-76-77 303 +15
T72 Alice Kim 73-77-75-78 303 +15
78 Michelle Simpson 74-72-82-76 304 +16
79 Yoo Lee Kim 75-74-74-82 305 +17
80 Benedikte B Grotvedt 72-78-79-77 306 +18
T81 Libby Smith 75-74-79-79 307 +19
T81 Randi Meadows 75-75-77-80 307 +19
83 Corina Kelepouris 74-76-78-85 313 +25
CUT Erin Kerr 75-76 151 7
CUT Pornanong Phatlum 74-77 151 7
CUT Stephanie Dukes 74-77 151 7
CUT Walailak Satarak 74-77 151 7
CUT Lori Atsedes 74-77 151 7
CUT Jaclyn Sweeney 71-80 151 7
CUT Sarah Oh 73-78 151 7
CUT Seema Sadekar 73-78 151 7
CUT Mo Martin 76-75 151 7
CUT Kwan-Chih Lu 76-75 151 7
CUT Britney Hayes 77-74 151 7
CUT Jean Reynolds 75-76 151 7
CUT Tanya Dergal 78-73 151 7
CUT Karlie Ward 79-72 151 7
CUT Anna Grzebien 80-72 152 8
CUT Vanessa Brockett 79-73 152 8
CUT Angela Buzminski 78-74 152 8
CUT Jessica Shepley 76-76 152 8
CUT Mary K Moan 75-77 152 8
CUT Gerina Mendoza 75-77 152 8
CUT Heather Angell 74-78 152 8
CUT Sarah Tiller 76-76 152 8
CUT Jeehae Lee 75-77 152 8
CUT Charlotte Campbell 75-77 152 8
CUT Rungthiwa Pangjan 81-72 153 9
CUT Jessica Carafiello 79-74 153 9
CUT Yun-Yan Bai 79-74 153 9
CUT Kelly Cavanaugh 76-77 153 9
CUT Julie Wells 76-77 153 9
CUT Jaclyn Burch 76-77 153 9
CUT Hana Young 78-75 153 9
CUT Perry Swenson 78-75 153 9
CUT Grace Woo 76-77 153 9
CUT Mindy Kim 74-79 153 9
CUT Shayne Miyajima 73-80 153 9
CUT Samantha Richdale 74-80 154 10
CUT Tiranan Yoopan 71-83 154 10
CUT Maggie Simons 76-78 154 10
CUT Kim Augusta 80-74 154 10
CUT Eom Ji Park 78-76 154 10
CUT Kim Kouwabunpat 77-77 154 10
CUT Emily Tankey 81-73 154 10
CUT Adrienne White 80-74 154 10
CUT Kuan-pei Chen 76-79 155 11
CUT Reana Yun 80-75 155 11
CUT Stacey Tate 73-83 156 12
CUT Johnna Jae Nealy 77-79 156 12
CUT Angela Won 82-74 156 12
CUT Nicole Keller 82-74 156 12
CUT Bri Vega 82-74 156 12
CUT Amanda McCurdy 79-77 156 12
CUT Elena Kurokawa 78-78 156 12
CUT M.J. Hur 78-78 156 12
CUT Megan Godfrey 81-75 156 12
CUT Leah Whiting 81-75 156 12
CUT Cindy Lee-Pridgen 79-77 156 12
CUT Adrienne Gautreaux 78-79 157 13
CUT Miho Murata 78-79 157 13
CUT Sofie Andersson 81-76 157 13
CUT Jeannine Fiorito 80-77 157 13
CUT Anastasia Kostina 78-79 157 13
CUT Cathie Williamson 81-77 158 14
CUT Salimah Mussani 79-79 158 14
CUT Deanna Slaman 78-80 158 14
CUT Hanna Kang 75-83 158 14
CUT Tasha Browner 83-76 159 15
CUT Sam White 83-76 159 15
CUT Tracy Nichols 81-78 159 15
CUT Stefanie Page 81-78 159 15
CUT Kelly Schaub 79-81 160 16
CUT Jamie Stevenson 83-77 160 16
CUT Elise Brandt 80-80 160 16
CUT Stella Lee 81-80 161 17
CUT Courtney Mahon 77-84 161 17
CUT Jenny Schneider 77-85 162 18
CUT Andia Winslow 77-85 162 18
CUT Filippa McDougall 85-77 162 18
CUT Sasha Medina 81-81 162 18
CUT Jennifer Kovach 80-82 162 18
CUT Alana Condon 84-79 163 19
CUT Polly Travica 82-82 164 20
CUT Hyun-Hwa Sim 85-81 166 22
CUT Lauren Cheves 86-82 168 24
CUT Meghan Trainor 87-85 172 28
CUT Lynettte West 88-86 174 30
CUT Sabina Imboden 89-87 176 32

 

Rawson leads at LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament after third round 67
Simon, Tseng one-shot behind

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., Sept. 21, 2007 – Australian Anna Rawson shot a tournament-low 5-under par 67 to take a one-shot lead after the third round of the LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament at Mission Hills Country Club. Rawson holds a one-shot lead over Ashleigh Simon of South Africa and Yani Tseng of Taiwan.

Rawson, who has a three-day total of 71-74-67=212 (-4), made birdies on holes 4 and 9 with a bogey on hole 8 to make the turn at even-par for the tournament. On the back nine, she made birdies on holes 12, 14, 15, 17 and 18 with a bogey on hole 13 to finish at 5-under-par 67 for the day and 4-under-par 212 entering the final round.

“I felt like the ball was on a leash,” said Rawson following her round. “It was straight down the middle and straight at the pin. I felt really comfortable with my putts and they dropped today.”

This week marks Rawson's fourth attempt at qualifying for the LPGA Tour. The native Australian played 17 events on the Duramed Futures Tour in 2005 before moving to the Ladies European Tour, where she was a fixture in 2006 and 2007. Her best career professional finish was a second place showing at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open in May.

At the University of Southern California, Rawson finished 11th individually at the 2003 NCAA Women's Golf championship, the same year the Trojans won the team title. In 2001 and 2002, she was named to the Pac-10 honorable mention team.

“I'm hitting the ball so much further than I ever have,” said Rawson. “These courses used to intimidate me. I'd hit 4-irons and 3-irons, but the longest club I hit today was 5-iron. My game has improved so much and it feels really good.”

Simon, a South African, fired a 1-under-par 71 on Friday to move into a tie for second place at 3-under-par (73-69-71=213) with Tseng. Simon used birdies on holes 2 and 4 and a bogey on hole 6 to make the turn at 1-under-par for the day. She shot even-par on the back nine with a birdie on hole 10 and a bogey on hole 13 to finish at 3-under-par heading into the final round.

“I played really solid today and struck it nicely,” said Simon. “I could have sunk a lot more putts though. I'm coming in here to try to get a top-30 spot. I'm not going out tomorrow to try to shoot lights out. I'll just try to play level golf. It doesn't matter where you finish, as long as you get to Daytona.”

Simon, who turned professional in May of 2007, has played in 19 tournaments on the Ladies European Tour since 2006. Her first career victory came in Spain at the Catalonia Ladies Masters this June. Simon also played two events on the LPGA Tour in 2007, including a sponsor exemption at the HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship.

Tseng began the day at 4-under-par and made the turn at 5-under-par for the tournament after a birdie on hole 2. She struggled on the back nine with bogies on holes 11, 13 and 15 and a birdie on hole 16 to finish at 3-under-par (72-68-73=213).

“My putting was very good, but I was confused by the wind,” said Tseng. “Tomorrow I will just relax because number one or number thirty, you still make it.”

A native of Taiwan who recently bought a home in Southern California, Tseng made her second appearance on the LPGA Tour at the 2007 CN Canadian Women's Open where she finished tied for sixth.

The final round, which will feature the low 70 players and ties, will be played on the Dinah Shore course at Mission Hills Country Club. The top-30 players and ties at the end of 72 holes will advance to the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., Nov. 28-Dec. 2.

The Rancho Mirage qualifier is the first of the LPGA Tour's two sectional qualifying events in 2007. The second LPGA Tour Sectional Qualifying Tournament is Oct. 2-5 at Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice, Fla. The top-30 finishers and ties from the Florida qualifier will join the California sectional qualifiers, current LPGA Tour members attempting to improve their status and the players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2007 Duramed Futures Tour money list at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament.


 

Friday, September 21, 2007
2007 Q-School Mission Hills
Final Round Summary
Mission Hills Rancho Mirage CALIFORNIA

1 Anna Rawson 71-74-67 212 -4
T2 Yani Tseng 72-68-73 213 -3
T2 Ashleigh Simon 73-69-71 213 -3
T4 Kelly Lagedrost 68-72-74 214 -2
T4 Emma Cabrera-Bello 73-70-71 214 -2
T4 Kristie Smith 73-70-71 214 -2
T7 Song Yi Choi 69-73-73 215 -1
T7 Amy Yang 73-72-70 215 -1
T7 Jin Hyun Kim 75-71-69 215 -1
T10 Jennifer Ackerson 69-73-74 216 E
T10 Hwan Hee Lee 70-73-73 216 E
T12 Annie Young 72-70-75 217 +1
T12 Amie Cochran 67-80-70 217 +1
T14 Helen Oh 73-73-72 218 +2
T14 Louise Friberg 74-73-71 218 +2
T14 Whitney Wade 72-71-75 218 +2
T14 Nontaya Srisawang 71-74-73 218 +2
T14 Christina Lecuyer 76-72-70 218 +2
T14 Meghan Little 77-73-68 218 +2
T14 Dana Je 75-72-71 218 +2
T14 Sarah-Jane Kenyon 72-76-70 218 +2
T22 Shinah Ham 74-72-73 219 +3
T22 Ashley Knoll 71-74-74 219 +3
T22 Nikki Garrett 72-72-75 219 +3
T22 Nicole Hage 69-78-72 219 +3
T22 Kiran Matharu 77-72-70 219 +3
T22 Danah Ford 73-74-72 219 +3
T22 May Wood 73-74-72 219 +3
T29 Samantha Head 73-73-74 220 +4
T29 Hannah Jun 70-76-74 220 +4
T29 Priscilla Duffield 70-74-76 220 +4
T29 Eileen Vargas 77-72-71 220 +4
T29 Catherine Matranga 74-73-73 220 +4
T29 Amy Schmucker 72-75-73 220 +4
T35 Russy Gulyanamitta 76-71-74 221 +5
T35 Shanshan Feng 73-75-73 221 +5
T35 Tiffany Tavee 72-75-74 221 +5
T35 D'Rae Ward 72-73-76 221 +5
T35 Joanne Mills 71-75-75 221 +5
T35 Kelly Froelich 73-75-73 221 +5
T35 Carolina Llano 73-77-71 221 +5
T35 Hiroko Fujishima 75-75-71 221 +5
T35 Caryn Wilson 75-74-72 221 +5
T35 Anja Monke 73-75-73 221 +5
T35 Sarah Kemp 74-75-72 221 +5
T46 Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff 75-73-74 222 +6
T46 Katie Allison 68-76-78 222 +6
T46 Esther Choe 78-71-73 222 +6
T46 Rachel Bailey 72-77-73 222 +6
T50 Misun Cho 75-73-75 223 +7
T50 Nicole Melton 73-75-75 223 +7
T50 Rachel Newren 71-77-75 223 +7
T50 Chris Brady 77-73-73 223 +7
T50 Lauren Espinosa 73-77-73 223 +7
T50 Yoo Lee Kim 75-74-74 223 +7
T56 Meghan Bolger 77-73-74 224 +8
T56 Ashley Gomes 73-75-76 224 +8
T56 Jenny Suh 71-77-76 224 +8
T56 Lauren Todd 70-75-79 224 +8
T56 Marcela Leon 75-75-74 224 +8
T56 Joanna Whitley 77-71-76 224 +8
T56 Cortney Reno 74-74-76 224 +8
T63 Anna Temple 76-73-76 225 +9
T63 Chris Newton 75-74-76 225 +9
T63 Jennifer Greggain 73-76-76 225 +9
T63 Alice Kim 73-77-75 225 +9
T63 Yoora Kim 73-77-75 225 +9
T63 Lili Alvarez 77-72-76 225 +9
T63 Krystal Shearer 74-74-77 225 +9
T63 Kim Welch 72-75-78 225 +9
T63 Jenna Pearson 73-74-78 225 +9
T72 Leah Hart 76-73-77 226 +10
T72 Jana Peterkova 72-76-78 226 +10
T72 Porani Chutichai 75-75-76 226 +10
T72 Bridget Keala Dwyer 73-77-76 226 +10
T76 Ulrika Ljungman-Smith 74-76-77 227 +11
T76 Randi Meadows 75-75-77 227 +11
T76 Taya Battistella 74-75-78 227 +11
T76 Leah Wigger 75-74-78 227 +11
T80 Michelle Simpson 74-72-82 228 +12
T80 Libby Smith 75-74-79 228 +12
T80 Corina Kelepouris 74-76-78 228 +12
83 Benedikte B Grotvedt 72-78-79 229 +13
CUT Kwan-Chih Lu 76-75 151 7
CUT Britney Hayes 77-74 151 7
CUT Mo Martin 76-75 151 7
CUT Erin Kerr 75-76 151 7
CUT Jean Reynolds 75-76 151 7
CUT Tanya Dergal 78-73 151 7
CUT Karlie Ward 79-72 151 7
CUT Sarah Oh 73-78 151 7
CUT Jaclyn Sweeney 71-80 151 7
CUT Seema Sadekar 73-78 151 7
CUT Lori Atsedes 74-77 151 7
CUT Pornanong Phatlum 74-77 151 7
CUT Stephanie Dukes 74-77 151 7
CUT Walailak Satarak 74-77 151 7
CUT Jessica Shepley 76-76 152 8
CUT Angela Buzminski 78-74 152 8
CUT Sarah Tiller 76-76 152 8
CUT Jeehae Lee 75-77 152 8
CUT Vanessa Brockett 79-73 152 8
CUT Mary K Moan 75-77 152 8
CUT Charlotte Campbell 75-77 152 8
CUT Gerina Mendoza 75-77 152 8
CUT Heather Angell 74-78 152 8
CUT Anna Grzebien 80-72 152 8
CUT Julie Wells 76-77 153 9
CUT Jaclyn Burch 76-77 153 9
CUT Kelly Cavanaugh 76-77 153 9
CUT Perry Swenson 78-75 153 9
CUT Grace Woo 76-77 153 9
CUT Mindy Kim 74-79 153 9
CUT Shayne Miyajima 73-80 153 9
CUT Yun-Yan Bai 79-74 153 9
CUT Hana Young 78-75 153 9
CUT Jessica Carafiello 79-74 153 9
CUT Rungthiwa Pangjan 81-72 153 9
CUT Tiranan Yoopan 71-83 154 10
CUT Emily Tankey 81-73 154 10
CUT Adrienne White 80-74 154 10
CUT Maggie Simons 76-78 154 10
CUT Samantha Richdale 74-80 154 10
CUT Kim Kouwabunpat 77-77 154 10
CUT Kim Augusta 80-74 154 10
CUT Eom Ji Park 78-76 154 10
CUT Reana Yun 80-75 155 11
CUT Kuan-pei Chen 76-79 155 11
CUT Megan Godfrey 81-75 156 12
CUT Leah Whiting 81-75 156 12
CUT Bri Vega 82-74 156 12
CUT Angela Won 82-74 156 12
CUT Nicole Keller 82-74 156 12
CUT Cindy Lee-Pridgen 79-77 156 12
CUT Johnna Jae Nealy 77-79 156 12
CUT Stacey Tate 73-83 156 12
CUT M.J. Hur 78-78 156 12
CUT Amanda McCurdy 79-77 156 12
CUT Elena Kurokawa 78-78 156 12
CUT Jeannine Fiorito 80-77 157 13
CUT Sofie Andersson 81-76 157 13
CUT Anastasia Kostina 78-79 157 13
CUT Adrienne Gautreaux 78-79 157 13
CUT Miho Murata 78-79 157 13
CUT Cathie Williamson 81-77 158 14
CUT Salimah Mussani 79-79 158 14
CUT Deanna Slaman 78-80 158 14
CUT Hanna Kang 75-83 158 14
CUT Tracy Nichols 81-78 159 15
CUT Stefanie Page 81-78 159 15
CUT Sam White 83-76 159 15
CUT Tasha Browner 83-76 159 15
CUT Jamie Stevenson 83-77 160 16
CUT Elise Brandt 80-80 160 16
CUT Kelly Schaub 79-81 160 16
CUT Courtney Mahon 77-84 161 17
CUT Stella Lee 81-80 161 17
CUT Andia Winslow 77-85 162 18
CUT Jenny Schneider 77-85 162 18
CUT Sasha Medina 81-81 162 18
CUT Jennifer Kovach 80-82 162 18
CUT Filippa McDougall 85-77 162 18
CUT Alana Condon 84-79 163 19
CUT Polly Travica 82-82 164 20
CUT Hyun-Hwa Sim 85-81 166 22
CUT Lauren Cheves 86-82 168 24
CUT Meghan Trainor 87-85 172 28
CUT Lynettte West 88-86 174 30
CUT Sabina Imboden 89-87 176 32

 

Two tied for lead at LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament after second round
Eighty-three players make the cut

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., Sept. 20, 2007 – Yani Tseng of Taiwan and Kelly Lagedrost of Florida are tied for the lead following the second round of the LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament at Mission Hills Country Club. Tseng and Lagedrost are each 4-under-par 140 entering Friday's third round. Eighty-three players made the cut on Thursday, which was at 6-over-par 150.

18-year-old Tseng fired a 4-under-par 68 (72-68=140) on the 6,442 Dinah Shore Course to move into a tie for first place. Starting on the tenth tee, Tseng birdied her first two holes before four-putting for double bogey on hole 12. She recovered with birdies on holes 14 and 15 to make the turn at 2-under-par. Tseng had three more birdies on the back nine – holes 2, 8 and 9 – with one bogey on hole 4.

“I played pretty good and I had confidence today,” said Tseng. “I played too fast yesterday, so for the first couple of holes I remembered that I have to slow down today.”

A native of Taiwan who recently bought a home in Southern California, Tseng made her second appearance on the LPGA Tour at the 2007 CN Canadian Women's Open where she finished tied for sixth. In Edmonton, Tseng fired four consecutive rounds of even-par or better, including two 67's. She finished the week at 8-under-par 276 in a tie with Kimberly Hall and Seon Hwa Lee. Her first LPGA tournament was the 2004 Asahi Ryokuken International Championship at Mount Vintage where she finished tied for 33rd.

“That tournament (CN Canadian Women's Open) helped me a lot,” said Tseng. “Before that, I felt very nervous to play Q-School, but after the (CN Canadian) Women's Open, I felt more confident and more relaxed. So I said, ‘okay, I can play, I can make it.'”

28-year-old Lagedrost, who played the 6,406 yard Arnold Palmer Course, started her day with birdies on holes 4 and 8 to make the turn at 2-under par. She carded bogies on holes 12 and 16 to shoot even-par 72 in the second round (68-72=140).

“I'm very happy with the way I held it together and grinded through it,” said Lagedrost. “It was getting tough out there. The wind was really a factor. It was ballooning and kind of swirling and I didn't really know which way it was going.”

Lagedrost was the 2001 Conference USA Player of the Year at the University of South Florida. She recorded three collegiate wins before joining the Duramed Futures Tour, where she has played every year since 2002. Lagedrost had stints on the LPGA Tour in 2004 and 2006, where she played 27 events, making five cuts.

“The mental part is my big thing, trusting myself,” said Lagedrost, who spent part of 2007 as the interim head coach of women's golf at the University of South Florida. “Everyone deals with it out here. I feel like I have the talent and I can produce the shots obviously, it's just a matter of doing it on a regular basis and believing in myself. I'm working on that.”

Four players are two shots behind the lead in a tie for third place. Ashleigh Simon of South Africa, Annie Young of Utah, Song Yi Choi of South Korea and Jennifer Ackerson of Texas all enter the third round at 2-under-par 142.

The final two rounds, which will feature the low 70 players and ties, will be played on the Dinah Shore course at Mission Hills Country Club. The top-30 players and ties at the end of 72 holes will advance to the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., Nov. 28-Dec. 2.

The Rancho Mirage qualifier is the first of the LPGA Tour's two sectional qualifying events in 2007. The second LPGA Tour Sectional Qualifying Tournament is Oct. 2-5 at Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice, Fla. The top-30 finishers and ties from the Florida qualifier will join the California sectional qualifiers, current LPGA Tour members attempting to improve their status and the players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2007 Duramed Futures Tour money list at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., Nov. 28 – Dec. 2.

 

2007 Q-School Mission Hills
Mission Hills Rancho Mirage CALIFORNIA
Dinah Shore Course
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Second Round Summary

T1 Kelly Lagedrost 68-72 140 -4
T1 Yani Tseng 72-68 140 -4
T3 Song Yi Choi 69-73 142 -2
T3 Jennifer Ackerson 69-73 142 -2
T3 Ashleigh Simon 73-69 142 -2
T3 Annie Young 72-70 142 -2
T7 Whitney Wade 72-71 143 -1
T7 Hwan Hee Lee 70-73 143 -1
T7 Kristie Smith 73-70 143 -1
T7 Emma Cabrera-Bello 73-70 143 -1
T11 Katie Allison 68-76 144 E
T11 Priscilla Duffield 70-74 144 E
T11 Nikki Garrett 72-72 144 E
T14 Ashley Knoll 71-74 145 1
T14 Anna Rawson 71-74 145 1
T14 Lauren Todd 70-75 145 1
T14 Amy Yang 73-72 145 1
T14 D'Rae Ward 72-73 145 1
T14 Nontaya Srisawang 71-74 145 1
T20 Samantha Head 73-73 146 2
T20 Joanne Mills 71-75 146 2
T20 Hannah Jun 70-76 146 2
T20 Helen Oh 73-73 146 2
T20 Jin Hyun Kim 75-71 146 2
T20 Shinah Ham 74-72 146 2
T20 Michelle Simpson 74-72 146 2
T27 Kim Welch 72-75 147 3
T27 Amy Schmucker 72-75 147 3
T27 Jenna Pearson 73-74 147 3
T27 Amie Cochran 67-80 147 3
T27 Nicole Hage 69-78 147 3
T27 Tiffany Tavee 72-75 147 3
T27 Louise Friberg 74-73 147 3
T27 Dana Je 75-72 147 3
T27 Russy Gulyanamitta 76-71 147 3
T27 May Wood 73-74 147 3
T27 Danah Ford 73-74 147 3
T27 Catherine Matranga 74-73 147 3
T39 Shanshan Feng 73-75 148 4
T39 Anja Monke 73-75 148 4
T39 Ashley Gomes 73-75 148 4
T39 Jana Peterkova 72-76 148 4
T39 Jenny Suh 71-77 148 4
T39 Rachel Newren 71-77 148 4
T39 Sarah-Jane Kenyon 72-76 148 4
T39 Nicole Melton 73-75 148 4
T39 Misun Cho 75-73 148 4
T39 Christina Lecuyer 76-72 148 4
T39 Joanna Whitley 77-71 148 4
T39 Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff 75-73 148 4
T39 Kelly Froelich 73-75 148 4
T39 Cortney Reno 74-74 148 4
T39 Krystal Shearer 74-74 148 4
T54 Leah Wigger 75-74 149 5
T54 Caryn Wilson 75-74 149 5
T54 Libby Smith 75-74 149 5
T54 Sarah Kemp 74-75 149 5
T54 Rachel Bailey 72-77 149 5
T54 Jennifer Greggain 73-76 149 5
T54 Taya Battistella 74-75 149 5
T54 Chris Newton 75-74 149 5
T54 Lili Alvarez 77-72 149 5
T54 Eileen Vargas 77-72 149 5
T54 Esther Choe 78-71 149 5
T54 Kiran Matharu 77-72 149 5
T54 Yoo Lee Kim 75-74 149 5
T54 Leah Hart 76-73 149 5
T54 Anna Temple 76-73 149 5
T69 Lauren Espinosa 73-77 150 6
T69 Alice Kim 73-77 150 6
T69 Corina Kelepouris 74-76 150 6
T69 Carolina Llano 73-77 150 6
T69 Benedikte B Grotvedt 72-78 150 6
T69 Yoora Kim 73-77 150 6
T69 Bridget Keala Dwyer 73-77 150 6
T69 Ulrika Ljungman-Smith 74-76 150 6
T69 Chris Brady 77-73 150 6
T69 Meghan Little 77-73 150 6
T69 Meghan Bolger 77-73 150 6
T69 Marcela Leon 75-75 150 6
T69 Porani Chutichai 75-75 150 6
T69 Randi Meadows 75-75 150 6
T69 Hiroko Fujishima 75-75 150 6
CUT Jaclyn Sweeney 71-80 151 7
CUT Seema Sadekar 73-78 151 7
CUT Sarah Oh 73-78 151 7
CUT Lori Atsedes 74-77 151 7
CUT Kwan-Chih Lu 76-75 151 7
CUT Mo Martin 76-75 151 7
CUT Britney Hayes 77-74 151 7
CUT Karlie Ward 79-72 151 7
CUT Tanya Dergal 78-73 151 7
CUT Stephanie Dukes 74-77 151 7
CUT Pornanong Phatlum 74-77 151 7
CUT Walailak Satarak 74-77 151 7
CUT Jean Reynolds 75-76 151 7
CUT Erin Kerr 75-76 151 7
CUT Anna Grzebien 80-72 152 8
CUT Vanessa Brockett 79-73 152 8
CUT Jeehae Lee 75-77 152 8
CUT Charlotte Campbell 75-77 152 8
CUT Sarah Tiller 76-76 152 8
CUT Angela Buzminski 78-74 152 8
CUT Jessica Shepley 76-76 152 8
CUT Mary K Moan 75-77 152 8
CUT Gerina Mendoza 75-77 152 8
CUT Heather Angell 74-78 152 8
CUT Mindy Kim 74-79 153 9
CUT Shayne Miyajima 73-80 153 9
CUT Jaclyn Burch 76-77 153 9
CUT Jessica Carafiello 79-74 153 9
CUT Yun-Yan Bai 79-74 153 9
CUT Rungthiwa Pangjan 81-72 153 9
CUT Kelly Cavanaugh 76-77 153 9
CUT Julie Wells 76-77 153 9
CUT Grace Woo 76-77 153 9
CUT Hana Young 78-75 153 9
CUT Perry Swenson 78-75 153 9
CUT Adrienne White 80-74 154 10
CUT Kim Augusta 80-74 154 10
CUT Emily Tankey 81-73 154 10
CUT Samantha Richdale 74-80 154 10
CUT Tiranan Yoopan 71-83 154 10
CUT Maggie Simons 76-78 154 10
CUT Eom Ji Park 78-76 154 10
CUT Kim Kouwabunpat 77-77 154 10
CUT Reana Yun 80-75 155 11
CUT Kuan-pei Chen 76-79 155 11
CUT Johnna Jae Nealy 77-79 156 12
CUT Stacey Tate 73-83 156 12
CUT M.J. Hur 78-78 156 12
CUT Nicole Keller 82-74 156 12
CUT Bri Vega 82-74 156 12
CUT Angela Won 82-74 156 12
CUT Amanda McCurdy 79-77 156 12
CUT Elena Kurokawa 78-78 156 12
CUT Cindy Lee-Pridgen 79-77 156 12
CUT Megan Godfrey 81-75 156 12
CUT Leah Whiting 81-75 156 12
CUT Jeannine Fiorito 80-77 157 13
CUT Adrienne Gautreaux 78-79 157 13
CUT Sofie Andersson 81-76 157 13
CUT Miho Murata 78-79 157 13
CUT Anastasia Kostina 78-79 157 13
CUT Salimah Mussani 79-79 158 14
CUT Deanna Slaman 78-80 158 14
CUT Cathie Williamson 81-77 158 14
CUT Hanna Kang 75-83 158 14
CUT Stefanie Page 81-78 159 15
CUT Tracy Nichols 81-78 159 15
CUT Tasha Browner 83-76 159 15
CUT Sam White 83-76 159 15
CUT Jamie Stevenson 83-77 160 16
CUT Elise Brandt 80-80 160 16
CUT Kelly Schaub 79-81 160 16
CUT Courtney Mahon 77-84 161 17
CUT Stella Lee 81-80 161 17
CUT Andia Winslow 77-85 162 18
CUT Jennifer Kovach 80-82 162 18
CUT Jenny Schneider 77-85 162 18
CUT Sasha Medina 81-81 162 18
CUT Filippa McDougall 85-77 162 18
CUT Alana Condon 84-79 163 19
CUT Polly Travica 82-82 164 20
CUT Hyun-Hwa Sim 85-81 166 22
CUT Lauren Cheves 86-82 168 24
CUT Meghan Trainor 87-85 172 28
CUT Lynettte West 88-86 174 30
CUT Sabina Imboden 89-87 176 32

 

 

Cochran takes one-stroke lead at LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament after opening round 67
Allison, Lagedrost one-shot back

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., Sept. 19, 2007 – 21-year-old California native Amie Cochran leads after the first round of the LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament at Mission Hills Country Club following a 5-under-par 67. Cochran holds a one-stroke advantage over New Jersey native Katie Allison and Florida's Kelly Lagedrost.

Cochran, who played two years at UCLA before turning professional in 2006, notched seven birdies and two bogeys in her first round on the 6,406 yard Arnold Palmer Course. She will play Thursday's second round on the 6,442 yard Dinah Shore course, which plays host to the LPGA's first major of the year, the Kraft Nabisco Championship.

“It was awesome. I made a lot of putts with a couple bogeys,” said Cochran. “The course was really friendly today.”

Cochran, who tied for 43rd in the CN Canadian Women's Open after gaining entry by tying for first place in the tournament qualifier, carded four birdies on the front nine, including holes 3, 4, 6 and 7 to make the turn at 4-under par. She notched two more birdies on holes 12 and 14 before bogeying holes 16 and 17. She capped her round with a birdie on hole 18 to finish at 5-under-par.

“When I got here this morning and stepped onto the first tee, I thought ‘wow, I really feel like I belong here,'” said Cochran. “You put so much time into something and it's really awesome to have this happen. I got a couple lucky bounces out there today.”

A member of the 2003 PING Junior U.S. Solheim Cup Team, Cochran earned 2005 NCAA All-American Second Team honors at UCLA. She has twice played in the U.S. Women's Open, earning a tie for 50th in 2005 at Cherry Hills Country Club.

Allison and Lagedrost are tied for second place at 4-under-par 68. Allison, who played the Arnold Palmer Course, used a birdie on hole 6 and a bogey on hole 7 to make the turn at even-par. Her back nine featured birdies on holes 10, 13, 14 and 16 to finish at 4-under.

Allison, a 2002 graduate of Winthrop University, played the 2004, 2006 and 2007 seasons on the Duramed Futures Tour. In three seasons, she has earned $33,416 with five top-10 finishes. Allison is looking to regain the card she lost after the 2005 LPGA Tour season, where she played 21 events, making three cuts.

Lagedrost, who started on the tenth tee on the Dinah Shore course, carded birdies on holes 14 and 18 to make the turn at 2-under-par. She continued her bogey-free day with birdies on holes 7 and 8 to finish the day at 4-under. Her round of 68 was the best of the day on the Dinah Shore course.

The University of South Florida graduate has twice qualified for the Tour via LPGA Qualifying School, first in 2004 and most recently in 2006. She has played in 27 LPGA Tour events, making the cut five times. Lagedrost has also competed on the Duramed Futures Tour in every season since 2002, earning more than $50,000. She played in 17 on the Futures Tour in 2007 with one top-10 finish.

Nicole Hage of Florida, Jennifer Ackerson of Texas and Song Yi Choi of South Korea are tied for third place at 3-under-par 69.

Julie Wells of Oregon carded a hole-in-one on hole 11 of the Arnold Palmer Course. Wells used a 6-iron from 141 yards into the wind. She finished the day with a 4-over-par 76.

Players are competing on both the Arnold Palmer and Dinah Shore courses at Mission Hills Country Club, playing each of the courses once before the 36-hole cut is made following the second round. The final two rounds, which will feature the low 70 players and ties, will be played on the Dinah Shore course. The top-30 players and ties at the end of 72 holes will advance to the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., Nov. 28-Dec. 2.

The Rancho Mirage qualifier is the first of the LPGA Tour's two sectional qualifying events in 2007. The second LPGA Tour Sectional Qualifying Tournament is Oct. 2-5 at Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice, Fla. The top-30 finishers and ties from the Florida qualifier will join the California sectional qualifiers, current LPGA Tour members attempting to improve their status and the players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2006 Futures Tour money list at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament.

 

 

Wednesday, September 19, 2007
2007 Q-School Mission Hills
Final Round Summary
Mission Hills Rancho Mirage CALIFORNIA

 
1 Amie Cochran       67 -5  
T2 Katie Allison       68 -4  
T2 Kelly Lagedrost       68 -4  
T4 Nicole Hage       69 -3  
T4 Jennifer Ackerson       69 -3  
T4 Song Yi Choi       69 -3  
T7 Hannah Jun       70 -2  
T7 Priscilla Duffield       70 -2  
T7 Hwan Hee Lee       70 -2  
T7 Lauren Todd       70 -2  
T11 Joanne Mills       71 -1  
T11 Nontaya Srisawang       71 -1  
T11 Jenny Suh       71 -1  
T11 Rachel Newren       71 -1  
T11 Tiranan Yoopan       71 -1  
T11 Jaclyn Sweeney       71 -1  
T11 Anna Rawson       71 -1  
T11 Ashley Knoll       71 -1  
T19 Jana Peterkova       72 E  
T19 D'Rae Ward       72 E  
T19 Rachel Bailey       72 E  
T19 Benedikte B Grotvedt       72 E  
T19 Nikki Garrett       72 E  
T19 Tiffany Tavee       72 E  
T19 Sarah-Jane Kenyon       72 E  
T19 Kim Welch       72 E  
T19 Amy Schmucker       72 E  
T19 Yani Tseng       72 E  
T19 Annie Young       72 E  
T19 Whitney Wade       72 E  
T31 Kelly Froelich       73 +1  
T31 Shayne Miyajima       73 +1  
T31 Danah Ford       73 +1  
T31 Bridget Keala Dwyer       73 +1  
T31 Samantha Head       73 +1  
T31 Amy Yang       73 +1  
T31 Kristie Smith       73 +1  
T31 Ashleigh Simon       73 +1  
T31 Alice Kim       73 +1  
T31 Lauren Espinosa       73 +1  
T31 Helen Oh       73 +1  
T31 May Wood       73 +1  
T31 Sarah Oh       73 +1  
T31 Yoora Kim       73 +1  
T31 Seema Sadekar       73 +1  
T31 Carolina Llano       73 +1  
T31 Stacey Tate       73 +1  
T31 Jenna Pearson       73 +1  
T31 Emma Cabrera-Bello       73 +1  
T31 Jennifer Greggain       73 +1  
T31 Anja Monke       73 +1  
T31 Nicole Melton       73 +1  
T31 Ashley Gomes       73 +1  
T31 Shanshan Feng       73 +1  
T55 Heather Angell       74 +2  
T55 Stephanie Dukes       74 +2  
T55 Taya Battistella       74 +2  
T55 Walailak Satarak       74 +2  
T55 Michelle Simpson       74 +2  
T55 Ulrika Ljungman-Smith       74 +2  
T55 Mindy Kim       74 +2  
T55 Corina Kelepouris       74 +2  
T55 Lori Atsedes       74 +2  
T55 Pornanong Phatlum       74 +2  
T55 Sarah Kemp       74 +2  
T55 Louise Friberg       74 +2  
T55 Shinah Ham       74 +2  
T55 Catherine Matranga       74 +2  
T55 Samantha Richdale       74 +2  
T55 Cortney Reno       74 +2  
T55 Krystal Shearer       74 +2  
T72 Mary K Moan       75 +3  
T72 Yoo Lee Kim       75 +3  
T72 Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff       75 +3  
T72 Libby Smith       75 +3  
T72 Erin Kerr       75 +3  
T72 Jean Reynolds       75 +3  
T72 Misun Cho       75 +3  
T72 Jin Hyun Kim       75 +3  
T72 Jeehae Lee       75 +3  
T72 Chris Newton       75 +3  
T72 Leah Wigger       75 +3  
T72 Hanna Kang       75 +3  
T72 Caryn Wilson       75 +3  
T72 Hiroko Fujishima       75 +3  
T72 Randi Meadows       75 +3  
T72 Dana Je       75 +3  
T72 Charlotte Campbell       75 +3  
T72 Gerina Mendoza       75 +3  
T72 Porani Chutichai       75 +3  
T72 Marcela Leon       75 +3  
T92 Julie Wells       76 +4  
T92 Russy Gulyanamitta       76 +4  
T92 Jessica Shepley       76 +4  
T92 Kuan-pei Chen       76 +4  
T92 Maggie Simons       76 +4  
T92 Anna Temple       76 +4  
T92 Jaclyn Burch       76 +4  
T92 Christina Lecuyer       76 +4  
T92 Grace Woo       76 +4  
T92 Kwan-Chih Lu       76 +4  
T92 Mo Martin       76 +4  
T92 Leah Hart       76 +4  
T92 Kelly Cavanaugh       76 +4  
T92 Sarah Tiller       76 +4  
T106 Eileen Vargas       77 +5  
T106 Lili Alvarez       77 +5  
T106 Chris Brady       77 +5  
T106 Andia Winslow       77 +5  
T106 Meghan Little       77 +5  
T106 Johnna Jae Nealy       77 +5  
T106 Meghan Bolger       77 +5  
T106 Britney Hayes       77 +5  
T106 Kim Kouwabunpat       77 +5  
T106 Kiran Matharu       77 +5  
T106 Courtney Mahon       77 +5  
T106 Jenny Schneider       77 +5  
T106 Joanna Whitley       77 +5  
T119 Hana Young       78 +6  
T119 Esther Choe       78 +6  
T119 Angela Buzminski       78 +6  
T119 Deanna Slaman       78 +6  
T119 Elena Kurokawa       78 +6  
T119 Miho Murata       78 +6  
T119 Perry Swenson       78 +6  
T119 Adrienne Gautreaux       78 +6  
T119 Eom Ji Park       78 +6  
T119 M.J. Hur       78 +6  
T119 Tanya Dergal       78 +6  
T119 Anastasia Kostina       78 +6  
T131 Vanessa Brockett       79 +7  
T131 Karlie Ward       79 +7  
T131 Cindy Lee-Pridgen       79 +7  
T131 Kelly Schaub       79 +7  
T131 Yun-Yan Bai       79 +7  
T131 Jessica Carafiello       79 +7  
T131 Amanda McCurdy       79 +7  
T131 Salimah Mussani       79 +7  
T139 Reana Yun       80 +8  
T139 Jennifer Kovach       80 +8  
T139 Jeannine Fiorito       80 +8  
T139 Adrienne White       80 +8  
T139 Kim Augusta       80 +8  
T139 Anna Grzebien       80 +8  
T139 Elise Brandt       80 +8  
T146 Stella Lee       81 +9  
T146 Megan Godfrey       81 +9  
T146 Rungthiwa Pangjan       81 +9  
T146 Emily Tankey       81 +9  
T146 Sofie Andersson       81 +9  
T146 Tracy Nichols       81 +9  
T146 Leah Whiting       81 +9  
T146 Stefanie Page       81 +9  
T146 Sasha Medina       81 +9  
T146 Cathie Williamson       81 +9  
T156 Bri Vega       82 +10  
T156 Angela Won       82 +10  
T156 Nicole Keller       82 +10  
T156 Polly Travica       82 +10  
T160 Tasha Browner       83 +11  
T160 Sam White       83 +11  
T160 Jamie Stevenson       83 +11  
163 Alana Condon       84 +12  
T164 Filippa McDougall       85 +13  
T164 Hyun-Hwa Sim       85 +13  
166 Lauren Cheves       86 +14  
167 Meghan Trainor       87 +15  
168 Lynettte West       88 +16  
169 Sabina Imboden       89 +17  
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