REHOBOTH BEACH, De. – Sophomore Julia Calbi is currently leading the Dartmouth women’s golf team to seventh place with a score of 640 (+72) after the first day of the University of Delaware Blue Hen Invitational. Calbi posted two birdies in the second round finishing with three-over 74 moving her up 14places into fifth.
Also playing for the Big Green is junior Isabelle Kane, who started off her day strong on the par-71 course with a five-over 76 to place fourth after the first round. Although she dropped off a big over the second 18, she still sits in 14th with a 15-over 161. Freshman Maddie Nelson tied for 33rd after she improved her play by six strokes posting a 164 (+22).
Completing the team is sophomore Catharine Roddy who holed a pair of birdies in her final nine holes of the day, turning in a 165 (+23) in a tie two places behind Nelson. Senior Jamie Susanin was also scheduled to compete for Dartmouth however she withdrew in the first round.
On the overall leaderboard are Harvard teammates who hold the top two places as Anna Zhou finished with a five-over 147 and Anne Cheng four strokes behind. The Blue Hens’ Ariane Klotz and Rutger’s Ashleigh Grennham both have a share of third place with their matching scores of 153 (+2).
Due to Zhou’s and Cheng’s success, Harvard leads the tournament after they shot 15-over 299 in the second round, finishing with a 613 (+45). Ten strokes behind them is Penn who sits in second, while the host school and the Scarlet Knights are battling it out for third posting at 625 (+57) apiece.
The tournament will conclude tomorrow morning.