After a busy season filled with plenty of ups and even a few downs, the Penn squash teams will end their regular season schedules with red and blue opponents of their own.
On Friday, both second-ranked squads will have their final home match of the season against Columbia at the Ringe Squash Courts.
Things seem to be falling into place this weekend for Penn men’s tennis.
Panthers and Tigers and Bears, oh my!
That's what the Penn gymnastics team will be facing this Friday at the Shelli Calloway Invitational in Towson, Maryland, as the team will compete against Towson, Pitt and Ursinus.
For Penn track and field, the importance of Friday’s Fastrack National Invite is crucial.
Penn (16-3, 5-0 Ivy) will host Columbia (12-9, 1-5) on Friday night before welcoming Cornell (13-7, 5-1) to the Palestra on Saturday.
The first-place Quakers will be taking on both their closest and most distant competition in the second-place Big Red and the last-place Lions.
It’s a Tuesday night game at Villanova for Penn women’s basketball. At tipoff, in the first chair on the bench, senior captain Keiera Ray intently watches a contest that she won’t be able to enter.
Donning her Penn sweats, she is still one of the players. And with clipboard in hand, she is now one of the coaches as well.