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First Arnold Palmer Cup rankings of the spring released
The Golf Coaches Association of America released its first Arnold Palmer Cup Rankings of 2020. The top six golfers from the final spring ranking from both the United States and International men and women will be among the 24 individuals selected to compete at Lahinch Golf Club, July 3-5, 2020.

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.

On March 4, during the PGA Tour's during the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the committee will announce the first three men and women selections from each side.

The next Arnold Palmer Cup Ranking will be announced March 5.

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

UNITED STATES

Men

Rank / Player / (School) / Percent
1 William Mouw (Pepperdine) .9954
2 Noah Goodwin (SMU) .9949
3 Sahith Theegala (Pepperdine) .9944
4 Jonathan Brightwell (UNC Greensboro) .9944
5 John Pak (Florida State) .9925
6 Trent Phillips (Georgia) .9902
7 Justin Thompson (SMU) .9897
8 Evan Katz (Duke) .9897
9 Rhett Rasmussen (BYU) .9874
10 Pierceson Coody (Texas) .9874
11 David Perkins (Illinois State) .9870
12 McClure Meissner (SMU) .9869
13 Andy Ogletree (Georgia Tech) .9869
14 Christopher Gotterup (Rutgers) .9860
15 William Paysse (Texas A&M) .9851
16 Ricky Castillo (Florida) .9837
17 Davis Thompson (Georgia) .9832
18 Nolan Ray (Lipscomb) .9828
19 Jack Rhea (ETSU) .9827
20 Derek Castillo (Fullerton) .9818
21 Palmer Jackson (Notre Dame) .9818
22 Walker Lee (Texas A&M) .9813
23 Peter Kuest (BYU) .9805
24 Ryan Burnett (North Carolina) .9804
25 Trevor Werbylo (Arizona) .9767

Women

Rank / Player / (School) / Percent
1 Kaitlyn Papp (Texas) .9966
2 Rachel Kuehn (Wake Forest) .9914
3 Natalie Srinivasan (Furman) .9910
4 Emilia Migliaccio (Wake Forest) .9881
5 Kaitlin Milligan (Oklahoma) .9864
6 Kenzie Wright (Alabama) .9830
7 Julia Johnson (Ole Miss) .9784
8 Amanda Doherty (Florida State) .9772
9 Addison Baggarly (Florida) .9727
10 Allyson Geer-Park (Michigan State) .9721
11 Jensen Castle (Kentucky) .9676
12 Gina Kim (Duke) .9658
13 Lauren Hartlage (Louisville) .9649
14 Gurleen Kaur (Baylor) .9647
15 Ivy Shepherd (Clemson) .9646
16 Riley Smith (Virginia) .9628
17 Ashley Gilliam (Mississippi St.) .9628
18 Kennedy Swann (Ole Miss) .9614
19 Latanna Stone (LSU) .9586
20 Ellie Slama (Oregon St.) .9574
21 Malia Nam (Southern California) .9476
22 Courtney Dow (Texas A&M) .9467
23 Louise Yu (Vanderbilt) .9462
24 Ami Gianchandani (Yale) .9409
25 Auston Kim (Vanderbilt) .9403

INTERNATIONAL

Men

Rank / Player / (School)(Country) / Percent
1 Adrien Pendaries (Duke) (France) .9981
2 Sandy Scott (Texas Tech) (Scotland) .9930
3 Mark Power (Wake Forest) (Ireland) .9851
4 Jack Trent (UNLV) (Australia) .9832
5 Matthew Anderson (San Francisco) (Canada) .9799
6 Angus Flanagan (Minnesota) (England) .9757
7 Jack Dyer (Fullerton) (England) .9748
8 Alex Fitzpatrick (Wake Forest) (England) .9715
9 Jamie Li (Florida State) (England) .9687
10 Matthias Schmid (Louisville) (Germany) .9645
11 Paul Foulquie (UMKC) (France) .9640
12 Parathakorn Suyasri (Colorado State) (Thailand) .9636
13 Puwit Anupansuebsai (San Diego State) (Thailand) .9617
14 Henry Lee (Washington) (Canada) .9596
15 Pontus Nyholm (Campbell) (Sweden) .9590
16 Eugenio Chacarra (Wake Forest) (Spain) .9575
17 Chun An Yu (Arizona State) (Taiwan) .9561
18 Markus Braadlie (Texas Tech) (Norway) .9551
19 Kieran Vincent (Liberty) (Zimbabwe) .9546
20 John Murphy (Louisville) (Ireland) .9539
21 Yuxin Lin (Southern California) (China) .9527
22 David Puig Corrius (Arizona State) (Spain) .9494
23 Julian Perico (Arkansas) (Peru) .9486
24 Bryan Wiyang Teoh (UCLA) (Malaysia) .9471
25 Segundo Oliva Pin (UNCW) (Argentina) .9454

Women

Rank / Player / (School)(Country) / Percent
1 Sophie Guo (Texas) (China) .9972
2 Ingrid Lindblad (LSU) (Sweden) .9970
3 Vivian Hou (Arizona) (Taiwan) .9966
4 P. Roussin-Bouchard (South Carolina) (France) .9960
5 Linn Grant (Arizona State) (Sweden) .9949
6 Emma Spitz (UCLA) (Austria) .9915
7 Aline Krauter (Stanford) (Germany) .9909
8 Sofia Garcia (Texas Tech) (Paraguay) .9904
9 Yu-Sang Hou (Arizona) (Taiwan) .9898
10 Angelina Ye (Stanford) (China) .9852
11 Jaravee Boonchant (Duke) (Thailand) .9840
12 Kaleigh Telfer (Auburn) (South Africa) .9837
13 Caterina Don (Georgia) (Italy) .9832
14 Priscilla Schmid (Indiana) (Uruguay) .9820
15 Isabella Fierro (Oklahoma State) (Mexico) .9818
16 Ya Chun Chang (Arizona) (Taiwan) .9816
17 Sofie Kaibsga Nielsen (Oregon) (Denmark) .9806
18 Alyaa Abdulghany (Southern California) (Malaysia) .9801
19 Lois Kaye Go (South Carolina) (Philippines) .9778
20 Renate Grimstad (Miami) (Norway) .9773
21 Natasha Andrea Oon (San Jose State) (Malaysia) .9772
22 Sara Kjellker (San Diego State) (Sweden) .9767
23 Olivia Mehaffey (Arizona St.) (Northern Ireland).9743
24 Momoka Kobori (Pepperdine) (New Zealand) .9736
25 Elodie Chapelet (Baylor) (France) .9733

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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