GREENWICH, Conn. – The University of Pennsylvania women’s golf team is seventh through two rounds at the Ivy League Championship. The 54-hole event, which started yesterday and concludes tomorrow, is taking place at the par-73 Stanwich Club.
The Quakers shot 324 on Saturday, shaving seven strokes off their score from Friday, and are at 655 through two rounds. Harvard leads the tournament at 614; the Crimson are six shots ahead of second-place Princeton (620) and 16 ahead of third-place Yale (630).
Isabella Rahm remains Penn’s low scorer through two rounds; the junior shot an 81 on Saturday and is at 160 overall which has her tied for ninth in the field of 35 golfers. Freshman Rachel Dai had the Quakers’ low round on Saturday, an 80, and is tied for 24th overall with a two-round 164. Junior Erin Lo shot an 81 on Saturday and is tied for 27th overall with a 165 overall, while Sophia Chen had an 82 on Saturday and is 30th at 166. Tiffany Yau shot an 87 on Saturday and is at 171 overall, which has her tied for 32nd in the field.
Yale’s Jennifer Peng is the individual leader heading into Sunday’s final round; she shot a 74 on Saturday and is at even-par 146 through two rounds. That has her three shots ahead of Harvard’s Anne Cheng (149).
The Ivy League Championship will conclude with a final round on Sunday starting at 10 a.m.