NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Following a convincing first-place finish at last week's Princeton Invitational, the women's golf team returns home to host the Yale Women's Intercollegiate Tournament this weekend at the Course at Yale, recently named the nation's No.1 collegiate course by Golfweek magazine.
Joining the Bulldogs in the 54-hole, stroke play tournament will be the following:
Central Connecticut State
Yale took fourth in the tournament last season as its Ancient Eight rival Crimson finished first.
As Yale looks to avenge that loss on its home turf this weekend, the Bulldogs will rely heavily on freshman Seo Hee Moon as a difference maker. Moon was the only individual at last weekend's Princeton Invitational to finish under par, making her the tournament's individual champion, and her Saturday morning round of 68 was the tournament's low round.
Also coming off a big weekend is senior Harriet Owens-Bradley, who took sixth last weekend. Senior Cassie Boles and Sophomore Alex Lipa were also top 20 finishers, Boles taking 18th and Lipa 20th.
Report filed by Chelsea Janes '12, Yale Sports Publicity.