ORLANDO, Fla. – 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).

Dartmouth is led by sophomore Catharine Roddy who advanced to second after scoring four-over 76, posting three birdies adding to her total of six, the most of any member of the Big Green. Her strong play was matched by freshman teammate Kristin Soh, who had the high score for Dartmouth, carding a three-over 75 picking up her play between rounds by nine strokes to tied for 18th with a 159 (+15).

Senior classmates Jamie Susanin and Tara Simmons wrapped up the scoring quartet as they finished with a respective score of 168 (+24) and 170 (+26).

Among the individuals, Princeton’s Amber Wang remained in first after a second day of play with a three-over 147. Fellow Tiger Hana Ku advanced to a two-way tie for second when she posted the low round of the day, one-over 73 to split with Dartmouth’s Catharine Roddy as the duo recorded matching five-over 149.

Despite the changes among individuals the top three leaders among the teams remained the same after the second round as Princeton, Harvard, and Penn managed to keep their respective first, second and third place positions. After the Tigers carded the low round of the day at 302 (+14) it allowed Princeton to keep its lead as they scored a 22-over 598. The Crimson sit behind them by 15 strokes while the Quakers took third with a 623 (+47).

The tournament concludes tomorrow for its final day of play where the Ivy League champion will be crowned.