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Yale Ends Day Two in Seventh

Yale Ends Day Two in Seventh

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