Complete coverage: U.S. Girls' Junior, U.S. Junior

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Girls Rankings »

#NameYearStateRating
1Andrea Lee2016CA68.27
2Kristen Gillman2016TX68.46
3Angel Yin2017CA69.65
4Mariel Galdiano2016HI70.37
5Clare Amelia Legaspi2016CA70.56

Boys Rankings »

#NameYearStateRating
1Andy Zhang2016FL68.46
2Brad Dalke2016OK68.75
3David Snyder2016TX69.68
4Cheng Jin2016Intl69.86
5Robin Wang2017FL70.38

Golfweek.com is on the ground at Lake Merced Golf Club and the Golf Club of New England to bring you an up-close look at the 2012 U.S. Girls' Junior and U.S. Junior Amateur. Check back daily as Golfweek.com brings you all the action from Daly City, Calif.., and Stratham, N.H.

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Saturday July 21

Aussie history: Minjee Lee produced the biggest comeback of her young career at the U.S. Girls' Junior to become just the eighth Australian in history to win a USGA championship. Story

Unbelievable: Jim Liu looked to be cruising to victory at the U.S. Junior Amateur, but some driving demons popped up, allowing Andy Shim to overcome a 5-down deficit to win the prestigious title. Story

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Friday July 20

A pair of upsets: Minjee Lee and Alison Lee pulled off major upsets in the semifinals of the U.S. Girls' Junior. They'll meet on Saturday in the final at Lake Merced Golf Club. Story

Breaking it down: It'll be a match-up of a known - 2010 U.S. Junior Am champ Jim Liu - vs. an unknown - South Korean transplant Andy Shim in Saturday's Junior final in New Hampshire. Story

'A battle out there': Matthew Scobie carried his own bag up until Friday, but even with a caddie, he held off a charge from Matthew McNealy to advance to the U.S. Junior Amateur semifinals. Story

Clash of the quarters: Ariya Jutanugarn and Casie Cathrea engaged in a thrilling quarterfinal match on a foggy Friday morning at the U.S. Girls' Junior. In the end, Jutanugarn continued toward a title defense. Story

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Thursday July 19

High stakes: Ariya Jutanugarn continues to rip through her side of the match-play bracket at the U.S. Girls' Junior. On the eve of the quarterfinals, things are about to get interesting. Story

Good bet: With the player he had just beaten, Vincent Whaley, on his bag, Nicolo Galletti was among those who won their Round of 16 match and advanced to Friday's quarterfinals of the U.S. Junior Amateur. Story

Down goes Beau: Beau Hossler's run at the U.S. Junior Amateur came to an end Thursday morning, but a confident Andrej Bevins remains in the running for the trophy. Story

Sisterhood of the pants: Ashlan Ramsey sticks out at Lake Merced because of a seemingly never-ending supply of Loudmouth pants. She has the game to back them up. Story

Off the market: Stanford-bound Casey Danielson has already had quite a week at the U.S. Girls' Junior. Story

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Wednesday July 18

Going the distance: U.S. Girls' Junior notebook: Katelyn Dambaugh uses her superior length to knock off short-but-deadly Minjia Luo in the Round of 64 at Lake Merced. Story

Winning combination: A combination of learning from last year's match-play loss at the U.S. Junior Amateur and having his older brother, Andres, on the bag led Nicolas Echavarria to a comeback win on Wednesday in New Hampshire. Story

Top heavy: While most top seeds advanced, pre-tournament standout Andy Zhang was knocked out in the Round of 64 on Wednesday at the U.S. Junior Amateur in New Hampshire. Story

Oh, Canada: Canada is faring just fine at the U.S. Girls' Junior, and Jisoo Keel, a recent Stanford commit, is leading that charge. Story

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Tuesday July 17

Familiar territory: Ariya Jutanugarn earned stroke-play medalist honors for the third time in her career on Tuesday. She even did it without older sister Moriya on the bag. Story

She shot what? Casie Cathrea rebounded with a second-round 66 at Lake Merced, which easily got her into match play. Story

In supply: As three players tied for medalist honors at the U.S. Junior, there certainly was no shortage of storylines at the Golf Club of New Hampshire. Story

Two for Liu? Jim Liu has a shot to win his second U.S. Junior this week. He tied for medalist honors on Tuesday. Story

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Monday July 16

No surprise here: Ariya Jutanugarn, the defending U.S. Girls' Junior champion, was the only player to shoot under par in the opening round at Lake Merced Golf Club, which gave her the early lead. Story

Mad Max: Max McGreevy led after the first round of stroke play at the U.S. Junior as Chelso Barrett and Beau Hossler struggled. Story

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Preview

A look at the field: Chelso Barrett and Ariya Jutanugarn highlight their respective fields for U.S. Junior and U.S. Girls' Junior week. Find out who else is in the field. Story

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