Pajaree Anannarukarn of Thailand shot her career-best round on the Symetra Tour, a 6-under-par 65, to share the lead with Laura Wearn of Charlotte, N.C.
The two-time Philadelphia Amateur champion, who did not play competitive golf last year after back surgery, shot a closing 73 and won by 3 strokes.
The Palestra hosted the Ivy League tournament during its first two years in existence.
The former Owls center lost his left leg in 2016. His new goal: the 2024 Paralympics.
Hyland, a two-time Philadelphia Amateur champion, was playing his first competitive round since before he underwent back surgery in December 2016.
Despite a rough winter and recent rainy weather, the course in Limerick Township is ready to host the Symetra Tour event where 132 players will compete for a $100,000 purse.
The Mount St. Joseph's graduate, who will compete this week in the Valley Forge Invitational, is optimistic that her game will come around in her fourth year on the Symetra Tour.
The Owls will be participating in a quadrupleheader in AC.
McKie will take over as head coach after the 2018-19 season, and one of his priorities is recruiting the Philadelphia area hard.
The eight players who went to Japan for a series of clinics and camps said they were treated like celebrities, especially the linemen.
Beatty played for one year at South Carolina before transferring.
A strong performance at the cpmbine now has the Wildcats sixth man looking like a first-round pick.
Marquis Wilson, who plays for Avon Old Farms School, is the sixth player to commit to the Nittany Lions' class of 2019 and the third to do so since Thursday.