Women’s Golf Shows Consistency at Jack Leaman Invitational

Women’s Golf Shows Consistency at Jack Leaman Invitational

SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. – Amherst College women's golf is playing host to nine other schools from around the region this weekend and the Mammoths sit in sixth place after Day 1 at their Jack Leaman Invitational at The Ledges Golf Club.

The Mammoths got matching scores of 83 from four of their players and trail Middlebury by one stroke and fourth place Vassar by just two strokes.

Maggie Schoeller '19, Isabelle Ouyang '21, Mina Lee '22 and Katie Rosenberg '19 all shot matching rounds of 83, good for eleven over par. The group are all tied for 21st overall. Lily Worden '21 sits in 29th place after a first day round of 85.

Competing as an individual, India Gaume '22 carded an 82 for the best score by a Mammoth. Gaume sits tied for 17th after Day 1, while Kate Weiss '19 shot a 91, also as an individual competitor.

Williams leads after a first round 308, 16 shots clear of a second place tie between NYU and Wellesley.

Middlebury's Chloe Levins leads overall with a 75, and Williams' Cordelia Chan and Joanna Kim are each a stroke back after opening round 76's.

The tournament will conclude on Sunday with a 9:00 AM shotgun start. At the conclusion of the event, team and individual trophies will be handed out.