Women's Golf Remains Second at Ivy Championships
Six shots separate Princeton and leader Harvard entering Sunday's final round at the Ivy League women's golf championships at The Stanwich Club in Greenwich, Conn.
In the seven-team field, only Brown cut its score from Friday's first round to Saturday's second. Princeton kept its score steady at 310, while Harvard's score was 10 shots higher Saturday than Friday, allowing Princeton to cut into the Crimson's lead.
Individually, Yale's Jennifer Peng remained atop the leaderboard at even par for the tournament, three shots in front of Harvard's Anne Cheng and six shots in front of the top Tiger in the field, Amber Wang, at +6.
Princeton's Sunday round will begin at 11:30 a.m.
Princeton's scores are below and complete results can be found via Golfstat here.