Penn Baseball
The 28-year drought is over for head coach John Yurkow and his Penn baseball program as the Quakers punched their ticket Monday for the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1995. 
The Quakers roughed up Princeton at Meikeljohn Stadium on Monday afternoon, cruising to a 16-3 victory to win the inaugural Ivy League Tournament while securing the conference's automatic bid for the NCAA Tournament. 
Jake Pokrovsky hit a grand slam in the third inning and scored three times to lead the Quakers at the plate. Davis Baker also homered and finished a pair of RBIs with three runs scored. Wyatt Henseler finished 2-for-4 with two doubles and scored three times. 
The Quakers capitalized on poor pitching from Princeton. The Tigers used six pitchers in the contest, issuing 14 walks and seven hit batters. 
Cole Zaffiro tossed five solid frames for Penn, scattering six hits while allowing two runs (one earned).'s most recent NCAA Tournament projections have Penn heading to Charlottesville for a bracket including Virginia, Iowa, and West Virginia. 
NCAA will unveil the official bracket next Monday. 
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