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Women’s golf begins a busy week at Ivy Intercollegiate

PHILADELPHIA CREAM – The University of Pennsylvania women’s golf team concludes the fall portion of its 2022-23 season with two tournaments this week. The first of these takes place on Monday and Tuesday, when the Quakers compete in the Ivy Intercollegiate at the famous Baltusrol course in Springfield, NJ.

The Ivy Intercollegiate will be quite an event, with the Quakers joining their Ivy counterparts (Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, Yale) against six ACC schools (Clemson, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, NC State, Notre Dame) over two day event.

On Monday, the 12 teams will face off in a continuous two-round move play tournament. At the end of the day, a team champion and an individual medalist will be crowned.

Match play begins on Tuesday, where a representative from the ACC will face a representative from the Ivy League. Each individual game will be determined by how well the players finish in Monday’s stroke play – top ACC finisher will face best Ivy, second-best ACC will face second-best Ivy, and so on. There will be 30 matches in total and 30 points up for grabs, with each match worth one point. The conference with the most points will be declared the winner.

Baltusrol’s lower course will host Monday’s stroke play event at 6,190 yards. The upper course will be used for Tuesday’s match play and will be set at 6,283 yards. Both courses are par-72.

The day before the competition begins, the USGA will host an Ivy Intercollegiate Women’s Networking Forum at the USGA Museum & Library. The first Ivy Intercollegiate Women’s Networking Forum invites women of all generations to unite in their passion for golf and proven success in business. Professional attendees will be matched with talented undergraduate student-athletes from the Ivy League and Atlantic Coast conferences. The intent of the Ivy Intercollegiate Women’s Networking Forum is to encourage personal networking and recruiting conversations for all participants. Sponsorship for the event comes from companies that believe in developing and enhancing the role of women in business and want to connect quickly with top female student-athletes.

A group of five panelists will be present at the Networking Forum. Panelists include:
Anne MaddenSenior Vice President and General Counsel, Honeywell
Shannon BoyleVice President, Morgan Stanley
Stephanie WeiCo-Founder and PR of Marketing and Communications, Sportsbox AI
Abby Mannplayer development and teaching professional at PGA Member Aronimink Golf Club
Gabrielle Herzig (Panel Host), Contributing Editor at Golf Digest


The format
MONDAY: 36-hole stroke play (shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.)
TUESDAY: 36 holes match play (8:30 a.m. shotgun start)

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The lesson
Baltusrol in Springfield, NJ

Lower course (par 72; 6,190) on Monday; Upper Course (par 72; 6,266 yards) on Tuesday


IVIES: Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Yale

NON-VIED: Clemson, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame

Penn’s programming

Susan Xiao (Sr.), Selina Li (Sr.), Nathalie Cao (So.), Bridget O’Keefe (Fr.), Julie Shin (Fr.)