Women's Golf 11th After One Day in Williamsburg

First-Round Results in PDF Format

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The Penn women's golf team is in 11th place out of 19 teams after one day at the William & Mary Invitational. The final round will take place tomorrow.

The Quakers shot a team score of 329 on the 6,030-yard, par-72 course, and are just one shot behind Marshall, Bucknell and Virginia's Blue team. Among Ivy teams, Columbia is second overall (311) while Dartmouth is 15th (338). The team leader is Western Michigan, which carded 310 Saturday.

Penn's best scorer Saturday was freshman Lisette Vitter, who shot a six-over par 78 and is tied for 17th overall. Junior Meg Bender finished with an 80 and is tied for 25th.

Freshman Meredith Kotowski carded an 83 Saturday and is tied for 46th overall, while Stephanie Stamas shot 88 and is tied for 73rd. The Quaker contingent is rounded out by Catherine Elliott, who shot a 96 and is 94th overall.

Laura Bavaird of Western Michigan leads the tournament after shooting the only par round of the day. She is two shots ahead of Methodist's Charlotte Williams and Columbia's Sara Ovadia.

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