Although the men’s swimming team has lost to Kenyon in two consecutive Nike Invitationals, it is determined to avenge those losses this weekend.
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After dominant victories against Big 5 rivals Saint Joseph’s and La Salle the Penn men’s soccer team showed that preseason optimism was not unfounded.
Tomorrow at 5 p.m. at Rhodes Field, the Quakers (9-4-2, 3-3-0 Ivy) will show off their athletic pride in their season finale against the Tigers.
Most Penn teams circle their first matchups with Princeton on their calendars. The men’s swimming team did the same thing — but for a very different reason. In tonight’s meet in Princeton, N.J., the Quakers have their eyes on Cornell.
After losing three straight meets on the road, Penn men’s swimming is looking forward to returning to its home pool, where the team defeated Columbia for its first and only victory this season.
Tomorrow Penn hosts two rivals, Yale (2-2, 0-2 Ivy) and Dartmouth at Sheerr Pool in the Quakers’ last Ivy meet before the Ivy Championships.
A hotly-contested 3-4 loss against Temple last season encapsulated the frustration of last year’s 3-14 season.
After a month of tough competition, the Penn men’s and women’s swimming teams made their last home meet of the season an occasion for celebration.
Getting healthy was all it took for the Penn gymnastics team to have its best performance of the season. At the Shelli Calloway Invitational in Towson, Md., the Quakers recorded their highest score this season, with 186.4.
While the Quakers’ top 17 swimmers began the Ivy League Championships yesterday in Boston, the rest of the team is traveling to Pittsburgh to compete in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships at Trees Pool.
Given the team’s rebirth this season, the Quakers expect results at the Ivy Championships.
The Red and Blue went 2-2 in their four matches last week, but the team returned to campus with stronger team chemistry.
While most eagerly await the arrival of spring in Philadelphia, nice weather has been an obstacle for the Penn men’s tennis team.
The losses to Dartmouth and Harvard are just part of what has been a rough patch for the Red and Blue (4-13, 0-5 Ivy). Their last victory was exactly one month ago, during a spring break trip to California.
For the Penn track and field program and many of its competitors, the Penn Relays is not only an important college competition, but also an opportunity to jump start next year’s recruiting process.
Freshman Stephen Baker has emerged as the Quakers’ top scorer this season.
The Red and Blue, who were ranked No. 25 going into the weekend, lost 1-0 to Adelphi on Friday before rebounding with a 2-1 victory over Richmond on Sunday.
The Quakers, who have struggled so far defensively this season, dropped two matches this weekend at the Palestra, losing on Friday night to Princeton and on Saturday to Marquette.
In games against Columbia and American over fall break, the No. 23 Quakers' chances are dependent upon the continued dominance of the defense.