EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. - In its final tournament tuneup before the Ivy League Championships in two weeks, the University of Pennsylvania women's golf team finished fourth out of 16 teams at the Brown BEAR Spring Invitational. The two-day, 36-hole event concluded Monday afternoon at the par-71 Metacomet Country Club.
Penn shot 312 as a team on Monday and finished the 36-hole event at 614. Yale took the team title, shooting 294 on Monday to finish at 589 overall. that was six shots better than second-place Princeton (595). Boston University used a strong Monday (300) to take third, at 602. Among the other Ivy League teams in the field, host Brown was eighth overall (627) while Dartmouth was ninth (630).
Individually, senior Amanda Chin was Penn's low scorer for the tournament. She shot a 77 on Monday to finish at 151 overall, good for t-13th overall in the field of 88 golfers. Sophomore Isabella Rahm had the Quakers' low score on Monday, a 76, and finished one shot behind Chin overall at 152 to place t-17th.
Sophomore Erin Lo carded an 80 on Monday and finished tied for 27th at 155, while freshman Michelle Yom scored with a 79 and tied for 31st overall with a 156. Sophomore Franchesca de la Torre shot an 82 on Monday and finished 55th overall at 163.
BU's Adela Cejnarova took medalist honors, defeating Yale's Elisabeth Bernabe on the first playoff hole after both players finished the tournament at 2-over-par 144.
The Ivy League Championships will take place April 24-26 at Saucon Valley CC in Bethlehem, Pa.
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