When it rains, it pours.
In the final action of the season for both of Penn’s golf teams, a bottom half finish was unavoidable for both squads.
Faced with the task of defending their 2015 Ivy crown, the men’s team found themselves in a similar situation to last year’s tournament.
Penn golf will hit the road this weekend and compete for the Ivy League championship, with the men's team looking to defend its title in Greenwich, Connecticut and the women looking to win their first league title since 2010 in Jackson, New Jersey.
The women's team comes in with momentum, having finished top-five in each of its first three tournaments this spring following a strong fall season.
When they first set foot in University City, many freshmen athletes learn to keep their heads down and work hard in the hopes of receiving just a smidge of playing time by the time they are an upperclassmen.
Both Penn golf teams traveled out of state to different tournaments this weekend, but only one team traveled far enough to avoid the wrath of Mother Nature.
While the spring season is just getting started for Penn women’s golf, it’s been a journey long in the making, dating back to last year.
The current academic year featured four fall tournaments — and they started with a bang.
Watch the throne.
Those three words will likely be echoing in the hearts and minds of the Penn men’s golf team as they embark on the defense of their 2015 Ivy League championship.
Unlike other Penn sports teams, the golf teams do not have a course that they can practice on located on or very near campus.
What’s a team to do when it’s already reached the pinnacle of a conference?
Reload, of course.
Penn men’s golf will rely heavily on new faces if it is to contend once again in 2016.