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PRINCETON, N.J. – The Dartmouth women’s golf team concluded the final day at the Springdale Golf Club where they played in the Princeton Invitational, playing their final round on the par-72 course with a 303 (+15) to complete the competition in fourth place amongst 12 teams with a total of 901 (+37).

Columbia clinched the team title by posting a 10-over 298 in the final round — the lowest of the day — allowing the Lions to eke out the victory over Georgetown. The Hoyas finished two strokes back, while Yale completed the tournament in third with an 897 (+33).

On the individual leaderboard, Harvard’s Michelle Xie finished strong, carding a 214 (-2) and receiving medalist honors after she led the group of 66 players for all three rounds. Three players —Michelle Peng from Yale, Camilla Vik from Columbia and Christina Park from Penn — finished in a tie for second six strokes back.

With a 75-75-76—226 (+10) for the 54 holes, sophomore Catherine Roddy tied for 16th to lead the Big Green. Senior Jamie Susanin followed one stroke behind, completing her tour with a 77 (+5) in her final round to finish 19th overall. The best round by a Dartmouth golfer on the day belonged to sophomore Julia Calbi, who improved on her first two rounds of 78 with a one-over 73 to finish at 13-over par (229) to tie for 23rd.

Tying with three other players was freshman Maddie Nelson as she concluded the tournament in 28th with a combined total of 230 (+14). Dartmouth’s team was completed by junior Isabelle Kane, who finished up at 231 (+15), while classmate Jessica Kittelberger also competed as an individual, scoring a 20-over 236.

The Big Green is back in action next weekend as they participate in the Yale Invitational in New Haven, Connecticut, for three days beginning on Oct. 7.