WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The University of Pennsylvania women’s golf team is in fourth place out of 19 teams after two rounds at the Kingsmill Intercollegate, being hosted by the College of William & Mary on the par-72 Kingsmill Resort River Course.
Penn shot 309-305 over Monday’s two rounds to finish at 614. That puts the Quakers one shot behind third-place Delaware (613), and one ahead of fifth-place William & Mary (615). Toledo leads the event after Day 1 after shooting 600 -- a tournament record for low score through two rounds -- and Boston University is second at 605.
Individually, freshman Rachel Dai was Penn’s low scorer on Monday; she shot 78-73 for a two-round 151 that has her tied for 10th in a field of 103 golfers. Junior Isabella Rahm is also in the Top 20 heading into Tuesday’s final round, as her 77-76--153 has her tied for 16th.
Sophomore Tiffany Yau carded a pair of 77s on Monday to finish tied for 23rd at 154, while junior Erin Lo shot 77-79--156 and is tied for 37th. Sophomore Michelle Yom, in her first tournament action of 2015-16, shot 80-85--165 and is tied for 75th.
Alessandra Liu from host William & Mary is the individual leader heading into Tuesday’s final round. She shot a 1-under-par 143 on Monday and is one stroke ahead of Toledo’s Sathika Ruenreong.