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Dartmouth Tied for Fifth at Women's Ivy League Championship

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Freshman Savannah Grice     By George Knapp
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GALLOWAY, N.J. — The Dartmouth women's golf team is tied for fifth after day one of the Ivy League Women's Championship on Friday. The event is being played at the Seaview Golf Resort Bay Course in Galloway, N.J. Penn leads the tournament with a 326 (+42) at the par-71 6,011-yard course. Yale is in second at 328 (+44), Harvard sits in third with a 332 (+48) and Columbia is in fourth at 338 (+54). Heavy winds affected play with steady 20-25 mph winds with gusts up to 35 mph.

The Big Green and Brown are 19 strokes back after finishing with a 345 (+61). Bonnie Hu of Harvard is the individual leader with a 6-over-par 77. Sun Gyoung Park of Yale is one shot back at 7-over (78).

Freshman Jane Lee (North Shore City, New Zealand) had Dartmouth's best finish with a 10-over-par 81. She is four shots off the lead and is tied for seventh after carding a 41 on the front and a 40 on the back. Senior Kathleen Quirk (Kansas City, Mo.) is in a tie for 22nd at 16-over-par (87).

Freshman Savannah Grice (Atlanta, Ga.) is tied for 25th at 17-over-par (88). Sophomore Kathryn Kennedy (Medina, Minn.) finished with an 18-over-par 89 and is tied for 28th. Junior Emily Hyman (Chappaqua, N.Y.) was the fifth Big Green player on the course and posted a 21-over-par 92 and is in a tie for 31st.

The tournament continues tomorrow with the Big Green's first golfer teeing off at 8:40 a.m. Lee will be the last Dartmouth player on the course and has a tee time of 9:12 a.m. Each Big Green golfer will go off the first with a Columbia player completing the twosome.