2016-17 Yale Women's Golf News

  • Seven Bulldogs Named WGCA All-American Scholars
    July 06, 2017
    New Haven, Conn.-- Seven members of the Yale Women's Golf Team have earned All-American Scholar honors from the Women's Golf Coaches Association for 2016-17. The awards were announced on Wednesday.
  • NCAA Recognizes 14 Yale Teams
    May 04, 2017
    Fourteen Yale teams are being recognized for outstanding performance in the classroom.
  • Peng Named 2017-2018 Captain, Sarathy Earned Widdy Neale Award
    May 02, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Last Friday evening proved to be the night of the juniors for the Yale women's golf team.  Rising senior Jennifer Peng was selected as the team captain for the 2017-2018 season. Also announced that night, fellow junior Jayshree Sarathy earned the Yale women's golf team's Widdy Neale Award. The Widdy Neale Award goes to the player who does the most to boost the morale of the team and who goes the extra step both on and off the course. 
  • Peng Named Ivy League Player of the Year
    April 26, 2017
    New Haven, Conn.-- Junior Jennifer Peng has been named the Ivy League Player of the Year. Peng has had a phenomenal junior campaign, improving week after week, demonstrating her skill, determination, and natural talent. Peng earned the best scoring average in the Ivy League this season at 74.11 through 19 rounds. Not only is her average impressive, only 2.21 strokes over par, but she also placed within the top 15 in seven tournaments.
  • Bulldogs Take Seventh at Ivy League Championship
    April 23, 2017
    Orlando, Fla.— The Yale women's golf team saved their best for last, giving their strongest team performance on the final day of the Ivy League Championship, ending round three with a team score of 303. Two of Yale's golfers placed within the top 20 golfers. Freshman Beryl Wang was the top golfer for the Bulldogs, with an 12th place finish. Close behind, sophomore Julie Luo placed 18th.
  • Yale Ends Day Two in Seventh
    April 22, 2017
    Orlando, Fla.— During the second round of play, the Yale women’s golf team improved drastically from the previous day’s performance. They earned a day two score of 315, for a tournament score of 649. Freshman Beryl Wang continues to lead the Bulldogs in the tournament.
  • Yale Ends Day One in Seventh
    April 21, 2017
    Orlando, Fla.— On day one of the Ivy League Championship, the Yale women's golf team currently sits in 7th place. Currently leading for the Bulldogs is freshman Beryl Wang with an 82 and sitting at T20th place.
  • Bulldogs off to Ivy League Championship
    April 20, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn.— After last weekend’s successful scrimmage, the Yale women’s golf team enters the Ivy League Championship on a high note. During the scrimmage they tied for first place with BU and placed higher than Brown and Dartmouth, two of their competitors this weekend. The three-day tournament will take place April 21-23 at the Orange Tree Golf Club in Orlando, Fla. The par 72 course stretches over 7,036 yards, challenging the golfers’ staminas.
  • Bulldogs Tie for First
    April 16, 2017
    Last Contest Before Ivies Proves Successful NEW HAVEN, Conn.— It was truly the day of the canines on the Course at Yale as the Yale women's golf team and BU tied for first at today's scrimmage. The Bulldogs and Terriers both ended with team scores of 302. Dartmouth took third, followed by Brown and Quinnipiac.
  • Bulldogs Home for Final Contest
    April 13, 2017
    Yale’s Final Competition Before Ivy Championships NEW HAVEN, Conn.— Just days after their fourth-place finish at the Hoya Invitational, the Yale women’s golf team returns home for its final contest before heading into the Ivy League Championship. The team will be scrimmaging against some stiff competition, including BU, Dartmouth and Quinnipiac. They are set to play on Sunday at the Course at Yale, a par-71, 6,016-yard course known for its relatively short yet tricky holes.
  • Bulldogs Take Fourth at Hoya Invitational
    April 11, 2017
    FINAL DAY OF PLAY MOST COMPETITIVE OF THE TOURNAMENT BEALLSVILLE, Md.– On the final day off the Hoya Invitational, the Yale women’s golf team put up a fight to stay within the top scoring teams. They ended the day with an overall team score of 913 (+49), landing them in fourth place out of fifteen teams.
  • Yale Ends Day One in Second
    April 10, 2017
    Bulldogs Start Strong with Second Place Standing Beallsville, Md– On the first day of the Hoya Invitational, the Yale women’s golf team came out swinging. Day 1 consisted of two rounds of play on the par-72, 6,127-yard Four Streams golf course. Yale currently sits in second place with an overall team score of 605, leading Princeton, last year’s champion, by two strokes. Leading the Bulldogs are standout junior Jennifer Peng, who is currently in first place individually and along with captain and senior Sandy Wongwaiwate, who currently sits in T7th place.
  • Bulldogs Head to Georgetown
    April 06, 2017
    Return of the Bulldogs to Hoya Invitational NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Yale women’s golf team enters the Hoya Invitational on April 10-11th. The tournament will be played on the Four Streams Golf Course in Gaithersburg, Maryland. The par 71 course over 7,102 yards will really put the team’s endurance to the test.
  • Peng Leads Bulldogs in Third Round of Harvard Invitational
    April 02, 2017
    SARASOTA, Fla.– During the final round of the Harvard Invitational, the Yale women’s golf gave their best performance of the tournament with a round score of 304. The Bulldogs finished the tournament in sixth place with a final overall score of 928. The team had three players finish in the top twenty.
  • Yale Ends Day One in Sixth
    April 01, 2017
    SARASOTA, Fla.– On the first day of the Harvard Invitational, the Yale women’s golf team currently sits in 6th place. The Bulldogs were up against fierce competitors in this tournament, including Princeton, Boston University, Dartmouth, Brown, Rollins, Penn and Harvard.
  • Yale Enters Harvard Invitational
    March 30, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – After a successful start to the spring season, the Yale women’s golf team heads to the Harvard Invitational on April 1-2.
  • Yale Takes 16th at March Mayhem
    March 22, 2017
    RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. — After two intense days of competition, the Yale Women's Golf Team took 16th at the March Mayhem at The Farms tournament.
  • Bulldogs Enter Consolation Round
    March 20, 2017
    RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. — On the first day of the March Mayhem at The Farms tournament, the Yale Women’s Golf Team was knocked out by the number one seed, USC.
  • Bulldogs off to March Mayhem
    March 19, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Spring competition has officially kicked into full gear for the Yale women’s golf team. Just days after competing at the Southern Utah Invitational, the team travels to Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., for SDSU’s March Mayhem at The Farms. The tournament will take place March 20-22.
  • Yale Takes Seventh at Southern Utah Invitational
    March 17, 2017
    St. George, Utah— During the final day of competition, the Yale women’s golf team surpassed their day one performances, moving up to seventh place with a second round score of 298, for a total tournament score of 608.
  • Yale Ends Round One in Eighth
    March 16, 2017
    St. George, Utah—On the first day of the Southern Utah Invitational, the Yale women's golf team currently sits tied for eighth place with Montana State and Utah Valley.
  • Yale Starts Spring Season with Southern Utah Invitational
    March 13, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn.— The Yale women's golf team will open its spring season in earnest over the spring break at the Southern Utah Invitational. The tournament will take place Mar. 16-17 at the Sunbrook Golf Course in St. George, Utah.
  • Yale Takes Third at the Yale Intercollegiate
    October 09, 2016
    Behind the remarkable performance of Junior Jennifer Peng (-6) the Yale women’s golf A-Team captured third place at the Yale Intercollegiate. The 19 teams competing this weekend were scheduled for another round of competition today, but due to inclement weather, all competition on the Course at Yale was cancelled. The Yale B-team ended the tournament in 19th place.
  • Yale Ends Round One in Fifth
    October 08, 2016
    The Yale women's golf team performed well at round one of the Yale Intercollegiate Friday, and junior Jennifer Peng continues her impressive streak, ending round one with a score of 70.
  • Bulldogs Move into Third on Day Two
    October 08, 2016
    The Yale A-Team ends day two of the Yale Intercollegiate in third place, trailing Columbia by four points and Boston College by three points. Junior Jennifer Peng (-5) played remarkably today and is a major reason as to Yale’s two position improvement from yesterday. The Yale B-team currently sits in 19th.
  • Golfers Return Home for Yale Intercollegiate
    October 06, 2016
    The Yale women’s golf team will host 17 other schools at this year’s Yale Intercollegiate. The tournament will take place Oct.7-9 at the Course at Yale in New Haven. Yale will face off against some of the nation's best teams on its home course, which is widely recognized as one of the best collegiate courses in the country.
  • Yale Takes Third at Princeton Invitational
    October 02, 2016
    After three rounds of competitive play, the Yale women’s golf team placed third at the Princeton Invitational and had two golfers in the top ten. The team played consistently throughout the tournament and this marks their highest finish this season.
  • Yale Ends Day One of the Princeton Invitational in First
    October 01, 2016
    Behind a dominating first-place performance from Jennifer Peng, Yale ends day one of the Princeton Invitational at Springdale Golf Club in first place. Yale heads into the second day of the invitational two points ahead of rivals Georgetown and Columbia.
  • Bulldogs off to Princeton Invitational
    September 28, 2016
    This weekend, the Yale women’s golf team continues its season at the Princeton Invitational. The invitational will take place on the 6,100 yard, par 72 Springdale Golf Course in Princeton, N.J. The defending champion is Harvard and the defending medalist is Georgetown's Jacquelyn Eleey.
  • Yale Takes Seventh in the Nittany Lion Invitational
    September 25, 2016
    Junior Jennifer Peng (+1) ended round three on a high note for the Yale women's golf team Sunday, firing three birdies and earning a round three score of 73. Her phenomenal play throughout the three rounds of competition earned her fourth place individually in the Nittany Lion Invitational. Seniors Sandy Wongwaiwate (+7) and Elisabeth Bernabe (+7) played well throughout the two days and both ended round three with a score of 79.
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