On a cold and drizzly night at Rhodes Field, the Quakers showed the Highlanders that there could be only one.
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Sunday, Yale field hockey brings its Ivy League-leading offense to Philadelphia to take on a Penn team that has been on an offensive surge.
Breaking tradition is not common for the ‘Ancient’ Eight. But for only the third time in 72 years, the Ivy League Cross Country Heptagonal Championships will be held at a location other than Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.
Beauregard-Breton's cross-country career did not start until two years ago, when she was recruited to run for the Deerfield Academy, a prestigious Massachusetts preparatory school.
Penn’s wrestling team got off to a successful start Sunday, placing a total of eight wrestlers on the podium at Binghamton University’s Binghamton Open.
Penn wrestling’s “Big Three” walked into the Journeymen/Asics Northeast Duals on Saturday looking to make a statement. Their actions spoke louder than any words could.
Losing five of their first six matches, the Quakers’ comeback attempt fell well short in a 23-13 defeat to the No. 24 Pride.
Bolstered by wins from freshman Jeremy Court at both No. 4 singles and No. 2 doubles, the Quakers defeated the Midshipmen, 4-3, Wednesday night.
For most people, gaining or losing 10 pounds is a major transition. For some on the Penn wrestling team, though, it’s nothing out of the ordinary.
After wrestling almost exclusively at 197 pounds last season, Graziano was called up to heavyweight only after regular starter and last year’s Ivy League Rookie of the Year Kyle Cowan went down to a season-ending shoulder injury.
Both men and women finished seventh in the team competition at the 2012 Heptagonal Indoor Championships at Cornell.
Seniors Zack Kemmerer and Bryan Ortenzio, transfer senior Erich Smith, junior Micah Burak and freshman Steve Robertson will compete this weekend at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in St. Louis.
Coming off of a third-place finish in the javelin at the Wake Forest Invitational, the junior is hoping to find even more success at this Saturday’s Big Five Invitational at Franklin Field.
Freshman star Jeremy Court hopes to set an example for the rest of the team as the Quakers (8-4) face off against St. John’s (11-5) on Wednesday at the Hamlin Tennis Center — their final tune-up before Ivy League competition begins.
The Penn men's track and field team performed well at the Texas Relays where it faced much of the same competition it will face at the Penn Relays.
Though the Red and Blue boasted no individual winners, a number of strong performances provided optimism for the future.
With just three weeks until the historic Penn Relays, the Red and Blue turned in dominating individual performances in this weekend’s Penn Invite against a relatively weak field.
Working together, the freshman-sophomore pair has posted an 8-5 overall record on their way to stabilizing the doubles portion of the Penn tennis team’s lineup.
In their final tune-ups before this weekend’s Penn Relays, the Penn men’s and women’s track teams posted a number of impressive performances.
Judge has cemented herself as one of the Red and Blue’s all-time greats with her high jump of 1.75 meters in a dual meet against Princeton on April 14, tying the school record set by Nicole Maloy in 1994.