EAST LANSING, Mich. – Capping a tremendous season that included an Ivy League championship, Harvard women's golf tallied a 17th-place performance at the NCAA Regional Championship at Forest Akers West Golf Course.
Making its eighth appearance in the regional championships, the Cimson was led by first-year Anina Ku, who finished tied for 39th overall at plus-eight. She was one of the most consistent performers in the field, leading the tournament with 39 pars across 54 holes.
First-year Elizabeth Wang led the Crimson in round one with a three-over par 75, while Ku was close behind with a four-over 76. All five Harvard players tallied at least on birdie, with Wang pacing the team with two.
Ku improved to a two-over 74 in the second round, making 16 pars on a wet afternoon in East Lansing. First-year Chloe Royston posted her best round of the event with a four-over 76, including three birdies.
Ku ended the tournament with her second-straight 74, including three birdies in the final 18. Wang carded her second-straight 77, while senior Michelle Xie rounded out an accolade-filled career with her top round of the weekend, a 78.
- Ku tallied Harvard's eighth-best finish in program history at an NCAA Regional Championship, finishing in 39th.
- Harvard (+64) ended two strokes behind Long Beach State for 16th place.
- Harvard appeared in the NCAA Regional Championship for the eighth time, traveling to Michigan in the event for the first time.