Four members of Yale women’s golf will travel to Glen Cove, N.Y., for the Aug. 4-10 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship. The event is considered to be the largest female amateur golf event in the nation. Yale captain Marika Liu, assistant coach Taylor Babcock, and incoming freshmen Jayshree Sarathy and Jennifer Peng will all take part in the competition that begins Monday at Nassau Country Club.
Six members of the Yale women's golf team were named to the Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Team for Division I on Wednesday. The announcement was made in Coral Springs, Fla., and recognized only 664 women's collegiate golfers around the country with the prestigious honor.
With one round remaining at the Apr. 25-27 Ivy League Championship, the Yale women’s golf team sits in a tie for second place with Princeton, 18 strokes behind first-place Harvard. Leading the way for the Bulldogs is freshman Elisabeth Bernabe, who carded 75 during her second round on the Upper Course of Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J.
Playing in her first Ivy League Championship, freshman Elisabeth Bernabe fired a blistering 71 on Friday to end the day in second place. She led the way as the Yale women’s golf team turned into the clubhouse in third place, with two rounds of golf remaining on the Upper Course of Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J.
Yale will head to Springfield, N.J., for the Apr. 25-27 Ivy League Championship at Balustrol Golf Course. The meet is the last of the season for the Bulldogs, barring possible NCAA postseason tournaments.
Yale finished in second place overall at the inaugural Pirate Invitational, held at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J. Yale was bolstered by exceptional performances from individual members of the team.
Yale women’s golf finished in third place overall in the Mar. 31- Apr. 1 Ninth Annual Hoya Invitational. The second day of the tournament saw improved course conditions and lower scores at The Members Club at Four Streams in Beallsville, Md. Yale’s consistent play over two days ensured another top-three finish for a team that has experienced much early-season success.
Yale women’s golf is in third place overall after the first leg of the Mar. 31- Apr. 1 Ninth Annual Hoya Invitational. Through challenging weather conditions at The Members Club at Four Streams in Beallsville, Md., Yale rose to the occasional and put itself in a position to win the tournament, which will conclude tomorrow.
Yale women’s golf will resume its spring season this Monday as it participates in the Mar. 31-Apr. 1 Ninth Annual Hoya Invitational. The event will take place at The Members Club at Four Streams in Beallsville, Md., the home course for Georgetown University’s women’s golf team.
The Bulldogs could not have asked for a better result to open their spring campaign. After leading by nine strokes at the conclusion of the first day of play, the Yale women’s golf team clinched victory at the Mar. 16-18 Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate on Tuesday after play was cancelled due to overnight snow and rain.
Freshman Elisabeth Bernabe won the Oct. 12-13 F.A. Borsodi Student Championship on Sunday at the Yale Golf Course in New Haven, Conn. The Borsodi Student Championship is an inter-squad scrimmage competition that helps prepare the Yale golfers for further tournament competition in the season.
At the end of the second day’s play at the Sept. 27-29 Nittany Lion Invitational at the Penn State Blue Course in State College, Pa., the Yale women’s golf team is poised in second place, just one stroke from the lead.
The Yale women’s golf team charged home with a final-round 290 on Sunday to clinch a 19-stroke victory at the Sept. 20-22 Yale Intercollegiate. And freshman Elisabeth Bernabe fired a 73 to win the individual medal by four strokes.
With just one round of play remaining at the Sept. 20-22 Yale Intercollegiate, the Yale women’s golf team leads the 17-team field by five strokes. Freshman Elisabeth Bernabe strengthened her lead on Saturday at the Yale Golf Course in New Haven, Conn., to sit atop the individual leaderboard with a three-stroke lead.