W Golf - Archives 2016-17
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The Dartmouth women's golf team wrapped up its fall slate today, winding up seventh with a score of 959 (+107) at the University of Delaware Lady Blue Hen Invitational.
Sophomore Julia Calbi is currently leading the Dartmouth women's golf team to seventh place with a score of 640 (+72) after the first day of the University of Delaware Blue Hen Invitational.
The women's golf team had to settle for fifth place when rain canceled the final day of competition at Yale on Sunday.
A day after shooting a program record-low six over 290 to take the lead at the Yale Women's Intercollegiate, the Dartmouth women's golf team fell back into fifth place with a 15-over 299.
Julia Calbi and Maddie Nelson both shot a career-low one-under 70 to help Dartmouth sit atop the leaderboard after the first day of competition at the Yale Women's Intercollegiate.
Julia Calbi shot a 73 in the final round of the Princeton Invitational, helping Dartmouth place fourth of 12 teams and beat out the host Tigers by a stroke.
After completing 36 holes at the Princeton Invitational hosted by the Springdale Golf Club, the Dartmouth women's golf team is currently seated in fourth place among the 12 teams.
Dartmouth finished tied for third at its own invitational with Sacred Heart, scoring a combined 611 (+35).
The Dartmouth women's golf team hosted its invitational at the Hanover Country Club, finishing the first round in second place, while the B team is in fifth.
A total of 26 veterans from the VA Hospital in White River Junction, Vermont, have signed up for the golf clinic at Hanover Country Club on August 18.
Four members of the Dartmouth women's golf team were named to the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholars Team, as announced by the organization this week.