NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The women's golf team will travel to Boston this weekend to tee off at the Harvard Invitational, held at the International Club in Boston, Mass. The tournament is the second-to-last fall competition for the Bulldogs, who have already taken first place finishes at both the Princeton Invitational and the Yale Women's Intercollegiate.
The most recent action for Yale came on Oct. 2 and 3, when the squad competed at the Nittany Lion Invitational – a highly competitive tournament in State College, PA, in which the Bulldogs took sixth overall. After winning her first two collegiate individual titles, freshman Seo Hee Moon was tested against a new level of competition, and rose to the occasion, finishing third overall – just two strokes out of first.
Also posting low scores last weekend were senior Harriet Owers-Bradley and sophomore Alex Lipa, who tied for 28th. Captain Alyssa Roland and sophomore Joy Kim were just three strokes off their pace, tied for 37th, and junior Callie Kemmer posted a strong Sunday round of 78 to finish at 55th overall.
The Bulldogs will play rounds of 18 holes on both Saturday and Sunday before heading to the Sacred Heart Invitational next weekend for their final tournament of the fall.
Report filed by Chelsea Janes '12, Yale Sports Publicity