ACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 

Women's Golf Stands 15th After Day One of NCAA Central Regional

Captain Bonnie Hu and the Crimson enjoyed a strong first day at the Karsten Creek Golf Club (Bruce Waterfield).

STILLWATER, Okla. -- Led by freshman Anne Cheng, the Harvard women's golf team sits 15th after the first day of competition at the NCAA Central Regional, hosted by Oklahoma State at the Karsten Creek Golf Club.

The Crimson posted an opening team score of 308.

Alabama and California are tied for first (295), followed by Florida and Kent State (296).

Cheng is tied for sixth among individuals, as the Ivy League Rookie of the Year shot 72 for the day, finishing even. She shot under par on three holes. 

Christine Lin had a score of 77, while Brenna Nelsen (78), Tiffany Lim (81) and Bonnie Hu (83) rounded out the Crimsons quad. 

The Crimson, which earned a berth in the NCAA postseason by capturing its third straight Ivy title and fifth conference crown in the last seven years, will look to advance among the tournament leaders Friday on day two.