Women's Golf Ties For Fourth at Pirate Invite

BEDMINSTER, N.J. - The University of Pennsylvania golf team tied for fourth out of 12 teams at the Pirate Invitational, a 36-hole event that was hosted by Seton Hall and concluded Friday afternoon.

Penn shot 307 as a team in Friday's final round and scoreed 626 for the event, tying with Georgetown. The University of Georgia won the team title, shooting 599 for the tournament to finish seven strokes ahead of second-place Princeton (607). Among the other Ivy League teams in the field, Columbia (613) was third and Yale (631) tied for seventh.

Individually, Sophia Chen had Penn's low round on Friday; her 74 carried her to a two-round 153 which was good for t-10th in the field of 69 golfers. Allison Wong scored on the day with her 77, and finished 38th overall at 161.

Erin Lo, Amanda Chin and Isabella Rahm all shot 78 on Friday. Lo ended up tied for 19th with her two-round 155, while Chin was tied for 29th (159) and Rahn tied for 35th (160).

Columbia's Camilla Vik won the individual title, carding a second-round 73 to finish at 2-under-par 142 which was two strokes ahead of Princeton's Hana Ku (72, 144).

Penn returns to action April 12-13 at the Brown Invitational.

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