In a cross-town rivalry that has become decidedly one-sided over the past four years, Drexel scored within the first minute and never looked back.
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As the eyes of W. Soccer, goalkeeper Caroline Williams has proved instrumental in the success of a team currently tied for first in the Ivy League.
Penn faces an uncertain road back to the Ivy championship and NCAA tournament, but can still finish as at least co-champions if they win out.
After tying the 141-pound weight-class championship match at the end of regulation, senior Zack Kemmerer rallied in the second overtime to capture first place at the Binghamton Open, capping a successful day for the wrestling team.
Manhattan College’s Kevin Laue isn’t a typical center. At 6-foot-11, he runs the floor with purpose and grace. And he does it all with one hand.
The Quakers will hope to demonstrate their superior fitness on Sunday in the eighth annual Keystone Classic held at the Palestra in a meet that carries vital postseason implications.
Matt Valenti is currently ranked No. 4 in the country at 60 kilograms and has seen his share of success on the international level.
The Penn volleyball team will compete Friday afternoon in Durham, N.C., against Ohio University in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
The Quakers couldn’t seem to hit a shot in the first half, but they broke out of the shooting slump to cruise to a 68-52 win against Army at the IZOD Center Saturday in East Rutherford, N.J.
Winter break is the most wonderful time of the year — except if you’re a swimmer or a wrestler, who undergo the most rigorous portion of their training over break.
Penn wrestler Rollie Peterkin took the 133-pound title at the Dec. 29-30 Southern Scuffle in Greensboro, N.C., while the team finished eighth in the 34-team field and recorded two other medalists.
Tomorrow afternoon, Penn Cheerleading will make its way to Orlando, Fla., to compete in the Universal Cheerleaders Association College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championship at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex.
After the Quakers’ first Big 5 victory in six years, they nearly doubled their pleasure at the Palestra this week but came up painfully short, losing to Temple, 62-55.
Two days could not produce more different results for the wrestling team as they split their weekend matches, with a victory over Bucknell but loss to Hofstra.
Penn football coach Al Bagnoli and former men's basketball coach Fran Dunphy were honored by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association Monday night for their athletics contributions to the city.
The Undergraduate Sports Business Club will look to hold a formal internship fair this Friday and will host the 6th annual Ivy Sports Symposium in the fall.
Last Sunday at the Palestra, Penn wrestling coach Rob Eiter announced a lineup that included a list of familiar faces — NCAA tournament qualifiers and nationally ranked seniors.
Senior Scott Giffin nearly quit the wrestling team amidst injuries, but he returned to the mat in dramatic fashion last weekend with two wins.
After a win against St. Joe's helped land prospect Xavier Harris, coach Jerome Allen received another commitment Tuesday from a recruit who attended that weekend’s festivities.
Cornell (11-1, 3-0 Ivy) overpowered Penn (9-4, 4-2), winning four of the first five bouts, and left the Quakers gasping for air with little room to recover.