Alex Kirk, the Carolyn A. Pelzel 1954a Head Coach of Women's Golf at Dartmouth College, today announced his recruit for the class of 2021, Moon Cheong.
For the first time in 17 years, a member of the Dartmouth women's golf team was honored with an All-Ivy First Team selection. Sophomore Catharine Roddy made history as the third Big Green player to be selected for this accolade.
The Dartmouth women's golf team concluded their 2016-17 season this weekend at the Ivy League Championship at the Orange Tree Golf Club in a tie for fifth with Brown.
The Dartmouth women's golf team traveled to the Sunshine State this weekend to compete in their season closer at the Orange Tree Golf course in Orlando, Florida for the Ivy League Championship. The Big Green remained in sixth place after their second day of play. The team matched their first round score on the par-72 course to turn in a scorecard of 323-323—646 (+70).
Catharine Roddy is currently leading the Dartmouth women's golf team in its final tournament of the year at the Ivy League Championship in Orlando, Florida. The sophomore currently is in a two-way tie for third with Brown's Sienna Chapman after carding one-over 73 after she posted three birdies.
Jessica Kittelberger moved 12 spots up the leaderboard with her three-over 75 on Sunday to finish the invitational in a tie for fourth, while Tara Simmons had the low round of the day with a 74.
Jamie Susanin led Dartmouth to a tie for fifth after the first round of play at the Navy Spring Invitational as she carded a seven-over 79 to put her in a tie for seventh overall.
The Dartmouth women's golf team gained a spot in the standings into seventh place during the final round of the Harvard Invitational.
Dartmouth played the first two of three rounds in Osprey, Florida, at the Harvard Invitational on Saturday and ended the day in eighth place.
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In the final round at the Babs Steffens Invitational, the Dartmouth women's golf team posted a 299 (+11) to walk away from the three-day tournament with a total of 900 (+36).
Jessica Kittelberger was one of three players to shoot below par in the second round of the Babs Steffens Invitational, helping the Big Green move up into a tie for third.