WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team shot the low round among 19 teams on Tuesday, and as a result the Quakers moved up to finish in second place overall at the Kingsmill Intercollegiate. The 54-hole event concluded Tuesday on the Kingsmill Resort's River Course, which played at par-72 for the event.
The Quakers shot 302 on Tuesday, which was six strokes ahead of any other team as Toledo and host William & Mary both shot 308. Toledo won the team title with a three-round score of 908, while Penn was second at 916 and W&M was third at 923.
Individually, junior Isabella Rahm tied for Tuesday's low score among 102 golfers who finished the event, carding a third-round 73. That put her at 226 for the tournament, good for fifth place overall. Freshman Rachel Dai shot a 76 on Tuesday and finished at 227 overall, which put her in sixth place just behind her teammate.
Junior Erin Lo had Penn's second-best round on Tuesday, a 74, and finished tied for 14th overall at 230, while sophomore Tiffany Yau shot 79 and ended up tied for 23rd at 233. Sophomore Michelle Yom, in her first tournament action of 2015-16, shot 81 on Tuesday and finished tied for 67th at 246.
Toledo's Sathika Ruenreong -- who joined Rahm as the only players to shoot 73 on Tuesday -- won the individual title, carding a three-round 217 (+1) to beat William & Mary's Alessandra Liu by a stroke.
Penn returns to action April 8-9, taking part in UNC Wilmington's River Landing Classic in Wallace, N.C.
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