Women's Golf Stays Fifth to End Ivy Championships

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. – The University of Pennsylvania women’s golf team shot 325 as a team on Sunday to conclude the Ivy League Championships on Baltusrol’s par-72 upper course. The Quakers finished the seven-team tournament in fifth place at 940 overall.

Harvard easily won the team title on Sunday, finishing at 900 over the three-round event to finish 21 strokes ahead of second-place Princeton. Columbia was third, at 929, while Yale was fourth at 930.

Freshman Erin Lo had Penn’s low round on Sunday, an 80, which left her at 230 for the tournament. That tied her for seventh in the field, which was enough to earn her second-team All-Ivy honors.

Junior Amanda Chin shot an 82 on Sunday and ended the Championships tied for 11th at 233. Marissa Kay carded an 81 and finished the event tied for 13th (234). Isabella Rahm’s 84 left her at 245 for the tournament, tied for 25th, while Sophia Chen scored for the Quakers on Sunday with an 82 that left her at 246 for the weekend and 27th overall.

Harvard’s Anne Cheng won medalist honors at the Championships, carding a final-round 75 to finish at 217 which was five strokes ahead of Princeton’s Kelly Shon (70 on Sunday, 222 for the weekend).

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