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REGIONAL PRESIDENT'S CUP

Beverly Polo Club - sf

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Chairman's Cup

Myopia Polo Club

3:00 PM UTC

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Beverly Polo Club - sf

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Dragonfly

10 Goal Wealth at RBC/Wiseman Wealth

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FMB Silver Cup®

Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club

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5:00 PM UTC

Klentner Ranch

Santa Clara

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REGIONAL PRESIDENT'S CUP

Beverly Polo Club - sf

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Beverly/Greenhill

Pineapples and Pussy Cats

Sun

Jul

25

Chairman's Cup

Myopia Polo Club

3:00 PM UTC

Longmeadow/AVID

Black Oak

Sun

Jul

25

REGIONAL PRESIDENT'S CUP

Beverly Polo Club - sf

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Dragonfly

10 Goal Wealth at RBC/Wiseman Wealth

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25

FMB Silver Cup®

Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club

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Klentner Ranch

Santa Clara

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February 27, 2021

2020 U.S. OPEN WOMEN'S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP®

The final of the 2020 U.S. Open Women's Polo Championship® will be played February 27, 2021 at the International Polo Club Palm Beach.

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U.S. OPEN WOMEN'S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP®

Tournament History

The U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship® has a profound history dating back to the 1930s in California. The first women’s U.S. Open tournament was presented by the United States Women’s Polo Association (U.S.W.P.A) in 1937 at the Golden Gate Field in San Francisco, California, in 1937. Riviera (Louise Tracey, Dorothy Rodgers, Audrey Scott, Ruth Cropp) defeated Santa Barbara 9-4 to capture the inaugural title. The U.S.W.P.A., the first and only women’s polo association in the history of American polo, created a women’s handicapping system mirroring that of the men, with one nine-goal player and several eight-goal players. The U.S.W.P.A. played eight to ten tournaments a year accumulating 300 members and 25 clubs in its ten-year tenure. At the onset of World War II however, the women focused their attention towards the war effort.

Women were officially welcomed into the United States Polo Association in 1972 with Sue Sally Hale becoming the first woman member. A devoted advocate of women in polo, Hale was alleged to have disguised herself as a man in order to compete in tournaments throughout the 1950s and 60s. U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship® competition did not resurface until the early 1990s. On the centennial anniversary of the USPA in 1990, a U.S. Women’s Open was officially sanctioned and held at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. Appropriately, Hale along with her two daughters, Sunny and Stormie captured the title with teammate Caroline Anier. In an electrifying overtime match, Empire defeated Palmera Hanalei Bay 10-9, with Anier scoring the sudden-death goal in the seventh chukker. After a few years of competition at Empire Polo Club, U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship® competition once again lost momentum, this time for only a couple decades. It was officially recognized as a national tournament in 2011 and was hosted at the Houston Polo Club until 2018.

The most prestigious cup in women's polo in the United States, the U.S. Open Women's Polo Championship® relocated to Florida in 2019 with preliminary games played at Port Mayaca Polo Club in Okeechobee, Florida. The final is set to be hosted at the International Polo Club Palm Beach and livestreamed with free access on Global Polo TV.

2019 U.S. Open Women's Polo Championship® Winner: Hawaii Polo Life - Nina Clarkin, Mia Cambiaso, Pamela Flanagan, Anja Jacobs. ©David Lominska

U.S. OPEN WOMEN'S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP® TOURNAMENT FORMAT

The top four ranked teams will advance to the semifinals. Two-way ties between teams that have played each other will be broken by who beat who; all other ties will be broken by a one-man shoot out. The final will be played at the International Polo Club Palm Beach in Wellington, Florida on Saturday, February 27, 2021.

U.S. OPEN WOMEN'S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP®

Teams and Rosters

Bracket I

Rocking P (2-1)

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Bridget Price
Women's Outdoor: 3
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Audry Persano
Women's Outdoor: 5
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Milly Hine
Women's Outdoor: 5
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Hazel Jackson
Women's Outdoor: 10

Hawaii Polo Life (3-1)

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Sierra Dunbar
Women's Outdoor: 2
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Pamela Flanagan
Women's Outdoor: 4
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Mia Cambiaso
Women's Outdoor: 8
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Cande Fernandez-Araujo
Outdoor: 8
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Nina Clarkin
Substitute
Women's Outdoor: 10
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Dolores Onetto
Substitute
Outdoor: 0

Dundas (1-1)

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Sarah Siegel-Magness
Women's Outdoor: 2
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Sarah Wiseman
Women's Outdoor: 8
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Hope Arellano
Women's Outdoor: 7
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Erica Gandomcar-Sachs
Women's Outdoor: 5

Mint Eco Car Wash (0-2)

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Catlin Dix
Women's Outdoor: 4
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Cecelia Cochran
Women's Outdoor: 5
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Isabelle (Izzy) Parsons
Women's Outdoor: 7
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Lottie Lamacraft
Women's Outdoor: 6

Bracket II

BTA/The Villages (2-2)

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Kylie Sheehan
Women's Outdoor: 5
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Paige Boone
Women's Outdoor: 5
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KC Krueger
Women's Outdoor: 6
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Tiffany Busch
Women's Outdoor: 6

Cowdray Vikings (2-1)

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Lila Pearson
Women's Outdoor: 2
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Clara Cassino Seppe
Women's Outdoor: 7
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Mia Novillo Astrada
Women's Outdoor: 7
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Gillian Johnston
Women's Outdoor: 6

San Saba/Polo Gear (1-1)

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Grace Mudra
Women's Outdoor: 2
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Dawn Jones
Women's Outdoor: 6
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Lia Salvo
Women's Outdoor: 8
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Clarissa Echezarreta
Women's Outdoor: 6

Iconica (0-2)

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Maureen Brennan
Women's Outdoor: 5
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Mili De los Milagros-Sanchez
Women's Outdoor: 7
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Meghan Shader
Women's Outdoor: 4
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Malia Bryan
Women's Outdoor: 5

Bracket III

Bracket IV

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U.S. OPEN WOMEN'S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP®

Tournament Games

Wednesday, Mar 11, 2020

March 11

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Rocking P logo

Rocking P (2-1)

6

Hawaii Polo Life logo

Hawaii Polo Life (3-1)

4

Thursday, Mar 12, 2020

March 12

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Dundas logo

Dundas (1-1)

7

Mint Eco Car Wash logo

Mint Eco Car Wash (0-2)

4

Friday, Mar 13, 2020

March 13

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Cowdray Vikings logo

Cowdray Vikings (2-1)

4

BTA/The Villages logo

BTA/The Villages (2-2)

3

March 13

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Iconica logo

Iconica (0-2)

4

San Saba/Polo Gear logo

San Saba/Polo Gear (1-1)

6

Monday, Mar 16, 2020

March 16

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Dundas logo

Dundas (1-1)

4

BTA/The Villages logo

BTA/The Villages (2-2)

6

March 16

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Cowdray Vikings logo

Cowdray Vikings (2-1)

7

Mint Eco Car Wash logo

Mint Eco Car Wash (0-2)

4

March 16

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Rocking P logo

Rocking P (2-1)

8

Iconica logo

Iconica (0-2)

5

March 16

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

San Saba/Polo Gear logo

San Saba/Polo Gear (1-1)

1

Hawaii Polo Life logo

Hawaii Polo Life (3-1)

8

Thursday, Feb 25, 2021

February 25

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Hawaii Polo Life logo

Hawaii Polo Life (3-1)

Rocking P logo

Rocking P (2-1)

February 25

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

BTA/The Villages logo

BTA/The Villages (2-2)

Cowdray Vikings logo

Cowdray Vikings (2-1)

Saturday, Feb 27, 2021

February 27

Final

2020 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship®

International Polo Club Palm Beach

Hawaii Polo Life logo

Hawaii Polo Life (3-1)

6

BTA/The Villages logo

BTA/The Villages (2-2)

5

U.S. OPEN WOMEN'S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP®

The Venue

Situated in South Florida, surrounded by vast sugar cane fields and the popular fishing body of Lake Okeechobee, Port Mayaca Polo Club (PMPC) has steadily become a destination for winter polo. Located on more than 600 sprawling acres, the club has eight regulation fields, club barns with 220 stalls, an exercise track, a stick-and-ball field, a clubhouse and several acres of pastures for turnout and trail riding.

While consistent, quality polo is at the forefront of the club’s objectives, a tight-knit sense of community supports it. The club hosts a lunch or cookout after every club practice. A beautiful pavilion style clubhouse provides an enjoyable gathering place for players to congregate and discuss their latest game.


12499 SW Conners Hwy
Okeechobee, FL 34974
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U.S. OPEN WOMEN'S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP®

The Venue

The International Polo Club Palm Beach (IPC) is the premier destination for high-goal polo in the United States. Home to the most prestigious 18- and 22-goal polo tournaments in the nation, IPC has hosted the U.S. Open Polo Championship® for over 10 years. Located in the heart of the horse centric village of Wellington, Florida, polo enthusiasts flock to the club every winter to witness top level polo competition that garners some of the world’s best players, including Facundo Pieres, Gonzalito Pieres and Sapo Caset as well as one of America’s top-rated players Jeff Hall. Sunday matches at 3:00pm ET on the U.S. Polo Assn. Field, home of the official licensed brand for the USPA, are ticketed but all other games are free and open to the public.


3667 120th Ave S
Wellington, FL 33414
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