Women's Golf Still in Front After Day 2 of Ivies

Tournament Results (golfstat.com)

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. - The Penn women's golf team shot the best team round at the Ivy League Championships for the second day in a row, in the process extending its lead in the event on the par-72 Baltusrol course.

The tournament ends with one final round on Sunday; Penn is aiming to win its first Ivy League Championships title in women's golf.

Penn shot a team 308 on Saturday, shaving six strokes from its Friday score and besting second-place Harvard by three on the day. For the tournament, the Quakers are at 622 while the Crimson are at 630. Yale is third at 642, followed by Princeton at 650.

The best individual round was turned in by Penn freshman Isabel Han, who carded 74 Saturday. That put her at 153 for the tournament so far and in a tie for first place -- with sophomore teammate Tiffany Cheung. Lisette Vitter also had a sub-80 round on Saturday and is tied for fifth out of 35 golfers at 155. Seniors Meredith Kotowski (80 on Saturday, 161 for the tournament) and Catherine Elliott (86 on Saturday, 167 for the tournament) are tied for 11th and 22nd, respectively.