WEST TRENTON, N.J. - The Penn women's golf team finished fifth at the Ivy League Championships, which concluded Sunday at Trenton Golf Club.
The Quakers shot 350 Sunday and finished at 1,009, a good 35 shots behind fourth-place Harvard (326-329-319--974). Columbia won its first team title, carding 318 Sunday and finishing at 933, 10 strokes ahead of second-place Princeton. Yale was third at 953.
Dartmouth (1,022) and Brown (1,034) rounded out the seven-team tournament field.
Freshman Lisette Vitter led the way for the Quakers individually, carding a trio of 81s on the weekend to finish at 243 and tie for 13th overeall. Classmate Meredith Kotowski was next on the scoreboard, as she scored 78-83-91--252 and tied for 21st overall.
Junior Meg Bender, an All-Ivy golfer a year ago, carded 80-83-91--254 and finished alone in 24th. SeniorStephanie Stamas (89-84-89--262) and freshman Catherine Elliott (92-88-89--269) both scored for the Quakers Sunday en route to finishing 30th and t-33, respectively.
Columbia went 1-2 in the individual chase, as Sara Ovadia (71-79-76--226) took medalist honors and Stevy Loy (74-75-81--230) finished four strokes back. Princeton's Susannah Aboff (75-76-80--231) was third.