Women’s Standings updated for july

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Arkansas Cup Rankings

Arkansas Cup Standings have been updated to include the Women’s results from the Chenal Tournament.

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  • In 2.5 Singles, Anna Currie took over first place with 750 total points, passing Abby Richards who is now in third as Allani Preston made a big move to second with 690 points with a title this weekend.
  • Kelly DeLuca played and won her first Arkansas Cup event, putting her in the mix at fourth in 3.0 Singles with 285 points. Carmen Scruggs moved into first at 540 points, passing Emily Gates and Tiffany Garretson, both with 330.
  • A dead heat in 3.5 Singles sees Angela Shelby and Linda Meyers tied for first with 420 points. Carrie Brown played her first event and picked up 270 points with the win, debuting at number three. Seven others in the division with either 210 or 150 points. Potential for shakeup in this division.
  • 4.0 Singles went from two ladies in the standings to six with four playing in their first event. Ashley Younger moved from second to first and leads the division by 120 points over Hannah Jackson and Courtney Kajevski, both with 285 points.
  • 2.5 Doubles sees Lynnea Wright moving from a tie for first to leading Shannon Jones by 150 points. Wendie Weare is at third with 870 points. Two big movers in the standings are Kara Bloomfield and Susie McNeely. Both picked up 345 points to move up to fourth and fifth respectively.
  • The most crowded field in the standings is 3.0 Doubles with 67 in the division. Carley Glenn sports a lead of almost 400 points over second place Pauline Godoy’s 1,050 points. Shannon Mulkearn picked up 495 over the weekend to rocket into third place. Adrian Howell and Mackenzie Simon both had good tournaments moving up to fourth and sixth.
  • Emily Keathey and Suzy Balkman are first and second in 3.5 Doubles, where they were in the previous standings, but both added 270 to their point total. Holly Sessions moved into the top five with 150 points from the tournament.
  • Shemeko Corbin leads the 4.0 Doubles division 810 to 600 over Pam Landis. Melanie Kiker, Ashley Younger, and Misty Stevens are a tournament win away from making it crowded at the top.

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