US Open 2023: Three Women’s Division Takeaways

The 14 top performing players at the tournament, and what to make of teams like Molly Brown, Brute Squad, and Schwa.

Opi Payne and Fury inched past Kami Groom and Phoenix in the WUCC semifinal. Photo: Paul Rutherford -- UltiPhotos.com
Opi Payne and Fury inched past Kami Groom and Phoenix in the WUCC semifinal. Photo: Paul Rutherford — UltiPhotos.com

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Aurora, CO – An exciting US Open featured some surprising results that shook up the landscape of the women’s division. The most prominent of those was Scandal’s win over Fury in the final, but it was far from the only telling result.

All-Tournament Line

It was a fantastic weekend for the division’s top players, so we’ll lead with the All-Tournament Line:

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