Haring Past Events

Haring Results by Year 

2022

Opening/Closing Ceremony Program


2022 Haring Pairings

2022 Haring Standings

2022 Team Standings

MSA

2021

Final 2021 Haring Standings

Team Standings 

MSA

2020

2020 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

 

CURRENT ENTRANTS LIST: please click here.


Pairings: HaringRockefeller, Denker, Barber,  Seniors

Standings: Haring, Rockefeller, Denker, Barber, SeniorsWeeramantry (2200+), Weeramantry (1600-2199), Weeramantry (U1600)

Combined Events Team Standings: Click here


2020 Online Invitationals: Overview, Schedule, & Prizes

2020 Online Invitational: Rules

COVID-19 Update: please click here

2020 EVENT UPDATE: Please click here to access the document that was sent to all State Presidents and Scholastic Coordinators. It has all the information competitors will need for the 2020 online events being held this year and updates the information on this website.

2019

2019 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

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Haring Past Events
WFM Martha Samadashvili

Congratulations to WFM Martha Samadashvili (NY), rated 2270 who scored (5.5/6) and was clear First Place. She received the $5,000 College/University Scholarship to the school of her choice provided by the Robert and Barbara Schiffrin Fund of US Chess. Clear Second Place was won by Sara Herman (CO), rated 2016 who scored (5/6). There was a four way tie for Third Place involving Alice Lee (MN), Iris Zhou (MO), Tianhui [Cindy] Jie (FL), and Emily Hu (PA) with a score of 4.5/6. There was a field of 3WFMs, and 3WCMs. Alice Lee (MN) was the winner of the $500 Ursula Foster Memorial Chess Scholarship for best result under the age of 13.

WGM Jennifer Yu, current Champion of the US Chess Women’s Championship, conducted a FREE 23 board Simul to begin the US Open in Orlando, Florida on Saturday, August 3.  Participants were players from the Denker, Barber and Haring National Girls Tournament of Champions (Haring NGTOC) with up to seven participants from each of the three events.  There was a special guest participant:  Minnie Mouse.  All the participants and parents had their pictures taken with the lady from the “Mouse House.”  There were no wins.  Because of the high ratings of the players there were 9 draws.  One was to Minnie Mouse who was coached by WGM Jennifer Shahade.  Minnie had to leave early because she had a lunch date with Mickey at the Cheese Factory.  Congratulations to the following players:  Best Game-Hayes Goodman (RI) and Longest Game-Cindy Jie (FL).

Game Analysis and a Meet and Greet

The Texas Tech University (TTU) students, WIM Iryna Andrenko, a graduate in Horticulture Science, GM Andrii Baryshpolets, graduate in Agricultural & Applied Economics Ph.D. and Jennifer Yu were available for game analysis and a Meet and Greet party for players.  WGM Jennifer Shahade, 2 time US Women’s Champion and US Chess Women’s Director was also on hand to meet the players and help with game analysis. 

See the Chess Life Online story here.

2018

2018 TOURNAMENT RESULTS


Veronika Zilajeva Wins 2018 National Girls Tournament of Champions!

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Veronika Zilajeva with Chuck Unruh
Veronika Zilajeva with Chuck Unruh

Only a draw in round 3 against WFM Sasha Konovalenko prevented Veronika Zilajeva (OK) from achieving a perfect score in this year’s NGTOC. Veronika finished the tournament with 5.5/6 points making her the clear 1st place finisher and also this year’s winner of the $5,000 dollar scholarship award funded by Richard and Barbara Schiffrin of Pennsylvania! WFM Martha Samadashvili came in second place finishing with 5/6. WIM Naomi Bashkansky, Anupama Rajendra, Arya Kumar, and WCM Angelica Chin all finished with a score of 4.5/6.





 

Haring Participants for 2018

Table
Haring Participants for 2018 (Madison, WI)
Participant Name State
Zilajeva, Veronika OK
Samadashvili, Martha NY
Bashkansky, Naomi WA
Rajendra, Anupama WI
Kumar, Arya NC
Chin, Angelica NJ
Nguyen, Thanh Thuy Tien AZ
Konovalenko, Sasha MI
Zeng, Sheena KS
Huang, Yue MA
Aripova, Nigina MO
Li, Marissa IL
Cao-Dao, Vivian VA
Herman, Sara CO
Jie, Tianhui (Cindy) FL
Deng, Queena CA-S
Velidandla, Sarvagna AL
Patil, Shravani NH
Ringel, Niki MN
Guo, Ingrid GA
Bhatia, Simran WI
Roshu, Cassandra OR
Benjamin, Tiarra PA
Walatka, Therese IN
Tran, Jacey NE
Gomboluudev, Enkhjin CA-N
Lee, Jacinda UT
Carson, Sarah Faith IA
Cheng, Angela TX
Porth, Dylan ID
Ma, Samantha OH
Low, Beatrice CT
Skariah, Anushka E MD
Rudnicki, Catherine ME
De Credico, Zsofia TN
Baig, Sana LA
Soori, Rose E ND
Swan, Ayah DC
Elkins, Isabella AR
Outkin, Victoria E NM
Xuan, Lefan SC
Dasari, Sree RI
Patel, Jeeya WV
Bowles, Ameeria Johnson KY
Haring Participants for 2018 (Madison, WI)

2018 Chess Heroes For Girls

The US Chess Women’s Committee recognizes the amazing women and girl of chess. Below are links to pages for a few of our heroes. Click. Read. Be inspired.

 

Veronika Zilajeva   2018 NGTOC Champion; NGTOC 2014-2018, First women ever to win the Oklahoma state chess championship title.

Anupama Rajendra Made history as a TWO TIME Champion of The All-Girls in 2015 and 2016.

Maggie Feng 2016 K-9 Championship Champion. The first girl in history to win this Championship. She scored of 6.5 out of 7.

WFM Jennifer Yu, 2014-2016 US Chess National Girls Champion of Champions.

WGM Paikidze Nazi 2016 US Women’s Champion.

WGM Jennifer Shahade, US Chess Champion, Chess Journalist, Chess Author, Chess Organizer, Board member of the World Chess Hall of Fame in Saint Louis, Women’s Committee Member

WIM Ruth Haring, Former US Chess Board of Directors, Member at Large, Past President US Chess Federation, US Chess representative to FIDE, 5 time US Women’s Olympiad Team member, Member of CalChess Board of Directors, former Women’s Committee Executive Board Liaison.

Sophia Rohde National Tournament Director, FIDE Arbiter, Organizer, FIDE International Organizer, Chess Teacher, Chess Author, Women’s Committee Member.

WCM Claudio Munoz, in the TOP 10 Girls List in her category, Chess Journalist/Blogger, Women’s Committee Member

2017

2017 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

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Rochelle Wu (AL) Wins clear 1st with Scholarship in hand

With a single draw in Round 5 against Saithanu Avirneni (GA), Rochelle Wu (AL) showed a remarkable ability to outplay the best in the tournament. The Richard and Barbara Schiffrin Scholarship of $5,000 to a school of her choice was the topping on her stellar performance. In addition to the Scholarship, Rochelle once again picked up the Ursula Foster award ($500) and best result for a participant under the age of 13.

 

 

 

 


2017 Chess Heroes For Girls

The US Chess Women’s Committee recognizes the amazing women and girl of chess. Below are links to pages for a few of our heroes. Click. Read. Be inspired.

 

Anupama Rajendra Made history as a TWO TIME Champion of The All-Girls in 2015 and 2016.

Maggie Feng 2016 K-9 Championship Champion. The first girl in history to win this Championship. She scored of 6.5 out of 7.

WFM Jennifer Yu, 2014-2016 US Chess National Girls Champion of Champions.

WGM Paikidze Nazi 2016 US Women’s Champion.

WGM Jennifer Shahade, US Chess Champion, Chess Journalist, Chess Author, Chess Organizer, Board member of the World Chess Hall of Fame in Saint Louis, Women’s Committee Member

WIM Ruth Haring, Former US Chess Board of Directors, Member at Large, Past President US Chess Federation, US Chess representative to FIDE, 5 time US Women’s Olympiad Team member, Member of CalChess Board of Directors, former Women’s Committee Executive Board Liaison.

Sophia Rohde National Tournament Director, FIDE Arbiter, Organizer, FIDE International Organizer, Chess Teacher, Chess Author, Women’s Committee Member.

WCM Claudio Munoz, in the TOP 10 Girls List in her category, Chess Journalist/Blogger, Women’s Committee Member

2016

2016 TOURNAMENT RESULTS


National Master Jennifer Yu (VA) Wins Scholarship
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Jennifer Yu Photo by Spectrum Studios courtesy of Saint Louis Chess Campus
Jennifer Yu. Photo by Spectrum Studios,
courtesy of Saint Louis Chess Campus

Congratulations to NM Jennifer Yu (VA), rated 2317 who proved for the third time that titles are won by being clear first. Our new National Girls Tournament Champion of Champions was up to the task. Jennifer was awarded a $5,000 Scholarship to a school of her choice that was provided by Richard and Barbara Schiffrin (PA).

Veronika Zilajeva (OK) won clear 2nd Place with a 5/6. There was a four way tie for 3rd Place with Anupama Rajendra (WI), Julia Sevilla (CA-S), FIDE WCM Claudia Munoz (TX) and Rochelle Wu (AL).

The Ursula Foster Award of a $500 stipend was won by Rochelle Wu (AL) with the best result for a participant under the age of 13.

New Jersey clear first in State Team Competition

Congratulations to New Jersey on their commanding First Place finish (14/18) ending any doubt that their state team average (2232) was strong enough to take the top spot. Their team was lead by Barber representative, CM Brandon Jacobson (5.5/6). Denker representative, IM John Burke (4.5/6) and National Girls representative Angelica Chin (4/6) completed the effort. Second Place team, Texas with a state team average (2174) was ½ point behind New Jersey followed by Virginia (2227) who took clear Third Place with ½ point below Texas.

State Team winners in the Under Sections were Oklahoma (Under 2100), Oregon (Under 1900) and Nevada (Under 1700).

Complete results can be found here.

2015

2015 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

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The 2015 National Girls Champs: Veronika Zilajeva, Anupama Rajendra, Jennifer Shahade, Evian Xiang, Jennifer Yu and Jon Haskel, Photo Jeff Smith
The 2015 National Girls Champs: Veronika
Zilajeva, Anupama Rajendra, Jennifer
Shahade, Evian Xiang, Jennifer Yu and Jon
Haskel, Photo Jeff Smith

 

Four players tied for first in the National Girls Tournament of Champions: Jennifer Yu R (VA)
Anupama Rajendra (WI)
Veronika Zilajeva (OK)
Evian Xiang (NH)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014

2014 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

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Co-Champions Jennifer R Yu (VA, right) Jessica Regam (PA, center) Claudia E Munoz (TX, left)
Co-Champions
Jennifer R Yu (VA, right)
Jessica Regam (PA, center)
Claudia E Munoz (TX, left)

 

2013

2013 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

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2013 Haring Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Co-Champions
Apurva Virkud (MI)
Akshita Gorti (VA)

Haring Alumni: 2013-2022
First Last State Year(s)
Diamond Abdus-Shakoor OH 2015
Temilolu Aderogba ID 2017, 2020
Deanna Alter CO 2014-16
Nigina Aripova MO 2018
Peishanika Arnold IN 2014-17
Laurel Aronian CT 2022
Saithanuari Avirneni GA 2013-17
Sumaiyya Baig LA 2017-18
Helena Grace Bajarias SC 2021-22
Brynna Bartlett MS 2014
Naomi Bashkansky WA 2017-18
Tiarra Benjamin PA 2018
Valentina Bermudez FL 2017
Meghana Bhanuprasad MD 2017, 2019
Simran Bhatia WI 2018, 2021
Devon Bills OH 2013
Gaayathri Binoj MO 2020
Gabriela Bloch AR 2014-15
Tirien Bodonyi-Kovacs MT 2022
Austen Borg VT 2014-15
Andrea Botez OR 2015
Ameeria Bowles KY 2018
Rosemary Bowyer ID 2019
Elizabeth Braddy OK 2020-22
Annamarie Breznyan FL 2015
Tilly Brooks Mitha WY 2022
Madison Brown IN 2021-22
Sarah Brown TX 2015
Neeli Buchireddy AR 2021
Talia Buxbaum MS 2015-16
Logan Camarda KS 2019
Aiya Cancio AZ 2013
Joy Cao MA 2016-17
Vivian Cao-Dao VA 2017-19
Sarah Carson IA 2018
Kydriana Carter NC 2014-16
Thalia Cervantes MO 2015-16
Trina Chatterjee CA-N 2015
Michelle Chen MA 2013
Angela Cheng TX 2018-19
Claire Cheng NJ - alt 2021
Emma Cheng OH 2020
Olga Cherepakhin WA 2013
Angelica Chin NJ 2016, 2018-19
Sree Dasari RI 2016-18
Ria Dawar MA 2015
Credico, De TN 2015, 2018
Rebecca Deland NM 2013-14
Queena Deng CAS 2018
Sangeeta Dhingra WA 2015-16
Neha Dias SC 2013-15
Maya Dickson GA 2020
Kimberly Ding NJ 2014
Olivia Ding ID 2022
Zoe Dinnerstein ME 2020
Milica Djuric DC 2013-16
Aasa Dommalapati VA 2021-22
Alice Dong NJ 2013, 2015
Katherine Du CT 2013-14
Yassimin Ehsani NY 2021
Isabella Elkins AR 2018, 2022
Rachael Eng AZ 2015
Mckenzie England SC 2016
Serena Evans CT 2020
Neena Feldman OR 2016
Lindsay Ferrell MS 2017
Brianna Fontak PA 2016
Amber Fox AZ 2015
Gracy Franco Prasanna PA 2022
Keturah Gadson MO 2013
Saikhan Ganbaatar MN 2015
Emma Gao ID 2021
Carolynn Gaug NC 2017
Liora Ginzburg CA - S 2021
Tess Glombicki IN 2019
Enkhjin Gomboluudev CA-N 2018
Akshita Gorti VA 2013
Natahja Graddy FL 2020
Rebekah Griffin MS 2020
Ingrid Guo GA 2018
Miah Guo MI 2022
Kiana Hajiarbabi KS 2013, 2015, 2017
Shahrzad Hajiarbabi KS 2014
Caeley Harihara IL 2015
Alicia Harper OH 2022
Divija Hasteer CA-N 2016
Sara Herman CO 2017-20
Clare Higgins WV 2016
Delia Hill ME 2021
Aria Hoesley IL 2021
Skylar Hsu MD 2016
Skylar Hsu WV 2020
Emily Hu PA 2019
Margaret Hua MO 2014
Alena Huang WI 2013
Jolie Huang FL 2022
Stella Huang OH 2014, 2016
Yue Huang MA 2018
Bethany Humphrey ME 2014
Olivia Izaak OR 2017
Emily Jiang AL 2022
Tianhui Jie FL 2018-19
Pranathi Jothirajah IN 2016
Saey Kamtekar UT 2013
Esha Karam TN 2016
Sameera Kathawala ND 2021-22
Aradh Kaur WI 2019
Lindsay Kenney ND 2013
Charlotte Kim MD 2014
Emily Kim HI 2014
Madeline Kim MD 2013
Kaleigh King MS 2019, 2022
Ella Grace Kinney MS 2021
Lauren Kleidermacher FL 2014, 2016
Teresa Knecht IA 2013-14
Sydney Kong TN 2017, 2019, 2020-22
Sasha Konovalenko MI 2016-19
Soumya Kulkarni MI 2014-15
Arya Kumar NC 2018, 2021
Asha Kumar NC 2019
Asha Kumar NC 2022
Olivia Laido NJ 2022
Becca Lampman WA 2014
Alice Lee MN 2019-20, 2022
Anna Lee UT 2016-17
Jacinda Lee UT 2018-20
Amy Lei MA 2019
Willow Letard NM 2015
Charlotte Leys SC 2019
Iris Li CO 2021
Marissa Li IL 2017-19
Kelsey Liu MA 2020-22
Miranda Liu IL 2014, 2016
Anjali Lodh IA 2019-20, 2022
Amanda Lossef DC 2017, 2019-21
Beatrice Low CT 2015-19, 21
Samantha Ma OH 2017-19
Kaela Malchoff AK 2020
Shreya Mangalam IL 2020
Susanna Marks SD 2016
Alana Mcguinness RI 2014
Sarah Melder LA 2016
Gauri Menon WI 2020
Seraphina Mlynar UT 2021
Shira Moolten PA 2013, 2017
Sophia Moore NM 2016-17, 2019-20
Helen Morejon FL 2013
Claudia Munoz TX 2013-14, 2016
Avni Nagaraj NH 2021
Sanya Namboodiri KS 2021-22
Neha Narendran OR 2021
Linh Nguyen ME 2017
Thanh Nguyen AZ 2018
Victoria Outkin NM 2018
Yana Outkin NM 2021
Aarohi Panzade KY 2016
Ella Papanek NY 2015, 2017
Angela Parra AZ 2021
Jeeya Patel WV 2018-19
Shravani Patil NH 2018
Neha Pattanaik VA-Alt 2017
Jordan Pembo LA 2019, 2021
Carmen Pemsler ID 2013-14
Sarai Perkins OR 2013
Epiphany Peters TN 2013-14
Dana Poon NM 2022
Dylan Porth ID 2015-16, 2018
Lilia Poteat NY 2013
Gracy Prasanna PA 2020-21
Perrine Rainey LA 2022
Anupama Rajendra WI 2013, 2015-18
Jwalanthi Ram GA 2022
Sarah Ramson DC 2022
Saisree Ravi MN 2013
Jessica Regam PA 2014
Madeleine Reiches IL 2013
Janne Rempe AZ 2020
Symphony Richards AR 2017
Hailey Riley OR 2014
Niki Ringel MN 2016-18
Madelyn Roberts KY 2015
Shannon Robertson KY 2017, 2019
Elsa Rogers NH 2022
Cassandra Roshu OR 2018
Danielle Roth IA 2016
Catherine Rudnicki ME 2018
Kaavya SakthiSaravanan CO 2022
Karen Salzgeber MS 2013
Martha Samadashvili NY 2018-20
Naomi Santiago NV 2015-16
Clarrisa Santos OK 2013
Aisha Sanwal NV 2013
Melissa Sarracent KY 2020
Julia Sevilla CA-S 2016, 2019
Dhruti Shah OH 2021
Serafina Show CA-N 2014
Anushka Skariah MD 2018
Agata Sloniewska ME 2019
Rayya Smyth AR 2013
Rose Soori ND 2014-19
Thalia Sousa NH 2016
Natalia Stepanova MD 2015
Shreya Sunil AL 2019
Ayah Swan DC 2018
Emily Tallo IN 2013
Vaishnavi Tammali GA 2019, 2021
Lydia Tang LA 2020
Zoey Tang OR 2020
Zoey Tang OR 2022
Molly Tefft MT 2020, 2022
Sanmati Thangavel IA 2015, 2017
Kathryn Thomas KY 2014
Sophie Tien WA 2021
Priya Trakru TX 2017
Jacey Tran NE 2013-16, 2018, 2020, 2022
Jamie Tran NE 2017
Lauren Treiman UT 2014-15
Margarita Tsyganova IL 2022
Linnea Tucker HI 2015
Jasmine Tustin WV 2014-15
Susanna Ulrich WI 2014
Anne-Marie Velea WA 2019-20, 2022
Sarvagna Velidandla AL 2018, 2021
Triyakshari Venkataraja NC 2013
Omya Vidyarthi CA-N 2019
Apurva Virku MI 2013
Veda Vishal UT 2022
Sanjana Vittal NJ 2017, 2020-21
Sanjana Vittal NJ 2020
Therese Walatka IN 2018
Annie Wang CA-S 2014, 2017, 2020
Constance Wang AL 2020
Ellen Wang NY 2022
Nancy Wang NY 2016
Emily Weber SD 2015
Madeline Weber WI 2022
Rachel Weishaar TN 2014
Yili Wen NC 2020
Kayla Weng AR 2019
Alexis Williams SC 2020
Madeline Williams KS 2020
Emma Wing AZ 2014, 2016-17
Merissa Wongso AZ 2022
Charisse Woods MI 2020-21
Rochelle Wu AL 2015-17
Rochelle Wu CAN 2020
Sheei Wu NV 2020
Shenmei Wu NV 2021-22
Amelia Wyzywany LA 2013-15
Ellen Xiang NH 2013
Evan Xiang NH 2014-15
Amy Xing FL 2019
Chang Xu AZ 2019
Lefan Xuan SC 2018
Ruiyang Yan CA - N 2021-22
Kaitlyn Yang CA-S 2015
Ambica Yellamraju TX 2021-22
Aparna Yellamraju TX 2020
Sai Yerra NH 2017, 2019
Sisira Yerrajennu FL 2021
Carissa Yip MA 2014
Avery Yu CA - S alt 2022
Jennifer Yu VA 2014-16, 2020
Sheena Zeng KS 2016, 2018
Angella Zhang MO 2022
Ellie Zhang CA - S 2022
Hanshi Zhang CA-S 2013
Audrey Zhao CA-N 2013
Carissa Zheng MD 2020-22
Irene Zhong HI 2020, 2022
Ivey Zhong HI 2021
Celina Zhou MO 2020
Iris Zhou MO 2019
Veronika Zilajeva OK 2014-19

 

Haring Champions List

2022 Yan Ruiyang, Tang Zoey, Kumar Asha    
2021 Yan Ruiyang, Yellamraju Ambica         
2020 Wang Annie            
2019 Samadashvili Martha            
2018 Zilajeva Veronica            
2017 Wu Rochelle            
2016 Yu Jennifer            
2015 Yu Jennifer, Rajendra Anupama, Zilajeva Veronika, Xiang Evian
2014 Yu Jennifer, Regam Jessica, Munoz Claudia    
2013 Virkud Apuvra, Gorti Akshita        
                 

 

 

Ursula Foster Memorial Award Winners

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Award Winners for the Ursula Foster Memorial Award Winners
Year Name State Age Award
2022 Alice Lee MN U13 $500
2021 Kelsey Liu MA U13 $500
2020 Alice Lee MN U13 $500
2019 Alice Lee MN U13 $500
2018 Shravani Patil NH U13 $500
2017 Rochelle Wu AL U13 $500
2016 Rochelle Wu AL U13 $500
2015 Thalia Cervantes MO U13 $500
2014 Jennifer Yu VA U13 $500
2013 Akshita Gorti VA U13 $500

 

 

Haring National Girls' Hall of Fame

Table
2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
WCM Aasa Dommalapati (VA) Aasa Dommalapati (VA) Alice Lee (MN) WFM Martha Samadashvili (NY) Veronika Zilajeva (OK) Marissa Li (IL) WCM Claudia Munoz (TX) NM Jennifer Yu (VA) NM Annie Wang (CA-S) Michelle Chen (MA)
FM Alice Lee (MN) Yassamin Ehsani (NY) Gracy Prasanna (PA) Sara Herman (CO) WFM Martha Samadashvili (NY) Naomi Bashkansky (WA) WCM Thalia Cervantes (MO) Anupama Rajendra (WI) Kimberly Ding (NJ) Alice Dong (NJ)
Kelsey Liu (MA) Aria Hoesley (IL) Martha Samadashvili (NY) Alice Lee (MN) WIM Naomi Bashkansky (WA) Priya Trakru (TX) NM Jennifer Yu (VA) Becca Lampman (WA) Claudia E Munoz (TX)
WFM Gracy Prasanna (PA) Arya Kumar (NC) Annie Wang (CA) Tianhui (Cindy) Jie (FL) Anupama Rajendra (WI) NM Annie Wang (CA-S) Anupama Rajendra (WI) Claudia E Munoz (TX) Epiphany M Peters (TN)
WFM Zoey Tang (OR) Gracy Prasanna (PA) Yili Wen (IN) WCM Angelica Chin (NJ) WCM Angelica Chin (NJ) Anupama Rajendra (WI) Julia Sevilla (CA-S) Lilia Meilan Poteat (NY) Emily K Tallo (IN)
WFM Anne-Marie Velea (WA) Sanjana Vittal (NJ) Rochelle Wu (CA) Julia Sevilla (CA-S) WIM Thanh Thuy Tien Nguyen (AZ) Rochelle Wu (AL) Miranda Liu (IL) Jessica Regam (PA) Apurva Virkud (MI)
WIM Ellen Wang (NY) Ruiyang Yan (CA) Sanjana Vittal (NJ) WFM Sasha Konovalenko (MI) WFM Sasha Konovalenko (MI) Sanjana Vittal (NJ) Carissa Shiwe Yip (MA) Ellen Xiang (NH)
Ruiyang Yan (CA) Ambica Yellamraju (TX) Jennifer Yu (VA) WFM Anne-Marie Velea (WA) WCM Sheena Zeng (KS) Veronika Zilajeva (OK) Jennifer R Yu (VA)
Ambica Yellamraju (TX) Chang Xu (AZ) WCM Marissa Li (IL)
WCM Marissa Li (IL) Tianhui [Cindy] Jie (FL)
WFM Queena Deng (CA-S)
The WIM Ruth Haring National Girls Hall of Fame is composed of National Girls Tournament of Champions participants. At the beginning of the event, each of these players possessed a US Chess National Master or Expert ranking for the year/years of their participation. This list includes the state affiliate they represented.

 

 

2019 HARING

2019 Denker, Barber, RHNGTOC - Meet & Greet Reception

Friends were made and stories were shared at the player's (only) pizza reception on the afternoon of Sunday, August 4, 2019 at the Rosen Centre Resort. The opportunity to relax and enjoy each other's company was not missed resulting in some not wanting to leave! Lots of fun! We hope to do this again next year!

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