UAlbany Communications and Marketing Women's Golf Finishes Yale Intercollegiate Day Early UAlbany Sports Information 10-09-2017 Related Links Scores Sign Up For Free Email Updates NEW HAVEN, C.T. –Women’s Golf Finish: 10th / 15Tournament: Yale IntercollegiateLocation: New Haven, C.T. – the Course at YaleShort Story: After a rained-out third round, UAlbany finished 10th based on scores from rounds one and two. Megan Henry and Annika Espino finished on top for the Great Danes tying for 20th.Team Round Scores: 297-310 --- 607 (+39) COMMENTS FROM HEAD COACH“This weekend was a great learning experience. We played some teams that we haven't seen before this season and we beat them on day one. It not only proved to our players, but to the other schools that we are a new team and we can compete with anyone,” said head coach Colleen Cashman-McSween.“Round one got us off to a great start as we shot close to a program best. Unfortunately, we weren't able to play our final round because of the rain, yet I still believe that we gained some valuable experience by playing against such great competition.”SCORES Finish Round 1 Round 2 Total Megan Henry T 20 74 76 150 (+8) Annika Espino T 20 74 76 150 (+8) Helga Einarsdottir T 35 71 81 152 (+10) Annie Lee T 50 78 77 155 (+13) Tiffany Kuroki T 87 85 85 170 (+28) Caroline Juillat** T 60 79 78 157 (+15) ** = Individual RECAPWomen’s Golf finished 10th at the Yale Intercollegiate after only two rounds of play. The the tournament ended a round early due to inclement weather at the course in New Haven, CT. Therefore, all teams finished the tournament based on the scores from their first two rounds. UAlbany finished with overall round scores of 297-310 - 607 (+39). Stirling took home the title shooting 580 (+12). Individually, both Megan Henry and Annika Espino led the team with a tie for 20th place each with round scores of 74-76 (+8). Following closely behind was Helga Einarsdottir who shot her first hole-in-one of her career. On day one, Einarsdottir launched the beautiful shot 147 yard shot on hole 15. Einarsdottir tied for 35th overall with round scores of 71-81 (+10). Seniors Annie Lee (T 50) and Tiffany Kuroki (T 87) rounded out the lineup with scores of 78- 77 (+13) and 85-85 (+28) respectively.