The Middlebury women’s golf team placed fourth among seven teams at the highly-competitive Ann S. Batchelder Invitational hosted by Wellesley at the Nehoiden Golf Course. Amherst took home the title with a 616, followed by Williams (620), NYU (628) and the Panthers (321-329-650).
Junior Katharine Fortin (Wellesley, Mass.) led Middlebury at the event, finishing in a tie for 15th place with a 160, including a 77 on day one. Junior Hope Matthews (Greenwich, Conn.) fired a 78 on Sunday, finishing with a 161 overall, good for 18th place. Next was rookie Blake Yaccino (Kenilworth, Ill.) in 22nd place with a 164 (80-84), followed by sophomore Helen Dailey (Wellesley Hills, Mass.), who tied for 23rd place with a 165 (81-84). Sophomore Lilia Everson (Edina, Minn.) shot an 86 on day one, but did not compete on Sunday. Also competing for the Panthers was rookie Chloe Levins (Rutland, Vt.), who carded a 170 (86-84).
• Women’s golf fourth at Ann S. Batchelder Invitational
• Up next: 9/24-25 at Mount Holyoke Invitational