Oct. 4, 2015
Georgetown University sophomore Jacquelyn Eleey (Quincy, Mass. /The Taft School) shot a 1-over par 73 on Sunday to finish at 5-over par 149 for two rounds and won the individual title at the Princeton Invitational, held at Springdale Golf Club in New Jersey.
The Hoyas finished in sixth place at 61-over par 637.
Harvard shot a 10-over par 298 in the final round and posted a 36-hole score of 40-over par 616 to top the 15-team field. Princeton was second (41-over par 617), with Columbia third (47-over par 623), Rutgers fourth (67-over par 633) and Yale fifth at 59-over par 635.
Georgetown was tied for seventh place after a first round score of 32-over par 320 and posted a 29-over par 317 in Sunday's final round.
The teams were originally scheduled to play 36 holes on Saturday, but inclement weather forced the tournament to be shortened to 36 holes from 54 holes. Teams played 18 holes each day.
Eleey was tied for fifth place after a first round score of 4-over par 76, but fired the 1-over par 73 Ã¢â'¬" tied for the best round of the tournament Ã¢â'¬" to move into the lead. Her score of 5-over par 149 topped the field of 79 golfers.
Freshman Christina Parsells (Bernardsville, N.J./Kent Place) tied for 23rd at 17-over par 161, while classmate Alexa Popowitz (Boca Raton, Fla./St. Andrew's) shot a 7-over par 79 on Sunday and finished in a tie for 31st place at 19-over par 163.
Senior co-captain Mackenzie Boydston (Keller, Texas/Nolan Catholic) tied for 55th place at 24-over par 168 and freshman Pendleton Bogache (Myrtle Beach, S.C./Episcopal [Va.]) posted a 27-over par 171 and tied for 68th place.
Georgetown is back in action on Friday, Oct. 9 when the team begins play in the Yale Intercollegiate.