The Harvard women’s golf team enjoyed its best day of the weekend, shooting a combined 311 Saturday, as the Crimson finished 18th at the NCAA Central Regional at the Scarlet Course at The Ohio State University Golf Club.
With 18 holes remaining, the Harvard women’s golf team stands 16th with a two-round score of 632 at the NCAA Central Regional at the Scarlet Course at The Ohio State University Golf Club. The Crimson shot a combined 317 on the day and is just one stroke behind Michigan (631) after two days of competition.
The Harvard women’s golf team sits tied with Mississippi and Michigan for 15th place after the opening round of 317 at the NCAA Central Regional at the Scarlet Course at The Ohio State University Golf Club.
The Harvard Women’s Golf team’s second tournament of the 2011-2012 season brought them to Princeton, N.J. The Tigers hosted their annual Princeton Invitational at its normal venue: Springdale Golf Club, which borders the Princeton campus.
Such a team victory also meant that each player stacked up well against the field. Individually, Lim’s 2-over par total of 218 tied for first with Yale’s Seo Hee Moon. This is a pretty heady start, given that the sophomore Moon was the Ivy Leagues’ first-ever Honorable Mention All-American last year