HANOVER, N.H. – Three freshmen of the Harvard women's golf team finished in the top-10 at the Dartmouth Invitational to lead the Crimson to a second-place finish firing a two-day team score of 586 (296-290). On the second day of the tournament, the Crimson finished with the top team score of a two-over par, 290.
Freshman Elizabeth Wang opened the tournament, Saturday afternoon, carding five birdies to finish with a three-under par 69 to tie for second place after day one. On the second day of the tournament, Wang posted an even par score of 72 to finish third with a two-day score of 141 (69-72).
After carding a three-over score of 75 on day one, fellow freshman Chloe Royston climbed eight spots on the leaderboard to finish eighth with a two-day score of 146 (75-71). With five birdies on Sunday afternoon, Royston turned in a scorecard of a one-under 71.
Freshman Anina Ku rounded out the three freshmen in the top-10, carding a three-over score of 147 (75-72). Sophomore Jessica Luo finished 25th with a two-day total of 152 (77-75), while senior Michelle Xie fired a 36-hole score of 153 (78-75).
- The Crimson had three players, all freshmen, finish in the top-10.
- Freshman Elizabeth Wang opened the tournament turning in a scorecard of a three-under, 69. She went on to finish third with a two-day score of 141 (69-72).
- Climbing eight spots from the first day, freshman Chloe Royston fired a one-under 71 on the second day to finish tied for eighth.
- Anina Ku finished 10th with a two-day total of 147 (75-72) to round out the three freshmen.
Harvard returns to the links on Sept. 29 with the Princeton Invitational at Springdale Country Club.