NEW HAVEN, Conn. - It was clear Saturday that the women's golf team was on familiar footing, as after 36 holes at the Yale Women's Intercollegiate, the host Bulldogs stood alone in first place, six strokes ahead of second-place Penn. While Penn's Isabel Han posted the day's best overall score (-3 for 36 holes), Yale freshman Seo Hee Moon continued her hot play, turning in a -1 day, good for second overall.
Senior Harriet Owens-Bradley also played well, finishing her rounds tied for sixth overall after finishing 2-over on the day. Joy Kim was right behind her in eighth place, having shot a combined score of 148 through her 36 holes.
Captain Alyssa Roland wasn't far behind those two, shooting a 5-over 149 in two rounds, while teammate Callie Kemmer contributed to the Bulldogs' dominance of the top 20 with her rounds of 76 and 74, +6 overall.
Rounding out the corps of Yalies in the top 20 was sophomore Alex Lipa, who combined to shoot 9-over in her two opening day rounds.
The Bulldogs are back in action for the final 18 holes of their fall tournament tomorrow morning.
Report filed by Chelsea Janes '12, Yale Sports Publicity.