The University at Albany women's golf team finished 12th at the Yale Invitational on Sunday with a 90-over 342 (318-308-316) over the three rounds at The Course at Yale in New Haven, Conn.
Helga Einarsdottir tied for 32nd at the event, which included 17 teams. The junior from Iceland shot a 4-over 75 on Sunday in her best round of the tournament.
Caroline Juillat was 25-over (79-75-84), and Madison walker finished 26-over (82-78-79) for the Great Danes, who conclude their fall schedule next weekend at the Brown Bear Invitational.
Boston University was first in the event with a team score of 38-over 890, and BU's Hanako Kawasaki was the individual leader, finishing at 2-under, including a 4-under 67 in the final round.
Head Coach Colleen Cashman-McSween: "Unfortunately, this weekend's tournament didn't go as well as we were hoping. It seemed like we never found our groove on the very large greens that just resulted in too many three-putts. This entire season we have been making a lot of birdies, but when we don't do that to help balance out the mistakes, the scores just aren't there. We will take this week to work on the mistakes and gain some confidence and then get right back at it next weekend on a new course in the Brown event."