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Indonesia’s Roumimper, Singapore’s Ng second round leaders


2015WWCShaynaNg.jpg2016PWBA13DiandraAsbaty.jpgIndonesia’s Tannya Roumimper and Singapore’s Shayna Ng lead a field of 142 players at the U.S. Women’s Open after the second round of qualifying Wednesday at The Stardust Bowl in Addison, Illinois.

Roumimper (pictured above) has a two-day pinfall total of 3,422, an average of 213,87 for 16 games, and Ng (left) is 60 pins behind in second place with 3,362.

Diandra Asbaty (right) of Chicago kept pace and sits in third at 3,355. First-round leader Amanda Greene of Romney, West Virginia, and New Hui Fen of Singapore are tied for fourth 3,346.

Asbaty spent Wednesday morning getting her kids dressed and had to head out right after her qualifying round to pick them up from school. She said the day felt like a normal day.

“I just feel comfortable and I don’t know if it’s because I can sleep in my own bed and go home to my kids,” Asbaty said. “It’s hard being on the road with the responsibilities. Even though I still have responsibilities because I’m home, it just feels a little different. I just hope the feeling lasts throughout week, I can make good shots, good moves and keep moving up.”

Asbaty is coming off a second-place finish at the PBA/PWBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles in Houston. She teamed with Jason Belmonte and said she was able to work out a couple of things in her game and came out of the event feeling sharper.

Asbaty also came into the U.S. Women’s Open with a specific game plan, knowing if she just puts together a few doubles then she can shoot 220s. That mentality keeps her more at ease. “I’m a good example that you don’t really need to shoot 250s, 260s,” Asbaty said. “I’ve just been consistent for two days and hopefully that continues.”

Roumimper recently returned to the United States after bowling in Korea and Hong Kong, where she finished third at the Hong Kong International Open.

“I’ve been working so hard on my mental game lately,” she said. “We still have eight games tomorrow, so I just want to be in my zone when I bowl in those eight games, just focus and bowl – don’t think ahead, or think what happened before.”

2016USWomensOpenLogo.jpgThe U.S. Women’s Open continues Thursday with the third and final eight-game qualifying block before the field is cut to the top third for eight more games on Friday. After 32 games, the top 24 will advance to round-robin match play to determine the five finalists for Sunday’s stepladder that will be televised live on CBS Sports Network at 11 a.m. Eastern.

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2016 U.S. Women’s Open – Second Round Standings

Players with position, hometown and 16-game total; a denotes non-member

Full Results

1, Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, 3,422; 2, Shayna Ng, Singapore, 3,362; 3, Diandra Asbaty, Chicago, IL, 3,355; 4, (tie) New Hui Fen, Singapore, and Amanda Greene, Romney, WV, 3,346; 6, Kelly Kulick, Union, NJ, 3,343;

7, Jennifer Higgins, Westerville, OH, 3,326; 8, Bryanna Cote, Red Rock, AZ, 3,300; 9, Jodi Woessner, Oregon, OH, 3,299; 10, Danielle McEwan, Stony Point, NY, 3,276; 11, Kerry Smith, Lititz, PA, 3,271; 12, Sydney Brummett (a), Fort Wayne, IN, 3,257; 13, Jazreel Tan, Singapore, 3,255;

14, Lynda Barnes, Double Oak, TX, 3,252; 15, Shannon Pluhowsky, Dayton, OH, 3,251; 16, Valerie Calberry (a), Derry, NH, 3,250; 17, Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, NY, 3,249; 18, (tie) Rocio Restrepo, Louisville, OH, and Shalin Zulkifli, Malaysia, 3,240; 20, Clara Guerrero, Pflugerville, TX, 3,236;

21, Summer Jasmin, Beckley, WV, 3,235; 22, Maria Rodriguez, Austin, TX, 3,234; 23, Marcia Kloempken (a), Pleasant View, UT, 3,233; 24, Jodi Gawlik (a), Schaumburg, IL, 3,228; 25, Megan Kelly, Dayton, OH, 3,216; 26, Erin McCarthy, Omaha, NE, 3,212; 27, Leanne Hulsenberg, Pleasant View, UT, 3,210;

28, April Ellis, Wichita, KS, 3,206; 29, Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, Keller, TX, 3,202; 30, Chenoa Rhoades (a), Wichita, KS, 3,200; 31, Allie Ijams, Wichita, KS, 3,195; 32, Josie Earnest, Nashville, TN, 3,191; 33, Shannon Sellens (a), Copiague, NY, 3,188; 34, Ashly Galante, Palm Harbor, FL, 3,187;

35, Daria Pajak (a), Poland, 3,183; 36, Kamilah Dammers, Aruba, 3,179; 37, Brandi Branka, Momence, IL, 3,178; 38, Amanda Cortese (a), Hoffman Estates, IL, 3,174; 39, Missy Parkin, Laguna Hills, CA, 3,172; 40, Diana Zavjalova, Latvia, 3,169; 41, Natalie Cortese, Hoffman Estates, IL, 3,161;

42, Kaidee Sutphin, Mount Dora, FL, 3,158; 43, Kristina Szczerbinski, North Tonawanda, NY, 3,152; 44, Sarah Lokker, New Baltimore, MI, 3,136; 45, Elysia Current, Ephrata, PA, 3,124; 46, Johanna Puentes (a), Colombia, 3,119; 47, Sammi Hagerman (a), Loves Park, IL, 3,105

Cut line

48, Pamela Alvarez, Ensenada, CA, 3,100; 49, Stefanie Johnson, Grand Prairie, TX, 3,096; 50, Liz Kuhlkin, Schenectady, NY, 3,093; 51, Stephanie Martins, Brazil, 3,090; 52, Mariana Ayala, Euless, TX, 3,088; 53, Maggie Suchoski (a), East Moline, IL, 3,072; 54, (tie) Nicole Bower, Camp Hill, PA, and Lauren Pate, Inver Grove Heights, MN, 3,064;

56, Shannon O’Keefe, O’Fallon, IL, 3,058; 57, Sabrena Divis, Gillette, WY, 3,057; 58, Anggie Ramirez-Perea, Austin, TX, 3,046; 59, Courtney Johnston (a), Joliet, IL, 3,043; 60, Sandra Andersson (a), Sweden, 3,037; 61, Sandra Gongora, Mexico, 3,036; 62, Kristin Quah, Singapore, 3,034;

63, Ingellimar Beasley, Clarksville, TN, 3,032; 64, Kayla Bandy, Salisbury, MD, 3,031; 65, Brittany Smith (a), Des Moines, IA, 3,030; 66, Brooke Bower, Camp Hill, PA, 3,029; 67, Trisha Reid (a), Columbus, OH, 3,028; 68, Daria Kovalova, Wichita, KS, 3,026; 69, (tie) Aumi Guerra, Dominican Republic and Cherie Tan, Singapore, 3,024;

71, Amanda Van Duyn (a), Whitewater, WI, 3,023; 72, Kayla Crawford (a), Silvis, IL, 3,021; 73, Torrie Decker (a), Chicago, IL, 3,019; 74, Megan Szczepanski (a), Lockport, IL, 3,018; 75, (tie) Anneli Blomqvist, Sweden and Sierra Kanemoto (a), Riverside, OH, 3,014;

77, (tie) Anne Marie Duggan, Edmonds, OK and Ashley Rucker, Bartlesville, OK, 3,013; 79, Jessica Abel (a), Rose Hill, KS, 3,012; 80, (tie) Brittany Himmelreich, Cressona, PA, and Lindsay Boomershine, Perry, UT, 3,009; 82, Kristin Nieter (a), Homewood, IL, 3,004; 83, Blair Blumenscheid, Columbus, OH, 3,003;

84, Heather Melvin, Sioux Falls, SD, 3,002; 85, Samantha Schaden, Baltimore, MD, 2,997; 86, (tie) Kalynn Carl Albany, NY, and Kayla Johnson, Washington, IL, 2,993; 88, Julie Oczepek, Reese, MI, 2,988; 89, Karen Marcano, Venezuela, 2,986; 90, (tie) Taylor Bailey (a), Joliet, IL and Katherine Sulaitis (a), St. Charles, IL, 2,983;

92, Tara Quinlan, (a) Streamwood, IL, 2,980; 93, Nina Flack (a), Sweden, 2,979; 94, Alice Krucek (a), Hammond, IN, 2,967; 95, Jackie Carbonetto, Blauvelt, NY, 2,964; 96, (tie) Dayna Mackie (a), Glendale Heights, IL, and Cassandra Leuthold, Black Hawk, SD, 2,963;

98, Jes Lesagonicz, Atlanta, GA, 2,956; 99, Gabby Mayfield, Lake Isabella, CA, 2,936; 100, Juliana Franco (a), Colombia, 2,933; 101, Cassandra Hoehnen, Sussex, WI, 2,927; 102, Victoria Johansson (a), Sweden, 2,924; 103, Michelle Bowden-Calhoun, Flossmoor, IL, 2,923; 104, Jordan Newham (a), Aurora, IL, 2,902;

105, Linda Walbaum Brighton, CO, 2,899; 106, Brianna Andrew (a), Orland Park, IL, 2,878; 107, Autumn Lee (a), Plainfield, IL, 2,877; 108, Tina Becke (a), Carol Stream, IL, 2,875; 109, Alexa Wasmund (a), Red Wing, MN, 2,870; 110, (tie) Tracy Bowlin (a), Atlanta, GA, and Sarah Wille (a), Hoffman Estates, IL, 2,863;

112, Katie Bishop (a), Westland, MI, 2,851; 113, Nicole Rodak (a), Chicago, IL, 2,844; 114, Jerracah Heibel (a), Indianapolis, IN, 2,832; 115, Debbie Ayers, La Mesa, CA, 2,831; 116, Tish Johnson, Colorado Springs, CO, 2,813; 117, Kim Adler, Ojo Caliente, NM, 2,811; 118, Stephanie Adams (a), Canada, 2,809;

119, Samantha Kelly, Waukesha, WI, 2,805; 120, Nikki Stiteler (a), Medina, OH, 2,803; 121, Amber Ottilige (a), Lake Wales, FL, 2,791; 122, Mary Wells (a), Columbus, OH, 2,788; 123, (tie) Crystal Resop, Schofield, WI and Natalie Miskiel (a), Toledo, OH, 2,784; 125, Astrid Valiente (a), Streamwood, IL, 2,780;

126, Brandy Silva, Fort Worth, TX, 2,766; 127, Cynthia Taylor (a), Belvidere, IL, 2,762; 128, Sarah Muench, Kewaskum, WI, 2,756; 129, Katie Zwiefelhofer, Racine, WI, 2,724; 130, Celina Broderick, Wallingford, CT, 2,723; 131, Crystal Bunton (a), Portage, IN, 2,717; 132, Jonquay Armon (a), Roselle, IL, 2,707;

133, Jewel Skelton, Niles, OH, 2,704; 134, Allyson Ware (a), Lockport, IL, 2,697; 135, Jennifer Brown (a), Arlington Heights, IL, 2,689; 136, Sabrina Duncan-Rose, Bellaire, TX, 2,686; 137, Ann Coleman (a), Fairborn, OH, 2,673; 138, Jennifer Medon (a), Darien, IL, 2,640; 139, Megan McGinley Cinnaminson, NJ, 2,615;

140, Melanie McAllister (a), Colorado Springs, CO, 2,594; 141, Denise Phelps (a), Festus, MO, 2,557; 142, Amy Gamage, Las Vegas, NV, WD.

Herbert Bickel

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