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LPGA Volvik Championship

DATES: May 24-27
SITE: Travis Pointe Country Club, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PRIZE MONEY: $1,300,000
Tournament stats & info

Round 4 - Minjee Lee celebrates birthday with a win

May 27, 2018

Australia's Minjee Lee celebrated her 22nd birthday with a victory in the LPGA's Volvik Championship in Michigan, a birdie at the final hole lifting her to a one-shot win over Kim In-kyung.

Lee, who took a two-shot lead into the final round, fired a four-under par 68 for a 16-under par total of 272.

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A three-putt bogey at 17 had dropped her into a tie for the lead with Kim, who had capped her 67 with a tap-in birdie at the last for a 15-under total of 273.

At Travis Pointe's par-five 18th, Lee's second shot landed just right of the green. She chipped to within three feet and drained the putt for her fourth LPGA victory and her first since 2016.

"I've been playing pretty solid the whole year," said Lee, whose five prior top-10 finishes in 2018 included a playoff loss to Lydia Ko in San Francisco in April.

"It's nice to have a win before the Open," added Lee, already looking ahead to the US Women's Open that starts Thursday in Shoal Creek in Alabama.

"Next week is going to be a totally different week, so I'll just try my best. I know I'm hitting it pretty solid, I'm putting solid, so hopefully I'll have a good week."

Lee had maintained her two-shot lead through the first nine holes, picking up birdies at three of her first five holes as she produced a string of straight drives and precision iron shots.

Kim, one-under for the day through nine, gained steam with four birdies in five holes from the 10th through the 14th.

She was 14-under after a bogey at 15 but put the pressure on Lee with her closing birdie, settling for solo second one stroke in front of Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn who carded a seven-under 65.

Australian Su Oh carded a 68 and American Lindy Duncan a 69 to share fourth on 275.

Stacy Lewis, who is expecting her first child in November, started the day with a share of second but settled for a one-under 71 that left her equal seventh on 277 alongside Ariya Jutanugarn and Danielle Kang.

Pos.
Player
Scores
Total
To Par
Prize Money
1
Minjee Lee
67 - 69 - 68 - 68
272
-16
$195,000.00
2
In-Kyung Kim
70 - 69 - 67 - 67
273
-15
$120,962.00
3
Moriya Jutanugarn
66 - 72 - 71 - 65
274
-14
$87,750.00

More scores & prize money

Round 3 - Minjee Lee takes lead in Michigan

May 26, 2018

After a day that saw near-constant change at the top of the leader board, it was Minjee Lee who pulled clear of the field and carries a two-stroke lead into the final round of the 2018 LPGA Volvik Championship.

Lee returned a bogey-free 4-under 68 on Saturday and leads the field at 12-under 204. She nearly tasted victory here in 2017, when she shot a final-round 65 to finish one stroke behind winner Shanshan Feng.

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A quartet of players sits two strokes behind Lee at 10-under 204, a group that includes two major champions and two players looking for their first LPGA victories. Two-time major winner Stacy Lewis, who is pregnant with her first child, closed with birdies on five of the final six holes for a 5-under 67. In-Kyung Kim, winner of the 2017 Ricoh Women’s British Open, started off on fire, carding birdies on five of the opening six holes for her own 67. Jodi Ewart Shadoff, who is playing in her first event in a month after rehabbing a back injury, and Lindy Duncan both returned 69s on Saturday and hope to add “LPGA winner” to their golfing resumes.

Duncan, Ewart Shadoff, Kim and Lee all shared the lead at various points on Saturday, while second-round leader Nasa Hataoka stumbled to a 2-over 74 and finished tied for 15th.

Play was suspended at 1:34 p.m. due to lightning in the Ann Arbor area and resumed at 3:45 p.m.

First-time winner hopefuls in contention

The 2018 LPGA Tour season has already seen Rolex First-Time Winners in Jin Young Ko and Moriya Jutanugarn, and after 54 holes in Ann Arbor, five players in the top 10 are staking their claims to join them.

Lindy Duncan (T2) finished second at last week’s Volunteers of America LPGA Texas Classic for the best finish of her five-year LPGA career. Duncan is a 2013 graduate of Duke University, where she was a four-time First-Team All American.

Jodi Ewart Shadoff (T2), an eight-year LPGA pro and two-time European Solheim Cup competitor, has twice been an LPGA runner-up, coming at the 2017 Ricoh Women’s British Open and 2016 Citi Banamex Lorena Ochoa Invitational presented by AeroMexico and Delta.

Emma Talley (T6), the 2015 NCAA individual champion for the University of Alabama, is in her rookie season on the LPGA Tour. She tied for fifth at last month’s HUGEL-JTBC LA Open for her best LPGA showing.

Su Oh (T6) is one of three Australian players in the top 15. She is in her third year on the LPGA Tour, and has a career-best finish of second at the 2016 Kingsmill Championship presented by JTBC.

Bronte Law (T6) is a second-year LPGA Tour player and a 2017 graduate of UCLA, where she won the 2016 ANNIKA Award, which is given to the season’s most outstanding female collegiate golfer. She tied for sixth at the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic for the best finish of her LPGA career.

Eight other players in the top 20 are also looking for their first LPGA victories – Ayako Uehara (T11), Georgia Hall (T11), Sarah Jane Smith (T15), Megan Khang (T15), Gaby Lopez (T15), Nasa Hataoka (T15), Cheyenne Woods (T19) and Mariah Stackhouse (T19).

With a win...

Minjee Lee would earn her first win of 2018 and her fourth career win (2015 Kingsmill Championship, 2016 LOTTE Championship presented by HERSHEY, 2016 Blue Bay LPGA)

Lee would be the first winner from Australia to win on Tour this season, adding Australia as the seventh country represented in the 2018 winner’s circle (4, Republic of Korea; 3, United States; 2, Thailand; 1 Sweden; 1 Canada; 1 New Zealand)

Lee would be the 13th different winner to win on Tour for the 2018 season; the last winner from Australia was Katherine Kirk at the 2017 Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic

With a 13th career win, Stacy Lewis would move into a tie for 40th on the all-time LPGA wins list, joining Betty Jameson, Rosie Jones and Liselotte Neumann

With the $195,000 winner’s check, In-Kyung Kim would reach $9,096,995 in career earnings, moving past Lydia Ko and Meg Mallon on the all-time money list to No. 17 and becoming the 18th person to break the $9 million threshold

With an eighth career win, Kim would move into a tie for 61st on the all-time LPGA wins list, joining Rachel Hetherington, Ariya Jutanugarn, Mi Hyun Kim, Brittany Lincicome, Alice Miller, Anna Nordqvist, Sandra Post, Wiffi Smith and Sherri Steinhauer

Both Jodi Ewart Shadoff and Lindy Duncan would become a Rolex First-Time Winner, joining 2018 First-Time Winners Jin Young Ko and Moriya Jutanugarn

Ewart Shadoff would become the eighth LPGA winner from England and first since Charley Hull in 2016

Duncan would join Brittany Lang as the only Duke University alumnae to win on the LPGA Tour

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
Minjee Lee
-12
67
69
68
204
T2
Stacy Lewis
-10
71
68
67
206
T2
In-Kyung Kim
-10
70
69
67
206
T2
Jodi Ewart Shadoff
-10
67
70
69
206
T2
Lindy Duncan
-10
67
70
69
206
T6
Emma Talley
-9
69
72
66
207
T6
Sei Young Kim
-9
72
68
67
207
T6
Su Oh
-9
69
70
68
207
T6
Bronte Law
-9
70
68
69
207
T6
Danielle Kang
-9
66
72
69
207
T11
Ayako Uehara
-8
68
71
69
208
T11
Ariya Jutanugarn
-8
69
69
70
208
T11
Georgia Hall
-8
68
70
70
208
T11
Gaby Lopez
-8
69
68
71
208

Round 2 - Nasa Hataoka takes Volvik lead

May 25, 2018

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Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Nasa Hataoka
-9
67
68
135
2
Minjee Lee
-8
67
69
136
T3
Gaby Lopez
-7
69
68
137
T3
Jodi Ewart Shadoff
-7
67
70
137
T3
Lindy Duncan
-7
67
70
137
T6
Bronte Law
-6
70
68
138
T6
Julieta Granada
-6
69
69
138
T6
Ariya Jutanugarn
-6
69
69
138
T6
Georgia Hall
-6
68
70
138
T6
Moriya Jutanugarn
-6
66
72
138
T6
Danielle Kang
-6
66
72
138
T12
Stacy Lewis
-5
71
68
139
T12
Brittany Marchand
-5
70
69
139
T12
In-Kyung Kim
-5
70
69
139
T12
Su Oh
-5
69
70
139
T12
Ayako Uehara
-5
68
71
139
T12
Jessica Korda
-5
67
72
139

Round 1 - Four-way tie for lead in Volvik Championship

May 24, 2018

It’s a packed leaderboard at the 2018 LPGA Volvik Championship, with four players tied for the lead after 18 holes at Travis Pointe Country Club. Moriya Jutanugarn, who won the 2018 HUGEL-JTBC LA Open in April for her first LPGA win, carded a bogey-free 6-under 66 on Thursday, as did 2017 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship winner Danielle Kang. They are joined by Amy Olson, who is looking to join Jutanugarn as a Rolex First-Time Winner in 2018, and Caroline Masson, whose lone LPGA win came at the 2016 Manulife LPGA Classic.

Seven players sit tied for fifth: 2018 Honda LPGA Thailand winner Jessica Korda; Nasa Hataoka, who was runner-up at last week’s Kingsmill Championship presented by GEICO; 2017 LPGA Volvik runner-up Minjee Lee; Lindy Duncan; Morgan Pressel; Megan Khang; and Jodi Ewart Shadoff.

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Jutanugarn and Korda are trying to become just the second repeat winner of the 2018 LPGA season, which has seen 12 different winners through as many events.

Hot-handed Hataoka on bogey-free streak

Nasa Hataoka returned a bogey-free 5-under 67 on Thursday, marking her fourth consecutive bogey-free round. Hataoka shot bogey-free rounds of 67-66-66 at last week’s Kingsmill Championship presented by GEICO, where she fell to Ariya Jutanugarn on the second sudden-death playoff hole. Her last bogey came at the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship, where she bogeyed the 16th hole of the fourth round.

U.S. Women's Open watch

The LPGA Volvik Championship marks the final opportunity for LPGA players to win and earn a full exemption into next week’s U.S. Women’s Open Championship. With 76 Volvik competitors not yet in the Women’s Open field, there’s a good chance someone could have the tricky, yet welcome, task of rearranging travel for a last-minute trip to Birmingham, Alabama, and the Jack Nicklaus-designed Shoal Creek.

Co-leader Amy Olson hopes to compete in her third U.S. Women’s Open, but would also be just as happy with a quiet week at home.

“I would love to play. The U.S. Open is a great event,” said Olson, who grabbed the golf world’s attention in 2011 when, as an 18-year old amateur, she tied for second after the first round at The Broadmoor in Colorado. “But at this point it’s going to be an off week with my husband and that’s not a bad alternative, either.”

Morgan Pressel also showed early U.S. Women’s Open brilliance, making her debut in 2001 at age 13 and then tying for second in 2005 at age 17. Now a fresh 30-year-old (she celebrated her birthday on Wednesday), Pressel could miss her national championship for the first time since 2004.

“It’s definitely in the back of my mind. This is essentially my last shot,” said Pressel, whose opening-round 67 puts her a tie for fifth and right in the hunt for the win. “Had plenty of chances to qualify and haven’t made it, so it’s definitely on my mind. But there’s a long way to go and I just -- for me, it’s really about putting solid rounds of golf together. It’s a long season and I’m just happy to be a little bit more confident in my golf game.”

Rankin, LPGA players remember LPGA legend Mann

The LPGA and the entire golf world were saddened on Monday when news broke of the death of LPGA legend Carol Mann. The World Golf Hall of Famer and two-time major champion was honored on Thursday, as players wore black ribbons in memory of the 6-foot-3-inch Mann, who was just as successful off the course as she was between the ropes.

Golf Channel announcer and beloved LPGA icon Judy Rankin also donned a black ribbon during today’s television broadcast. She referred to her dear friend as a “visionary” who would be greatly missed.

“She was such a significant person in golf and in women’s golf, more significant than I think most people know,” said Rankin, who first met Mann as a 17-year-old LPGA rookie in 1962. “But she did serve as the president of the LPGA at a time when there were big changes in the LPGA. Not everyone agreed with what she thought, but she made a lot of things come to be in the early and mid-70s.”

Pos. Player To Par R1
T1 Danielle Kang -6 66
T1 Moriya Jutanugarn -6 66
T1 Caroline Masson -6 66
T1 Amy Olson -6 66
T5 Nasa Hataoka -5 67
T5 Lindy Duncan -5 67
T5 Morgan Pressel -5 67
T5 Megan Khang -5 67
T5 Jessica Korda -5 67
T5 Jodi Ewart Shadoff -5 67
T5 Minjee Lee -5 67
T12 Sun Young Yoo -4 68
T12 Georgia Hall -4 68
T12 Madelene Sagstrom -4 68
T12 Daniela Darquea -4 68
T12 Yu Liu -4 68
T12 Ayako Uehara -4 68

Scores

Pos.
Player
Scores
Total
To Par
Prize Money
1
Minjee Lee
67 - 69 - 68 - 68
272
-16
$195,000.00
2
In-Kyung Kim
70 - 69 - 67 - 67
273
-15
$120,962.00
3
Moriya Jutanugarn
66 - 72 - 71 - 65
274
-14
$87,750.00
4T
Su Oh
69 - 70 - 68 - 68
275
-13
$61,259.00
4T
Lindy Duncan
67 - 70 - 69 - 69
275
-13
$61,259.00
6
Megan Khang
67 - 73 - 69 - 67
276
-12
$44,703.00
7T
Ariya Jutanugarn
69 - 69 - 70 - 69
277
-11
$33,224.00
7T
Danielle Kang
66 - 72 - 69 - 70
277
-11
$33,224.00
7T
Stacy Lewis
71 - 68 - 67 - 71
277
-11
$33,224.00
10T
Carlota Ciganda
70 - 72 - 69 - 67
278
-10
$22,043.00
10T
Amy Olson
66 - 75 - 70 - 67
278
-10
$22,043.00
10T
Eun-Hee Ji
71 - 72 - 67 - 68
278
-10
$22,043.00
10T
Brittany Lincicome
71 - 72 - 67 - 68
278
-10
$22,043.00
10T
Nasa Hataoka
67 - 68 - 74 - 69
278
-10
$22,043.00
10T
Gaby Lopez
69 - 68 - 71 - 70
278
-10
$22,043.00
10T
Bronte Law
70 - 68 - 69 - 71
278
-10
$22,043.00
17T
Karine Icher
71 - 72 - 71 - 65
279
-9
$16,159.00
17T
Mariah Stackhouse
71 - 72 - 67 - 69
279
-9
$16,159.00
17T
Jessica Korda
67 - 72 - 71 - 69
279
-9
$16,159.00
17T
Jodi Ewart Shadoff
67 - 70 - 69 - 73
279
-9
$16,159.00
21T
Cheyenne Woods
71 - 73 - 66 - 70
280
-8
$14,173.00
21T
Shanshan Feng
74 - 69 - 67 - 70
280
-8
$14,173.00
21T
Emma Talley
69 - 72 - 66 - 73
280
-8
$14,173.00
24T
Katie Burnett
70 - 74 - 69 - 68
281
-7
$11,515.00
24T
Sakura Yokomine
69 - 75 - 69 - 68
281
-7
$11,515.00
24T
Maude-Aimee Leblanc
72 - 71 - 70 - 68
281
-7
$11,515.00
24T
Lizette Salas
70 - 73 - 70 - 68
281
-7
$11,515.00
24T
Wichanee Meechai
70 - 73 - 69 - 69
281
-7
$11,515.00
24T
Nicole Broch Larsen
71 - 69 - 72 - 69
281
-7
$11,515.00
24T
Georgia Hall
68 - 70 - 70 - 73
281
-7
$11,515.00
24T
Sei Young Kim
72 - 68 - 67 - 74
281
-7
$11,515.00
32T
Jeong Eun Lee
69 - 73 - 71 - 69
282
-6
$8,336.00
32T
Dani Holmqvist
72 - 71 - 69 - 70
282
-6
$8,336.00
32T
Haeji Kang
71 - 73 - 67 - 71
282
-6
$8,336.00
32T
Min Lee
73 - 69 - 69 - 71
282
-6
$8,336.00
32T
Dori Carter
69 - 72 - 70 - 71
282
-6
$8,336.00
32T
Brittany Marchand
70 - 69 - 72 - 71
282
-6
$8,336.00
32T
Sarah Jane Smith
71 - 71 - 67 - 73
282
-6
$8,336.00
32T
Ayako Uehara
68 - 71 - 69 - 74
282
-6
$8,336.00
40T
Hyo Joo Kim
71 - 72 - 74 - 66
283
-5
$6,010.00
40T
Charley Hull
75 - 68 - 70 - 70
283
-5
$6,010.00
40T
Mina Harigae
71 - 72 - 69 - 71
283
-5
$6,010.00
40T
Robynn Ree
70 - 71 - 71 - 71
283
-5
$6,010.00
40T
Annie Park
71 - 71 - 69 - 72
283
-5
$6,010.00
40T
Brittany Altomare
69 - 73 - 69 - 72
283
-5
$6,010.00
40T
Perrine Delacour
71 - 70 - 70 - 72
283
-5
$6,010.00
40T
Julieta Granada
69 - 69 - 73 - 72
283
-5
$6,010.00
48T
Ryann O'Toole
73 - 71 - 73 - 67
284
-4
$4,603.00
48T
Christina Kim
69 - 75 - 72 - 68
284
-4
$4,603.00
48T
Peiyun Chien
73 - 70 - 73 - 68
284
-4
$4,603.00
48T
Sun Young Yoo
68 - 73 - 75 - 68
284
-4
$4,603.00
48T
Nanna Koerstz Madsen
71 - 73 - 71 - 69
284
-4
$4,603.00
48T
Madelene Sagstrom
68 - 74 - 72 - 70
284
-4
$4,603.00
54T
Daniela Darquea
68 - 76 - 70 - 71
285
-3
$4,040.00
54T
Tiffany Chan
69 - 73 - 71 - 72
285
-3
$4,040.00
56T
Camilla Lennarth
73 - 71 - 73 - 69
286
-2
$3,642.00
56T
Jaye Marie Green
71 - 72 - 71 - 72
286
-2
$3,642.00
56T
Gemma Dryburgh
69 - 74 - 70 - 73
286
-2
$3,642.00
56T
Joanna Klatten
70 - 72 - 70 - 74
286
-2
$3,642.00
60T
Parinda Phokan
72 - 72 - 72 - 71
287
-1
$3,245.00
60T
Yu Liu
68 - 75 - 72 - 72
287
-1
$3,245.00
60T
Morgan Pressel
67 - 74 - 70 - 76
287
-1
$3,245.00
63T
Thidapa Suwannapura
70 - 71 - 78 - 69
288
E
$3,013.00
63T
Pornanong Phatlum
73 - 71 - 74 - 70
288
E
$3,013.00
63T
Celine Herbin
70 - 73 - 73 - 72
288
E
$3,013.00
63T
Hannah Green
74 - 69 - 71 - 74
288
E
$3,013.00
67
Madeleine Sheils
69 - 74 - 72 - 74
289
1
$2,848.00
68T
Becky Morgan
72 - 72 - 76 - 70
290
2
$2,748.00
68T
Caroline Masson
66 - 75 - 76 - 73
290
2
$2,748.00
70
Luna Sobron
73 - 71 - 72 - 75
291
3
$2,649.00
CUT
Anne-Catherine Tanguay
75 - 70
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Paula Creamer
74 - 71
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Mi Hyang Lee
73 - 72
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Catriona Matthew
73 - 72
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Laetitia Beck
72 - 73
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Mariajo Uribe
72 - 73
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Tiffany Joh
71 - 74
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Kelly Shon
70 - 75
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Rebecca Artis
69 - 76
145
1
$0.00
CUT
Lee-Anne Pace
74 - 72
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras
74 - 72
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Jackie Stoelting
73 - 73
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Maria Torres
73 - 73
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Lee Lopez
72 - 74
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Emily Pedersen
72 - 74
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Jenny Shin
72 - 74
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Yani Tseng
72 - 74
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Katherine Kirk
71 - 75
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Olafia Kristinsdottir
71 - 75
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Hee Young Park
71 - 75
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Kassidy Teare
71 - 75
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Amelia Lewis
70 - 76
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Leticia Ras-Anderica
69 - 77
146
2
$0.00
CUT
Nelly Korda
78 - 69
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Katherine Perry
76 - 71
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Jennifer Song
74 - 73
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Brianna Do
73 - 74
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Caroline Inglis
73 - 74
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Candie Kung
73 - 74
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Beatriz Recari
73 - 74
147
3
$0.00
CUT
AJ Newell
72 - 75
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Katelyn Sepmoree
72 - 75
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Celine Boutier
70 - 77
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Kendall Dye
69 - 78
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Lauren Kim
69 - 78
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Daniela Iacobelli
76 - 72
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Cindy LaCrosse
76 - 72
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Dottie Ardina
75 - 73
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Sung Hyun Park
75 - 73
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Mel Reid
75 - 73
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Angela Stanford
75 - 73
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Ashleigh Buhai
74 - 74
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Sandra Changkija
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Simin Feng
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Wei-Ling Hsu
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Benyapa Niphatsophon
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong
70 - 78
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Chella Choi
75 - 74
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Erynne Lee
75 - 74
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Maddie McCrary
75 - 74
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Sydnee Michaels
75 - 74
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Ilhee Lee
73 - 76
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Sophia Popov
72 - 77
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Carly Booth
76 - 74
150
6
$0.00
CUT
P.K. Kongkraphan
76 - 74
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Paula Reto
76 - 74
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Cydney Clanton
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Holly Clyburn
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Laura Davies
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Samantha Troyanovich
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Emily Tubert
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Haru Nomura
78 - 73
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Giulia Molinaro
76 - 75
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Martina Edberg
75 - 76
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Alison Walshe
74 - 77
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Brittany Benvenuto
75 - 77
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Jessy Tang
74 - 79
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Beth Allen
73 - 80
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Jing Yan
77 - 77
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Allison Emrey
75 - 79
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Maria Hernandez
77 - 82
159
15
$0.00
CUT
Ashley Kim
79 - 81
160
16
$0.00
CUT
Vicky Hurst
81 - 83
164
20
$0.00
WDC
Xiyu Lin
77
77
5
$0.00

 




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