Women's Golf Finishes Second at Ivy League Championships
Harvard held a six-shot lead entering Sunday's final round of the Ivy League Championships at Stanwich Golf Club in Greenwich, Conn., and though the Princeton women's golf team was able to close the gap at one point during Sunday's play, the Crimson held on.
With what ended up being a 13-shot advantage, Harvard won its fifth straight Ivy title, getting four players in the top eight to outdo Princeton getting four in the top 10. The individual title went another way, with Yale's Jennifer Peng at +6 holding off Harvard's Anne Cheng by a single shot to take home the Bulldogs' first individual title since Alyssa Roland won in 2010.
Since its last Ivy League title in 2005, Princeton has been in the mix more often than not, getting its second runner-up finish in the last four years. In eight of the 11 tournaments since then, Princeton has been within 13 shots of the title, its margin this time.
Hana Ku, Amber Wang, Alex Wong and Jordan Lippetz were all in the top 10 with Ku leading Princeton at +12 and tied for fourth overall, six shots off Peng's lead.
All-Ivy League honors will be announced Tuesday.
Princeton's scores are below and complete results can be found via Golfstat here.