Three Earn All-Ivy in Women's Golf

PHILADELPHIA - The Ivy League announced its postseason honors for women's golf, and Penn was represented by three women who earned All-Ivy recognition. The All-Ivy teams are based on a player's finish at the Ivy League Championships, which was played this past weekend on the famed Baltusrol course in Springfield, N.J.

Freshman Isabel Han and sophomore Tiffany Cheung both earned first-team All-Ivy recognition. Playing in her first Ivy League Championships, Han shot 79-74-75--228 and finished as individual runner-up to Yale's Alyssa Roland. Cheung, meanwhile, carded a 77-76-77--230 and finished third overall.

Senior Lisette Vitter was a second-team All-Ivy honoree. Player her final Championships, Vitter shot 77-78-77--232 which placed her sixth overall.

This marked the first time Penn had three women earn All-Ivy in the same year; in fact, prior to this season only four women had gained All-Ivy since the program began competing at the Ivy Championships in 2000. Han, Cheung and Vitter are the first Quaker women to earn All-Ivy recognition since Meg Bender and Kim Thompson in 2006.

In a vote of the Ivy League head coaches, Harvard sophomoreChristine Cho was named the Ivy League Player of the Year while her freshman teammate, Katie Sylvan, was a unanimous selection as the Ivy League Rookie of the Year.


First Team
Alyssa Roland, Yale
Isabel Han, Penn
Tiffany Cheung, Penn
Callie Kemmer, Yale
Katie Sylvan, Harvard

Second Team
Lisette Vitter, Penn
Lynda Kwon, Columbia
Christine Cho, Harvard
Anna Jang, Princeton
Claire Sheldon, Harvard

Player of the Year
Christine Cho, Harvard

Rookie of the Year
Katie Sylan, Harvard (unanimous)