JUNIOR ALL-STAR AT PENN STATE
Penn State Golf Course
State College, Pa. • June 27 - 30

Media Score STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Final results from the Junior All-Star at Penn State conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Penn State Golf Course.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6709. Rating: 72.4. Slope: 134
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 5985. Rating: 74.8. Slope: 137

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Austin Connelly
2015
Irving, Texas 69-71-68--208
2 Randall Herriott
2013
Brandywine, Md. 70-72-68--210
3 Kyle Sterbinsky
2015
Yardley, Pa. 73-70-71--214
4 Cole Berman
2014
Rosemont, Pa. 76-69-70--215
5 Timothy Colanta
2015
Reunion, Fla. 75-75-68--218
T6 Conor Rodrigues
2014
Kingston, Ontario 75-78-67--220
6 Jake Shuman
2014
Needham, Mass. 76-74-70--220
6 Mert Selamet
2013
Dublin, Ohio 73-73-74--220
9 Douglas Kulikowski
2014
Pittsford, N.Y. 72-74-75--221
T10 Luke Farley
2014
Durham, N.C. 71-76-76--223
10 Zach Stark
2013
Livingston, N.J. 77-68-78--223
10 William Register
2014
Burlington, N.C. 70-76-77--223
10 Calvin Beckwith
2014
Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 72-75-76--223
T14 Chris Yeom
2015
New Hyde Park, N.Y. 73-74-77--224
14 Will Bernstein
2014
New York, N.Y. 77-76-71--224
14 Yidong Zhang
2015
(Canada) Orlando, Fla. 72-77-75--224
17 Patrick McDonnell
2014
Pittsburgh, Pa. 74-72-79--225
T18 Austin James
2013
Bath, Ontario 74-74-78--226
18 Jonathan Rector
2015
Hendersonville, N.C. 76-79-71--226
20 Wes Artac
2014
Kingwood, Texas 77-76-74--227
T21 Chandler Morris
2016
Southbury, Conn. 78-75-76--229
21 Matt Holuta
2014
Indiana, Pa. 81-71-77--229
21 John YounSung Kim
2014
(South Korea) Toronto, Ontario 76-72-81--229
21 Jake Reilly
2015
Hershey, Pa. 77-75-77--229
21 Matt Barto
2014
Leechburg, Pa. 74-73-82--229
T26 Hartej Gill
2014
Monroe Township, N.J. 78-79-73--230
26 Zach Mosholder
2014
Tallmadge, Ohio 76-80-74--230
T28 Evan Sommer
2013
Pittsburgh, Pa. 78-76-77--231
28 Willis Huynh
2014
Syosset, N.Y. 75-79-77--231
T30 Miguel Collado
2015
Xalapa, Mexico 76-80-76--232
30 Vincent Palazzolo
2014
Colts Neck, N.J. 81-76-75--232
T32 Tyler Olmsted
2015
Boyds, Md. 71-84-78--233
32 Nicholas Rencis
2015
Long Valley, N.J. 80-76-77--233
T34 Jalen Griffin
2014
Ambler, Pa. 77-78-79--234
34 Nathan Tenpas
2014
Chevy Chase, Md. 75-84-75--234
T36 Brett Pompeani
2014
Aliquippa, Pa. 77-80-78--235
36 Eric Austin
2014
Northford, Conn. 76-77-82--235
T38 Ross Robison
2014
Wilmington, N.C. 77-80-79--236
38 Ryan Crissman
2014
Shreveport, La. 79-80-77--236
38 Sam Ignatuk
2013
Boonton, N.J. 79-83-74--236
T41 Brandon Greenplate
2014
York, Pa. 77-80-80--237
41 Sun Kim
2017
L'Ile-Perrot, Quebec 84-77-76--237
41 Bennett Wisner
2014
Hampstead, Md. 77-80-80--237
T44 Steven DiLisio
2016
Swampscott, Mass. 76-83-79--238
44 Andy Butler
2014
Lititz, Pa. 80-79-79--238
46 Austin Koleszar
2013
Howell, Mich. 76-82-81--239
T47 Ethan DeForest
2014
Cottikill, N.Y. 75-84-81--240
47 Chad McCann
2015
Haymarket, Va. 79-78-83--240
47 Gilbert Chang
2015
Smithtown, N.Y. 82-80-78--240
50 David Hicks
2015
Cape May Court House, N.J. 82-78-81--241
T51 Zak Procida
2013
Pittsburgh, Pa. 86-76-80--242
51 Matthew Moore
2014
Pittsburgh, Pa. 76-81-85--242
51 David Kocher
2014
Charlotte, N.C. 81-82-79--242
51 Bret Howey
2014
Nazareth, Pa. 79-78-85--242
T55 Benjamin Warner
2014
Weston, Mass. 83-81-80--244
55 Thomas Fricke
2014
Haymarket, Va. 80-89-75--244
57 Davis Holman
2014
Yorba Linda, Calif. 86-75-84--245
58 Eamon Marone
2013
Belvidere, N.J. 79-85-82--246
59 Justin Zheng
2015
Belle Mead, N.J. 87-84-76--247
60 Frank Szucs
2013
Brookside, N.J. 85-88-75--248
61 Colin Deery
2013
Lancaster, Pa. 83-84-84--251
62 Brett Pusateri
2013
East Amherst, N.Y. 83-85-84--252
63 Buzz Ganow
2014
Haymarket, Va. 83-86-84--253
64 Austin Rivet
2014
Howell, Mich. 89-78-87--254
65 Parth Ahuja
2013
Monmouth Junction, N.J. 84-84-88--256
T66 Aaron Persily
2014
Charleston, W.Va. 80-92-93--265
66 Michael Herrera
2015
Houston, Texas 83-87-95--265
68 Brian Carty
2014
Jamaica, N.Y. 92-89-85--266
69 Victor Adamson
2014
Silver Spring, Md. 97-89-83--269
70 Jack Klein
2016
Bethesda, Md. 101-90-90--281
-
Drew Lagan
2014
Roanoke, Va.
81-DQ - Rule 6-3a
-
Harrison Schreider
2013
Basking Ridge, N.J.
77-78-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Isabella DiLisio
2015
Hatfield, Pa. 73-71-74--218
2 Jackie Rogowicz
2015
Yardley, Pa. 74-75-76--225
3 Bryana Nguyen
2014
Columbia, Md. 68-85-73--226
4 Julie Luo
2015
Centreville, Va. 76-79-73--228
5 Binny Lee
2017
Frisco, Texas 78-76-75--229
6 Libby Thomas
2013
Midland, Texas 78-80-72--230
7 Emily Mills
2014
Farmingdale, N.J. 77-75-79--231
8 Cheyenne Knight
2015
Aledo, Texas 72-82-78--232
9 Jacqueline Setas
2014
East Lansing, Mich. 77-78-78--233
10 Anna Kim
2014
Broken Arrow, Okla. 79-81-74--234
11 Landrie Grace
2015
Canton, Ohio 77-79-79--235
12 Shannon Brooks
2015
Vienna, Va. 75-81-82--238
13 Abby Lim
2015
Tenafly, N.J. 73-84-86--243
14 Jordan McKelvin
2015
Westminster, Md. 87-83-80--250
15 Catherine McEvoy
2016
Riverside, Conn. 84-82-85--251
16 Lauren Waller
2015
Canonsburg, Pa. 82-90-80--252
17 Joey Walz
2015
Pittsburgh, Pa. 79-85-89--253
18 Franca Hurtado
2016
Macungie, Pa. 86-87-87--260
19 Jennifer Lee
2013
Rochester, N.Y. 90-89-86--265
20 Courtney Shutt
2014
Dover, Ohio 93-91-88--272
21 Kelly Schwemmer
2013
Arnold, Md. 89-93-91--273
22 Megan McLean
2016
Lebanon, N.J. 92-91-96--279
23 Christian Arn
2016
Maysville, Ky. 97-91-92--280
-
Jane Hopkinson-Wood
2014
Pottstown, Pa.
86-88-JWD
 

Connelly Wins Second Consecutive Event at Junior All-Star at Penn State
DiLisio wins first AJGA event at Penn State Golf Course

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Austin Connelly of Las Colinas, Texas, went wire-to-wire to win the Junior All-Star at Penn State with a tournament total of 8-under-par 208. Isabella DiLisio of Hatfield, Pa., held on to her second round lead to win the Girls Division with a final score of 2-over-par 218.

The Junior All-Star at Penn State was a 54-hole, stroke play event conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Penn State Golf Course — Blue Course in State College, Pa. The tournament field consisted of 96 players, 72 boys and 24 girls, from 18 states, Mexico and Canada. The Boys Division played the par-72 course at 6,709 yards and the Girls Division played at 5,985 yards.

Connelly won his second consecutive Junior All-Star event, after winning the Junior All-Star at Hilton Head last week. Starting with No. 9, he had 4 birdies in a row.

“I started off with a birdie after a 30-foot putt, so I felt good from the beginning,” Connelly said. “It feels great to win an AJGA event, especially for the second week in a row. I've been working on my swing, and everything is coming together.”

Finishing in second place for the tournament was Randall Herriott of Brandywine, Md., shooting a tournament total of 6-under-par 210. In third place was Kyle Sterbinsky of Yardley, Pa., with a final score of 2-under-par 214. Cole Berman of Rosemont, Pa., finished fourth with a score of 1-under-par 215. Rounding out the top five for the Boys Division was Timothy Colanta of Monroe Township, N.J., with a 2-over-par 218.

In the Girls Division, DiLisio had four birdies on the day to hold on to win her second AJGA event this week.

“I am really excited because this week was my first experience with the AJGA,” DiLisio said. “I played really well all week, so I'm pretty excited and honored to bring home the trophy.”

Finishing second in the Girls Division with a score of 9-over-par 225 was Jackie Rogowicz of Yardley, Pa. Rounding out the top three was Bryana Nguyen with a tournament total of 10-over-par 226.

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For more information on the Junior All-Star at Penn State, please contact the National Headquarters at (770) 868-4200.

 
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1. Sam Burns
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Reunion, FL
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Weekly Results
AJGA Girls Championship
Girls
Total
1
Lauren Stephenson
210
T
2
Lilia Vu
213
T
2
Kelly Whaley
213
The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf
Boys
Total
1
Sam Horsfield
213
T
2
Brad Dalke
214
T
2
Kristian Caparros
214
Sunriver Junior Open
Boys
Total
1
Norman Xiong
203
T
2
Aaron Whalen
205
T
2
Cole Madey
205
Girls
Total
1
Janet Zhang
218
2
Amanjoty Sangha
219
3
Sarah Rhee
220
Sunriver Junior All-Star
Boys
Total
1
Joseph Chun
201
2
John Sand
207
3
Sean Yi
209
Girls
Total
1
*Hayeon Yun
212
2
Briana Chacon
212
3
Euna Han
215
CorseMax / Philadelphia Runner Junior
Boys
Total
1
John Lazor
215
2
Paul Lei
218
3
Ambrose Abbracciamento
219
Girls
Total
1
Brynn Walker
215
2
Jackie Rogowicz
220
3
Kelly Sim
221
* Won via sudden-death playoff
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