Hartlage 18th in Latest Arnold Palmer Cup Rankings

Hartlage 18th in Latest Arnold Palmer Cup Rankings

first_imgArnold Palmer Cup teams will be unveiled live on Golf Channel’s Golf Central on Wednesday, March 6 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard. United States Women – Arnold Palmer Cup Ranking1. Mariel Galdiano, UCLA2. Dylan Kim, Arkansas3. Jennifer Chang, Southern California4. Malia Nam, Southern California5. Haylee Harford, Furman6. Kaitlyn Papp, Texas7. Hailee Cooper, Texas8. Abby Carlson, Vanderbilt9. Aneka Seumanutafa, Ohio State10. Stephanie Lau, Northwestern11. Auston Kim, Vanderbilt12. Ellie Slama, Oregon State13. Emilia Migliaccio, Wake Forest14. Sierra Brooks, Florida15. Courtney Zeng, Vanderbilt16. Ivy Shepherd, Clemson17. Kaitlyn Milligan, Oklahoma18. Lauren Hartlage, Louisville19. Gina Kim, Duke20. Kaylee Benton, Arkansas21. Brooke Riley, Northwestern22. Natalie Srinivasan, Furman23. Kenzie Wright, Alabama24. Greta Bruner, TCU25. Allyson Geer-Park, Michigan State The top six golfers from the final ranking in the Spring from both the United States and International men and women – 12 total golfers – shall be among the 24 individuals selected to compete in the Arnold Palmer Cup. Longtime Arnold Palmer partner Rolex is continuing its 50 year relationship through its support of the matches which will be hosted by The Alotian Club June 7-9. Hartlage moved from outside the top 25 up to 18th among American women in the penultimate rankings. Story Links LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville women’s golfer Lauren Hartlage has moved into the top 20 in the latest Arnold Palmer Cup rankings. Using Golfstat’s NCAA Player Ranking as a base, the Arnold Palmer Cup Ranking awards bonus points for wins and high finishes and a penalty for poor finishes. The ranking also contains a strength of schedule component. Louisville is back on the course on Saturday, as the Cardinals travel to Orlando to take on East Carolina at the Ritz Carlton Golf Club. International Women – Arnold Palmer Cup Ranking1. Frida Kinhult, Florida State2. Patty Tavatanakit, UCLA3. Hira Naveed, Pepperdine4. Julie McCarthy, Auburn5. Albane Valenzuela, Stanford6. Jiwon Jeon, Alabama7. Leonie Harm, Houston8. Emily Price, South Carolina9. Lois Kaye Go, South Carolina10. Amelia Garvey, Southern California11. Ana Belac, Duke12. Agathe Laisne, Texas13. Anna Backman, Miami14. Gabriela Ruffels, Southern California15. Sofia Garcia, Texas Tech16. Yu-Sang Hou, Arizona17. Karoline Stormo, Kent State18. Abegail Arevalo, San Jose State19. Clare Legaspi, UCLA20. Aline Krauter, Stanford21. Marta Perez, Florida22. Harmie Constantino, Georgia23. Kaleigh Telfer, Auburn24. Sára Kousková, Texas25. Bianca Pagdanganan, Arizona Print Friendly Version Hartlage is coming off a victory at the Moon Golf Invitational in the Cardinals’ most recent event. The junior carded rounds of 69-67-70 to finish the tournament at 10-under par for her second career victory. The remaining six men’s and women’s spots for the United States will consist of five committee selections, including at least one non-Division I golfer, and a coaches pick. The balance of the International team will include the men’s and women’s winners of The R&A Scholars Tournament, four committee selections, and a coaches pick.last_img

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