NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team finished seventh out of 16 teams at the Yale Fall Intercollegiate. The three-day, 54-hole event concluded Sunday afternoon on The Course at Yale.
The Quakers improved their score each day, going 309-302-301 across the three days to finish at 60-over-par 912. Furman won the team title, shooting a three-round 868 to finish five strokes ahead of second-place Clemson (873) and 10 ahead of third-place Michigan (878). Among the Ivy League teams in the field, Princeton was fifth (894), Harvard was sixth (901), Penn was seventh (912), host Yale was eighth (914), and Columbia was 11th (929).
Individually, freshman Rachel Dai again finished as Penn's low scorer. She shot 74-74-75--223 and tied for 13th in a field of 86 golfers. Juniors Erin Lo and Marissa Kay both tied for 36th, Lo shooting 77-77-76--230 for the weekend while Kay carded 81-74-75--230. Classmate Isabella Rahm shot 77-77-78--232 and tied for 44th overall, while Tiffany Yau tied for Penn's low round in Sunday's final round and finished 70th overall in 85-83-75--243.
Clemson's Lauren Stephenson and Michigan's Emily White were co-medalists at the event, as both carded 2-under-par 211 for the weekend.
Penn will conclude the fall portion of its 2015-16 season the weekend of Oct. 24-25, competing at the University of Delaware Invitational.