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Women's Golf to Host Princeton Invitational at Springdale This Weekend

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 09/11/2013
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Alexandra Wong and the Tigers will open the season with the Princeton Invitational Saturday and Sunday.
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The Princeton Invitational will return to the Springdale Golf Club this weekend as players from eight teams convene for three rounds Saturday and Sunday.

Tee times, which are available at the PDF link on this page, will begin at 8 a.m. each day on the first and 10th holes. Two rounds are on the schedule for Saturday.

Columbia, Delaware, Harvard, Lehigh, Penn, Princeton, St. John's and Seton Hall will comprise the field, which will play on the par-72, 6,131-yard course.

It is the 16th installment of the tournament, which was first held in 1997. The Tigers have won eight of the first 15 team titles, most recently in 2007. That was also the last year a Tiger won the individual title at the home meet, with Susannah Aboff '09 taking the honor.

In the 2011 event, the most recent tournament held, Harvard won by four shots over Brown while current Harvard junior Tiffany Lim won the individual title by six shots over current Columbia senior Michelle Piyapattra. The Tigers will look very different this time, with just one of the five players in that tournament on the 2013-14 roster.

Senior Kelly Shon, who has played in the NCAA East Regional in each of her three seasons and advanced to the NCAA Championship last spring, leads the Tigers into the 2013-14 campaign. Three of the eight Tigers are freshmen, with a coast-to-coast representation that includes Isabella Bosetti (California), Hana Ku (New Jersey) and Jordan Lippetz (Florida).

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