Harvard Women’s Golf Completes Day Two at NCAA Central Regional
Brenna Nelsen paced the Crimson by shooting a 78 Friday (Harvard Athletic Communications).
COLUMBUS, Ohio – With 18 holes remaining, the Harvard women's golf team stands 16th with a two-round score of 632 at the NCAA Central Regional at the Scarlet Course at The Ohio State University Golf Club. The Crimson shot a combined 317 on the day and is just one stroke behind Michigan (631) after two days of competition.
Southern California remains in first out of 24 teams with a total score of 588, 12 strokes in front of second-place Vanderbilt (600).
Tiffany Lim earned three birdies on the day, finishing with a 79 Friday. Lim, a freshman, stands tied for 21st overall among individuals at the regional with a total of 152.
Fellow rookie Brenna Nelsen shot two birdies for a second-round score of 78, the best mark on the Crimson. Through two days, Nelsen has shot 159, while sophomore Bonnie Hu (162) had three birdies on the second day of competition and finished with an 81.
Senior Jane Lee, who shot a birdie on the 16th hole, had an 83 Friday for a total score of 183. Classmate Christine Cho (165) improved by seven strokes from Thursday, shooting a 79.
Cho will kick off Saturday's final round for Harvard with a tee time of 12:30 p.m.