KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior Open

Lost Springs Golf & Athletic Club
Rogers, Ark. June 17 - 20, 2013

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Quick Facts

Tournament Storylines

College bound: 52 players have committed to play golf at the college of their choice.
Boys Division Grad Signed Commitment Verbal Commitment
Cole Alexander 2014 Milligan College
Nick Auer 2014 Univeristy of Missouri - Kansas City
Trevor Barton 2013 John Brown University
Jacob Bishop 2014 Wichita State
Beau Briggs 2015 University of Mississippi
JC Campbell 2015 University of Memphis
Preston Crawford 2015 University of Tulsa
Austin Eckroat 2017 Oklahoma State University
Ben Fernandez 2015 Kansas State University
Brent Hopper 2014 University Central Oklahoma
Sam Humphreys 2014 University of Tulsa
Drew Ison 2014 Drake University
Turner Maclean 2015 Texas Christian University
Garrett May 2015 Baylor University
Connor Neil 2014 Missouri Southern State University
Spencer Papciak 2014 Davidson College
Casey Paul 2014 University of Tulsa
Griffin Peters 2015 US Naval Academy
Griffin Pierce 2014 Oklahoma
Arjun Reddy 2015 Drake University
Robert Rickard 2016 Texas Tech University
Zachary Schaefer 2014 Oklahoma Christian
Tyler See 2015 University of California, Santa Barbara
Grant Seifried 2014 Missouri Southern State University
Evan Shartzer 2014 Missouri - Kansas City
Ian Simon 2015 Muhlenberg College
Cody Troutman 2014 University of Central Oklahoma
Jay Trusty 2015 Arkansas Tech University
Tom Vining 2015 University of Minnesota
Fisher Vollendorf 2018 University of Arkansas
Stephen Wall 2015 University of South Alabama
Baron Weaver 2015 Drury University
Girls Division Grad Signed Commitment Verbal Commitment
Maria Fassi 2016 University of Arkansas
Chandler Gallagher 2014 Kansas State
Emily Gillman 2014 University of Nebraska
Kristen Gillman 2016 University of Alabama
Kallie Gonzales 2014 University of Kansas
Anna Kim 2014 Iowa
Ashley Kimbrough 2014 Florida Gulf Coast
Cheyenne Knight 2015 University of Alabama
Jordy LaBarbera 2014 University of Arkansas
Timbrelee McNair 2014 University of South Dakota
Maggie Neece 2013 Oklahoma
Mackenzie Perez 2014 University of Missouri
Summar Roachell 2013 Arkansas
Ana Ruiz 2014 Oklahoma University
Marla Souvannasing 2014 Central Oklahoma
Jean Tyrrell 2015 Florida Gulf Coast University
Hannah Ward 2014 Arkansas - Little Rock
Kelly Whaley 2015 University of North Carolina
Jordan Wolf 2014 University of South Florida
Sydney Youngblood 2016 University of Oklahoma
Local flavor: 15 players from Arkansas will compete.
Boys Division Hometown Grad
Mason Adams Fayetteville 2014
Trevor Barton Rogers 2013
Nick Beyer Springdale 2014
Michael Cogan Bentonville 2014
Christopher Eckes Fort Smith 2014
Ethan Grace Russellville 2014
Garrett Kelly Rogers 2014
Zach Leisenring Rogers 2014
Garrett May Hope 2015
Cameron Mckinney Rogers 2014
Connor Neil Springdale 2014
Gage Parker El Dorado 2015
Jay Trusty Danville 2015
Fisher Vollendorf Fayetteville 2018
Girls Division Hometown Grad
Summar Roachell Conway 2013
Return in the Girls Division
Cheyenne Knight of Aledo, Texas, will return as the defending champion in 2013, while Arkansas-native Summar Roachell of Conway, Ark., is also coming back after a third-place finish in 2012. In the boys draw, Arjun Reddy of Tulsa, Okla., will seek a top finish after placing T12 last year.
Protecting the house
Four players will represent the Rogers area during the national competition. Trevor Barton of Rogers High School posted a third-place finish at the 2012 7A State Championships, adding All-Conference and All-State honors to his resume. Garrett Kelly, Zach Leisenring, Cameron Mckinney and Javier Prensa will all seek titles in their hometown.
Award-winning event
The 2012 KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior Open earned the AJGA's Newcomer of the Year Award. Local organizers of the event were honored as the first-year tournament that displayed the complete tournament experience in its inaugural year.
AJGA alumna Stacy Lewis gives back to her roots
Stacy Lewis, who entered into a sponsor relationship with KPMG in March of 2012, is now the No. 1-ranked American and the No. 2-ranked player in the world. During a decorated amateur career, she was a four-time All-American at the University of Arkansas where she won 12 times including the NCAA Championship. As a professional on the LPGA Tour, Lewis was a member of the 2011 US Solheim Cup team, and has seven career victories, including a breakthrough major win at the Kraft Nabisco Championship in 2011. Lewis played in eight AJGA events during her junior years, with her best finish coming at the 2002 Aaron's / Bob Estes Abilene Junior when she finished T4.

Schedule of Events

Monday, June 17
1:30 p.m. shotgun Practice Round
Tuesday, June 18
7:15 a.m. – 12:35 p.m. First Round off No. 1 tee
Wednesday, June 19
7:15 a.m. – 12:35 p.m. Second Round off No. 1 tee
Thursday, June 20
7:15 a.m. – 12:35 p.m. Final Round off No. 1 tee
5 p.m. Awards Ceremony

Top Players to Watch

Turner Maclean, Fort Worth, Texas (2015)
MacLean claimed medalist honors by three strokes at the Preseason Junior at Cimarron Hills. The rising junior is competing in his third start of the 2013 season.
Kim, a rising senior, will return to the AJGA stage after collecting medalist honors at the Preseason Junior at Brookhaven by two strokes in April 2013.
Summar Roachell, Conway, Ark. (2013)
At No. 16 in the Polo Golf Rankings, Roachell is the highest-ranked player in the field. The two-time Rolex Junior All-American is seeking her first AJGA title before heading to University of Arkansas in the fall. In 2012, Roachell added victories at the Bubba Conlee National Junior and the Trusted Choice "Big I" National Championship to her list of accolades.
Cheyenne Knight, Aledo, Texas (2015)
Knight, a Rolex Junior All-American, enters the field as defending champion of the KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior Open. The Alabama verbal-commit comes off the heels of a T7 showing at the Thunderbird International Junior in May 2013 and two top-10 finishes this season. She has five top-five career AJGA finishes on her resume and will seek out her second title this year.

2012 Results

KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior Open
Bella Vista Village (July 2 - 5, 2012)
Boys Division
1 Max Mcgreevy Edmond, Okla. 69–72–72—213
T2 Anthony Murdaca West Hindmarsh SA, Australia 82–67–70—219
T2 Brendon Jelley Tulsa, Okla. 71–73–75—219
4 Grant Hirschman Collierville, Tenn. 71–76–73—220
5 Connor Murphy Searcy, Ark. 78–75–68—221
Girls Division
1 Cheyenne Knight Aledo, Texas 70–75–71—216
2 Binny Lee Frisco, Texas 75–71–73—219
3 Summar Roachell Conway, Ark. 78–72–73—223
4 Madison Talley Dover, Ark. 78–73–75—226
5 Lindsey McCurdy Kyle, Texas 82–75–72—229

Media Accommodations

The KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior Open 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 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 more than 6,300 members from 48 states and more than 50 foreign countries. Through initiatives like the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant, a financial assistance program, and Leadership Links, a service-oriented platform that teaches juniors charitable-giving skills, the AJGA fosters the growth of golf’s next generation.

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 600 victories on the PGA and LPGA Tours. AJGA alumni include Jordan Spieth, Brandt Snedeker, Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson, Hunter Mahan, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Stacy Lewis, Vicky Hurst, Inbee Park, Paula Creamer, Cristie Kerr, Brittany Lincicome and Morgan Pressel.

Tournament field

- Bold indicates Arkansas native
Boys Division
Mason Adams Fayetteville, Ark.
Cole Alexander Placentia, Calif.
Nick Auer Wichita, Kan.
Camden Backel Madison, Miss.
Trevor Barton Rogers, Ark.
David Bennett Branson, Mo.
Nick Beyer Springdale, Ark.
Jacob Bishop Edmond, Okla.
Daniel Booker Jr. Dyersburg, Tenn.
Beau Briggs Covington, La.
Cooper Bryant Houston, Texas
JC Campbell Dallas, Texas
Michael Cogan Bentonville, Ark.
Preston Crawford Tulsa, Okla.
Ryan Crissman Shreveport, La.
Sam deBerardinis Shreveport, La.
Peter Dierks Leawood, Kan.
Christopher Eckes Fort Smith, Ark.
Austin Eckroat Edmond, Okla.
Ben Fernandez Southlake, Texas
Ethan Grace Russellville, Ark.
Jordan Griffith Madison, Ind.
Brett Hagan Edmond, Okla.
Andrew Haubenstricker Frisco, Texas
James Henderson Overland Park, Kan.
Lucas Hicks Milton, Mass.
Brent Hopper Haslet, Texas
Connor Houston Tulsa, Okla.
James Hubicz, Jr. Baton Rouge, La.
A. Alexander Hughes Tulsa, Okla.
Sam Humphreys Edmond, Okla.
Carter Irwin Dove Canyon, Calif.
Drew Ison Edmond, Okla.
Garrett Kelly Rogers, Ark.
Nathan King Overland Park, Kan.
Mike Kotthoff St. Louis, Mo.
Alim Ladha Oakville, Ontario
Zach Leisenring Rogers, Ark.
Fernando Lopez Butron Mexico, Mexico
Jose Luis Lopez Butron Mexico, Mexico
Turner Maclean Fort Worth, Texas
Clayton Malone Lincoln, Neb.
Garrett May Hope, Ark.
Cameron Mckinney Rogers, Ark.
Connor Neil Springdale, Ark.
Spencer Papciak Dunwoody, Ga.
Gage Parker El Dorado, Ark.
Casey Paul Owasso, Okla.
Griffin Peters Fountain Hills, Ariz.
Griffin Pierce Edmond, Okla.
Javier Prensa Weston, Fla.
Arjun Reddy Tulsa, Okla.
Noah Richardson Madison, Miss.
Robert Rickard Austin, Texas
Zachary Schaefer Edmond, Okla.
Matthew Schimenti Ridgefield, Conn.
Tyler See Corona del Mar, Calif.
Grant Seifried Aurora, Mo.
Evan Shartzer Overland Park, Kan.
Ian Simon Owings Mills, Md.
Ethan Smith Oklahoma City, Okla.
Henry Thompson Ruston, La.
Cody Troutman Edmond, Okla.
Jay Trusty Danville, Ark.
Eric Valenzuela Sachse, Texas
Tom Vining Sioux Falls, S.D.
Fisher Vollendorf Fayetteville, Ark.
Stephen Wall Madisonville, La.
Baron Weaver Springfield, Mo.
Nicholas Yuhas Joplin, Mo.
Girls Division
Taylor Black Warrensburg, Mo.
Taylor Boylan Tulsa, Okla.
Maria Fassi Pachuca Hidalgo, Mexico
Chandler Gallagher Kansas City, Mo.
Emily Gillman Austin, Texas
Kristen Gillman Austin, Texas
Kallie Gonzales Montgomery, Texas
Anna Kim Broken Arrow, Okla.
Ashley Kimbrough Clearwater Beach, Fla.
Cheyenne Knight Aledo, Texas
Jordy LaBarbera Allen, Texas
Timbrelee McNair Girard, Kan.
Kathryn Myers Plano, Texas
Maggie Neece Colleyville, Texas
Mackenzie Perez Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
Summar Roachell Conway, Ark.
Ana Ruiz Chihuahua Chihuahua, Mexico
Marla Souvannasing Tulsa, Okla.
Jean Tyrrell Leawood, Kan.
Hannah Ward Poteau, Okla.
Kelly Whaley Farmington, Conn.
Ariel Wixson Tulsa, Okla.
Jordan Wolf Lake Mary, Fla.
Sydney Youngblood Durant, Okla.