Women's Golf Fifth After Day 1 at River Landing

WALLACE, N.C. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team is in fifth place out of 13 teams after two rounds at the River Landing Classic. The 54-hole tournament is being co-hosted by UNC Wilmington and East Carolina this weekend.

Penn shot 306-311--617 over 36 holes on Saturday. Harvard is in the lead after shooting an 8-over-par 604 on Saturday, and is five shots ahead of second-place Penn State. Among the other Ivy League teams in the field, Yale is in eighth at 630, while Columbia is ninth at 631.

Individually, Rachel Dai (76-76) and Tiffany Yau (78-74) are tied for ninth out of 74 golfers, both at 152. Erin Lo had Penn's low first round, a 74, then followed up with an 82 and is tied for 26th at 156. Isabella Rahm shot 78-79 and is tied for 33rd at 157, while Sophia Chen shot 78-85 and is tied for 52nd at 163. Allison Wong, who is playing in the field as an individual, is also tied for 52nd at 163.

Harvard's Anne Cheng is the individual leader heading into Sunday's final round, shooting 71-73--144 which has her two shots ahead of William & Mary's Alessandra Liu.

Sunday's final round will start at 8:45 a.m. with a shotgun start.

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