PRINCETON, N.J. – Back on the course for the first time in two weeks, Harvard women's golf finished tied for fourth at the Princeton Invitational with a two-day aggregate score of 600 (301-299), one stroke behind Ivy foe, and tournament host, Princeton.
As a team, Harvard dominated the short, 442-yard, par 5 third hole, registering eight-under on the hole. All six Crimson golfers birdied the hole on the first day, while first-year Elizabeth Wang and sophomore Jessica Luo notched a birdied on the second day.
Wang led the Crimson, turning in a one-over par two-day total of 145 (73-72). Entering the second day of the tournament in sixth place, Wang climbed into the top-five carding a pair of birdies to shoot an even par, 72.
Fellow first-year Anina Ku finished tied for 12th, carding a five-over, two-day score of 149 (75-74), while sophomore Belinda Hu turned in scorecards of 75 both days. Senior captain Michelle Xie fired 78 on both days for a two-round aggregate score of 158.
- Harvard dominated the short, 442-yard, par 5 third hole registering eight birdies over the course of the tournament.
- First-year Elizabeth Wang led the Crimson turning in a one-over par, two-day score of 145 (73-72).
- Fellow first-year Anina Ku finished tied for 12th with a two-day aggregate score of 149 (75-74).
Harvard returns to the links next weekend with the three-day Yale Invitational on Oct. 5-7.