Williams extended its 20-stroke day one lead to 41 as it dominated the Middlebury Invitational/NESCAC Tournament with a two-day total of 619. Middlebury followed with a 660, while Amherst (672) placed third. The 11-team event took place at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course on the campus of Middlebury College.
Sarah Hasselman of Williams took home medalist honors with a two-day total of 150, including a 72 on the first day of play. Tracey Kim (152) and Elizabeth Gudas (153) finished second and third to round out the Eph's top finishers.
Senior Michelle Peng (West Harrison, N.Y.) paced the host school, shooting a 158 (80-78) to finish in a tie for fifth place. Senior Jordan Glatt (Doylestown, Pa.) came in with a 160 (78-82) to place eighth, while sophomore Theodora Yoch (Coto de Caza, Calif.) came in 19th with a 170 (83-87). Rookie Hope Matthews (Greenwich, Conn.) wasn't far behind in 21st place after shooting a 172 with a pair of 86s, while senior Emma Kitchen (Collingwood, Ont.) rounded out the Panther squad with an even 200 (97-103).
• Women’s golf second at Middlebury
• Up next: 10/4-5 @ Williams Fall Invitational