Minnesota Golf Association

Ziegler, Engellenner 5-under, share lead at U.S. Mid-Am

September 14, 2019


What Happened
Marc Engellenner, 41, of Rocklin, Calif., matched the competitive course record at CommonGround Golf Course on Saturday, carding a 5-under-par 65 to share the Round 1 U.S. Mid-Amateur lead with Robbie Ziegler, 29, of Portland, Ore. Ziegler shot 5-under 67 at the par-72 Colorado Golf Club.
Engellenner’s performance on a cloudless day with temperatures in the 80s came on the 7,466-yard, par-70 stroke-play co-host for the championship. He was one stroke better than 2008 U.S. Amateur runner-up Drew Kittleson, 30, of Scottsdale, Ariz.
The 65 tied the competitive mark set by eight players in 2012 when the course was the stroke-play co-host for the U.S. Amateur Championship at Cherry Hills Country Club. That group includes PGA Tour winners Justin Thomas, Max Homa and Cheng-Tsung Pan.
Ziegler, who was born in Denver, had the lowest round at Colorado Golf Club, which measured 7,585 yards. That was one better than 2016 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball co-runner-up Ben Warnquist, 26, of Gaithersburg, Md. Colorado Golf Club will host the match-play portion of the championship beginning on Monday.
Engellenner’s day got off to a hot start when he eagled the 646-yard, par-5 third, hitting a hybrid from 300 yards to 8 feet. His other three birdies on the outward nine were from 6 feet and closer, and despite a minor hiccup on the par-4 16th, his lone bogey of the round, he closed with a birdie on the 596-yard, par-5 18th hole.
“I hit my driver really well today, so I had a lot of wedges into the greens,” said Engellenner, a founding partner of an event insurance company who missed the cut in his only other U.S. Mid-Amateur start in 2017. “It was one of the best days ever.”
Kittleson, a reinstated amateur (2016) who had not competed in a USGA championship since the 2010 U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay, entered the U.S. Mid-Amateur because several of his friends believe he can no longer compete on a national level.
“They think I’m washed up. They think I am terrible,” said Kittleson. “And they text me that. I’ve got to overcome a bunch of obstacles.”
Despite struggling as a professional, the 2011 Florida State graduate did have a decorated junior and amateur career, reaching the quarterfinals of the 2005 U.S. Junior Amateur before losing in the 36-hole final of the 2008 U.S. Amateur to then 18-year-old Danny Lee, of New Zealand, at Pinehurst No. 2.
Kittleson produced a bogey-free round highlighted by an eagle-3 on the 539-yard seventh hole; his 7-iron second stopped 20 feet from the flagstick.
“The course is beautiful,” said Kittleson of CommonGround. CGC (Colorado Golf Club) is awesome too. There’s no wind or anything and it’s soft, so there’s plenty of birdies out there.”
Ziegler, a 2012 graduate of the University of Oregon, overcame a double bogey on the challenging 204-yard, 17th hole with an eagle on the par-5 16th and a 4-under 32 on his second nine, Colorado Golf Club’s outward nine, that included five birdies. This is Ziegler’s third USGA championship of 2019 following the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball at Bandon Dunes and the U.S. Amateur at Pinehurst.
“I have played in [USGA championships] before so I have a good feel for what we need to do in the stroke-play portion,” said Ziegler, who is making his seventh USGA appearance. “You don’t want to be too aggressive – conservative lines and aggressive swings – at least the first day of the tournament. I kind of stuck to that game plan and it worked out.”
After getting off to a slow start and shooting 1-over 37 on the outward nine of Colorado Golf Club, Warnquist, an insurance agent and 2015 graduate of the University of Maryland, blistered the second nine with six birdies over a seven-hole stretch.
“When I made the turn, I got motivated,” said Warnquist. “I hit a few good shots and made a few putts. I birdied [holes] 10, 11 and 12, which was encouraging because you have two par 5s (15 and 16) after that.”

What’s Next
The championship continues on Sunday with the second round of stroke play. Players will swap courses, with the low 64 scorers advancing to match play, which commences on Monday at Colorado Golf Club. A playoff, if necessary to decide the final spots in the bracket, will take place at Colorado Golf Club on Monday morning.

Kevin O’Connell’s title defense got off to a rocky start with a 5-over 77 at Colorado Golf Club. The Jacksonville, Fla., resident is vying to become the first back-to-back champion since Nathan Smith (2009-10).

Bob Royak, 57, of Alpharetta, Ga., who won the U.S. Senior Amateur on Aug. 29 at Old Chatham Golf Club in Durham, N.C., registered the 26th hole-in-one in U.S. Mid-Amateur history. He aced the 186-yard sixth hole at CommonGround with a 6-iron en route to an even-par 70. It was Royak’s 11th career hole-in-one.

It was a whirlwind 24 hours for Gene Elliott, of West Des Moines, Iowa. On Friday, the 57-year-old won his second Canadian Senior Amateur by five strokes in suburban Toronto. That night, he flew to Denver for his 1 p.m. CDT starting time at Colorado Golf Club. Competing without a practice round, Elliott, who is No. 294 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking™ (highest ranked player 55 and older), carded a 4-over 76.

Twelve players in this year’s field competed at CommonGround when it was the stroke-play co-host for the 2012 U.S. Amateur. The list is headlined by four-time U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Nathan Smith, of Pittsburgh, Pa.

Speaking of past U.S. Mid-Amateur champions, several recent winners got off to solid starts. Matt Parziale, of Brockton, Mass. (2017); Scott Harvey, of Greensboro, N.C. (2014); and two-time USA Walker Cup competitor Stewart Hagestad, of Newport Beach, Calif. (2016), carded rounds of 70, 70 and 73, respectively. Parziale and Harvey played CommonGround, while Hagestad was at Colorado Golf Club.

The stroke average at Colorado Golf Club was 77.6 (5.6 strokes over par), while at par-70 CommonGround the average was 73.8. The toughest hole at Colorado Golf Club was the 199-yard, par-3 17th (3.81), while the 505-yard, par-4 15th was the toughest at CommonGround (4.59).

Tim Beans, of Newport Beach, Calif., withdrew after 16 holes at CommonGround due to a back injury. Andrew Price, of Lake Bluff, Ill., also withdrew after six holes at Colorado Golf Club due to an undisclosed injury.

“It was probably about as tough and firm of a golf course as I’ve probably ever played in a tournament. And it was also very fair. I think if it was any firmer, it would have been hard getting the ball stopped where you were trying to. In terms of tournament set-up, I don’t think you could have done a better job. I mean it was just a fair, tough golf course.” – Marc Engellenner, of Rocklin, Calif., on course conditions at CommonGround Golf Course.

“I get the feeling that a lot of people are just excited to be here. If you’re excited to be here, you’re going to get killed. You shouldn’t just be excited to be here. You should be trying to win. I could shoot 100 tomorrow and be fine too, but some of the people come out here and are hoping instead of actually playing to win.” – Drew Kittleson, of Scottsdale, Ariz., on the mindset you need to play well in USGA events.

“[My caddie and I] were just talking about it. I’ve never played in one, so I don’t know what to think really. I’m a mid-am, I work, I have a family and stuff, so it’s different. But the U.S. Am, the quality of the field is a lot better. Not a knock on this field, it’s just the reality. College kids that play golf every day are better than us.” – Kittleson on competing in his first U.S. Mid-Amateur.

“Everything was steady. I hit a lot of fairways and a lot of greens. I was fortunate to make a couple of mid-range putts to keep the momentum going during the middle of the round. But my back nine (the course’s front nine) I hit it close a bunch and I made all of the [putts] essentially. It was really steady and the rest took care of itself.” – Robbie Ziegler, of Portland, Ore., on his 5-under 67 at Colorado Golf Club.

“I came out [to Colorado] quite a bit this summer, and then actually I played the U.S. Am out here in 2012 when it was at Cherry Hills, so I was familiar with the golf course. The elevation I have kind of gotten used to. My caddie, Neil, is local here and he hits it pretty similar to me, so he’s helped me out a lot with yardages. It’s been helpful.” – Ryan Eibner, of Dallas, Texas, on adjusting to the altitude.

“I feel like it is a bonus tournament. I feel lucky to be here. I haven’t been able to play the last few years, so playing with that attitude, and hopefully that attitude will give way to a good week.” – NHL referee Garrett Rank, of Canada, who shot 3-under 69 at Colorado Golf Club, on teeing it up in the U.S. Mid-Amateur for the first time in six years
“So cool to be honest. Lot of confidence from it and it really hasn’t sunk in. I am sure during the dog days of winter or in the airport or in a snowstorm somewhere I will be able to enjoy it more. I am really thrilled with that. I have been chasing a big one for a long time and had a lot of good results, it was finally nice to get my name on the trophy.” – Rank on his confidence since winning the prestigious Western Amateur in early August.

“Probably one of my better [USGA] rounds. I felt like this was one of the tougher set-ups, this course. I was playing pretty conservatively most of the day. Coming into the back nine there were some shots where I could attack a little bit. That was pretty fun.” – Troy Johnson, of Maple Grove, Minn., after shooting a 3-under 69 at Colorado Golf Club

PARKER, Colo. - Results from Saturday's first round of stroke play at the 2019 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, played at 7,561-yard, par-72 Colorado Golf Club and 7,470-yard, par-70 CommonGround Golf Course.
CGC – Colorado Golf Club, Com – CommonGround Golf Course
In relation to par, Marc Engellenner and Robbie Ziegler are tied at 5-under.
Marc Engellenner, Rocklin, Calif. 31-34--65 Com
Drew Kittleson, Scottsdale, Ariz. 34-32--66 Com
Mike O'Connell, Glen Ellyn, Ill. 35-32--67 Com
Robbie Ziegler, Portland, Ore. 32-35--67 CGC
Ryan Eibner, Dallas, Texas 36-31--67 Com
Andrew Wyatt, Midland, Texas 36-32--68 Com
Ben Warnquist, Gaithersburg, Md. 37-31--68 CGC
Chad Branton, Cartersville, Ga. 34-34--68 Com
James Pleat, Nashua, N.H. 35-33--68 Com
Justin Young, Salem, Va. 33-35--68 Com
Andrew Rhodes, Westfield, Ind. 33-36--69 CGC
Austin Kreger, Harrison Township, Mich. 33-36--69 Com
Bobby Bucey, Concord, Calif. 32-37--69 Com
Brandon Dalinka, New York, N.Y. 35-34--69 Com
Brett Boner, Charlotte, N.C. 35-34--69 Com
Dave Bunker, Canada 36-33--69 Com
Garrett Rank, Canada 35-34--69 CGC
Jeronimo Esteve, Puerto Rico 35-34--69 Com
Joseph Deraney, Tupelo, Miss. 35-34--69 Com
Lukas Michel, Australia 32-37--69 Com
Ryan Axlund, Denver, Colo. 32-37--69 Com
Ryan Wilkins, San Diego, Calif. 33-36--69 Com
Troy Johnson, Maple Grove, Minn. 36-33--69 CGC
Alejandro Villavicencio, Guatemala 32-38--70 Com
Bob Royak, Alpharetta, Ga. 33-37--70 Com
Daniel Day, Clemson, S.C. 35-35--70 Com
Hank Shaheen, Dequincy, La. 34-36--70 Com
Harley Abrams, Evanston, Ill. 34-36--70 Com
John Ehrgott, Peoria, Ill. 36-34--70 Com
Matt Parziale, Brockton, Mass. 34-36--70 Com
Paul McNamara, Dallas, Texas 38-32--70 Com
Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C. 35-35--70 Com
Stephen Hale, Bakersfield, Calif. 36-34--70 Com
W. Jay Degenhart, Savannah, Ga. 35-35--70 Com
Adam Mallory, Noblesville, Ind. 37-34--71 Com
Blake Parks, Odessa, Texas 36-35--71 Com
Cory Siegfried, Wayne, Pa. 34-37--71 CGC
Herbie Aikens, Kingston, Mass. 37-34--71 CGC
Jack Brooks, England 36-35--71 Com
Jack Dukeminier, Beaverton, Ore. 37-34--71 CGC
JD Anderson, Des Moines, Iowa 38-33--71 Com
Jimmy Chestnut, Royal Oak, Mich. 36-35--71 Com
Johnny Delprete, Juno Beach, Fla. 34-37--71 Com
Jon Olson, Ankeny, Iowa 39-32--71 CGC
Kent Monas, Akron, Ohio 34-37--71 Com
Lane Branum, Midland, Texas 36-35--71 Com
Nick Geyer, San Diego, Calif. 38-33--71 Com
Sam O'Dell, Hurricane, W.Va. 35-36--71 Com
Scott Fawcett, Frisco, Texas 36-35--71 CGC
Scott Strickland, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 34-37--71 CGC
William Davenport, Palm City, Fla. 36-35--71 Com
Zack Bellenger, Weatherford, Texas 35-36--71 Com
Bill Williamson, Cincinnati, Ohio 36-36--72 Com
Blake Johnson, Winnetka, Ill. 35-37--72 Com
Brandon Cloete, South Africa 35-37--72 Com
Brian Csipkes, Omaha, Neb. 35-37--72 Com
Chris Kovach, St. Louis, Mo. 36-36--72 CGC
Dan Ellis, Lansing, Mich. 37-35--72 CGC
Jacob Koppenberg, Bellingham, Wash. 36-36--72 Com
Maxwell Scodro, Chicago, Ill. 33-39--72 CGC
Michael Coriasso, White Lake, Mich. 37-35--72 Com
PJ Acierno, Flourtown, Pa. 37-35--72 Com
Timothy Schaetzel, Atlanta, Ga. 38-34--72 Com
Trevor Sauntry, Spring, Texas 35-37--72 Com
Tyler Gulliksen, Daytona Beach, Fla. 37-35--72 CGC
Brent Herlihy, New York, N.Y. 36-37--73 Com
Bryan Jones, Atlanta, Ga. 38-35--73 CGC
Creighton Honeck, Austin, Texas 37-36--73 CGC
Cullen Brasfield, La Quinta, Calif. 36-37--73 Com
Dalton Melnyk, Atlanta, Ga. 38-35--73 Com
Dan Sullivan, Pasadena, Calif. 36-37--73 Com
Eric LeFante, Florham Park, N.J. 36-37--73 Com
Greg Etimos, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 36-37--73 Com
Jason Schultz, Allen, Texas 36-37--73 CGC
Jeff Mallette, North Canton, Ohio 37-36--73 Com
Jeremy Gearhart, Atascadero, Calif. 37-36--73 Com
Jonathan Bale, Wales 36-37--73 CGC
Kamden Ganir, Las Vegas, Nev. 38-35--73 Com
Michael Pearson, Atlanta, Ga. 39-34--73 CGC
Nico Bollini, Laguna Beach, Calif. 39-34--73 CGC
Ryan Reynolds, Camden, S.C. 40-33--73 Com
Scott Gordon, Sacramento, Calif. 38-35--73 Com
Scott Turner, Stuart, Fla. 37-36--73 Com
Steven Groover, Birmingham, Ala. 37-36--73 Com
Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif. 37-36--73 CGC
Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C. 38-35--73 CGC
Troy Vannucci, Marlton, N.J. 38-35--73 Com
Alex Snickenberger, Boston, Mass. 37-37--74 Com
Andres Schonbaum, Argentina 37-37--74 CGC
Ben Fisher, Germantown, Tenn. 41-33--74 Com
Brett Young, Bethel Park, Pa. 38-36--74 CGC
Brock Young, Tifton, Ga. 38-36--74 Com
Darin Goldstein, New York City, N.Y. 38-36--74 Com
Darren Fletcher, Cave Creek, Ariz. 39-35--74 Com
Derek Busby, Ruston, La. 38-36--74 CGC
Eddie Davis, San Mateo, Calif. 38-36--74 Com
Frank Alafoginis, Arlington, Va. 36-38--74 Com
Jace Moore, Keller, Texas 39-35--74 Com
Jesse Larson, Shakopee, Minn. 37-37--74 CGC
John Ramsey, Glenview, Ill. 36-38--74 Com
Joseph Cermak, Chicago, Ill. 37-37--74 Com
Joseph Latowski, Port St. Lucie, Fla. 39-35--74 Com
Luke Bakke, Seattle, Wash. 37-37--74 Com
Michael Klaric III, Peninsula, Ohio 35-39--74 Com
Mike O'Neil, Baltimore, Md. 37-37--74 Com
Nick Nosewicz, Aurora, Colo. 36-38--74 CGC
Philip Bagdade, Portland, Ore. 35-39--74 CGC
Poli Martinez Medrano, Argentina 36-38--74 CGC
Sean Heidrick, Dallas, Texas 40-34--74 CGC
Yaroslav Merkulov, Penfield, N.Y. 36-38--74 CGC
Zach Jecklin, Glen Ellyn, Ill. 36-38--74 Com
Brad Mangum, Granite Falls, N.C. 36-39--75 Com
Doug Albers, Leawood, Kan. 38-37--75 Com
Forbes Collins II, Lake Forest, Calif. 40-35--75 CGC
Grant Martens, San Diego, Calif. 39-36--75 CGC
Joey Savoie, Canada 36-39--75 CGC
Keith Unikel, Bethesda, Md. 37-38--75 Com
Michael Beaty, Needham, Mass. 37-38--75 Com
Michael Brown, Maple Shade, N.J. 36-39--75 CGC
Michael Jensen, San Francisco, Calif. 41-34--75 CGC
Nicholas Gunthorpe, East Lansing, Mich. 35-40--75 CGC
Reid Hatley, Hayden Lake, Idaho 38-37--75 Com
Steven Carter, Saint Augustine, Fla. 35-40--75 Com
Tyler Crawford, Bermuda Dunes, Calif. 38-37--75 CGC
Tyler Hunt, Tulsa, Okla. 38-37--75 Com
Aaron Lee, Simi Valley, Calif. 40-36--76 Com
Alex Jeffers, Watertown, Mass. 40-36--76 Com
Blake Onkka, Prior Lake, Minn. 37-39--76 Com
Brian Hickey, Burr Ridge, Ill. 38-38--76 CGC
Chad Wilfong, Charlotte, N.C. 42-34--76 CGC
Charles Santaularia, Lakewood, Colo. 39-37--76 CGC
Chris Noel, Tulsa, Okla. 37-39--76 CGC
Daniel DeBra, Lutz, Fla. 40-36--76 CGC
David Bartman, Los Angeles, Calif. 36-40--76 CGC
David Ferreira, Haverford, Pa. 41-35--76 Com
Derek Dalziel, Canada 38-38--76 Com
Eric Gibbs, Ruston, La. 39-37--76 CGC
Eric Harris, Rochester, Minn. 38-38--76 CGC
Gene Elliott, West Des Moines, Iowa 38-38--76 CGC
Geoffrey Shaw, Edmond, Okla. 39-37--76 CGC
John Rosenstock, Richmond, Va. 37-39--76 CGC
Kevin Carrigan, Canada 34-42--76 CGC
Laurie Owen, England 40-36--76 CGC
Marc Peterson, Modesto, Calif. 38-38--76 Com
Matthew Finger, Wilmington, Del. 38-38--76 Com
Matthew Mattare, Jersey City, N.J. 38-38--76 CGC
Michael Muehr, McLean, Va. 41-35--76 CGC
Nathan Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa. 40-36--76 CGC
Rusty Mosley, Vidalia, Ga. 40-36--76 CGC
Ryan Patrick, Reston, Va. 38-38--76 Com
Stephen Powers, Denver, Colo. 38-38--76 Com
Steve Harwell, Mooresville, N.C. 36-40--76 CGC
Tommy Parker, Boston, Mass. 37-39--76 CGC
Tyler Cooke, Warwick, R.I. 38-38--76 CGC
Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo. 42-35--77 CGC
Brodie Hullinger, Brookings, S.D. 38-39--77 CGC
Cates Culpepper, Columbus, Ga. 39-38--77 CGC
Colby Amparan, Fort Worth, Texas 38-39--77 CGC
Corey Baubault, Murrieta, Calif. 38-39--77 Com
David Lebowitz, Santa Monica, Calif. 37-40--77 Com
David Noll Jr., Dalton, Ga. 37-40--77 CGC
Gary Dunn, Granite Bay, Calif. 38-39--77 Com
Jeff Cox, Broken Arrow, Okla. 36-41--77 Com
Kevin O'Connell, Jacksonville, Fla. 37-40--77 CGC
Mark Costanza, Jersey City, N.J. 38-39--77 CGC
Matt Bergstrom, Sahuarita, Ariz. 41-36--77 Com
Michael Cress, Columbus, Ohio 40-37--77 CGC
Peter Anderson, Wellesley, Mass. 37-40--77 Com
Randy Lewis, Alma, Mich. 39-38--77 Com
Rich VanderMass, Locust Valley, N.Y. 39-38--77 CGC
Robbie Wight, West Palm Beach, Fla. 40-37--77 Com
Stephen Nichols, East Lansing, Mich. 39-38--77 Com
Stino Milito, Park Ridge, Ill. 40-37--77 Com
Timothy Driver, Holly Springs, N.C. 39-38--77 Com
Trevor Randolph, Franklin Lakes, N.J. 39-38--77 Com
Andrew Montooth, Columbus, Ohio 41-37--78 CGC
Arthur Zelmati, France 40-38--78 CGC
Brad Wilder, Fort Wright, Ky. 44-34--78 Com
Brian Moores, Dellwood, Minn. 43-35--78 Com
Chip Brooke, Altamonte Springs, Fla. 41-37--78 Com
Cory Aune, Lake Geneva, Wis. 42-36--78 CGC
Ian Dahl, Carmel, Calif. 42-36--78 CGC
Jay Livsey, Wheat Ridge, Colo. 39-39--78 Com
Josh Ketter, Fulshear, Texas 43-35--78 CGC
Josh Williams, Saint Simons Island, Ga. 41-37--78 CGC
Kyle Stiles, Athens, Ga. 39-39--78 CGC
Matt Call, Castle Rock, Colo. 40-38--78 CGC
Michael Harrington, Colorado Springs, Colo. 41-37--78 Com
Ryan Greer, Knoxville, Tenn. 38-40--78 Com
Scott Kraul, Irving, Texas 39-39--78 Com
Stephen Lindsey, Kaysville, Utah 40-38--78 Com
Stephen Serrao, Midlothian, Va. 41-37--78 Com
William Buchanan, Greensboro, N.C. 40-38--78 CGC
Beau Glover, North Little Rock, Ark. 39-40--79 CGC
Ben Jorgensen, Richfield, Utah 40-39--79 CGC
David Banks, Oceanside, Calif. 39-40--79 Com
Don DuBois, Newport Beach, Calif. 39-40--79 Com
John Humphries, Woodworth, La. 43-36--79 CGC
John Hunter, The Woodlands, Texas 38-41--79 CGC
Joseph Nichols, Little Rock, Ark. 38-41--79 CGC
Kory Bowman, Springfield, Mo. 37-42--79 CGC
Michael Del Rocco, Jacksonville, Fla. 41-38--79 Com
Michael Fastert, Des Plaines, Ill. 40-39--79 Com
Michael Gotcher, Broken Arrow, Okla. 37-42--79 Com
Peter Betzold, Cincinnati, Ohio 37-42--79 CGC
Randy Sroka, Stevensville, Md. 43-36--79 CGC
Steven Irwin, Golden, Colo. 40-39--79 CGC
Tim Hogarth, Northridge, Calif. 42-37--79 Com
Benjamin Day, Waterbury, Conn. 41-39--80 Com
Chad Gamblin, Mesa, Ariz. 40-40--80 Com
Daniel Webb, Tyler, Texas 40-40--80 Com
Hudson Hansard, Austin, Texas 41-39--80 Com
Jake O'Neal, Vancouver, Wash. 39-41--80 CGC
Johnathan Schnitzer, Houston, Texas 40-40--80 CGC
Jordan Sease, Lexington, S.C. 38-42--80 CGC
Josh Nichols, Apex, N.C. 40-40--80 CGC
Kyler Sauer, Thousand Oaks, Calif. 39-41--80 CGC
Robert Pickett, Cincinnati, Ohio 40-40--80 Com
Ryan Eckelkamp, Washington, Mo. 44-36--80 CGC
Thomas Campbell, Taylorsville, Ky. 42-38--80 CGC
Tim Zande, Olathe, Kan. 40-40--80 CGC
Andrew Hodge, Oakmont, Pa. 42-39--81 CGC
Bradley Bastion, Shelby Township, Mich. 37-44--81 CGC
Jordan McKenzie, Columbus, Ohio 39-42--81 Com
Michael McCoy, Norwalk, Iowa 39-42--81 CGC
Taylor Smith, Covington, Ga. 41-40--81 CGC
Benjamin Conroy, Berlin, Conn. 44-38--82 CGC
Burke Spensky, Boise, Idaho 43-39--82 CGC
Cam Moniz, Seekonk, Mass. 41-41--82 CGC
Charles Sahlman, Denver, Colo. 41-41--82 CGC
Clay Guerin, Birmingham, Ala. 41-41--82 CGC
Kent Moore, Centennial, Colo. 43-39--82 CGC
Luke Crapo, Kaysville, Utah 44-38--82 CGC
Max Harres, Belleville, Ill. 43-39--82 CGC
Patrick Pelletier, Lebanon, N.H. 39-43--82 CGC
Tyler Ota, Honolulu, Hawaii 44-38--82 CGC
Chris Condello, Orlando, Fla. 40-43--83 CGC
Chuck Radabaugh, Maumee, Ohio 41-42--83 CGC
David Lysaught, Denver, Colo. 42-41--83 CGC
Eric Williams, Goldsboro, N.C. 44-39--83 Com
Erik Hanson, Kirkland, Wash. 42-41--83 CGC
Matthew Burroughs, Manchester, N.H. 41-42--83 CGC
Matthew Hayes, Marietta, Ga. 42-41--83 CGC
Mike Davidson, Mesa, Ariz. 38-45--83 CGC
Jeff Wilson, Fairfield, Calif. 36-48--84 CGC
Sean O'Donnell, Glendale, Ariz. 45-39--84 CGC
Ben Lukehart, Towson, Md. 45-40--85 CGC
Jason Zubatkin, Somers, N.Y. 43-42--85 Com
Mark Acosta, Escondido, Calif. 39-46--85 CGC
Nicolas Donaldson, Argentina 44-41--85 CGC
Riaz Rattansi, England 44-41--85 CGC
Tongun Lako Losarah, Upland, Calif. 44-41--85 CGC
Andrew Dagneau, Canada 43-43--86 CGC
Colton Knedler, Manhattan Beach, Calif. 46-40--86 CGC
Doug Garner, Madison, Miss. 46-40--86 CGC
James Welch, Albany, N.Y. 43-43--86 CGC
Mitch Donald, Vail, Colo. 39-47--86 Com
Chris Locker, Chapin, S.C. 43-44--87 CGC
Nicholas Reardon, Columbus, Ohio 41-46--87 CGC
Tanner Davis, Knoxville, Tenn. 47-41--88 CGC
Brent Landry, Canada 41-48--89 CGC
Michael O'Neal, Jacksonville, Fla. 45-44--89 CGC
Andrew Price, Lake Bluff, Ill. WD CGC
Tim Beans, Newport Beach, Calif. WD Com

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