Balmert Leads Crimson On Day Two of NCAA Competition
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Harvard women's golf team currently sits in 19th place after its second round on Friday at the NCAA Central Regional at the Scarlet Course on the campus of Ohio State University. The Crimson shot a round of 323 as one of the first teams out on the course, alongside Michigan and Tennessee Chattanooga. The remainder of the field competes throughout the afternoon.
Harvard came out firing with Claire Sheldon and Ali Bode each registering birdies on the first hole. Harvard would only register three more during the round however as Sheldon birdied the par 4 11th hole and Mia Kabasakalis managed birdies on the par 5 12th and 13th holes.
Emily Balmert quietly had the Crimson's best round with a 79 while Sheldon followed at 80 and Christine Cho came in at 81. Ali Bode tied Kabasakalis at 83 to round out the field.
The Crimson will find out its tee time later on this evening following the day's competition.