The Quakers have had a solid spring season and are looking to cap it off by capturing their first Ivy championship since 2007.
In the strong 12-team field at the 36-hole Wolfpack Spring Open — which featured several top Division I programs, including No. 23 host North Carolina State — the Quakers finished 11th.
Coach Scott Allen says his team "made a statement" with its second-place finish at the Princeton Invitational
After winning the Ivy League individual men’s golf title last spring, junior Scotty Williams packed up and left for a semester abroad in South Africa.
Penn will kick off its season this weekend in Williamsburg, Va., for the C&F; Bank Intercollegiate.
The men’s golf team came out flat at the Coca-Cola Intercollegiate this weekend.
Freshman Daniel Judd and junior Trevor McGuinness were Penn’s sole victors in a 7-2 loss against No. 4 Rochester on Sunday.
Harvard proved to be too much to handle on Saturday, taking down both the men’s and women’s squash teams at the Ringe Courts.
Not even injury could slow down the No. 10 men’s squash team on Saturday when they took on No. 11 Williams at Ringe Courts.
The No. 5 women (2-0, 1-0 Ivy) dominated once more, winning 9-0. The men (0-2, 0-1) suffered another defeat, losing 8-1 to the Diplomats.
In addition to seven freshmen men and the three first-year women, the team welcomes new assistant coach Amy Gross, who was hired in mid-October.
Heading into the Richmond Invitational, the women’s golf team was having a season of almosts.
Penn’s four-set victory over Columbia followed a dominant win over Cornell Friday to cap a solid weekend for the Quakers on the road. The weekend’s results kept Penn in a tie with Princeton at the top of the League.
Coming off an impressive second-place finish out of 13 teams at the Rehoboth Beach Fall Invitational, the men’s golf team is looking for an equally strong performance at the Big Five Classic.