Top 6 Best Women's Cornhole Players of All Time

Best Womens Cornhole Players of All Time

Cornhole is a sport that requires a lot of skill, precision, technique, and mental focus to succeed. The sport receives very little public attention, meaning the best in the world compete for the love of the game. While many people may be familiar with the game from local neighborhood parties, the six women listed below are the best cornhole players of all time.


Who are the best Women’s cornhole players?

  1. Cheyenne Renner
  2. Sarah Cassidy
  3. Samantha Finley
  4. Megan Maupin
  5. Kamryn Belvin
  6. Kaylee Hunter

1. Cheyenne Renner

  • 3x ACL World Champion
  • First female to ever appear in World Finals for Singles
  • 2021 ACL Woman of the Year

The most dominant women’s player in the sport of cornhole is Cheyenne Renner, as her consistently outstanding performances on the sport’s highest stage continue to demonstrate. Renner is from DeLand, Florida, and makes a concentrated effort to keep her life out of the eye of the public media, which gives some insight into her approach to the game. Out of all current ACL pros, men or women, she was ranked 27th in the 2022 season, making her the highest-ranked female in just her second year as an ACL official pro. Renner has won the 2021 Women’s Singles Championship and the 2020 Women’s Doubles Championship, as well as being selected as the 2021 ACL Woman of the Year.

2. Sarah Cassidy

  • 2x ACL World Champion
  • 2020 Women’s Singles Champion
  • 2020 Women’s Doubles Champion

Sarah Cassidy is closely chasing Renner as the second-best women’s cornhole player. Cassidy is a young pro that is new to the tour, but she’s off to an impressive start. Her ranking of 61st in the 2022 ACL season among both men and women made her the second-highest ranked woman in cornhole. In her short career, the Spring Hill, Florida native has already won the 2020 Women’s Singles Championship and the 2020 Women’s Doubles Championship, where she competed with Cheyenne Renner as her teammate. Cassidy has already experienced a lot of success early in her career, and she should only experience more as she continues to play.

3. Samantha Finley

  • 3x ACL World Champion
  • 2020 Women’s Doubles Championship 2nd-Place Finish
  • 2020 Women’s Singles Championship Top-5 Finish

Samantha Finley is another great player who absolutely dominated the tour for a brief period of time. Finley got her start in her very own backyard, which led her to play in local tournaments, which eventually led her to become an ACL pro after nearly a decade of playing cornhole. During her time as an amateur, she experienced a lot of success, winning the Florida Women’s State Championship four times and the Southeast Women’s Conference Championship another two times. She has managed to perform at the same high level as a pro, winning the 2019 Women’s Doubles Championship, the 2020 Co-Ed Championship, and a 2021 Women’s Doubles Championship, in addition to an innumerable number of top-5 and top-10 finishes in her career.

4. Megan Maupin

  • 1x Women’s Doubles World Champion
  • 1x 2nd-Place Finish at the Co-Ed World Doubles, Women’s Singles, and Women’s Doubles World Championships
  • ACO Women’s Doubles World Champion

Like many other cornhole players, Megan Maupin was introduced to the sport in a casual way, in the comfort of her own backyard. Maupin began frequently playing with her father, who was actually responsible for building the boards they played on and giving Megan her first set of boards. After Maupin spent a few years practicing on her own, she began to enter the real tournaments where she would start making a name for herself. She would then get connected to the American Cornhole Organization (ACO), where she would find a lot of her career’s early success. Later on, she would move to the ACL, a league that, like Maupin, is very much on the rise.

5. Kamryn Belvin

  • 2019 Women’s Singles World Champion
  • 2018 Women’s Doubles World Champion
  • Co-Ed World Championships Runner-Up

Kamryn Belvin made a professional career out of a sport that she began to play as a hobby with her friends and boyfriend. She’s currently a member of the Atlantic Conference of the American Cornhole League, a very big difference from the backyards she began playing in. Since becoming an ACL pro, Belvin has collected a few major titles, including a Women’s Singles World Championship and a Women’s Doubles World Championship, and consistently places within the Top-10 for the ACL women’s rankings. Additionally, Belvin made history as the first woman to ever win the advanced singles at the National Tournament in Florida.

6. Kaylee Hunter

  • Ranked 3rd for Women in the ACL in 2022
  • Placed 3rd in her first pro overall competition
  • Placed Top-5 in the 2020 Women’s Singles Championship

Kaylee Hunter got her start at cornhole by observing her boyfriend and fellow ACL pro, Jamie Graham. Hunter grew up with an intense softball background, which gave her a natural feel for the throwing motions used in cornhole. At just her first professional competition, Hunter placed 3rd behind two of the sport’s best, Samantha Finley and Courtney Coy. Since then, she has placed in the Top-5 at the Women’s Singles Championship, while also placing Top-10 for the Co-Ed Doubles Championships alongside Graham. Given her lack of experience and initial success, Kaylee Hunter should see more wins pile up over the course of her career.