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Arnold Palmer Cup rankings show a mix of familiar and new names
The fall Arnold Palmer Cup Ranking for the 2020 matches were 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.

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.

The next Arnold Palmer Cup Ranking will be announced February 20.

Below are the current U.S. and International standings:

UNITED STATES

Men

Rank / Player / (School) / Percent
1 Peter Kuest (BYU) .9995
2 John Augenstein (Vanderbilt) .9971
3 Noah Goodwin (SMU) .9942
4 David Perkins (Illinois State) .9942
5 Jonathan Brightwell (UNC Greensboro) .9919
6 Kyle Hogan (Texas Tech) .9918
7 Quade Cummins (Oklahoma) .9904
8 Carson Berry (Oregon State) .9895
9 Garett Reband (Oklahoma) .9894
10 Justin Thompson (SMU) .9894
11 Cooper Dossey (Baylor) .9885
12 William Mouw (Pepperdine) .9885
13 Davis Thompson (Georgia) .9861
14 McClure Meissner (SMU) .9856
15 Eddy Lai (UCLA) .9856
16 Tyler Strafaci (Georgia Tech) .9856
17 Rhett Rasmussen (BYU) .9847
18 Evan Katz (Duke) .9846
19 Sahith Theegala (Pepperdine) .9832
20 Philip Barbaree (LSU) .9822
21 Hunter Epson (Long Beach State) .9808
22 Luke Schniederjans (Georgia Tech) .9808
23 Christopher Gotterup (Rutgers) .9799
24 Trent Phillips (Georgia) .9775
25 Jack Rhea (ETSU) .9770

Women

Rank / Player / (School) / Percent
1 Kaitlyn Papp (Texas) .9971
2 Allisen Corpuz (Southern California) .9930
3 Rachel Kuehn (Wake Forest) .9872
4 Kenzie Wright (Alabama) .9867
5 Kaitlin Milligan (Oklahoma) .9861
6 Allyson Geer Park (Michigan State) .9814
7 Natalie Srinivasan (Furman) .9809
8 Jensen Castle (Kentucky) .9797
9 Emilee Hoffman (Texas) .9790
10 Emilia Migliaccio (Wake Forest) .9762
11 Julia Johnson (Ole Miss) .9734
12 Tristyn Nowlin (Illinois) .9726
13 Latanna Stone (LSU) .9692
14 Courtney Dow (Texas A&M) .9689
15 Addison Baggarly (Florida) .9675
16 Gina Kim (Duke) .9668
17 Auston Kim (Vanderbilt) .9658
18 Alyaa Abulghany (Southern California) .9651
19 Gurleen Kaur (Baylor) .9634
20 Kennedy Swann (Ole Miss) .9629
21 Lauren Hartlage (Louisville) .9618
22 Ivy Shepherd (Clemson) .9615
23 Louise Yu (Vanderbilt) .9607
24 Nicole Whitson (Tennessee) .9599
25 Malia Nam (Southern California) .9597

INTERNATIONAL

Men

Rank / Player / (School)(Country) / Percent
1 Adrien Pendaries (Duke) (France) .9971
2 Sandy Scott (Texas Tech) (Scotland) .9918
3 Jack Trent (UNLV) (Australia) .9914
4 Matthew Anderson (San Francisco) (Canada) .9856
5 John Axelsen (Florida) (Denmark) .9818
6 Mark Power (Wake Forest) (Ireland) .9775
7 Yuxin Lin (Southern California) (China) .9745
8 Bryan Wiyang Teoh (UCLA) (Malaysia) .9707
9 Pontus Nyholm (Campbell) (Sweden) .9698
10 William Buhl (Arkansas) (Norway) .9693
11 Angus Flanagan (Minnesota) (England) .9650
12 Guillaume Fanonnel (ULM) (France) .9649
13 Jovan Rebula (Auburn) (South Africa) .9645
14 Rhys Nevin (Tennessee) (England) .9630
15 Jamie Li (Florida State) (England) .9625
16 Julian Perico (Arkansas) (Peru) .9611
17 Paul Foulquie (UMKC) (France) .9592
18 Jack Dyer (CSU Fullerton) (England) .9573
19 Alex Fitzpatrick (Wake Forest) (England) .9572
20 Matthias Schmid (Louisville) (Germany) .9558
21 Kieran Vincent (Liberty) (Zimbabwe) .9533
22 Puwit Anupansuebsai (San Diego State) (Thailand) .9529
23 Eugenio Chacarra (Wake Forest) (Spain) .9520
24 Parathakorn Suyasri (Colorado State) (Thailand) .9516
25 Sarut Vongchaisit (Ole Miss) (Thailand) .9342

Women

Rank / Player / (School) / Percent
1 Angeline Ye (Stanford) (China) .9965
2 Pimnipa Panthong (Kent State) (Thailand) .9948
3 Sophie Guo (Texas) (China) .9948
4 Linn Grant (Arizona State) (Sweden) .9943
5 P. Roussin-Bouchard (South Carolina) (France) .9936
6 Yu-Sang Hou (Arizona) (Taiwan) .9902
7 Vivian Hou (Arizona) (Taiwan) .9902
8 Sofia Garcia (Texas Tech) (Paraguay) .9896
9 Ingrid Lindblad (LSU) (Sweden) .9889
10 Karoline Stormo (Kent State) (Norway) .9878
11 Isabella Fierro (Oklahoma State) (Mexico) .9877
12 Siyun Liu (Wake Forest) (China) .9862
13 Caterina Don (Georgia) (Italy) .9846
14 Paz Marfa Sans (Michigan State) (Spain) .9843
15 Jaravee Boonchant (Duke) (Thailand) .9797
16 Lois Kaye Go (South Carolina) (Philippines) .9796
17 Aline Krauter (Stanford) (Germany) .9790
18 Sara Kjellker (San Diego State) (Sweden) .9785
19 Angelica Moresco (Alabama) (Italy) .9785
20 Priscilla Schmid (Indiana) (Uruguay) .9775
21 Caley McGinty (Kent State) (England) .9773
22 Karen Fredgaard (Houston) (Denmark) .9763
23 Ana Belac (Duke) (Slovenia) .9757
24 Renate Grimstad (Miami) (Norway) .9750
25 Sara Kouskova (Texas) (Czech Republic) .9740

ABOUT THE Palmer Cup

The annual Ryder Cup-style competition features top men and women collegiate players from the United States against their International counterparts.

Each team will be comprised of 12 men's and 12 women's golfers. Day one will feature Mixed Four-Ball competition, day two will see Mixed Foursomes in the morning and Four-Ball in the afternoon, with 24 singles matches on the final day.

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