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

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. 

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

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