Despite a forgettable record and the loss of six seniors in 2014, Penn field hockey looks poised to make waves in the upcoming season.
For Penn women’s tennis, 2015 was a streaky but ultimately successful season. By the year’s end, the team had notched several wins against nationally ranked teams and generated excitement for bigger things to come in 2016.
When Penn women’s basketball coach Mike McLaughlin announced a trip to Hawaii for the upcoming season, he talked about providing an experience for his players during their four years at Penn.
Now he’s added a meaningful experience a little closer to home.
The Red and Blue announced a home-and-home series with Duke for the next two seasons, beginning with a Nov.
Sports Reporter Matt Fine:
I think junior soccer forward Alec Neumann is set to become Penn’s most successful fall athlete.
Wait till next year.
Over the last couple of seasons, that has been an all-too-common refrain amongst Penn’s teams.
While many Penn students spend their summers indoors carrying out research or interning for a firm, many Red and Blue baseball players are using time away from school to continue to participate in the national pastime.