Women's Golf Tied For Fifth Heading into Sunday

BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team is tied for fifth heading into Sunday's final round at the Ivy League Championships, and Sophia Chen is still in the mix for All-Ivy honors as she sits sixth in the individual standings. The final round of the Ivy League Championships will take place on Saucon Valley's par-72 Grace Course.

Penn shot 311 as a team -- tied for third in the field of seven squads on the day -- and is at 640 (64 over par) heading into Sunday's final round. That has the Quakers tied with Brown. Harvard and Columbia lead the pack, at 620 each, followed by Yale (628) and Princeton (632).

Individually, Chen shot a 78 on Saturday and is sixth in the field of 34 golfers with a two-round total of 155. She is four shots behind the leader, Harvard's Courtney Hooton. Princeton's Alexandra Wong and Brown's Christine Kim are tied for second, one shot behind Hooton.

Senior Amanda Chin had Penn's low scorer on Saturday, a 75 which has her at 161 overall and tied for 20th overall. Isabella Rahm shot an 81 on Saturday and is tied for 17th overall at 160, while Michelle Yom was the Quakers' other scorer with a 77 and is tied for 25th at 164. Sophomore Erin Lo shot an 84 on Saturday, and is 31st at 172.

Penn will tee off with Dartmouth and Brown on Sunday. Starting on the first tee, Lo will tee off at 8:30 a.m.; Yom will tee off at 8:41 a.m.; Chin goes at 8:52 a.m.; Rahm goes at 9:03 a.m.; and Chen goes at 9:14 a.m.