NORTHFIELD, N.J. - On a wild day at the Ivy League Championships, the Penn women's golf team finished fourth as only nine strokes separated champion Yale from the next three teams.
Yale carded 293 on Sunday and finished the tournament at 913. Harvard shot 295 on Sunday and ended the event at 917, just four strokes back. Princeton went even par on Sunday, at 288, and that put the Tigers in third at 920 overall. Penn, which shot 302 in Sunday's final round, ended the tournament at 922. That was well ahead of fifth-place Columbia (945).
Individually, Michelle Lee ended up as Penn's low scorer for the tournament. She shot even-par 72 on Sunday, which put her at 227 for the event which tied her for fifth place in the 35-player field. The Quakers' other freshman, Rui Li, shot a 78 on Sunday and ended up tied for eighth at 229. Lee was a first-team All-Ivy honoree, while Li earned second-team All-Ivy with her finish.
Isabel Han was Penn's second scorer on Sunday, shooting a 73, and her 232 tied her for 12th overall. Junior Tiffany Cheung carded a 79 on Sunday and ended the tournament tied for 18th overall at 237. Elizabeth Kresock rounded out Penn's lineup, shooting an 84 on Sunday and finished t-27th at 246.
Columbia's Michelle Piyapattra shot a 69 on Sunday and ended the tournament at 2-under-par 214. That was well ahead of the field, as Harvard's Mia Kabasakalis was second overall a full 10 strokes behind (224).