Both the United States and International teams for the 2021 Arnold Palmer Cup were announced on Tuesday.
During an episode of Golf Channel’s Golf Today, the 36 players (18 on each team, nine men and nine women) were announced for the annual team competition for college golfers held this year at Rich Harvest Farms outside Chicago, June 11-13, 2021.
Wake Forest’s Emilia Migliaccio becomes the first American to play in four Arnold Palmer Cups, leading a team that consists of three returning players from 2020: Julia Johnson (Ole Miss), Gina Kim (Duke) and Latanna Stone (LSU).
The following players will round out Team USA: Sam Bennett (Texas A&M), Jacob Bridgeman (Clemson), Ricky Castillo (Florida), Pierceson Coody (Texas), Allisen Corpuz (Southern California), Nick Gabrelcik (North Florida), Ryan Hall (South Carolina), Hanna Harrison (Dallas Baptist), Lauren Hartlage (Louisville), Irene Kim (Northwestern), Rachel Kuehn (Wake Forest), Brooke Matthews (Arkansas), Dylan Menante (Pepperdine), William Moll (Vanderbilt), Trevor Norby (Oklahoma Christian), Trent Phillips (Georgia), Brad Reeves (Arizona), Erica Shepherd (Duke), Benjamin Shipp (NC State), and Kate Smith (Nebraska).
The defending champion International squad features players from 14 countries, including seven returners from 2020: Puwit Anupansuebsai (San Diego State/Thailand), Alex Fitzpatrick (Wake Forest/England), Yuxin Lin (Florida/China), Ingrid Lindblad (LSU/Sweden), David Puig (Arizona State/Spain), Paulne Roussin-Bouchard (South Carolina/France) and Emma Spitz (UCLA/Austria).
The rest of the International team: Eugenio Chacarra (Oklahoma State/Spain), Adrien Dumont de Chassart (Illinois/Belgium), Isabella Fierro (Oklahoma State/Mexico), Karen Fredgaard (Houston/Sweden), Allan Hill (Maynooth/Ireland), Bo Jin (Oklahoma State/China), Agathe Laisne (Texas/France), Pontus Nyholm (Campbell/Sweden), Virunpat Olankitkunchai (Maryland/Thailand), Joseph Pagdin (Florida/England), Ana Pelaez Trivino (South Carolina/Spain), Julian Perico (Arkansas/Spain), Emily Price (Kent State/England), Hugo Townsend (Boise State/Sweden), Beatrice Wallin (Florida State/Sweden) and Lauren Walsh (Wake Forest/Ireland).
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