Sept. 23, 2007
Princeton, N.J. - The Yale women's golf team finished in fifth place out of 15 teams at the Princeton Invitational this weekend with a two-round score of 635. Princeton won the event on their home course with 614.
Two other Ivy teams, Columbia and Harvard, finished above the Bulldogs. Columbia took second place with 625 while Harvard tied with Georgetown for third place with 632. Yale did outplay some of its other Ivy foes, however, scoring better than Penn, Brown and Dartmouth.
Freshman Harriet Owers-Bradley, competing in her first collegiate tournament, and Natasha Spackey led the way for the Bulldogs. Both golfers shot 156 over the two-day tournament and finished tied for 9th place.
Freshman Cassie Boles, who competed as an individual, shot 164 and tied for 30th place.
The Bulldogs are set to host the Yale Intercollegiate at the Yale Golf Course this coming weekend on September 29-30.
Report filed by Alex Kleiner '08, Yale Sports Publicity