BEDMINSTER, N.J. – The Dartmouth women’s golf team fired an aggregate score of 335 to sit in seventh place after the opening round of the 2013 Ivy League Championship.

The Ivy League Championship is a three-day, 54-hole event contested at the 6,045 yard, par-72 Trump National Golf Club Bedminster's New Course.

Harvard shot a team total of 304 to hold a three-stroke lead over second-place Princeton after the opening 18 holes. Penn sits in third, while Columbia and Yale round out the top five.

Penn’s Amanda Chin was the lone player in the field under par, shooting a one-under 71 to hold a two stoke lead heading into the second day of play.

The low scorer for the Big Green was junior Sarah Knapp. Knapp carded a nine-over-par 81 to sit in sole possession of 21st place.

Entering the clubhouse one stoke back of Knapp’s pace was Emily Hyman. She fired an 82 to stand alone in 22nd.

Savannah Grice, Jane Lee and Lily Morrison rounded out the field for the Big Green.

Dartmouth returns to the links on Saturday, April 27, for the second round of the Ivy League Championship.