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Crimson women’s golf remain unbeaten; win sixth tournament

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The Harvard women’s golf team, which before this past weekend (April 4-5) had won each of the five tournaments they competed in this season, made it six-for-six on Sunday (April 5), completing the 2009 Brown Invitational 34 strokes ahead of second-place finisher Boston College. Competing against golfers from Boston College, Boston University, Brown, and Dartmouth — Crimson divot diggers Emily Balmert ’09, Christine Cho ’12, Sarah Harvey ’10, and Mia Kabasakalis ’11 finished as the top four golfers in the tournament, respectively.

Harvard — whose first-place finish is the program’s eighth consecutive title dating back to last season and its 11th victory in the past 14 tournaments — will return to the green when they travel to New York City for the Roar-ee Invitational April 18-19.