Shon captures individual Ivy title, Tigers finish second - Sports
| May 02, 2013
For junior Kelly Shon, the end of this year’s golf season was a mix of old and new. On Tuesday it was announced that for the third consecutive year, Shon had been selected to play in an NCAA Regional golf championship. While the tournament will be nothing unfamiliar for Shon, the announcement was preceded by something entirely new.
On Sunday at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J., Shon won her first ever Ivy League individual championship and, with the victory, was named the Ivy League Player of the Year, just the second Princeton women’s golfer to win the honor.
Sports Shorts: Women's Lacrosse, Softball, Golf, Crew - Sports
| April 15, 2013Women’s Lacrosse: Tigers clinch Ivy tournament berthThe women’s lacrosse team continued its dominance in the Ivy League when it took down Harvard 11-9 at Class of 1952 Stadium on Saturday. The win maintains the Tigers’ perfect record in Ivy play through five games and clinches a spot in the Ivy ...
D'Amato claims second individual title - Sports
| April 08, 2013
Senior Bernie D’Amato kicked off the men’s golf team’s spring season with an impressive individual performance, shooting 1-over to clinch the Yale Spring Opener individual title at The Course at Yale in New Haven, Conn.
Golf: Shon and Prchal receive national attention - Sports
| February 20, 2013Last spring, the women’s golf team took sixth place at the Ivy League Championship. The finish was disappointing, especially considering that junior Kelly Shon had recently become Princeton’s first tournament medalist in three years at the Low Country Intercollegiate. Shon, a sophomore at the time, was just two shots short of qualifying for first-team All-Ivy League, a feat that she had accomplished as a freshman. Instead, Shon took second-team all-Ivy honors and Princeton ended the season with a lackluster performance.
Golf: Shon finishes one shot shy of cut at U.S. Women's Open - Sports
| July 09, 2011Rising sophomore Kelly Shon competed at the U.S. Women’s Open this weekend at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo. Shon made a late charge, birdieing two of her final seven holes, but she finished one shot above the cut line at plus-eight. Her two-round score of 150 placed her tied for 73rd in the 156-player field.