Women's Golf Third After Day One at Pirate Invite

BEDMINSTER, N.J. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team is in third place out of 17 teams after the first round atSeton Hall's inauguralPirate Invitational. The tournament is taking place at Trump National Bedminster, a par-72 course for this event.

Penn shot 324 as a team on Saturday, putting the Quakers four strokes behind first-place Princeton (320) and two behind second-place Columbia (322). Ivy League teams hold the top four spots, in fact, as Yale is fourth at 326.

Princeton's Kelly Shon shot a 74 on Saturday, and holds a one-stroke lead over Kay as well as Anna Kim of St. John's.

Freshman Marissa Kay was Penn's low scorer on Saturday, and is tied for second in the 89-player field after shooting a 75. Amanda Chin, was won medalist honors earlier this week at the Hoya Invitational, is tied for 16th after shooting an 81 on Saturday, while Erin Lo shot an 83 and is tied for 25th. Michelle Lee (85) is tied for 33rd, while Franchesca de la Torre (87) is tied for 41st.

The teams will have a shotgun start at 9 a.m. on Sunday, playing a final round.

Download: Pirate Invitational Team Leaders - Round 1.pdf