#21 Women’s Golf Kicks Off First Day Of NESCAC Championship

#21 Women’s Golf Kicks Off First Day Of NESCAC Championship
#21 Women’s Golf Kicks Off First Day Of NESCAC Championship

Morgan Lee carded a 75 on Saturday.

The 21st-ranked Middlebury women’s golf team sits in fourth place following the first day of action at the NESCAC Championship. Fifth-ranked Williams leads the way with a score of 289, while spots two through four are tightly bunched with #22 Hamilton in second (311), #14 Amherst in third (312) and the (313).

TOURNAMENT INFORMATION

  • Location: Taconic Golf Club (Williamstown, Massachusetts)
  • Host School: Williams
  • Course: Taconic Golf Club
  • Pair: 71
  • Yards: 5,665
  • Teams Competing: 4

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Audrey Tir sits in a three-way tie for second place, shooting a two-over par 73. The Panther tallied a birdie on the par-four sixth hole and an eagle on the par-five 18th.
  • Next for Middlebury is Morgan Lee, one of two players to card a 75 on the day. Lee also recorded a trio of birdies including one on the first and eighth holes.
  • Posting a pair of birdies was Ella Han who is tied for 15th with two other players after shooting an 81.
  • Sophia Hwang tallied birdies on the 14th and 18th holes on her way to an 84 to finish the day in a tie for 19th place.
  • Rounding out the scorers for the Panthers is Mia Politanotied for 21st with an 85.

NOTES

  • Middlebury is seeking its first NESCAC Title.

After the second round concludes, the league champion will be decided on Sunday, May 5.

 
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