Wrapping up the autumn portion of its schedule, the Harvard women’s golf team traveled to the Mid-Atlantic to take part in the University of Delaware Lady Blue Hen Invitational. After three rounds of play, the Crimson secured a first-place finish, bookending the fall slate with a pair of championships.
Entering its second tournament thus far on the season, the Harvard women’s golf team traveled south to compete in the Princeton Invitational. In its first three round event of the season, the Crimson walked away with a ninth place finish.
uilding on the strong finish to last season, the Crimson walked away with the first-place finish at this weekend's Navy Fall Invitational, leading a pack of 16 schools from across the nation.
Kevin Rhoads, who serves as both the men's and woman's golf coach at Harvard, guided both his teams to Ivy League Championships this year.
For the fifth season in a row, the Harvard women’s golf team took the course in the NCAA regional round. This time around, the Crimson took a trip to The University Club in Baton Rouge, La. to join a field of 18 competitors. After three rounds of play, the women walked away in a tie for ninth.
Looking to build on last weekend’s third place finish at the Rebel Intercollegiate, the Harvard women’s golf team took its talents to the River Landing Classic in Wallace, N.C. After playing 54 holes over a two-day stretch, the Crimson earned itself another third place finish as play wrapped up Sunday.
Fresh off its third first-place finish of the season, the four-time defending Ivy League champion Harvard women’s golf team headed to Oxford, Miss., this weekend to take part in the Rebel Intercollegiate. After 54 holes over three days of play, the squad came away in a tie for third with Fresno State.
At the Lady Blue Hen Invitational in Rehoboth Beach, Del., Harvard’s one-two punch of sophomore Lita Guo and junior Anne Cheng led the Crimson to a tournament victory at plus-39. Facing off against 12 other teams and 70 other golfers, members of the duo finished first and second overall, respectively.
Out of a field of 86 golfers at the Yale Invitational this past weekend, only 21 carded scores of par or below on any of the three days of action. Two Harvard players were able to shoot their way into this group, and they happened to be the team’s two freshmen.
Bracing torrential downpour and icy winds for most of the weekend, the Harvard women’s golf team edged Princeton out by one stroke to rise from fourth on Saturday to first place on Sunday in the Princeton Invitational.
Now in his 11th season of coaching the Harvard women’s golf team and his third season with the men's team, Kevin Rhoads has accomplished far more with both programs than his predecessors.