Women’s Golf Sits in Second after Day One at NESCAC Championship

Women’s Golf Sits in Second after Day One at NESCAC Championship

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – Amherst women's golf combined for 321, which placed them in second after day one at the NESCAC Championship on Saturday at The Ralph Myhre Golf Course.

Isabelle Ouyang '21 led the way for Amherst as she notched a 79 on the day, tying her for fifth overall in the tournament. Jessica Jeong '20 and Emily Young '20 followed behind Ouyang by both carding an 80 after their first 18 holes, tying them for ninth overall. Morgan Yurosek '20 was the last Mammoth to contribute as she finished with a day one score of 82.

For individuals, Katie Rosenberg '19 led the pack as she notched a 76, tying her for third overall. Lily Worden '21 sat three strokes behind Rosenberg at 79, tying her for fifth. Kate Weiss '19 also finished inside the top-15 as she carded an 81 on day one.

Amherst only sits one stroke behind the leader, Williams, who finished with a 320 on the day. Cordelia Chan led the Ephs (74) while also placing number one overall. Middlebury College sits five strokes behind the Purple and White as they carded a 326 on the day.