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BRYAN, Texas - Before inclement weather halted play for the day in the boys’ division at Miramont Country Club, Gordon Neale of Trabuco Canyon, California, held a two-stroke lead over Sam Burns of Shreveport, Louisiana. Neale was 2-under par in his third round and 8-under par for the Championship. Philip Barbaree of Shreveport is one of only six players under par, as he is one-under through 12 holes of play Thursday.  Nathan Jeansonne of Keithville, LA was 2-under on the day through 13 holes, even par for the tournament, which resumes Friday morning.

Kristen Gillman of Austin, Texas, extended her girls’ division lead heading into the final round of the 39th Junior PGA Championship presented by Under Armour and Genesis Networks.

The third round of the girls’ division was played in the morning, and finished well before rain and lightning moved into the area.

The 72-hole Championship featured a 54-hole cut to the low 30 girls, including ties, with 33 girls making the cut at 226.

Play in the third round of the boys’ division and final round of the girls’ division will resume tomorrow morning at 8:00 a.m.

The final grouping of Neale, Burns and Brad Dalke of Hobart, Oklahoma, were playing their approach shots into the 12th green when play was suspended.

In the girls’ division, Gillman shot 2-under-par 70 Thursday and pushed her lead to six strokes over Hannah O’Sullivan of Paradise Valley, Arizona, and Samantha Wagner of Windermere, Florida. Bethany Wu of Diamond Bar, California, is in fourth place, seven strokes behind Gillman. Through 54 holes, Gilman, O’Sullivan, Wagner and Wu are the only players under par in the girls’ division.

Gillman’s three-day total of 202 is the lowest 54-hole score in the girls’ division of the Junior PGA Championship. She surpassed the previous record of 203 shared by Vicki Goetze of Hull, Georgia, who set the mark in 1990, and Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand, who matched it in 2011.

In the girls’ division, Gillman continued her record-setting pace, bouncing back from a double-bogey on the par-4 ninth, with three birdies in her final four holes.

“I didn’t hit many good approach shots on the front nine today, and just made a few more mistakes overall,” said Gillman, whose lead shrunk to just one stroke after 10 holes. “But I wanted to have a bigger lead tomorrow so I tried to make as many birdies as I possibly could.”

Gillman, the 54-hole co-leader in the 2013 Junior PGA Championship, is looking forward to the final round tomorrow.

“I think both girls [Wagner and O’Sullivan] will play really well tomorrow, so I need to play my best,” said Gillman. “I need to go out and play my game, have fun, and not get caught up in my score.”

Even though she’s six strokes back, Wagner, playing in her fourth Junior PGA Championship, hopes to have a chance to catch Gillman tomorrow.

“I’m a pretty aggressive player, so if I just play that way I should have a lot of birdie chances tomorrow,” said Wagner. “I got pretty close to [Gillman] today on the front nine. If I continue to play well, it should be pretty close tomorrow.”

In addition to claiming the Patty Berg Trophy in the girls’ division and the Jack Nicklaus Trophy in the boys’ division, the field of 156 players will be vying for an exemption to compete on the PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour in 2015.

The boys’ division champion this year will compete at the 2015 Valero Texas Open, March 26-29, at TPC San Antonio in Texas. The girls’ division champion this year will receive an exemption into the 2015 Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, April 24-27, at Lake Merced Golf Club in San Francisco, California. The agreement was reached between the PGA of America, which conducts the Junior PGA Championship, the Valero Texas Open, and the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic.

In addition, the Junior PGA Championship will serve as the final qualifying event for the 2014 U.S. Junior Ryder Cup Team, which will face Europe, Sept. 22-23, at Blairgowrie Golf Club in Perthshire, Scotland. The champion and runner-up in both divisions automatically earn a spot on the U.S. team.

39th Junior PGA Championship

presented by Under Armour and Genesis Networks

Miramont Country Club – Bryan, Texas

Girls' Division – 6,240 yards

Boys' Division – 7,010 yards

Third-Round Scores

Boys’ Division

Pos

Player

Today

Thru

Total

R1

R2

R3

R4

Total

1

United States Gordon Neale  2015, Trabuco Canyon, Calif.

-2

11

-8

72

64

41

177

2

United States Sam Burns  2015, Shreveport, La.

-2

11

-6

69

69

41

179

3

United States Brad Dalke  2016, Hobart, Okla.

E

11

-3

69

70

43

182

4

United States Austin Connelly  2015, Irving, Texas

-1

12

-2

70

71

46

187

T5

United States Triston Fisher  2015, Southlake, Texas

+1

12

-1

68

72

48

188

T5

United States Philip Barbaree  2017, Shreveport, La.

E

12

-1

70

71

47

188

T7

United States Nathan Jeansonne  2015, Keithville, La.

-2

13

E

72

72

48

192

T7

United States Thomas Johnson  2015, Norman, Okla.

-2

13

E

73

71

48

192

T7

United States Timothy Colanta  2015, Champions Gate, Fla.

+1

13

E

71

70

51

192

T10

United States Matthew Weber  2014, Saint Charles, Ill.

-3

F

+1

75

71

68

214

T10

United States Wilson Furr  2017, Jackson, Miss.

E

13

+1

72

71

50

193

T10

United States Tyler McDaniel  2014, Manchester, Ky.

+1

13

+1

70

72

51

193

T10

United States Walker Lee  2017, Houston, Texas

E

9

+1

74

69

35

178

T14

United States Will Grimmer  2015, Cincinnati, Ohio

-1

13

+2

76

69

49

194

T14

United States Cameron Young  2015, Scarborough, N.Y.

-1

13

+2

73

72

49

194

T16

United States Sean Meehan  2015, San Antonio, Texas

-1

F

+3

75

71

70

216

T16

United States S.M. Lee  2016, Buford, Ga.

+3

13

+3

68

74

53

195

T16

United States Wes Artac  2014, Kingwood, Texas

+2

13

+3

72

71

52

195

T16

United States Parker Reddig  2017, Minneapolis, Minn.

+3

13

+3

68

74

53

195

T16

United States Chandler Phillips  2015, Huntsville, Texas

+3

13

+3

70

72

53

195

T16

United States Luis Gagne  2015, Orlando, Fla.

+3

13

+3

68

74

53

195

T22

United States Anthony Gabriele  2014, West Palm Beach, Fla.

+1

17

+4

70

75

67

212

T22

United States Ryoto Furuya  2016, Wesley Chapel, Fla.

+1

17

+4

72

73

67

212

T22

United States Andrew Paysse  2014, Temple, Texas

+1

13

+4

75

70

51

196

T22

United States Jacob Solomon  2015, Dublin, Calif.

+5

13

+4

70

71

55

196

T26

United States Graysen Huff  2015, Eagle, Idaho

-2

F

+5

79

70

69

218

T26

United States Allen Hamilton  2016, Louisville, Ky.

-3

F

+5

73

77

68

218

T26

United States Thomas Longbella  2016, Chippewa Falls, Wis.

+1

F

+5

70

76

72

218

T26

United States Sean Carlon  2015, Albuquerque, N.M.

+1

F

+5

71

75

72

218

T26

United States Daniel Martinez  2017, Austin, Texas

-3

F

+5

72

78

68

218

T26

United States Zachary Bauchou  2015, Forest, Va.

+3

9

+5

69

75

38

182

T26

United States Ryan Grider  2017, Lewisville, Texas

+3

9

+5

72

72

38

182

33

United States Michael Sass  2016, Louisville, Ky.

+1

F

+6

78

69

72

219

T34

United States Matt Marrese  2015, Bellevue, Wash.

+1

F

+7

77

71

72

220

T34

United States Ryan Dornes  2015, Lancaster, Pa.

+5

13

+7

70

74

55

199

T36

United States William Gordon  2015, Davidson, N.C.

+2

F

+8

71

77

73

221

T36

United States Austin Eckroat  2017, Edmond, Okla.

+3

F

+8

70

77

74

221

T36

United States Will Thomson  2019, Pittsford, N.Y.

+3

F

+8

69

78

74

221

T36

United States Maxwell Miller  2015, College Station, Texas

+4

F

+8

71

75

75

221

T36

United States Patrick Martin  2015, Hoover, Ala.

E

15

+8

73

77

59

209

T41

United States Brandon Berry  2017, Great Falls, Va.

+3

F

+9

73

75

74

222

T41

United States Brandon Smith  2015, Frisco, Texas

+5

F

+9

73

73

76

222

T41

United States Tanner Owens  2016, Milton, Tenn.

+6

17

+9

75

70

72

217

T41

United States Edwin Yi  2015, Beaumont, Calif.

E

15

+9

74

77

59

210

45

United States Arthur Griffin  2014, Lake Placid, N.Y.

-4

15

+10

76

80

55

211

46

United States Taylor Suggs  2015, Cincinnati, Ohio

+2

15

+11

73

78

61

212

T47

United States Julian Keur  2014, Summerville, S.C.

+4

F

+12

74

76

75

225

T47

United States John Lazor  2015, Westwood, Mass.

+3

15

+12

73

78

62

213

T47

United States John Felitto  2016, Mountainside, N.J.

+1

15

+12

76

77

60

213

T47

United States John Augenstein  2016, Owensboro, Ky.

E

15

+12

75

79

59

213

T51

United States Clay McCrory  2015, Spring, Texas

+6

F

+13

69

80

77

226

T51

United States Sam Tidd  2018, Meridian, Idaho

+5

F

+13

73

77

76

226

T51

United States Matt Echelmeier  2015, Columbia, Mo.

+4

15

+13

73

78

63

214

T51

United States Sam Meuret  2014, Brunswick, Neb.

E

15

+13

78

77

59

214

T55

United States Luke Kelly  2016, Brownsburg, Ind.

-1

15

+14

75

82

58

215

T55

United States Jaece Stokes  2015, West Haven, Utah

-2

11

+14

80

78

43

201

T57

United States Andrew Walker  2016, Battle Creek, Mich.

+8

F

+15

76

73

79

228

T57

United States Zach Mosholder  2014, Tallmedge, Ohio

+5

15

+15

76

76

64

216

T57

United States Ariel Elftman-Hanson  2014, Wailuku, Hawaii

+2

15

+15

78

77

61

216

T57

United States Gavin Cohen  2017, Tuscon, Ariz.

+2

15

+15

78

77

61

216

T57

United States Connor Chesky  2016, Saint Helena, Calif.

E

11

+15

80

77

45

202

T62

United States Louie Chen  2015, Fremont, Calif.

+9

F

+16

80

69

80

229

T62

United States Kyle Burke  2014, West Sayville, N.Y.

+6

15

+16

77

75

65

217

T62

United States Alec Bard  2016, New Hartford, N.Y.

+2

15

+16

79

77

61

217

T62

United States Garrett Glanton  2015, Richardson, Texas

+1

15

+16

75

82

60

217

T62

United States Glenn Piot Jr.  2015, Canton, Mich.

+1

11

+16

78

79

46

203

T67

United States Jason Liu  2017, Windsoe, Conn.

+10

F

+17

73

76

81

230

T67

United States Vinay Ramesh  2015, Newtown, Pa.

+8

15

+17

76

75

67

218

T67

United States Cooper Dossey  2016, Austin, Texas

+7

15

+17

75

77

66

218

T67

United States Grayson Davis  2016, Franklin, TN

E

11

+17

79

80

45

204

T67

United States Matthew Junge  2014, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

-1

11

+17

78

82

44

204

72

United States Garret Buckley  2014, Novi, Mich.

+1

11

+22

84

79

46

209

73

United States Jalen Heald  2015, Topeka, Kan.

+7

11

+24

77

82

52

211

74

United States Pierce Aichinger  2015, Englewood, Colo.

+6

11

+25

83

78

51

212

75

United States Kendel Hodges  2016, Temecula, Calif.

+5

11

+29

83

83

50

216

76

United States Sam Riemer  2014, Canton, Mass.

+6

11

+32

86

82

51

219

77

United States Andrew Proctor  2017, Chandler, Ariz.

+6

11

+33

85

84

51

220

78

United States Patrick Sheerer  2014, Gibsonia, Pa.

+7

11

+41

90

86

52

228

Girls’ Division

Kristen Gillman, Austin, Texas 66-66-70--202

Samantha Wagner, Windermere, Fla. 71-66-71--208

Hannah O'Sullivan, Paradise Valley, Ariz. 68-67-73--208

Bethany Wu, Diamond Bar, Calif. 70-69-70--209

Marianne Li, Bellevue, Wash. 72-72-70--214

Lauren Stephenson, Lexington, S.C. 72-71-71--214

Ellen Takada, Irvine, Calif. 75-64-75--214

Janet Mao, Johns Creek, Ga. 74-71-70--215

Robynn Ree, Redondo Beach, Calif. 73-71-72--216

Sierra Brooks, Sorrento, Fla. 69-79-69--217

Megan Khang, Rockland, Mass. 72-75-70--217

Rose Huang, Honolulu, Hawaii 73-72-72--217

Shannon Brooks, Vienna, Va. 72-73-72--217

Kaitlyn Papp, Austin, Texas 71-73-73--217

Binny Lee, Frisco, Texas 72-73-73--218

Mariel Galdiano, Pearl City, Hawaii 73-73-74--220

Kelly Whaley, Farmington, Conn. 72-75-74--221

Cheyenne Knight, Aledo, Texas 78-74-70--222

Isabella DiLisio, Hatfield, Pa. 76-75-71--222

Anna Hack, Murray, Ky. 75-76-71--222

Elizabeth Wang, San Marino, Calif. 77-73-72--222

Sarah Burnham, Maple Grove, Minn. 76-74-72--222

Courtney Dow, Frisco, Texas 73-73-77--223

Alexandra Farnsworth, Nashville, Tenn. 77-75-72--224

Emily Campbell, Lewisville, Texas 76-74-74--224

Dominique Galloway, Rio Rancho, N.M. 75-75-74--224

Alex Wright, Midlothian, Va. 76-73-75--224

Maddie Luitwieler, Katy, Texas 77-75-73--225

Maddie Rose Hamilton, Louisville, Ky. 81-73-72--226

Abigail Cantwell, Scottsdale, Ariz. 78-75-73--226

Abbey Carlson, Lake Mary, Fla. 73-77-76--226

Youngin Chun, Austin, Texas 74-76-76--226

Jillian Hollis, Rocky River, Ohio 71-75-80--226

Amber Wang, Sugar Land, Texas 77-77-73--227

Lois Kaye Go, PHILIPPINES 81-76-71--228

Lauren Hartlage, Elizabethtown, Ky. 77-77-74--228

Amy Lee, Brea, Calif. 75-78-75--228

Haley Nist, Meridian, Idaho 77-74-77--228

Katharine Patrick, West University Place, Texas 74-75-79--228

Maya Walton, Austin, Texas 77-72-79--228

Michelle Xie, Palo Alto, Calif. 73-74-81--228

Haley Thiele, Wahoo, Neb. 81-76-72--229

Bailey Tardy, Peachtree Corners, Ga. 78-74-77--229

Kasey Nielsen, Kent, Ohio 75-80-75--230

Haydyn Gibson, Clearwater, Fla. 75-79-76--230

Jenny Buchanan, Loudonville, N.Y. 72-77-81--230

Kaho Monica Matsubara, San Diego, Calif. 71-82-78--231

Jackie Rogowicz, Yardley, Pa. 74-78-79--231

Virginia Green, Fairhope, Ala. 77-81-74--232

Alisa Snyder, Phoenix, Ariz. 74-82-76--232

Kathleen Gallagher, Greenwood, Miss. 79-76-77--232

Allisen Corpuz, Honolulu, Hawaii 75-84-74--233

Amanda Kim, O'Fallon, Mo. 80-78-76--234

Valeria Sofia Pacheco, Hallandale Beach, Fla. 80-78-76--234

Lauren Waller, Canonsburg, Pa. 76-80-78--234

Elizabeth Choi, Syosset, N.Y. 77-78-79--234

Victoria Huskey, Greenville, S.C. 79-75-80--234

Shania Berger, Socorro, N.M. 83-81-71--235

Alexa Tsay, Andover, Mass. 72-83-80--235

Greer Clausen, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 78-81-78--237

Hannah Thiele, Wahoo, Neb. 82-74-81--237

Victoria Parker, Lewiston, N.Y. 78-86-74--238

Nikki Long, San Antonio, Texas 82-77-80--239

Jean Tyrrell, Leawood, Kan. 81-77-82--240

Alexis Sadeghy, Edmond, Okla. 83-72-85--240

Gabrielle Curtis, Eau Claire, Wis. 84-79-78--241

Maria Davis, Vallejo, Calif. 78-83-80--241

Paige Van Dyk, Tama, Iowa 77-81-83--241

Rei Nakatani, JAPAN 85-81-80--246

Rachel Johnson, Anderson, Ind. 84-84-79--247

Alyssa Akiyama, Terrace Park, Ohio 82-84-81--247

Megan Furtney, South Elgin, Ill. 85-82-82--249

Maddy McDanel, Pittsburgh, Pa. 85-83-84--252

Lindsay May, Auburn, N.Y. 82-90-82--254

Angela Garvin, Feeding Hills, Mass. 90-81-85--256

Haylee Chugg, Ogden, Utah 88-87-82--257
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