Women's Golf Finishes Fifth at Ivy Championships

BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team finished fifth at the Ivy League Championships, which concluded Sunday at Saucon Valley. The 54-hole tournament was played on Saucon Valley's par-72 Grace Course.

Penn shot 307 on Sunday, improving from its previous round for the second-straight day. Overall, the Quakers shot 947, which was 83 over par. Harvard took the team championship, its fourth straight, with a three-round 923 which was one shot ahead of second-place Yale (924). Columbia was third, at 936.

Individually, sophomore Sophia Chen shot a 73 on Sunday and finished third in the field of 34 golfers at 228, just one stroke off the pace set by Brown's Christine Kim and Yale's Marika Liu. (Kim defeated Liu on the first playoff hole to earn medalist honors at the event.) Chen was named first-team All-Ivy for her finish.

Senior Amanda Chin shot a 75 on Sunday and finished tied for 14th overall at 236 in her final collegiate tournament, while freshman Michelle Yom shot a 77 and finished tied for 22nd at 241 in her first Championships appearance. Sophomore Isabella Rahm was Penn's other scorer on Sunday, carding an 82 to finish at 242 overall which placed her 25th. Classmate Erin Lo's final-round 84 left her at 256, 33rd overall.