USC’s Suh leads Palmer Cup Rankings

Justin Suh of USC leads the United States rankings for the Arnold Palmer Cup after the Fall Season.

The top six players in the men’s and women’s rankings after the Spring Season will make the U.S. team for the Arnold Palmer Cup, which will be played July 6-8 at Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France.

The remaining selections for the 12-player men’s and women’s teams will consist of five committee selections, including at least one non-Division I golfer, and a coaches’ pick.

Suh, a junior from San Jose who captured his second college victory earlier this month in the St. Mary’s Invitational, is followed in the rankings by Davis Riley of Alabama, Steven Fisk of Georgia Southern, Brandon Wu of Stanford and Doug Ghim of Texas.

Zach Bauchou of Oklahoma State is sixth, followed by Hayden Shieh of Santa Clara, Collin Morikawa of California, Braden Bailey of Baylor and Chandler Phillips of Texas A&M.

Lauren Stephenson of Alabama leads the U.S. women’s rankings, followed by Andrea Lee of Stanford, Lilia Vu of UCLA, Sophia Shubert of Texas and Kristen Gillman of Alabama.

Emilia Migliaccio of Wake Forest is sixth, followed by Jennifer Kupcho of Wake Forest, Maddie McCrary of Oklahoma State, Alana Uriell of Arkansas and Robynn Ree of USC.

Bethany Wu of UCLA is 13th, while her Bruin teammate Mariel Galdiano is 15th and Mika Liu Stanford is 18th.

In the International team men’s rankings, KK Limbhasut of California and Thailand is the highest-ranked player from a California school at No. 14, while Pavan Sagoo of Saint Mary’s and England is No. 21.

In the International women’s rankings, Patty Tavatanakit UCLA and Thailand is fourth, while Albane Valenzuela of Stanford and Switzerland is 21st and Muni He of USC is 22nd.

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. For more information visit

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