PRINCETON, N.J. -- The Ivy League women’s
golf 2012-13 campaign opened on Sept. 15 and 16, when Brown,
Dartmouth and Yale competed in the Dartmouth Invitational in
Hanover, N.H. The Bulldogs took the team title out of 12 teams with
a total score of 598, while Brown finished third (619) and
Dartmouth came in fourth (622).
Yale sophomore Shreya Ghei led the way for the Bulldogs, finishing the tournament with a one-under-par total of 143 to win the individual title. In addition to Ghei, four other golfers made the top-ten: sophomore Marika Liu, sophomore Caroline Rouse, junior Seo Hee Moon and junior Sun Gyoung Park.
Pacing the Bears was sophomore Stephanie Hsieh, who finished third individually at 146, shooting two-under–par 69 in the final round, the lowest of the tournament. Freshman Maggie Min made her college debut and placed ninth individually on rounds of 76-75--151.
Dartmouth shot 315 on day one of the invite and improved with 307 strokes at Sunday’s finale. With a 76-71--147, sophomore Jane Lee led the Big Green with a fifth-place showing. She finished just four strokes behind the individual winner, Ghei.
Six out of the eight Ivy League schools competed in the Yale Women’s Fall Intercollegiate in New Haven, Conn, on Sept. 21-23, Harvard finished in third-place out of 16 teams with an overall score of 886, followed by Yale (t-fourth, 909) and Princeton (eighth, 919). Brown came in 10th-place with an overall score of 945, while Penn tied for 11th (954) and Dartmouth finished 14th (977).
Princeton junior Kelly Shon was the top finisher among the Ivies, placing fourth individually with a three-day tally of 217 (74-71-72). Harvard sophomore Tiffany Lim, last year’s Ivy League Rookie of the Year, was right behind Shon with a fifth-place individual finish, carding a 218 (73-73-72).
All five of Yale’s golfers placed in the top-40, led by Moon, who recorded a three-day score of 225 (75-73-77).
Brown shot a 54-hole 945 on rounds of 317-317-311. Hsieh turned in another strong performance with a 75-73-75-223 to finish 14th individually, putting her in a tie with Penn sophomore Amanda Chin (81-74-68). Dartmouth’s Lee led the Big Green, tying for 26th-place with a 78-75-76--229.
Columbia opened its season at the Bucknell Invitational, placing fifth out of 15 teams. Freshman Monique Ishikawa finished her first collegiate tournament tied for second (70-84-740--228). The Lions then finished fourth out of 11 in the Murray State Invitational. Columbia was led by junior Michelle Piyapattra, who tied for seventh overall.
Women’s Golf Third At Dartmouth Invitational
Women’s Golf Claims Fifth-Place at Bucknell Invitational
Women’s Golf Claims Fourth at Murray State Invitational
Women’s Golf Takes Fourth at Dartmouth Invitational
Women’s Golf Finishes 14th at Yale Fall Intercollegiate
Women’s Golf Places Third at Yale Intercollegiate
Women’s Golf 11th of 16 at Yale Intercollegiate
Women’s Golf Finishes Eighth at Yale
Ghei Claims Title as Bulldogs Clinch Season Opener
Women’s Golf Ties for Fourth at Home