WELLESLEY, Mass. – The Amherst College women's golf team begins their season with an effective day one result at the familiar Ann S. Batchelder Invitational which saw four Mammoths place within the top ten for individual play after their first round of play at Nehoiden Golf Course.
Mina Lee '22, Emily Young '20, Morgan Yurosek '20, and India Gaume '22 were the four Mammoths who placed within the top ten on the initial day for the individuals. Gaume had the most notable performance as she tied for first place by carding three over par with a 75. Yurosek is right behind her with a mark of 76 (+4) while Young and Lee are both tied for eighth with a 79 (+7) on day one.
Amherst also had three other players place in the top 20 alongside their teammates previously stated. Lily Worden '21 currently sits tied for 11th place at +8 while Jessica Jeong '20 sits right behind her at +9. Sophomore Isabelle Ouyang '21 also joins the rankings sitting tied in 18th with an 82 mark.
Amherst College currently holds second place after day one behind Wellesley College with a combined team score of 311 (+23). Wellesley sits five strokes ahead at 306 (+18), while Vassar College sits in third behind the Mammoths with a combined score of 325 (+37).
Day two of the Ann S. Batchelder Invitational will kick off tomorrow at 9 AM.
Total Teams: 6
Course Par: 72
Top-Mammoth: India Gaume '22