Harvard Women’s Golf Finishes 18th at NCAA Central Regional

Senior Jane Lee shot two birdies Saturday (Harvard Athletic Communications).

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Harvard women's golf team enjoyed its best day of the weekend, shooting a combined 311 Saturday, as the Crimson finished 18th at the NCAA Central Regional at the Scarlet Course at The Ohio State University Golf Club.

Southern California won the regional with a three-day score of 874, while the Crimson had a 943. Harvard, which was seeded No. 22 out of 24 teams, finished 11 strokes better than No. 46 nationally ranked South Florida.

Freshman Tiffany Lim had one birdie Saturday and finished tied for 23rd, the highest individual finish for Harvard. Lim shot a 75 on day three, finishing with a total of 227.

Sophomore Bonnie Hu enjoyed her best day of the regional Saturday with a 76. Hu earned three birdies and amassed a score of 238 at the tournament. Brenna Nelsen, a freshman, had a third-round score of 81 to finish third on the team with a 240.

Senior Jane Lee shot a weekend best 79, as she had two birdies Saturday, for a total score of 242, while Christine Cho (248), also a senior, rounded out the Crimson in the field with an 83 Saturday.