U.S. Women's Amateur Stroke Play Results
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Penn rising sophomore Isabel Han has advanced to match play at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship, making her the first player in program history to advance this far at the USGA's most prestigious event for amateurs.
Han shot 74-77--151 on the par-72 Charlotte Country Club and was one of six players to finish in a tie for 64th place. In the six-for-one playoff to determine the final match-play spot, Han emerged victorious.
Han will face Rachel Rohanna (Waynesburg, Pa.) on Wednesday morning at 10:50 a.m. Rohanna, a rising sophomore at Ohio State,shot a tournament-record 65 in Monday's first round and followed that up with a 73 Tuesday to finish at 138 in stroke play and tie for first place overall. Overall, 64 players will attempt to advance through match play for the championship.
Two other players with Penn ties played in the event but were unable to advance to match play. Incoming freshman Michelle Lee shot 79-76--155 and tied for 95th, while recent graduate Meredith Kotowski shot 78-78--156 and tied for 105th. A total of 156 golfers took place in the event.