GALLOWAY, N.J. - Despite a shorthanded lineup that is missing two regulars, the Penn women's golf team is in first place after the first round of the Ivy League Championships. The Quakers shot 326 and lead Yale by two strokes. Harvard is third at 332, followed by Columbia (338).
The Ivy League Championships are taking place at the par-71 Seaview Golf Resort Bay Course.
It was the lower part of the lineup that led the way on FridayFreshman Amanda Chin, playing in the No. 3 spot, shot a 79 and sits alone in third place behind Harvard's Bonnie Hu (77) and Yale's Sun Gyoung Park (78). Olivia Chang, who is in the No. 4 spot, shot an 80 and is tied for fourth with Yale's Alexandra Lipa and Columbia's Michelle Piyapattra.
Junior Isabel Han is right behind Chin and Chang, as she shot an 81 and is tied for seventh with Dartmouth's Ahram Lee.
Libby Hooton and Michelle Lee both shot an 86 and are in a group tied for 17th.
The teams will tee off for the second round on Saturday; the final round is Sunday.
Download: Ivy W Champs Round 1.pdf