CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard women's golf returns to the links this weekend with the Princeton Invitational at Springdale Country Club.
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The Crimson will take six players to the Princeton Invitational. Michelle Xie, Elizabeth Wang, Anina Ku, Anna Zhou, and Belinda Hu will compete as a team, while Jessica Luo will participate as an individual.
One of 12 teams competing, Harvard will be paired with, host school, Princeton and Penn State in the first of four threesomes on Saturday morning.
What To Know
- The Course: Springdale Country Club, par 72, 6,100 yards, 70.6 rating, 131 slope.
- In Harvard's first tournament of the year, Dartmouth Invitational, the Crimson had three first-years finish in the top-10.
- First-year Elizabeth Wang finished the two-day tournament in third place with a 36-hole aggregate score of 141 (69-72).
- Fellow first-year Chloe Royston carded a one-under score of 71 on day two as she climbed eight spots on the overall leaderboard to finish eighth with a two-day total of 146.
At The Helm
Kevin Rhoads enters his 14th season as Harvard's women's golf head coach. Under his leadership, the Crimson has won a combined 41 tournaments, and has registered its nine lowest scoring averages in program history. Additionally, the 23 lowest team scores have all come during the last eight years alone.
The Crimson returns with the three-day Yale Invitational at The Course at Yale on Oct. 5-7.