Brown Fifth At Ivy Women’s Golf Championship

Brown Fifth At Ivy Women’s Golf Championship
Orlando, Fla. - Brown earned a fifth place finish at the Ivy League Women's Golf Championship, paced by juniors Sienna Chapman and Christine Kim, who placed eight and ninth respectively. The Bears shot a 54-hole 949 at the par 72 Orange Tree Golf Club.

Princeton finished 31 strokes in front of second-place Harvard to capture the team title and NCAA berth. The Crimson took second with a score of 922 (302-311-309), followed by Columbia (319-306-301 – 926) and Penn in fourth (307-316-14 – 937), Brown (313-323-313 – 949) and Dartmouth (323-323-303 – 949) tied for fifth and Yale (334-315-303 – 952) took seventh.

Chapman shot 73-77-80—230 for her eighth place finish, while Kim, a two-time All-Ivy selection, came in at 80-78-73—231.

Sophomore Elizabeth Doykan placed 22nd individually after shooting 75-84-81—240, while Grace Daly posted a 54-hole 257 on rounds of 85-84-79—248. Freshman Haley Mander finished the 54-holes at 298.