The Central Connecticut State University women's golf team is currently in 11th place after two rounds at the Yale Intercollegiate. The Blue Devils finished with a score of 346 in round one and followed that up with a 329 in second round play on Saturday. CCSU was led by freshman Anna Ausanio, who is currently in a tie for 30th on the leaderboard. Ausanio carded a seven over par 78 to start the tournament and then shot 83 in the second round to finish day one with a 161.
Freshman Katie Reid finished with the second best score for the Blue Devils during day one of competition. She is currently in 38th place with a score of 163 (82-81). Freshman Stephanie Bednar and junior Chelsea Woods finished within one stroke of each other after the first two rounds of play on Saturday. Bednar is tied for 53rd with a score of 175 (93-82), while Woods is in 55th after carding a 176(93-83) today.
Harvard is currently in first place with a score of 610. The teams will continue play on Sunday with the final 18 holes.