NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Following a thrilling comeback win at the Harvard Invitational last weekend, the women's golf team looks to head into their off-season with a win at the Sacred Heart Invitational this weekend.
That win at Harvard saw freshman See Heo Moon rise to the occasion as she has all fall, not only registering a hole-in-one, but setting a course women's record low en route to her third individual championship of the fall. Another bright spot for the Bulldogs was freshman Sun Park, who despite not being amongst Yale's scoring five due to the fact that she is coming off an injury, shot rounds of 74 and 75, good for the second best weekend of any Yalie besides Moon.
Seniors Harriet Owers-Bradley and captain Alyssa Roland (156 and 157, respectively), also had low-scoring weekends, while Cassie Boles and Alex Lipa were also major parts of the comeback, turning in combined scores of 159 over the two days of play.
The Bulldogs take to the course for the final time this fall in Sacred Heart's two-day Invitational at the Great River Golf Course.
Report filed by Chelsea Janes '12, Yale Sports Publicity