Polo Golf Junior Classic

PGA National Resort & Spa
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. November 23 - 29, 2013

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TOURNAMENT FACT SHEET

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Tournament Storylines

College bound: 100 players have committed to play golf at the college of their choice.
Boys Division Grad Signed Commitment Verbal Commitment
Dawson Armstrong 2014 Lipscomb University
Will Blalock 2014 NC State
Sam Burns 2015 LSU
Kristian Caparros 2015 Florida
Derek Castillo 2016 UNLV
Cameron Champ 2014 Texas A&M
Austin Connelly 2015 Southern Methodist University
George Cunningham 2014 University of Arizona
Brad Dalke 2016 Oklahoma
Luis Gagne 2015 Louisiana State university
Jorge Garcia 2015 Florida
Doug Ghim 2014 University of Texas
William Gordon 2015 Vanderbilt University
Ryan Grider 2017 Southern Methodist University
Benjamin Griffin 2014 North Carolina
Grant Hirschman 2014 University of Oklahoma
Franklin Huang 2014 Stanford
Theo Humphrey 2014 Vanderbilt University
Nathan Jeansonne 2015 Louisiana State University
Justin Kim 2016 UNLV
Samuel Kim 2015 University of New Mexico
KK Limbhasut 2014 UC Berkeley
Isaiah Logue 2014 Liberty University
David Mackey 2015 University of Georgia
Patrick Martin 2015 Vanderbilt University
Mitchell Meissner 2014 Rice University
Dylan Meyer 2014 University of Illinois
Jose Montano 2014 Xavier University
Tyler Moore 2015 University of Arizona
Jackson Moss 2014 Williams University
Gordon Neale 2015 Southern Methodist University
Alvaro Ortiz 2014 University of Arkansas
Matthew Perrine 2014 Auburn University
Christopher Petefish 2014 Georgia Tech
Trevor Phillips 2016 University of Georgia
Michael Pisciotta 2014 Georgia Tech
Jonathan Rector 2015 Clemson University
William Register 2014 University of North Carolina
Davis Riley 2015 Alabama
Sam Rosenberg 2014 University of Pennsylvania
Scott Scheffler 2014 University of Texas
Corey Shaun 2014 UCLA
Jacob Solomon 2015 Auburn University
Kyle Sterbinsky 2015 Wake Forest
Nathan Tenpas 2014 Davidson College
Aaron Terrazas 2015 Oklahoma
Jonah Texeira 2014 Southern California
Braden Thornberry 2015 Ole Miss
Jens Verhey 2014 University of Notre Dame
Adam Wood 2014 Duke
Yechun (Carl) Yuan 2015 University Of Duke
Austin Zoller 2014 Winthrop University
 
Girls Division Grad Signed Commitment Verbal Commitment
Lakareber Abe 2014 Alabama
Shannon Aubert 2014 Stanford University
Sierra Brooks 2016 University of Florida
Emily Campbell 2015 Texas A&M
Lydia Choi 2014 UCLA
Taylor Coleman 2015 Arizona State
Allisen Corpuz 2016 USC
Mai Dechathipat 2015 Auburn University
Courtney Dow 2016 Texas A&M University
Alexandra Farnsworth 2014 Vanderbilt University
Allyson Geer 2017 Michigan State
Kristen Gillman 2016 University of Alabama
Madison Glennie 2014 Drake
Cindy Ha 2014 Vanderbilt
Vanessa Ha 2014 San Francisco
Alexandra Harkins 2014 University of North Carolina
Erica Herr 2014 Wake Forest
Jillian Hollis 2015 Michigan
Rose Huang 2015 BYU
Tatum Jackson 2014 Rutgers University
Kayla Jones 2014 Florida State University
Madison Kerley 2015 Arizona State University
Dylan Kim 2015 Baylor University
Cheyenne Knight 2015 Alabama
Jordy LaBarbera 2014 University of Arkansas
Amy Lee 2015 USC
Andrea Lee 2016 Stanford University
Marianne Li 2015 University of California, Berkeley
Maddie McCrary 2014 Oklahoma State University
Brooke McDougald 2015 TCU
Emily Mills 2014 Rutgers University
Rinko Mitsunaga 2015 Georgia
Elsa Moberly 2015 Mississippi State
Nicole Morales 2014 Alabama
Marijosse Navarro 2014 Texas A&M
Vinh-Hop Ngo 2014 Wake Forest
Michaela Owen 2015 Auburn
Jackie Rogowicz 2015 Penn State
Jayshree Sarathy 2014 Yale
Lauren Stephenson 2015 Clemson
Linnea Strom 2015 Arizona State
Maddie Szeryk 2014 Texas A&M
Bailey Tardy 2015 University of Georgia
Taylor Tomlinson 2014 Florida
Lilia Vu 2015 UCLA
Samantha Wagner 2015 Florida
Kelly Whaley 2015 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Bethany Wu 2015 UCLA
Past champions look to defend
Adam Wood of Zionsville, Ind., will return to PGA National in hopes of defending his first AJGA Invitational title. After his Polo Golf Junior Classic victory over 2013 Rolex Junior Player of the Year Scott Scheffler, Wood collected two top-10 AJGA finishes, including a runner-up showing at the Rolex Tournament of Champions. The high school senior recently signed a National Letter of Intent with Duke to continue his golf career at the collegiate level. On the girls' side, Nicole Morales of South Salem, N.Y., will seek her second Polo Golf Junior Classic title after winning the event in 2011. The No. 1 girl in the Polo Golf Rankings was ousted in the 2012 Polo Golf Junior Classic semifinals by 2012 Rolex Junior Player of the Year and eventual champion, Ariya Jutanugarn. Morales continued to make headlines in 2013 after capturing her second AJGA Invitational title at the Thunderbird International Junior. She recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play college golf at Alabama.
Storied past
Hunter Mahan. Erik Compton. Lexi Thompson. Trevor Immelman. Tiger Woods. Paula Creamer. Morgan Hoffmann. Stewart Cink. Morgan Pressel. Heather Farr. Where can one find all of these names? Among the prestigious list of Polo Golf Junior Classic champions. In 2012, Ariya Jutanugarn became the first player since Vicky Hurst (2007) to win the Polo Golf Junior Classic the same year she was named Rolex Junior Player of the Year. Brian Watts (1984), Tiger Woods (1991), Brian Harman (2003), Jenny Lidback (1981), Vicki Goetze (1988, 89), Emilee Klein (1991), Kellee Booth (1993), Grace Park (1994, 96), Beth Bauer (1997) and Esther Choe (2006) have also accomplished this feat.
The Greatest Night in Junior Golf
AJGA players will be recognized for their 2013 accomplishments during the Rolex Junior All-America Awards Banquet, Nov. 24, at PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The awards ceremony, dubbed "The Greatest Night in Junior Golf," will celebrate the achievements of golf's next generation by means of the Rolex Junior All-America Teams, HP Scholastic Junior All-America Teams and Jerry Cole Sportsmanship Award.
Ralph Lauren continues to support junior golf
Ralph Lauren, a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products, became a Premier Partner in 2007 after 12 years of support of the AJGA. Ralph Lauren, “The Official Apparel of the AJGA,” has sponsored the Polo Golf Junior Classic held over Thanksgiving week since 1998. In addition to the tournament, Ralph Lauren is the proprietor of the Polo Golf Rankings, an Official Partner of the PING Junior Solheim Cup and a Founding Corporate Partner of the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant.

Schedule of Events

Saturday, November 23
7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Practice Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees
Noon – 1:10 p.m. Practice Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees
 
Sunday, November 24
7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Practice Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees
7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Practice Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees
6 – 9 p.m. Rolex Junior All-America Awards Banquet
 
Monday, November 25
7:30 – 9:30 a.m. First Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees – Stroke Play
 
Tuesday, November 26
7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Second Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees – Stroke Play
3 p.m. Stroke Play Awards Ceremony
 
Wednesday, November 27
7:30 – 8:40 a.m. First-Round Matches off Nos. 1 and 10 tees
Noon – 1:10 p.m. Second-Round Matches off Nos. 1 and 10 tees
 
Friday, November 29
11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Match Play Awards Ceremony & Lunch

Top Players to Watch

Scott Scheffler, Dallas, Texas (2014)
At No. 1 in the Polo Golf Rankings, Scheffler, 2013 Rolex Junior Player of the Year returns to the field after a runner-up finish at the 2012 Polo Golf Junior Classic. As the No. 1 seed after stroke play at the 2012 event, Scheffler advanced to the final match, losing to Adam Wood, 3 and 1. Looking for his inaugural junior title, he tallied a string of consecutive runner-up finishes at the Jones Cup Junior Invitational in December, AJGA Boys Championship at Carlton Woods in February and the Thunderbird International Junior in May. After finishing T10 at the Rolex Tournament of Champions, Scheffler’s breakout performance came at the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship. Scheffler defeated Davis Riley, 3 and 2, to become the fifth player from Texas to win the event since Hunter Mahan in 1999, the same year Mahan was crowned Rolex Junior Player of the Year.
Brad Dalke, Hobart, Okla. (2016)
Dalke, No. 2 in the Polo Golf Rankings, is a first-team Rolex Junior All-American for the third consecutive year on the strength of two AJGA Invitational victories: AJGA Boys Championship at Carlton Woods and The PING Invitational. The Oklahoma verbal commit returns to PGA National after a semifinal appearance at the 2012 Polo Golf Junior Classic and two top-10 finishes in national competition in 2013. With Dalke’s win at The PING Invitational, he became the second-youngest AJGA boy to win three Invitationals.
Jorge Garcia, (Venezuela) Miami, Fla. (2015)
At No. 4 in the Polo Golf Rankings, Garcia will make his Polo Golf Junior Classic debut in 2013. The Florida verbal commit was honored as a first-team Rolex Junior All-American after a number of top finishes in 2013. He started the year victorious at the Puerto Rico Junior Open sponsored by Sport Link, earning an exemption into the PGA TOUR’s Puerto Rico Open. Garcia became the eighth-youngest player in history to make the cut in a TOUR event, after posting back-to-back 70s in the first and second rounds. The high school junior collected four more top-10 AJGA finishes, including his first AJGA Invitational title at the Thunderbird International Junior in May.
George Cunningham, Tucson, Ariz. (2014)
Cunningham, No. 5 in the Polo Golf Rankings, recorded three runner-up finishes and his second career victory en route to first-team Rolex Junior All-America honors. He won the TaylorMade-adidas Golf Junior at Innisbrook hosted by Sean O’Hair in March and finished second at the Under Armour® / Hunter Mahan Championship, FJ Invitational and The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf. Cunningham has recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play college golf at the University of Arizona.
Adam Wood, Zionsville, Ind. (2014)
At No. 6 in the Polo Golf Rankings, Wood opened his 2013 campaign with a victory at the Polo Golf Junior Classic, defeating 2013 Rolex Junior Player of the Year Scott Scheffler of Dallas, 3 and 1. The senior at Zionsville High School went on to finish second at the Rolex Tournament of Champions, eighth at The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf, and competed for the East Team at the 2013 Wyndham Cup. Wood is a first-team Rolex Junior All-American for the second straight year and a three-time overall honoree. He recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play collegiate golf at Duke.
Nicole Morales, South Salem, N.Y. (2014)
Morales, 2011 Polo Golf Junior Classic champion, returns to the field after tallying four top-four AJGA finishes in 2013. Morales was ousted in the 2012 Polo Golf Junior Classic quarterfinals by eventual champion Ariya Jutanugarn, but went on to win the 2013 Thunderbird International Junior in May. She also tied for fourth at the Rolex Tournament of Champions and The PING Invitational en route to becoming the current No. 1 Player in the Polo Golf Rankings. She has earned first-team Rolex Junior All-America honors twice in her career and played on the winning PING Junior Solheim Cup United States team as well as the East Team at the 2013 Wyndham Cup.
Megan Khang, Rockland, Mass. (2015)
Khang, No. 2 in the Polo Golf Rankings, will make her Polo Golf Junior Classic debut in 2013. She earned first-team Rolex Junior All-America honors after four national junior golf finishes inside the top three, including a win at the 2013 The PING Invitational. The victory was her top finish in AJGA competition and her best finish nationally was a tie for second at the Scott Robertson Memorial in May.
Amy Lee, Brea, Calif. (2015)
At No. 3 in the Polo Golf Rankings, Lee will return to PGA National after bowing out at the 2012 Polo Golf Junior Classic in the second match play round. The USC verbal commit was named a 2013 first-team Rolex Junior All-American after winning the Junior PGA Championship and recording five top-10 finishes in AJGA competition. A 2012 second-team Rolex Junior All-American, Lee finished third at the Thunderbird International Junior and was a member of the victorious U.S. squad at the PING Junior Solheim Cup.
Bethany Wu, Diamond Bar, Calif. (2015)
At No. 4 in the Polo Golf Rankings, Wu, seeks a Polo Golf Junior Classic title after a semifinal appearance at the 2012 event and a victory at the 2013 ANNIKA Invitational. She posted T15 finishes at the Thunderbird International Junior and Rolex Tournament of Champions, and advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship. The first-team Rolex Junior All-American was a member of the winning squads at the Wyndham Cup (West Team) and the PING Junior Solheim Cup (U.S. team). She has verbally committed to UCLA.
Andrea Lee, Hermosa Beach, Calif. (2016)
Lee, No. 5 in the Polo Golf Rankings, comes off a runner-up showing at The PING Invitational. She posted six top-six finishes, also including a runner-up finish at the Rolex Tournament of Champions. After helping the West Team win the Wyndham Cup, she helped capture the PING Junior Solheim Cup for the U.S. team. Lee was named a 2013 first-team Rolex Junior All-American for the second consecutive year.
 

2012 Results

Polo Golf Junior Classic
PGA National Resort & Spa (November 17 - 23, 2012)
 
Boys Division
1 Scott Scheffler Dallas, Texas 73–68—141
T2 Robby Shelton, IV Wilmer, Ala. 73–69—142
T2 Benjamin Griffin Chapel Hill, N.C. 71–71—142
4 Jacob Joiner Leesburg, Ga. 72–71—143
T5 Matt Gilchrest Southlake, Texas 71–73—144
T5 Adam Wood Zionsville, Ind. 69–75—144
 
Girls Division
T1 Ariya Jutanugarn Bangkok, Thailand 73–69—142
T1 Esther Lee Norwalk, Calif. 69–73—142
T3 Abbey Carlson Lake Mary, Fla. 71–73—144
T3 Alison Lee Valencia, Calif. 71–73—144
T5 Michaela Owen Suwanee, Ga. 75–70—145
T5 Nicole Morales South Salem, N.Y. 73–72—145
 

Past Champions

Boys Champions
2012 Adam Wood Zionsville, Ind. 69–75—144
2011 Matt NeSmith North Augusta, South Carolina 70–76—146
2010 Cody Proveaux Leesville, South Carolina 71–68—139
2009 Oliver Schniederjans Powder Springs, Georgia 67–74—141
2008 Patrick Winther Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida 67–69—136
2007 Bjorn Akesson Malmo, Sweden 69–74—143
2006 Morgan Hoffmann Saddlebrook, New Jersey 68–73—141
2005 Jamie Lovemark Rancho Santa Fe, California 74–77—151
2004 James Lee La Habra, Calif. 69–73—142
2003 Brian Harman Savannah, Georgia 70–71—141
2002 Niklas Lemke Linkoping, Sweden 68–73—141
2001 Spencer Levin Elk Grove, California 72–69—141
2000 Casey Wittenberg Memphis, Tennessee 75–76—151
1999 Nick Dougherty Lancashire, England 73–69—142
1998 Hunter Mahan McKinney, Texas 73–72—145
1997 Erik Compton Miami, Florida 74–74—148
1996 John Klauk Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 71–74—145
1995 Trevor Immelman Sommerset West, South Africa 74–74—146
1994 Mark Northey Roswell, Georgia 77–73—150
1993 Michael Boyd Tulsa, Oklahoma 76–78—154
1992 Eddy Lee Corona, California 78–74—152
1991 Tiger Woods Cypress, California 77–79—156
1990 Christopher Stutts Leoma, Tennessee 75–73—148
1989 Stewart Cink Florence, Alabama 71–77—148
1988 Jaxon Brigman Abilene, Texas
1987 Jeff Manson Long Beach, California 74–75—149
1986 Bryan Pemberton Pleasanton, California 73–74—147
1985 Steve Termeer Conroe, Texas 74–76—150
1984 Brian Watts Carrollton, Texas 75–70—145
1983 Michael Bradley Valrico, Texas 76–74—150
1982 Peter Jordan Woodale, Illinois 74–76—150
1981 Sam Randolph Santa Barbara, California 76–70—146
1980 Adam Armagost North Palm Beach, Florida
1979 Tracy Phillips Tulsa, Oklahoma
1978 Tracy Phillips Tulsa, Oklahoma 70–74—144
 
Girls Champions
2012 Ariya Jutanugarn Bangkok, Thailand 73–69—142
2011 Nicole Morales South Salem, New York 70–74—144
2010 Jaye Marie Green Boca Raton, Florida 76–72—148
2009 Alexis Thompson Coral Springs, Florida 75–67—142
2008 Jung Min Lee Seol, South Korea 71–70—141
2007 Vicky Hurst Melbourne, Florida 72–68—140
2006 Esther Choe Scottsdale, Arizona 73–77—150
2005 Angela Park Torrance, California 72–72—144
2004 Morgan Pressel Boca Raton, Florida 75–70—145
2003 Jennie Lee Huntington Beach, California 66–71—137
2002 Paula Creamer Pleasanton, California 74–74—148
2001 Aree Song Wongluekiet Bradenton, Florida 71–67—138
2000 Elizabeth Janangelo West Hartford, Conneticut 75–79—154
1999 Naree Song Wongluekiet Bradenton, Florida 69–72—141
1998 Celeste Troche Asuncion, Paraguay 73–73—146
1997 Beth Bauer Valrico, Florida 75–75—150
1996 Grace Park Phoenix, Arizona 69–75—144
1995 Beth Bauer Valrico, Florida 73–73—146
1994 Grace Park Phoenix, Arizona 78–76—154
1993 Kellee Booth Coto de Caza, California 77–73—150
1992 Wendi Patterson Atlanta, Georgia 80–80—160
1991 Emilee Klein Studio City, California 75–76—151
1990 Emilee Klein Studio City, California 79–78—157
1989 Vicki Goetze Hull, Georgia 72–77—149
1988 Vicki Goetze Hull, Georgia
1987 Adele Moore Dallas, Texas 79–77—156
1986 Stefania Croce Milan, Italy 81–78—159
1985 Kristin Parker The Woodlands, Texas 157
1984 Cheryl Morley Ocala, Florida 79–81—160
1983 Page Dunlap Sarasota, Florida 75–77—152
1982 Tracy Kerdyk Coral Gables, Florida 158
1981 Jenny Lidback Baton Rouge, Louisiana 80–79—159
1980 Amy Benz Clearwater, Florida
1979 Heather Farr Phoenix, Arizona
1978 Jenny Lidback Baton Rouge, Louisiana 85–79—164

Media Accommodations

The Polo Golf Junior Classic will have AJGA communications representatives on hand to assist media throughout the week. Prior to the tournament the AJGA will provide information about the event and its participants, as well as assist with player interviews.

After each round, media officials on-site will write a recap with the day's results. These will be emailed to all media outlets. Interviews with AJGA Tournament Directors, Tournament Chairmen and juniors may be conducted before or after tournament rounds.

For more information about the AJGA and tournaments, please refer to ajga.org. Tournament websites are accessible from the homepage and include recaps, list of participants, tee times, live scoring, course and sponsorship information.

About the AJGA

The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. The AJGA provides valuable exposure for college golf scholarships, and has an annual junior membership (boys and girls ages 12-18) of approximately 6,000 junior golfers from 49 states and more than 50 countries. To ensure scholarship opportunities for all junior golfers who have the skill, the AJGA created the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant program to provide financial assistance to young players in need.

Titleist, the AJGA's National Sponsor, has been the catalyst and driving force behind the Association's success since 1989. Rolex, which is in its fourth decade of AJGA support, became the inaugural AJGA Premier Partner in 2004. In 2007, after 12 years of support, Ralph Lauren became the AJGA's second Premier Partner.

AJGA alumni have risen to the top of amateur, collegiate and professional golf. Former AJGA juniors have compiled more than 500 victories on the PGA and LPGA Tours. AJGA alumni include Brandt Snedeker, Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson, Hunter Mahan, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Stacy Lewis, Vicky Hurst, Paula Creamer, Cristie Kerr, Brittany Lincicome and Morgan Pressel.

Tournament field

- Bold indicates Florida native
Boys Division
Dawson Armstrong Brentwood, Tenn.
Zachary Bauchou Forest, Va.
Will Blalock Gastonia, N.C.
Adam Blommé Stockholm, Sweden
Sam Burns Shreveport, La.
Kristian Caparros Hollywood, Fla.
Eduardo Carrete Queretaro, Mexico
Derek Castillo Yorba Linda, Calif.
Cameron Champ Sacramento, Calif.
Jin Ho Chung (Brazil) Cerritos, Calif.
Austin Connelly Irving, Texas
George Cunningham Tucson, Ariz.
Brad Dalke Hobart, Okla.
Adam Eineving Molnlycke, Sweden
Paul Elissalde Biarritz, France
Joris Etlin Frejus, France
Wilson Furr Jackson, Miss.
Luis Gagne Orlando, Fla.
Jorge Garcia (Venezuela) Miami, Fla.
Doug Ghim Arlington Heights, Ill.
Tony Gil Vaughan, Ontario
William Gordon Davidson, N.C.
Ryan Grider Lewisville, Texas
Benjamin Griffin Chapel Hill, N.C.
Grant Hirschman Collierville, Tenn.
Sam Horsfield (United Kingdom) Davenport, Fla.
Franklin Huang Poway, Calif.
Theo Humphrey Greenwich, Conn.
Martin Jaramillo (Colombia) Bradenton, Fla.
Nathan Jeansonne Keithville, La.
Justin Kim Fullerton, Calif.
Samuel Kim Irvine, Calif.
Roberto Lebrija Mexico City, Mexico
KK Limbhasut (Thailand) Loma Linda, Calif.
Luka Lipovec Ljubljana, Slovenia
Isaiah Logue Fairfield, Pa.
David Mackey Bogart, Ga.
Patrick Martin Birmingham, Ala.
Joshua McCarthy Danville, Calif.
Andrew McKinney Danville, Ky.
Mitchell Meissner San Antonio, Texas
Dylan Meyer Evansville, Ind.
Jose Montano (Bolivia) Bradenton, Fla.
Tyler Moore Escondido, Calif.
Collin Morikawa La Canada Flintridge, Calif.
Jackson Moss New Albany, Ohio
Gordon Neale Dove Canyon, Calif.
Taisei Negishi (Japan) San Diego, Calif.
Tobin Niblett Austin, Texas
Shotaro Onuki Ibaraki, Japan
Alvaro Ortiz Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
Matthew Perrine Austin, Texas
Christopher Petefish Danville, Calif.
Trevor Phillips Inman, S.C.
Michael Pisciotta Alpharetta, Ga.
Jonathan Rector Hendersonville, N.C.
William Register Burlington, N.C.
Davis Riley Hattiesburg, Miss.
Sam Rosenberg Dallas, Texas
Scott Scheffler Dallas, Texas
Corey Shaun Encinitas, Calif.
Jacob Solomon Dublin, Calif.
Kyle Sterbinsky Yardley, Pa.
Nathan Tenpas Chevy Chase, Md.
Aaron Terrazas Mexico, Mexico
Jonah Texeira Porter Ranch, Calif.
Braden Thornberry Olive Branch, Miss.
Jens Verhey Reno, Nev.
Jorge Villar Puebla, Mexico
Andrew Walker Battle Creek, Mich.
Youxin (Robin) Wang (China) Lake Mary, Fla.
Jackson Wendling Effingham, Ill.
Adam Wood Zionsville, Ind.
Hidetoshi Yoshihara (Japan) Irvine, Calif.
Cameron Young Scarborough, N.Y.
Yechun (Carl) Yuan (China) Lake Mary, Fla.
Andy Zhang (China) Reunion, Fla.
Austin Zoller Summerville, S.C.
 
Girls Division
Lakareber Abe Angleton, Texas
Shannon Aubert (France) Champions Gate, Fla.
Sierra Brooks Sorrento, Fla.
Emma Broze Nervieux, France
Emily Campbell Carrollton, Texas
Abbey Carlson Lake Mary, Fla.
Jennifer Chang Cary, N.C.
Lydia Choi Beverly Hills, Calif.
Gabriela Coello (Venezuela) Winter Garden, Fla.
Taylor Coleman San Antonio, Texas
Allisen Corpuz Honolulu, Hawaii
Rachel Dai Milton, Ga.
Mai Dechathipat (Thailand) Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.
Courtney Dow Frisco, Texas
Alexandra Farnsworth Nashville, Tenn.
Maria Fassi Pachuca Hidalgo, Mexico
Allyson Geer Brighton, Mich.
Kristen Gillman Austin, Texas
Madison Glennie Clearwater, Fla.
Morgan Gonzales Chandler, Ariz.
Cindy Ha Demarest, N.J.
Vanessa Ha (Canada) Allen, Texas
Alexandra Harkins Crystal Lake, Ill.
Muni He (China) Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
Anyssia Herbaut Chateauroux, France
Erica Herr New Hope, Pa.
Emilee Hoffman Folsom, Calif.
Jillian Hollis Rocky River, Ohio
Rose Huang (China) Honolulu, Hawaii
Tatum Jackson Mountain Brook, Ala.
Rong Ji (China) Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
Kayla Jones Milton, Ga.
Madison Kerley Scottsdale, Ariz.
Megan Khang Rockland, Mass.
Dylan Kim Winter Garden, Fla.
Cheyenne Knight Aledo, Texas
Nelly Korda Bradenton, Fla.
Anina Ku Basking Ridge, N.J.
Jordy LaBarbera Allen, Texas
Amy Lee Brea, Calif.
Andrea Lee Hermosa Beach, Calif.
Ailin Li (China) Windermere, Fla.
Marianne Li Bellevue, Wash.
Mika Liu Bradenton, Fla.
Ruixin Liu (China) Orlando, Fla.
Sabrina Long Alpharetta, Ga.
Maddie McCrary Wylie, Texas
Brooke McDougald The Woodlands, Texas
Emily Mills Farmingdale, N.J.
Rinko Mitsunaga Roswell, Ga.
Elsa Moberly Science Hill, Ky.
Nicole Morales South Salem, N.Y.
Kana Nagai Tokyo, Japan
Marijosse Navarro (Mexico) San Antonio, Texas
Vinh-Hop Ngo Newton, Mass.
Hannah O'Sullivan Paradise Valley, Ariz.
Paola Ortiz Morelia, Mexico
Michaela Owen Suwanee, Ga.
Robynn Ree Redondo Beach, Calif.
Riley Rennell Columbia, Tenn.
Jackie Rogowicz Yardley, Pa.
Jayshree Sarathy Palo Alto, Calif.
Lauren Stephenson Lexington, S.C.
Linnea Strom Hovas, Sweden
Emma Svensson Halmstad, Sweden
Maddie Szeryk Allen, Texas
Bailey Tardy Norcross, Ga.
Taylor Tomlinson Gainesville, Fla.
Maria Vesga Piedecuesta, Colombia
Lilia Vu Fountain Valley, Calif.
Samantha Wagner Windermere, Fla.
Brynn Walker St. Davids, Pa.
Kelly Whaley Farmington, Conn.
Bethany Wu Diamond Bar, Calif.
Michelle Xie Palo Alto, Calif.
Oi Lam Michelle Yan Hong Kong, China
Angel Yin Arcadia, Calif.
Anna Zhou Palo Alto, Calif.