Women’s golf: Tribe claims first team title since 2005 at Penn State

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September 16, 2008

5:56 PM

The College of William and Mary opened its season this weekend with its first team win since 2005, placing first at Penn State University’s Nittany Lion Invitational. Junior Morgan Stepanek and freshman Caroline Sweet, who each tied for third as individuals with scores of 225 (+9), led the Tribe, which beat second-place Penn State by 12 strokes. Sophomore Katie Murphy also finished inside the top 10, taking ninth, while sophomore Sarah Whitney and junior Brielle Paolini finished 37th and 46th, respectively. The College’s team score of 909 (+45) broke the school record for 54 holes, and Stepanek became the first Tribe woman ever to break 70 when she posted a first-round score of 69 (-3).

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