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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.
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)
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.
It looks to be a dogfight in the race for the Ivy League women's golf championship, and senior Isabella Rahm will go all out in her last chance to give the Quakers their first title since 2010.
After securing his team's top score in last weekend's 11th-place finish, sophomore Josh Goldenberg will need some more support if Penn men's golf is to bounce back at Yale.
Though sophomore Josh Goldenberg led the way with a solid 34th-place finish, Penn men's golf struggled down the stretch at Princeton to finish 11th out of 14 teams.
Led by a strong weekend performance from senior Isabella Rahm, Penn women's golf salvaged a solid fifth-place finish at the Harvard Invitational.
Though Penn men's golf struggled to a last-place finish at the Colleton River Collegiate during spring break, sophomore Josh Goldenberg and his teammates remain confident that they can turn the ship around.