ACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 

Harvard Women's Golf Moves to 19th at NCAA West Regional

Christine Lin recorded four birdies on day two (Casey Valentine).

STANFORD, Calif. -- The Harvard women's golf team improved its score by four strokes from day one, shooting a collective 305 Friday at the second day of the NCAA West Regional, hosted by Stanford at the Stanford Golf Course.

The Crimson stands 19th after day two with a total score of 614 and sits three shots behind Denver. Vanderbilt and Purdue are tied for first place and each have a two-day score of 577. 

Bonnie Hu leads Harvard and ranks tied for 40th overall at the regional with a total score of 149. Brenna Nelsen is second on the Crimson and has has shot 152 through two days of competition.

Rookie Christine Lin had a team-best four birdies Friday, including two on the last three holes alone, and finished with a score of 74 on the day, shooting 155 during the regional. Classmate Courtney Hooton follows at 158, while Tiffany Lim rounds out the Harvard golfs with a score of 172.