The Architects Cup presented by IJGA at The Architects Golf Club – Round one recap

The IJGT traveled to New Jersey for the second time this fall season to host The Architects Cup presented by the IJGA at Architects Golf Club in Lopatcong, N.J. The tournament teed off at noon on Saturday, October 4, 2014. In review, below is each division’s leaders’ rounds, in numbers.

The Boys 15-19 Division is led by Michael Lamond of West Chester, Pa., His round in numbers:

33 – Lamond shot a 2-under-par on the front nine

69– His opening round score of 69 was two-under-par, four strokes ahead of the division

1 – Lamond recorded a single eagle on the par-5 No. 1

The Boys 14 & under Division, T.J. Buck of Penfield, N.Y., leads after round one. His round in numbers:

84 – His round one score, eight strokes ahead of the competition

9– He placed ninth in The Architects Cup appearance in April 12-13, 2013

6– Buck’s total number of holes he carded par or better in his opening round

Megan McLean from Lebanon, N.J., and Allyson Wentworth of Stewartsville, N.J., are tied in the Girls Division. Their rounds in numbers:


72 – Her 1-over score for the opening round

4 – Total number of pars, two of which were difficult par-4 holes

2 – McLean tied Wentworth for second at The Architects Cup on April 12-13, 2014


72 – She also recorded a 1-over score to share first at the end of round one

8 – Consecutive number of holes she went par or better

3 – Total number of birdies on her round

4 – This is Wentworth’s fourth consecutive appearance in the IJGT’s Architects Cup event

The second and final round of The Architects Cup will take place tomorrow, October, 5, 2014, with tee times beginning at 7:30 a.m. For full results from round one of The Architects Cup Presented by the IJGAclick here. Keep up to date with up-to-the-minute updates and other news by following on @IJGT Twitter.

Maresca, Russell featured in IJGT Photo of the Week – April 13, 2014


The Northeast Tour of the IJGT traveled to Architects Golf Club to host The Architects Cup on April 12-13, 2014. Temperatures were in the 60s for both rounds. The field of 90 competitors battled for the title of champion of The Architects Cup. This week’s IJGT Photo of the Week from the Northeast Tour features Jack Maresca of Rye, N.Y.


Maresca started off his performance at The Architect’s Cup with a bold statement as he birdied his first hole. He went on to make par or better on 19 of 36 holes for the tournament to finish with an overall tournament score of 163. Maresca has played on the IJGT for three years now and has competed in nine total events. We hope to see more of Maresca at future events and continue to wish him the best of luck!


The Southeast Tour of the IJGT visited Oldfield Golf Club to host the Oldfield Junior presented by Auntie Anne’s on April 12-13, 2014. The sponsored event drew more than 75 juniors who competed for a victory as well as IJGT Merit Points and national rankings. The sunshine and temperatures in the 70s greeted the golfers for two picturesque days of golf. This week’s IJGT Photo of the Week in the southeast features Nicholas Russell of Hilton Head Island, S.C.


Russell gave the “hats off” to fans as he prepared to tee off on his first hole of the Oldfield Junior presented by Auntie Anne’s. Russell went on to record a tournament score of 77-78 — 155 overall to tie for 17th place. His performance was highlighted by two birdies and par on 21 of 36 holes. The tie for 17th becomes Russell’s 12th top-20 finish of the 2013-2014 season. We look forward to seeing Russell again this season and wish him the best of luck.

The Photo of the Week is decided by our fans and followers so don’t forget that your feedback counts. In the week following a tournament, keep an eye on the IJGT Facebook page for photos from the Event. Each photo will received 1 point for a ‘Like’, 2 points for a ‘Comment’ and 3 points for ‘Shares’ so let us know what you think!

Architects Cup at Architects Golf Club – Round one recap

The IJGT headed to Architects Golf Club to host The Architects Cup. The weather was picture perfect with temperatures in the 60s. The field of 90 competitors battled for IJGT Merit Points and national rankings were at stake, as well as an invite to IJGT’s Bridgestone Tournament of Champions to be played at Grand Cypress Resort on May 24-26, 2014. The numbers for the division leaders are as follows.

In the Boys 15-19 Division Ryan Davis of Berkeley Heights, N.J. leads his division. Here are his Round One numbers:

3 – IJGT events played at Architects Golf Club

1 – Top 10 finish this season at the Thanksgiving Day Classic at TPC Sawgrass

4 – Birdies made in the first round

1 – Number of strokes under par on the back nine


In the Girls Division, Christina Parsells of Bernardsville, N.J. leads her division. Here are her numbers from round one:

1 – Number of IJGT wins this season (Major Championship at Crystal Springs)

5 – Number of IJGT events played in her career

4 – Number of birdies made in first round

4 – Pars made in a row in round one


In the Boys 14 & Under Division, Brian Isztawn of Huntingdon Valley, Pa. leads his division. Here are his numbers from round one:

1 – First IJGT event

3 – Birdies made in round one

1 – Number over par on each nine

10 – Number of pars made in round one


For full round one results of the Architects Cup at Architects Golf Club, click here.

For pairings for the final round of the Architects Cup at Architects Golf Club, click here.


Be sure to follow @IJGT on Twitter for live, up-to-the-minute updates of the Architects Cup at Architects Golf Club as the tournament continues.

The Architects Cup – Players to watch include Mody, Vik, Hernandez, & more

The IJGT will continue the North East Tour with the #ArchitectsCup held at Architects Golf Club on April 12-13, 2014. Golfers will play 18-holes on both Saturday and Sunday while competing for National Rankings and IJGT Merit Points.

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Located in Lopatcong, NJ, the Architects Golf Club is a par 71 course that honors some of golf’s greats at every hole including A.W. Tillinghast, Donald Ross and Alister MacKenzie. It also has earned many achievements including being voted “#3 Best Public Courses in NJ in 2013” by NJ Monthly and “# 4 Best Public Course in NJ in 2012” by Golf Magazine. This IJGT Tour stop is recognized as one the most challenging, scenic, and historically significant courses in the Northeast.


Situated against a backdrop of wooded hills, The Architects Golf Club is one-of-a-kind

The strong playing field at The Architects Cup will be exciting to watch. In the Boys 15-19 Division, keep an eye out for Curren Mody of Monmouth Junction, N.J. Mody took second place in the event at Architects last season and is returning this year in hopes to take first. This season, Mody has two top-10 finishes, including taking first place in the  South Jersey Open at Blue Heron PinesAlso returning to Architects, will be John Felitto from Mountainside, N.J. Felitto took first place in the 14 & Under Division at Architects last season. This year he will move into the 15-19 Division and hopes to compete for first again. Sam Goldenring of Florham Park, N.J.,  will try to continue his momentum at this event. Goldenring recently took first place in the Philly Challenge at White Manor CC

In the Girls Division, Susana Vik of Greenwich, CT, will be a player to watch. Vik took first place at the Bridgestone Golf Tournament of Champions back in the 2011-2012 season. Last season, Vik finished in second place in the Major Championship at Architects Golf ClubAnother player to watch will be Allyson Wentworth of Stewartsville, N.J. Wentworth has finished within the top five at her last three IJGT events played. Her most recent finish was third place in the Philly Challenge at White Manor CC.

In the Boys 14 & Under Division, Leo Hernandez of Stewartsville, N.J., will be a golfer to watch. Hernandez has finished top-3 in all three of his IJGT events played this season. Hernandez is also coming off a first place finish in the Philly Challenge at White Manor CC. Other players in this division to look out for include Ford Bennett of Owings Mills, MD and Jack ODonovan of Pittsford, N.Y.

This venue is always a crowd favorite and there are still spots available in the field. Sign up today to secure your spot!

To register or for more information on the #ArchitectsCup in April, click here.


Photo of the Week – April 27-28, 2013

Northeast Tour

The International Junior Golf Tour traveled to beautiful Architects Golf Club last weekend for the Architects Cup. Jack Panagos of Hillsborough, N.J., took home the title in the Boys 15-19 Division, and was also selected as this week’s Photo of the Week with his strong following on Facebook. Panagos had two spectacular rounds last weekend including a second round 2-under-par 69. This was Panagos’s first IJGT Title, and we look forward to seeing him out on the course in the future!

Jack Panagos

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Southeast Tour

This week’s Photo of the Week in in the Southeast region goes to Paul Schumacher of Canton, Ohio. Schumacher had a solid tournament at the Auntie Anne’s Pretzels Junior at Shipyard, finishing second in the Boys 14 Under Division. In the picture he can be seen holding his second place trophy. This is Schumacher’s third top-three finish this season, and we expect even more in the future.

Paul Schumacher

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Highlighted Players of the Week – April 27-28, 2013

Northeast Tour

LOPATCONG, N.J. – The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) hosted their seventh tournament of the Northeast tour April 27-28 at The Architects CupArchitects Golf Club hosted a great event this past weekend as the weather was gorgeous with sunny skies and temperatures in the high 60’s both days. The beautiful weather and the nice condition of the golf course provided these golfers an opportunity to shoot some very low scores.  With that being said, two players stood out and came ready to play at this multi-architect designed golf course.  This week’s Highlighted Players of the Week winners are Sam Goldenring of Florham Park, N.J., and Camilla Vik of Greenwich, Conn.

Sam GoldenringGoldenring competed in his third IJGT event this past weekend in the Boys 14 Under Division. He played in the Major Championship at Architects Golf Club last October where he earned a T7 finish. Goldenring shared the low round of the day Saturday in his division with a very impressive 1-over-par 72. He went into Sunday’s round feeling confident and positive. Goldenring fired another 1-over-par 72 during the final round earning him a second place finish behind Nate Menon of Wyomissing, Pa. The Florham Park junior carded a 72-72—144 to earn him this week’s Highlighted Player of the Week honors.  Congratulations Sam Goldenring on a great performance at The Architects Cup, and we hope to see you in future IJGT events.

Camilla VikVik was no stranger to Architects Golf Club as she competed in the Major Championship at Architects Golf Club in October 2012 where she earned a third-place finish.  In Saturday’s round, she carded a 9-over-par 80 which put her six strokes behind leader Brynn Walker of St. Davids, Pa.  Vik knew she had to fire a low score on Sunday’s round to have a chance of winning the tournament. She started off Sunday’s round 2-under-par through her first three holes, feeling very confident in her golf game.  Vik carded the low round of the day for the Girls Division on Sunday with a 74, earning her a second-place finish.  We would like to congratulate Camilla Vik on an outstanding tournament and look forward to seeing her in future tournaments on the Northeast tour.




Southeast Tour

HLTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) hosted the Auntie Anne’s Pretzels Junior this past weekend at Shipyard Golf Club.  Competitors were challenged by the tight fairways lined with large oaks and tall pines. With beautiful weather, juniors’ golf games were put to the test on the demanding Clipper and Galleon courses.  Two players who stood out for their impressive finishes were Owen Miller of Burgettstown, Pa., and Laura Gonzalez of Bogota, Colombia.

Owen MillerIn the Boys 15-19 Division, Miller came into the Auntie Anne’s Pretzels Junior confident after a top-five finish the week before at The Western PA. Major at Nemacolin. He played very consistently during the first round making 14 pars and his round was highlighted by a birdie on the last hole. Carding a first-round 76, Miller sat four strokes off the lead in a tie for eighth place. During his final round, Miller made a birdie on the difficult 10th hole and shot a back-nine even-par 36. Carding a final-round 75, Miller moved into a tie for fifth place. His top-five finish at Shipyard was his third of the season and his two rounds of 76 and 75 were his two lowest of the season. The IJGT looks forward to seeing Miller at his next event, The Chocolate Challenge at Hershey.

Laura GonzalezIn the Girls Division, Gonzalez shot a first round 82 and was in a tie for tenth place going into the final round. On Sunday, she carded a 76 that was highlighted by a birdie on the fifth hole. Her impressive final round was her lowest round of the Spring Season and earned her a fifth-place finish for the tournament. Gonzalez’s top-five finish at Shipyard is her best of Spring Season. The IJGT staff is excited to see her continued improvement in the upcoming weeks at the AHEAD Open at Bear Creek and The Orlando Junior at Falcon’s Fire.

Final Results from the Architects Cup


Panagos takes home the Architects Cup
Menon wins back-to-back IJGT Titles

LOPATCONG, N.J. – The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) returned to beautiful Architects Golf Club in Lopatcong, N.J., April 27-28 for the 2013 IJGT Architects Cup. 111 junior golfers ages 9-19 representing seven states and two countries were treated with amazing weather and scenic views during this two day, 36-hole competition.

Jack PanagosIn the Boys 15-19 Division, Jack Panagos of Hillsborough, N.J., took home the Architects Cup first-place trophy after two great rounds of golf this weekend. Panagos played a very impressive first round with five birdies carding a 1-under-par 70, but Architects Golf Club employee, Eamon Marone of Belvidere, N.J., had the lead heading into Sunday after carding a 2-under-par 69 on Saturday. Marone earned KENTWOOL Lo-Pro honors on his home course with his spectacular first-round play.

Panagos started his final round off with a bang with four consecutive birdies on the front nine, and lead the Boys 15-19 Division by two stokes at the turn. Second-place finisher Roland Massimino of Lumberville, Pa., birdied his first two holes on the back nine, making it an exciting back nine. Panagos carried his momentum into the back nine by carding two birdies and five pars to earn himself his first IJGT Title with a 3-under-par 139 final score.

“It feels awesome to win the title,” said Panagos. “I knew it would be tough to win this weekend with all of the great competition, and I feel really happy.”

Massimino finished in second right behind Panagos with a weekend 1-under-par 141. Rounding out the Boys 15-19 Division top three was Marone, Armando Olivieri of Greenwich, Conn., and Jake van Arkell of Haverford, Pa., all carding a weekend even-par 142.

Nate MenonComing off a first-place finish in the Boys 14 Under Division at the Western Pa. Major at Nemacolin, Nate Menon of Wyomissing, Pa., wanted to carry last weekend’s success into the Architects Cup. Menon started his weekend with a first-round 1-over-par 72, and found himself in a three-way tie with Sam Goldenring of Florham Park, N.J., and John Felitto of Mountainside, N.J. The Boys 14 Under Division was filled with low scores heading into Sunday, and Menon needed a spectacular final round to repeat last weekend’s success.

Menon started his second round off with a bang making birdies on his first two holes, giving him an early two-stroke lead. With two more birdies on the front nine, Menon had the championship title in his sights after the turn. After an impressive eagle on No. 1 (his 10th hole), Menon never looked back and carded a spectacular 6-under-par 65 in his final round, earning him Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award honors. With his great play over the weekend, Menon carded a weekend 5-under-par 137 tournament total.

“It feels really good to win this week,” said Menon. “I knew I had to shoot under-par in the second round to win this weekend, and thankfully I was able to do that.”

Goldenring finished in second place right behind Menon with a weekend 2-over-par 144. Rounding out the top three in the Boys 14 Under Division was Drew Tomback of New York City, N.Y., carding a final score of 147.

Brynn WalkerIn the Girls Division, Brynn Walker of St. Davids, Pa., carried a three stroke lead heading into Sunday’s final round. Her first-round 3-over-par 74 consisted of three birdies and nine pars, which earned her KENTWOOL Lo-Pro honors. With a talented field in the Girls Division, Walker had to bring her best game into Sunday’s final round.

Walker’s first round lead dwindled after a shaky front nine, giving Camilla Vik of Greenwich, Conn., a chance at a comeback. Vik’s front-nine score of 1-under-par 34 put the pressure back on Walker, who responded with birdies on No. 10 and No. 14. Walker was now in the driver’s seat and had the IJGT Title in her sights. Her first round lead was just too much for Vik, and Walker took home her first IJGT Title by carding a weekend 9-over-par 151.

“I’ve been chasing an IJGT Title for awhile,” said Walker. “After playing in three events this year it feels very good to win one.”

Finishing right behind Walker was Vik with a weekend 12-over-par 154. Vik’s final-round score of 3-over-par 74 earned her the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award. Rounding out the top three in the Girls Division was Cara Basso of Downington, Pa., carding a tournament total 13-over-par 155.

The IJGT Northeast Tour will travel to Ravenwood Golf Club in Victor, N.Y., to host the AB Golf Desgins Junior May 4-5. To sign up for this Event, or others, visit or call (843) 785-2444.


About the IJGT

The IJGT provides exceptional junior golfers with the opportunity to develop and showcase their competitive skills while setting high standards to preserve the traditions and integrity of the game. As a tour that operates primarily throughout the academic year, the IJGT hosts approximately 60 tournaments annually. In addition, the IJGT hosts three international events. Each event provides multi-day competition for junior golfers of all skill levels ages 9-19. Players representing 45 states and 43 countries around the world regularly compete in events at venues such as TPC Sawgrass, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Kiawah Island Resort, and Harbour Town Golf Links. Official partners of the IJGT include Bridgestone Golf, Quagmire Golf, KENTWOOL, CHAMP Spikes, Clazic Belts, AB Golf Designs, The First Tee, Sundog Eyewear morodZ, PURE Grips, and International Junior Golf Academy.

To obtain more information about the IJGT, please visit or call (800) 792-9143.


LOPATCONG, N.J. – Final round results of the IJGT Architects Cup conducted by the International Junior Golf Tour completed April 28, 2013. Boys 15-19 Division: Black Tees – 6724 yards, Par 71 (71.9/132) Boys 14 Under Division: Gold Tees – 6288 yards, Par 71 (70.1/124) Girls Division – 6049 yards, Par 71 (76.0/136)


Saturday: Sunny with temperatures in the high 60’s with 0-5 mph winds

Sunday: Sunny with temperatures in the high 60’s with 5-10 mph winds


International Junior Golf Tour
The Architects Cup
Lopatcong, N.J.
April 27-28, 2013
Boys 15-19 Division-(Black Tees) 6,724 Yards, Par 71
1. Jack Panagos, Hillsborough, NJ *70-69–139
2. Roland Massimino, Lumberville, PA *72-69–141
3. Armando Olivieri, Greenwich, CT *73-69–142
3. Eamon Marone, Belvidere, NJ *69-73–142
3. Jake van Arkel, Haverford, PA *70-72–142
6. Mike Hanrahan, Ossining, NY *72-73–145
7. James Nicholas, Scarsdale, NY *74-72–146
7. Tyler Sokolis, Doylestown, PA *73-73–146
7. Jared Mactas, Woodcliff Lake, NJ *72-74–146
7. Chad Hess II, Orefield, PA *72-74–146
7. Michael Rojas, Cliffside Park, NJ *71-75–146
12. Ryan Davis, Berkeley Heights, NJ *77-70–147
12. Nicholas Johnson, Moosic, PA *75-72–147
12. Brock Kovach, Wyomissing, PA *74-73–147
12. William Voetsch, New Vernon, NJ *74-73–147
12. Kwanwoo Kim, Tenafly, NJ *72-75–147
17. Kevin Kunkle, Walnutport, PA *78-70–148
17. John Foley, Limerick, PA *78-70–148
19. Kieran Purcell, Nutley, NJ *77-72–149
19. Justin Clark, New Canaan, CT *76-73–149
19. John Pak, Scotch Plains, NJ *73-76–149
22. Mike Bliss, Newtown, PA *77-73–150
22. Brandon Raihl, Wernersville, PA *75-75–150
24. Zachary Melnick, Blue Bell, PA *78-73–151
24. Rob Newhouse, New York, NY *77-74–151
24. C.J. Zachary, Hummelstown, PA *77-74–151
24. Michael Lamond, West Chester, PA *75-76–151
24. Kevin Godart, Ridgewood, NJ *74-77–151
24. Brendan Gutzler, Tinton Falls, NJ *74-77–151
30. Thomas Dunleavy, Darien, CT *77-75–152
30. Grant Schumaker, Macungie, PA *76-76–152
30. Steve Cerbara, Langhorne, PA *76-76–152
30. Bobby Firth, Jenkintown, PA *74-78–152
34. Zackary Potten, Wharton, NJ *80-73–153
35. Joe Markmann, Doylestown, PA *79-75–154
35. Griffin Colvin, Media, PA *78-76–154
35. Bret Howey, Nazareth, PA *80-74–154
35. Phillip Colevas, Rockville, MD *76-78–154
39. Tommy Hussong, Princeton Junction, NJ *78-77–155
39. Blake DiPaola, Long Valley, NJ *78-77–155
39. Robbie Seebold, Danville, PA *77-78–155
42. Bobby Piluso, Ridgewood, NJ *79-77–156
42. Andrew Bowyer, Summit, NJ *75-81–156
44. Spencer Shepperly, New Vernon, NJ *82-75–157
44. James Mongey, Morristown, NJ *77-80–157
46. Dan Eidman, Englewood, NJ *78-80–158
46. Sam Gallen, Reading, PA *78-80–158
46. Max Catucci, Weston, CT *78-80–158
46. Forrest Swisher, Hopewell, NJ *73-85–158
50. Brendan Bacskai, Berwyn, PA *80-79–159
50. Oliver Wade, New York, NY *79-80–159
50. Ethan Means, Landenberg, PA *78-81–159
50. Gary McCabe, Collegeville, PA *80-79–159
50. Andrew DeMarco, Huntington, NY *81-78–159
50. Jonny Emmerman, Scarsdale, NY *80-79–159
56. Connor Miller, New Canaan, CT *79-81–160
56. Michael McIntosh, Chittenango, NY *79-81–160
56. Ty Zebrowski, Verona, NJ *78-82–160
56. Andrew Bove, Doylestown, PA *80-80–160
56. JeVon Bell, Marlton, NJ *76-84–160
61. Nick Shoup, Allentown, PA *79-82–161
61. Lee Hammerschmitt, Armonk, NY *85-76–161
61. Daniel Melcher, New York, NY *86-75–161
61. Ross Rabin, Woodcliff Lake, NJ *82-79–161
65. Nick Hallowell, Montvale, NJ *82-80–162
65. Tyler Smith, Bath, PA *80-82–162
67. Kenny Dorian, Riverside, CT *83-80–163
68. Austin Bailey, Pennington, NJ *84-81–165
69. Andrew Nappi, Glen Rock, NJ *79-87–166
69. Alex Bollington, Madison, NJ *84-82–166
69. Michael Braunstein, Roslyn Heights, NY *82-84–166
72. Parth Ahuja, Monmouth Junction, NJ *85-84–169
73. Jack Maresca, Rye, NY *86-84–170
73. Brad Holzer, Rye, NY *84-86–170
75. Ben Litt, Moorestown, NJ *90-81–171
76. Gregory Rothman, Moorestown, NJ *86-88–174
77. Callum McCaslin, Milford, PA *86-89–175
78. Ryan Conner, Newtown, PA *92-85–177
79. Cristian Cerza, Greenwich, CT *83-98–181
Jake Gurock, West Windsor, NJ *85-JWD
Boys 14 Under Division-(Gold Tees) 6,288 Yards, Par 71
1. Nate Menon, Wyomissing, PA *72-65–137
2. Sam Goldenring, Florham Park, NJ *72-72–144
3. Drew Tomback, New York City, NY *74-73–147
4. John Felitto, Mountainside, NJ *72-78–150
5. Ryan Skae, Old Tappan, NJ *79-72–151
6. Mike May, Auburn, NY *78-74–152
6. Isaac Gorenstein, Nyack, NY *74-78–152
8. Chris Chiminski, Penns Park, PA *79-77–156
9. Leo Hernandez, Stewartsville, NJ *87-78–165
10. Kyle Tillinghast, Manorville, NY *81-88–169
11. Cameron Hsieh, New York, NY *90-86–176
12. Luke Sample, New York, NY *88-92–180
13. Garrett Engle, Harrisburg, PA *94-88–182
14. Peter Keane, Essex Fells, NJ *87-101–188
15. Sean Bacskai, Berwyn, PA *103-89–192
Girls Division-(Blue Tees) 6,049 Yards, Par 71
1. Brynn Walker, St. Davids, PA *74-77–151
2. Camilla Vik, Greenwich, CT *80-74–154
3. Cara Basso, Downingtown, PA *77-78–155
4. Sarah Kokotajlo, Ewing, NJ *77-79–156
5. Macky Fouse, Aliquippa, PA *79-79–158
6. Alexis Hios, Rye, NY *78-84–162
7. Emily Doyle, Horseheads, NY *83-81–164
8. Allyson Wentworth, Stewarstville, NJ *83-83–166
9. Carley Hopton, Madison, NJ *85-85–170
10. Jess Wild, Stockton, NJ *91-82–173
10. Dawn Turner, Ottawa, Canada *87-86–173
12. Caroline Zhao, Greenwich, CT *84-90–174
13. Riley Smyth, Old Tappan, NJ *86-89–175
14. Julia Tonnessen, Flemington, NJ *89-88–177
15. Shannon Haselton, Sayville, NY *92-94–186
Christina Parsells, Bernardsville, NY *DQ (Rule 6-3a)