Women's Golf Finishes Fifth at Ivy League Championships

Final Results

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - The Penn women’s golf fell one spot after Day 1 of the Ivy League Championships, finishing in fifth place after three rounds of play with a total of 936.

Individually, sophomore Lisette Vitter tied for eighth place to record the best finish for the Quakers at 12 over par. Vitter shot a 75 in Round 1, a 77 in Round 2 and a 76 in Round 3 for a final tally of 228.

Sophomore Meredith Kotowski shot a 232 over the three rounds (78, 76, 78) to finish in a tie for 12th, while Meg Bender carded a 237 (77, 78, 82) to cap off her golf career at Penn with a 19th-place finish.

Sophomore Catherine Elliott shot 239 (78, 76, 85), good for a 21st-place tie.

Harvard won the tournament by 10 strokes over Columbia, shooting a collective 890 to the Lions’ 900. Princeton finished just one stroke behind Columbia with a 901 for third place.

Yale secured fourth place with a 928, while Dartmouth finished sixth (995) and Brown seventh (997).