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Amateurs set to play at Oakmont

*Blogger note: Rebecca Lee-Bentham was first alternate and got into the field early this week increasing the number of amateurs to 29

The field is just about set for next week's U.S. Women's Open at Oakmont. Currently there are 28 amateurs competing compared to 29 last year (Kimberly Kim and Belen Mozo were amateurs when they qualified but are playing as pros in the championship, according to the USGA). Of the amateurs in the field, 20 of them are current college players, have just finshed their final year in school or are arriving on campus in the fall.

Brittany Altomare, Virginia*

Sandra Changkija, Nova Southeastern

Kaitlin Drolson, Pepperdine*

Janine Fellows, Tulane

Cindy-Yueer Feng, HS Class of 2014*

Jaye Marie Green, HS Class of 2012

Jennifer Johnson, Arizona State

Sara-Maude Juneau, Louisville

Ariya Jutanugarn, HS Class of 2014

Danielle Kang, Pepperdine*

Jennifer Kirby, Alabama

Jessica Korda, HS Class of 2011*

Laura Kueny, Michigan State

Alison Lee, HS Class of 2013*

Tiffany Lim, HS Class of 2011

Juliana Murcia, Arizona State

Kelli Shean, Arkansas

Victoria Tanco, HS Class of 2012*

Gabriella Then, HS Class of 2013

Sally Watson, Stanford

Christine Wong, San Diego State

Nicole Zhang, Notre Dame

** Has played in a previous U.S. Women's Open