WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The Penn women's golf team enjoyed a strong final round on Tuesday at the C&F Bank Women's Intercollegiate, hosted by William & Mary at the Kingsmill Resort River Course.
The Quakers shot 299 as a team Tuesday, only the second team to break 300 for the entire tournament (Delaware also carded a 299, on Monday). As a result, Penn moved up to fifth place in the 21-team field with a team score of 928 (+76). Longwood led wire-to-wire at the C&F, taking the team title at 912. St. John's was second, at 922, while St. Leo (923) and Toledo (925) also finished ahead of the Quakers.
Individually, freshman Amanda Chin had another superb outing on Tuesday. She shot 73, the team's low score, which put her at 227 for the tournament which was good for fifth place out of 106 golfers who scored. Senior Tiffany Cheung matched her teammate in the first two rounds, but shot 75 on Tuesday which put her in a tie for ninth at 229.
Junior Isabel Han shot a 75 on Tuesday and ended the tournament at 234, tying for 22nd, while Michelle Lee tied for 50th overall with a 242 after carding 80 on Tuesday. Elizabeth Kresock scored for Penn on Tuesday, shooting a 76, and tied for 64th in the field at 249.
Longwood's Kameron Carter took medalist honors, giving Longwood a clean sweep at the event. Carter shot 71-74-76--221 to defeat BC's Katia Joo by three strokes and become the first two-time winner in the 24-year history of the C&F Bank Women's Intercollegiate.
Penn returns to action at the Hoya Invitational, which will take place April 2-3 in Beallsville, Md.