NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Competing in its third tournament this fall, the Harvard women's golf team placed sixth of 17 teams at the Yale Women's Fall Intercollegiate Invitational. Registering a three-day aggregate score of 905 (303-304-298), the Crimson was second amongst Ivy League foes competing in the tournament.
First-year Anina Ku set the tone of the tournament for the Crimson registering the invitational's lone ace on the par three, 185-yard ninth hole on day one Friday morning. Ku went on to place sixth in the 95-player field, turning in a three-day score of a four-over, 217, which included bookend score of even par, 71, on the first and final days.
Sophomore Belinda Hu carded a three-day score of 227 (76-76-75) with seven birdies, while senior Anna Zhou came in two strokes back, firing a 229 (77-75-77) over three days. Senior captain Michelle Xie, who notched three birdies, turned in score of 233 (79-79-75).
- First-year Anina Ku recorded the lone hole-in-one of the tournament on the par three, 185-yard ninth hole on day one, Friday morning.
- Ku fired a four-over, three-day aggregate score of 217 which included bookend scores of even par, 71, on Friday and Sunday.
- Sophomore Belinda Hu notched seven birdies over three days to record a 54-hole total of 227 (76-76-75).
Harvard closes out its fall schedule with the Stanford Invitational, beginning on Oct. 19.