Women's Golf Ties For Fifth at Shortened Roar-EE

Final Results (PDF)

SUFFERN, N.Y.- The University of Pennsylvania women's golf team finished in a tie for fifth place out of 10 teams at a truncated Roar-EE Invitational. The event, hosted by Columbia at Spook Rock Golf Course, was shortened from 36 holes to 18 due to the inclement weather.

Penn shot 342 as a team on Friday, tying with LIU-Brooklyn. Boston University won the team title at 338, followed by Siena (340), Central Connecticut State (341) and Columbia (341). The other Ivy League team in the field, Dartmouth, was seventh at 345.

Individually, three Penn players were among the top 12 in a 60-player field. Senior Isabel Han shot an 80 onFriday to finish just one stroke off thewinning score; she tied for fifth overall. JuniorOlivia Chang shot an 83 and tied for eighth place. After playing in the lineup earlier this week, senior Elizabeth Kresock played as an individual Friday -- too bad, because she ended up tying for 11th with an 84.

Sophomore Amanda Chin fired an 87 on Friday and tied for 23rd overall, while Michelle Lee (92) was 44th and Allison Oakes (96) tied for 50th.

Four players finished at the top of the leaderboard, and due to the weather they did not play a playoff to determine a champion. Instead, it will go in the books as a four-way tie among Dartmouth's Jane Lee, BU's Kristyna Pavlickova, Columbia's Spenser Krut, and Columbia's Monique Ishikawa. All of them shot 79 on Friday.

This was Penn's last tournamenttest before the Ivy League Championships. Those will take place April 26-28 at Trump National Bedminster in Bedminster, N.J.

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