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Wellesley Golf Ties for Fifth at Williams Golf Championship

Elizabeth Kim '25 (Frank Poulin)
Elizabeth Kim '25 (Frank Poulin)

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - Wellesley College golf tied for fifth at the Williams Golf Championship at the Taconic Golf Club.

New York University won the team competition with a 610, followed by Amherst College (617), host Williams College (621), and Christopher Newport University (626). Wellesley tied with Middlebury with 640 strokes, ahead of Hamilton College (643), Ithaca College (681), and SUNY Cortland (695). Jacqueline Lu (Scarsdale, N.Y.) of Williams was the overall tournamant winner with a 146 over 36 holes.

Wellesley junior Emma Lim (Skillman, N.J.) shot a 76 on Sunday, good for a 149 for the weekend and sixth place overall. Following Lim for Wellesley was first year Emily Hou (San Ramon, Calif.) with a 161. Seniors Kate MacVicar (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) and Caroline MacVicar (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) shot 165 and 168 respectively. Sophomore Elizabeth Kim (Riverside, Calif.) rounded out the Wellesley team with a 171. Junior Marilyn Fang (Beijing, China) participated as an individual in the tournament. Fang shot a 163 and tied for 30th place.

The Blue will hit the links next Saturday in Vermont as they take part in the George Phinney Classic hosted by Middlebury College. The tournament will take place from the Ralph Myhre Golf Course in Middlebury, Vt.