Lim Leads Harvard Women’s Golf at Day One of NCAA Central Regional
Tiffany Lim is tied for eighth after day one (Harvard Athletic Communications).
COLUMBUS, Ohio – 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.
Southern California sits in first place with a score of 298, one stroke ahead of second-place Georgia (299).
Freshman and Ivy League Rookie of the Year Tiffany Lim leads Harvard with a score of 73. Lim, who made four birdies on the day, sits +1 and is currently tied for eighth in the individual standings.
Senior Jane Lee shot an 80 on the day, while sophomore Bonnie Hu, who won the Ivy League individual title, and freshman Brenna Nelsen are close behind at 81. Nelsen made two birdies during the opening round. Senior Christine Cho (86) rounded out the field.
The Crimson, which earned a berth in the NCAA postseason by winning its third Ivy League title in five seasons, will look to advance among the tournament leaders Friday on day two.