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Fall Arnold Palmer Cup Rankings Released
Justin Suh sits atop the U.S. men's rankings <br>(USC Athletics Photo)
Justin Suh sits atop the U.S. men's rankings
(USC Athletics Photo)
NORMAN, OK (November 16, 2017) - The fall Arnold Palmer Cup Ranking for the 2018 event at Evian Resort Golf Club was released today. 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 July 6-8. The 2018 Arnold Palmer Cup will be the first using the expanded format of United States men’s and women’s collegiate golfers versus their counterparts from around the world.

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.

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.


UNITED STATES

MEN

1 Justin Suh (USC) .9986
2 Davis Riley (Alabama) .9985
3 Steven Fisk (Georgia Southern) .9981
4 Brandon Wu (Stanford) .9961
5 Doug Ghim (Texas) .9951
6 Zach Bauchou (Oklahoma State) .9951
7 Hayden Shieh (Santa Clara) .9942
8 Collin Morikawa (California) .9937
9 Braden Bailey (Baylor) .9927
10 Chandler Phillips (Texas A&M) .9917
11 Matthew Wolfe (Oklahoma State) .9912
12 Shintaro Ban (UNLV) .9893
13 Will Zalatoris (Wake Forest) .9893
14 Brad Dalke (Oklahoma) .9893
15 Philip Knowles (North Florida) .9888
16 Bryson Nimmer (Clemson) .9873
17 Dawson Armstrong (Lipscomb) .9869
18 Patrick Fishburn (BYU) .9864
19 Will Gordon (Vanderbilt) .9863
20 Hayden Buckley (Missouri) .9849
21 Kyle Mueller (Michigan) .9844
22 Mason Overstreet (Arkansas) .9839
23 Theo Humphrey (Vanderbilt) .9819
24 Garrett May (Baylor) .9814
25 Norman Xiong (Oregon) .9800

WOMEN

1 Lauren Stephenson (Alabama) .9994
2 Andrea Lee (Stanford) .9988
3 Lilia Vu (UCLA) .9988
4 Sophia Shubert (Texas) .9971
5 Kristen Gillman (Alabama .9947
6 Emilia Migliaccio (Wake Forest) .9941
7 Jennifer Kupcho (Wake Forest) .9935
8 Maddie McCrary (Oklahoma State) .9929
9 Alana Uriell (Arkansas) .9929
10 Robynn Ree (USC) .9923
11 Dylan Kim (Arkansas) .9911
12 Natalie Srinivasan (Furman) .9906
13 Bethany Wu (UCLA) .9888
14 Sarah Burnham (Michigan State) .9870
15 Mariel Galdiano (UCLA) .9852
16 Elsa Moberly (Eastern Kentucky) .9835
17 Hannah Kim (Northwestern) .9805
18 Mika Liu (Stanford) .9799
19 Kenzie Neisen (Oklahoma State) .9770
20 Anna Redding (Virginia) .9757
21 Emilee Hoffman (Texas) .9752
22 Beth Lillie (Virginia) .9752
23 Cheyenne Knight (Alabama) .9751
24 Amanda Doherty (Florida State) .9697
25 Kaitlyn Papp (Texas) .9680

INTERNATIONAL

MEN

1 Fredrik Nilehn (Texas Tech-Sweden) .9858
2 Harry Ellis (Florida State-England) .9834
3 Jovan Rebula (Auburn-South Africa) .9790
4 Peng Pichaikool (Mississippi State-Thailand) .9775
5 Alvaro Ortiz (Arkansas-Mexico) .9712
6 Carl Yuan (Washington-China) .9678
7 Stefano Mazzoli (TCU-Italy) .9663
8 Lukas Euler (Kentucky-Germany) .9653
9 Matthias Schmid (Louisville-Germany) .9624
10 Ivan Ramirez (Texas Tech-Colombia) .9599
11 Hurly Long (Texas Tech-Germany) .9594
12 Simon Zach (Louisville-Czech Republic) .9577
13 Viktor Hovland (Oklahoma State-Norway) .9574
14 KK Limbhasut (California-Thailand) .9563
15 Jesper Svensson (Campbell-Sweden) .9551
16 Alex Del Rey (Arizona State-Spain) .9547
17 Alejandro Tosti (Florida-Argentina) .9527
18 Lorenzo Scalise (Tennessee-Italy) .9496
19 Kristoffer Ventura (Oklahoma State-Norway) .9496
20 Harry Hall (UNLV-England) .9452
21 Pavan Sagoo (Saint Mary’s-England) .9404
22 Grant Booth (Nevada-Australia) .9395
23 Paul McBride (Wake Forest-Ireland) .9369
24 Denzel Ieremia (Iowa State-New Zealand) .9340
25 Conor Purcell (Charlotte-Ireland) .9311

WOMEN

1 Maria Fassi (Arkansas-Mexico) .9965
2 Leona Maguire (Duke-Ireland) .9959
3 Linnea Strom (Arizona State-Sweden) .9923
4 Patty Tavatanakit (UCLA-Thailand) .9917
5 Maddie Szeryk (Texas A&M-Canada) .9882
6 Leonie Harm (Houston-Germany) .9876
7 Jaravee Boonchant (Duke-Thailand) .9864
8 Ainhoa Olarra (South Carolina-Spain) .9852
9 Dewi Weber (Miami-Netherlands) .9846
10 Paz Marfa Sans (Michigan State-Spain) .9817
11 Robyn Choi (Colorado-Australia) .9811
12 Olivia Mehaffey (Arizona State-Northern Ireland) .9811
13 Julienne Soo (Oklahoma-Australia) .9752
14 Alice Hewson (Clemson-England) .9740
15 Kirsty Hodgkins (Colorado-Australia) .9711
16 Ana Belac (Duke-Slovenia) .9711
17 Siyun Liu (Wake Forest-China) .9704
18 Wenyung Keh (Washington-New Zealand) .9704
19 Hee Ying Loy (East Tennessee State-Malaysia) .9699
20 Pimnipa Panthong (Kent State-Thailand) .9668
21 Albane Valenzuela (Stanford-Switzerland) .9656
22 Muni He (USC-China) .9633
23 Michaela Finn (Kent State-Sweden) .9621
24 Celia Barquin Arozamena (Iowa State-Spain) .9615
25 Morgane Metraux (Florida State-Switzerland) .9609
ABOUT THE Palmer Cup

The annual Ryder Cup-style competition features top collegiate players from the United States against their counterparts from Europe. Each team will now be comprised of 10 players. The event will continue to feature 24 matches with every player required to compete twice. Players must participate in either the four-ball or foursomes matches and in one of the two rounds of singles matches.

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