Women's Golf Finishes Sixth at Ivy Championship

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GREENWICH, Conn. – The University of Pennsylvania women’s golf team finished sixth at the Ivy League Championship, which concluded Sunday at the par-73 Stanwich Club.

The Quakers shot 322 on Sunday, once again improving their team score from the previous round. That put them at 977 for the weekend and pushed them ahead of Dartmouth (987). Harvard easily won the team title, shooting 43-over-par 919 for the weekend which was 13 shots ahead of second-place Princeton.

Isabella Rahm finished as Penn’s low scorer for the tournament; her 80 on Sunday put her at 240 for the weekend and left her tied for 14th in the field of 35 golfers. Erin Lo carded a final-round 82 and finished at 247 which put her tied for 25th. Freshman Rachel Dai (Sunday 84) and sophomore Tiffany Yau -- who had Penn’s low score on Sunday, a 77 -- tied each other for 27th at 248, while Sophia Chen carded a final-round 83 and tied for 29th at 249 for the weekend.

Yale’s Jennifer Peng took medalist honors at the Ivy Championship; she shot a 79 on Sunday to finish at 6-over-par 225 overall, which was enough to nip Harvard’s Anne Cheung (Sunday 77) by a stroke.

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