Final Results in PDF Format
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team finished 13th out of 18 teams at the William & Mary Invitational, which took place this weekend at Ford's Colony GC. The two-day event was played on the Marsh Hawk Course.
The Quakers shot a pair of 339s on the weekend for a two-round team score of 678. The University of Toledo won the event with a two-round 298-304--602, defeating host William & Mary by 26 strokes. The only other Ivy League team in the event, Dartmouth College, placed ninth overall with 330-326--656.
Meg Bender was Penn's top finisher this weekend. The sophomore carded 83-82--165 to finish 36th overall. Two teammates were right on her heels, as both senior Kim Thompson (81-85--166) and junior Stephanie Stamas (83-83--166) tied for 37th just one stroke behind. Senior Megan Brady carded 92-89--181 and finished 74th overall,while freshmanNicole Kouch shot 95-89--184 and placed 77th.
Kim Kester led a 1-2-3 sweep for Toledo, taking medalist honors with 75-72--147. She finished three strokes ahead of teammates Tammy Clelland and Joanna Periversoff, who tied for second.
Penn is in action again next weekend, traveling to the Georgetown Invitational which will run Saturday and Sunday.