Oct. 4, 2015
Battling rain and wind all day, the Georgetown University women's golf team is tied for seventh place among 15 teams at the Princeton Invitational, being played at the Springdale Golf Club in New Jersey.
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 in the first round and will play 18 on Sunday.
Host Princeton shot an 18-over par 306 and is in first place, with Columbia in second place at 24-over par 312. Rutgers is in third place (27-over par 315), with Harvard and Yale tied for fourth place (30-over par 318).
The Hoyas are tied for seventh place with Penn at 32-over par 320.
Sophomore Jacquelyn Eleey (Quincy, Mass. /The Taft School) was Georgetown's top finisher after the first round, carding a 4-over par 76.
Freshman Christina Parsells (Bernardsville, N.J./Kent Place) is tied for 20th place at 7-over par 79 and senior co-captain Mackenzie Boydston (Keller, Texas/Nolan Catholic) is tied for 29th place, two shots back at 9-over par 81.
Freshman Alexa Popowitz (Boca Raton, Fla./St. Andrew's) shot a 12- over par 84 and is tied for 48th place and classmate Pendleton Bogache (Myrtle Beach, S.C./Episcopal [Va.]) is tied for 73rd place at 16-over par 88.