REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. – The Dartmouth women’s golf team wrapped up its fall slate today, winding up seventh with a score of 959 (+107) at the University of Delaware Lady Blue Hen Invitational.
The Big Green competed against 10 other teams on the par-71 course, including Harvard, which finished 10 strokes ahead of the field with a 920 (+68). Delaware pulled ahead of Penn to claim second thanks to tying for the lowest score of the day (21-over 305) while Penn ended up two strokes behind.
Sophomore Julia Calbi started the day strong with a birdie on her second hole, but finished the round with a seven-over 78 to tie for ninth overall with a total of 232 (+19). Also taking a spot among the top-20 golfers was junior Isabelle Kane, who carded a 238 (+25) to place 17th.
Sophomore Catherine Roddy had her best round of the tournament on Sunday as she sank three birdies during her eight-over 79 to tie for 30th with a 244 (+31). Falling one stroke behind her was freshman Maddie Nelson, while senior Jamie Susanin, who was scheduled to compete withdrew after the first round.
The Crimson’s Anna Zhou received medalist honors, shooting a pair of birdies over the 18 holes to conclude the tournament with a 10-over 223. Rutgers’ Ashleigh Greenham and the Blue Hens’ Vitoria Teixeira each got a taste of second as they fell five paces behind her. Fourth was split between Harvard teammates Michelle Xie and Anne Cheng, and Seton Halls’ Cassie Pantelas as all three ended the tournament with a 229 (+16).