Sept. 28, 2003
Rebounding from an 84 in the first round, freshman Cindy Shin shot a 2-over-par 74 today at the Princeton Invitational to lead all golfers in the second round. The Elis finished second, trailing first-place Princeton by 19 strokes.
The Bulldogs had the top overall score in the second round, shooting a 319 in sloppy conditions after having a 322 the day before.
Shin was tied with Yale's Lauren Ressler for 9th place overall with a 158 total. Ressler recorded a first-round 78 and finished with an 80 today.
Yale's January Romero, who was in third place yesterday after shooting a 76, added a second-round 83 to finish in 10th place overall individually. Rounding out the Yale foursome was Carmen Zimmer, who recorded an 84 and 82 to finish in 34th place overall.
Home team Princeton University took the tournament by 19 strokes, fueled by a first-round par from Avery Kiser yesterday.
The Bulldogs return home to host the Yale Invitational this weekend at the Yale Golf Course.