BEALLSVILLE, Md. - The Penn women's golf team is tied for fifth place out of 11 teams after two rounds at the Hoya Women's Invitational. The 54-hole tournament is being hosted by Georgetown at The Members Club at Four Streams.
Penn shot 319 in Monday's morning round and was in second place behind St. John's. However, the Quakers shot a 327 in the afternoon and saw Old Dominion, Eastern Michigan and Nova Southeastern move past them in the standings. St. John's remains in first place at 635, while ODU is at 637 and Eastern Michigan is at 639. Nova SE is at 640, while Penn and Richmond are both at 646.
Two Penn players are in the Top 10 among 68 golfers in the field heading into Tuesday's final round. Freshman Amanda Chin shot 75-84--159, while junior Isabel Han shot 80-79--159; they are both tied for ninth. Chin was tied for first place after Monday's first round.
Senior Tiffany Cheung is tied for 14th (78-83--161), while Elizabeth Kresock is tied for 35th (86-81--167) and Olivia Chang is tied for 63rd (88-97--185). Junior Libby Hooton is playing the tournament as an individual and is also tied for 63rd (94-91--185).
Old Dominion's Elizabeth Haycock is in first place after shooting 77-72--149; she is two shots ahead of Daniela Ortiz (Nova Southeastern).