Orlando, Fla.— During the second round of play, the Yale women's golf team improved drastically from the previous day's performance. They earned a day two score of 315, for a tournament score of 649. Freshman Beryl Wang continues to lead the Bulldogs in the tournament.
Wang, a rookie on the team, currently sits in an impressive 12th place overall with a round two score of 74 (+2). She dominated during the front 9, firing birdies on holes 5 and 7. Her second round was a drastic improvement over her day one score of 82. Also improving greatly was sophomore Julie Luo with a round two score of 76 (+4). She currently sits in T21st and has a great shot of squeezing into the top 20 during tomorrow's final round.
Following closely behind, senior Elisabeth Bernabe scored an 84, staying consistent throughout the tournament. Junior Jennifer Peng gave a comeback performance, improving from her day one performance by 6 strokes. Senior Sandy Wongwaiwate helped round out the team, closing the gap between the Bulldogs and Dartmouth.
After today's play, the Bulldogs have started making a comeback. If they keep up this momentum, they could move up in the standings during tomorrow's final round.
Report filed by Amairani Santoyo '19, Yale Sports Publicity