Sophomore Sun Gyoung Park rode a final-round 78 to finish as Yale's low scorer, tied for 13th in the individual standings at Georgetown's Hoya Invitational. Park, who tied for the third most birdies in the tournament with seven over 54 holes, led the Bulldogs to a strong final round and an eighth-place finish with a combined 54-hole score of 974.
Sophomore Seo Hee Moon also had a strong showing on the final 18, turning in her best round of the tournament, a 77, en route to a tie for 16th. Not far behind was junior Joy Kim, whose rounds of 84, 81 and 81 (+25) left her in a tie for 30th. Kim's classmate Alex Lipa also fired a final round 81, and finished 42nd overall, while freshman Shreya Ghei tied for 40th by finishing strong with a final-round 79. Freshman Caroline Rouse, who along with Kim finished in the tournament's top ten in Par-3 scoring, took 53rd playing as an individual.
Old Dominion took home the tournament title with a combined score of 944, and Ivy League squad Penn took 5th (959). Yale's next action comes at the Brown Invitational in Providence this weekend.
Report filed by Chelsea Janes '12, Yale Sports Publicity