Women's Golf Finishes Fifth at Ivy Championships

Final Results (PDF)

BEDMINSTER, N.J. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team finished in fifth place at the Ivy League Championships, which concluded Sunday at Trump National Bedminster.

The Quakers shot 325 on Sunday and ended the 54-hole tournament at 954 (90 over par). Harvard won the team title, shooting a 304 on Sunday and finishing at 909 which was one stroke ahead of Princeton (301 on Sunday, 910 overall). Yale (315) was third, at 930, while Columbia (309) was fourth at 944.

Sophomore Amanda Chin finished the tournament at 230 after shooting an 81 Sunday; she tied for seventh in the field of 35 golfers and earned second-team All-Ivy for the second time in as many years. Senior Isabel Han, in her final tournament, had Penn's low score on Sunday (79) and finished tied for 12th at 235.

Olivia Chang (84 on Sunday) ended the event at 242 and tied for 18th, while Michelle Lee (81) shot 250 and placed 27th. Allison Oakes (86) tied for 28th with a three-round 253.

Princeton's Kelly Shon (73 on Sunday) and Harvard's Christine Lin (71) both finished the tournament at 218, and in the first playoff in Ivy League Championships history Shon defeated Lin on the first hole to gain medalist honors.

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