BEALLSVILLE, Md. - With the cancellation of Tuesday's final round, the Penn women's golf team finished tied for third place out of 17 teams at the Hoya Invitational. The event was hosted by Georgetown University at the par-72, 6,125-yard The Members Club at Four Streams.
The Quakers shot 319 in Monday's first round and followed up with a 317 in the second round, giving them a two-round 636 which put them in a tie with Princeton (315-321--636). Nova Southeastern was the overall team leader (307-316--623), while Yale was second (318-309--627). There are two other Ivy League teams in the field; both Harvard and Columbia tied for eighth place at 655.
Individually, sophomore Isabel Han tied for ninth in the 89-player field after shooting 78-79--157 on Monday. Freshman Rui Li tied for 11th (79-79--158), while freshman Michelle Lee tied for 14th (82-77--159) and junior Tiffany Cheung tied for 24th (80-82--162). Elizabeth Kresock (90-89--179) finished 82nd.
The individual champion was Sandra Changkija of Nova Southeastern, whose 71-75--146 put her three shots ahead of second-place Harin Lee from St. John's (76-73--149).
Penn has one more event before the Ivy League Championships at the end of the month, competing in the Roar-ee Invitational hosted by Columbia University on April 15-16.