Women's Golf Finishes 13th at William & Mary

Final Results in PDF Format

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The Penn women's golf team finished 13th of 19 teams at the William & Mary Invitational, held this weekend.

The Quakers shot a two-round score of 329-332--661, and finished six strokes behind the host Tribe for 12th place. The team title went to Western Michigan, which carded 310-307--617 and finished just two strokes ahead of a Methodist which came back strong on Sunday -- after shooting 326 in Saturday's first round, they came back to card a 293 Sunday for a 33-stroke improvement.

Among the other Ivy League teams, Columbia placed fourth overall (311-325--636) while Dartmouth took 17th (338-344--682).

Penn was led individually by freshman Lisette Vitter, who followed up a first-round 78 with a 79 Sunday for a two-round 157 which tied her for 19th place. Classmate Meredith Kotowski also shot a 79 Sunday and finished the tournament tied for 34th with a 162.

Meg Bender (80-85--165) tied for 48th overall, while senior Stephanie Stamas (88-89--177) finished 84th overall. Catherine Elliott (96-89--185) rounded out Penn's contingent at the tournament, and placed 94th.

Penn is back in action next weekend, taking part in the Hoya Invitational at Leesburg, Va. The event will be hosted by Georgetown University.

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