(From left to right) ESPN College GameDay at Franklin Field for Penn football's matchup against Harvard on Nov. 16, 2002.
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Now-senior Mark Haghani (Photo from Penn Athletics).
Senior Mary Shin.
Now-senior Mary Shin practices her putting at the Philadelphia Cricket Club on Sept. 6, 2018 (Photo from Penn Athletics).
Now Senior Mary Shin practices her putting at the Bala Golf Club on April 4, 2019.
Alumni Zareh Kaloustian competes at Philadelphia Crickett Club, Militia Hill Course in 2017. (Photo from Penn Athletics)
James, Farrell, a caption of Penn men's lacrosse team during the 2018 season, was killed in a car crash on Long Island, New York.
Photo from Keven Eaise
Junior Mary Shin and the rest of Penn women's golf hope to return to the course soon. (Photo from Penn Athletics)
Unlike sports that require Penn Athletics' facilities to practice, Penn golf has been able to hit the links during the pandemic.
Top row (from left to right): Mark Evanchick, Christina Park, Gabby Rosenzweig. Middle row (from left to right): Jennifer Brann, Nia Akins, Peter Matt. Bottom row (from left to right): Sean Clarke, Dominique Williams, Ashley Zhu.
Penn women's golf coach Mark Anderson has his players use the golf simulator for added feedback on their shots. (Photo from Penn Athletics)
Freshman Mary Shin and Penn women's golf have to travel to Bala Golf Club for every outdoor practice. (Photo from Penn Athletics)
Junior Christina Park is one of four players from Penn women's golf to come from California. (Photo from Penn Athletics)
Freshman Mary Shin (Photo from Penn Athletics)
Junior Christina Park led Penn women's golf to a third place finish in Tuesday's William & Mary Collegiate, as she finished tied for third overall. (Photo from Penn Athletics)
150912 University of Pennsylvania - Men's Golf at Philadelphia Crickett Club, Militia Hill Course
A 17th-round pick by the Detroit Tigers, Penn baseball's Billy Lescher became the first member of the Red and Blue to get selected in the MLB draft.
Though he entered Saturday with a killer 0.98 ERA, junior reliever Billy Lescher struggled against Columbia, allowing seven runs in 0.2 innings pitched as Penn failed to clinch the division crown.