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Amanda Chin tied for Penn's low score on Monday, a 75.

Courtesy: University of Pennsylvania
Women's Golf Eighth After Day 2 at C&F Intercollegiate
Courtesy: Mike Mahoney, director of athletic communications  
Release:  03/19/2012
C&F Intercollegiate results through Monday (PDF)

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The Penn women's golf team is in eighth place after two rounds at the C&F Women's Intercollegiate, a 21-team event being hosted at the Kingsmill Resort by William & Mary. The event will conclude with a final round on Tuesday.

The Quakers shot 312 on Monday, improving on Sunday's round by five strokes. They are at 629 for the tournament so far, six strokes behind seventh-place Toledo. Longwood remains in first place with a two-round 603; they are 11 strokes ahead of St. Leo. Boston College is third, at 617.

Senior Tiffany Cheung and freshman Amanda Chin followed up their first-round 79s with 75s on Monday, and tied for 19th overall at 154. Isabel Han fired an 80 on Monday and is now tied for 33rd at 159, while Michelle Lee carded an 82 and is tied for 49th at 162. Elizabeth Kresock shot 90 on Monday and is tied for 77th in the field at 173.

Kameron Carter is still the clubhouse leader; she shot a 74 on Monday and is three strokes up with a two-round 145 (+3). Kelly Okun from host William & Mary and Delaware's Andrea Slane are tied for second, at 148 (+6).



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