Women's Golf Finishes Sixth at Shortened Yale Fall Intercollegiate

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team finished sixth out of 19 teams at the Yale Fall Intercollegiate. The 54-hole event was shortened to 36 due to inclement weather on Sunday.

Penn shot 296-295--591 in Saturday's two rounds. Columbia was the team champion, carding a 581 on Saturday to finish one shot ahead of second-place Boston College. Among the Ivy teams in the field, the host Bulldogs were third (585); Harvard was fouth (588); Dartmouth was fifth (589); Princeton was eighth (593); and Brown was 15th (602).

Isabella Rahm was Penn's low scorer on Saturday; she shot a pair of 1-over-par 72s to finish at 144 and tie for 10th in a field of 101 golfers. Michelle Yom was one shot behind Rahm, tying for 14th (73-72--145), while Christina Park (74-77--151) and Erin Lo (77-75--151) tied for 42nd. Sophia Chen shot 84-78--162 and tied for 87th. Tiffany Yau played the tournament as an individual and tied for 87th, shooting 85-77--162.

Yale's Jennifer Peng and Tara Hebert of Cincinnati tied for the individual title, both shooting 6-under-par 136.

Penn will close out the fall portion of its season in two weeks at the Delaware Invitational in Rehoboth Beach, Del.