The softball team can now add the newest member of the coaching staff, pitching expert Lisa Sweeney, to its list of assets.
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In a sport as mentally demanding as rowing, confidence is key. Coming off two big wins against Georgetown and Duke last weekend, the women’s rowing team kept their spirits high.
Penn softball took on La Salle Wednesday in its last contest before heading into Ivy play and picked up a 6-0 victory.
In the season opener for the men’s lightweight rowing team, the Quakers learned a valuable lesson: in any race — freshman or varsity — aggression is key.
Most students at Penn have a pretty clear idea of where they’re from. Most could tell you where they grew up, and most could name a city or a town they go home to for breaks. But for freshman varsity rower Corey Bassett, the word “home” is a little less concrete, but no less meaningful.
The Quakers’ pitching staff appears to be peaking at the right time as it enters its final tune-up before taking on a strong Cornell squad this weekend.
Despite a tough go-round against Cornell this past weekend, the Quakers are determined to keep themselves in contention for the Ivy League title.
The women’s soccer team started off the season with a bang, but for coach Darren Ambrose, the going is only just getting tough.
While tending Penn’s goal, junior Sarah Banks and senior co-captain Caroline Williams haven’t allowed a goal in 360 minutes of play.
Not only have the Quakers managed to shut out all of their opponents thus far, they have also severely limited their foes’ shooting opportunities.
Still smarting from a loss against Harvard, the Penn women’s soccer team came home to Rhodes Field on Sunday and ended the weekend on a high note with a 3-0 victory over Youngstown State.
The Red and Blue showcased their new stadium this weekend when they hosted the Rocci Pignoli Memorial City Six Championship. The local Division I tournament included neighboring Drexel, La Salle, Saint Joseph’s, Temple and Villanova.
This weekend, the Penn women’s rowing team will honor Jill Costello’s legacy by participating in ‘Jog for Jill’ prior to racing in the Navy Day Regatta.
The Quakers are one of five teams within one point of the Ivy League lead, making the next few weeks of conference play crucial.
In its last non-conference match tomorrow against Lehigh, the Penn women’s soccer team has one final chance for a tune up before its final two Ivy League games against Brown and Princeton.
Last weekend, the Varsity Eight made an appearance at the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, finishing an impressive 13th out of 37 boats. They'll take part in both the Head of the Schuylkill and the Princeton Chase this weekend.
Because Penn tied Brown and Harvard defeated Dartmouth this weekend, the Crimson have clinched at least a share of the Ivy title, as well as the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
Penn women’s soccer had a historic season, but fell short of receiving an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament Monday as the seedings were revealed.
In its final dual meet of the season, the Penn men’s swimming team fell to Harvard, 168-130. But coach Mike Schnur had only positive things to say about his team’s performance.
Penn will compete at the Towson Invitational against Ivy rival Cornell, Ursinis and host Towson, which takes place in Towson, Md.