Facing Cornell in Penn’s last home match of the season, the Big Red proved to be as tough as their undefeated record showed, winning the match, 5-2.
The Penn men's tennis team walked away victorious on Wednesday night with a valiant 5-2 win over Delaware.
The No. 61 men’s tennis team continued Ivy League play this weekend as it traveled north to take on Brown and Yale.
Though Penn fencing did not leave NCAA Championships with a national title this weekend, four individual fencers captured titles of their own, as Penn earned eighth overall to match last year’s finish.
Though Penn failed to capture the 2011 Ivy League title, there is still a chance for the fencers to win a different crown.
The men defeated Brown, Columbia and Princeton, but notched third place overall with a 3-2 record in the Ivy tournament. The women went 3-3, taking fourth.
Having competed against some of the most talented fencers in the world, the Quakers hope to find success in the upcoming MIT Eric Sollee Invitational on Sunday.
The Quakers will host the Philadelphia Invitational Saturday for their first official tournament of the season.
Boasting the best records among Ivy League teams so far this season, the Harvard and Princeton men’s basketball squads have shown why they were picked first and second in the preseason coaches’ poll.
Both fencing teams met with relative success in State College, Pa., with three Penn men earning top-seven finishes and five members of the women’s team placing in the top 20 in their respective weapons.
Both the men’s and women’s fencing teams look to bond more as a team and hope it brings success on the mat.
Despite a slow start, Penn managed to sail past the Mountain Hawks, 2-0, in its final non-conference game of the season.
The Penn men’s tennis team wrapped up the fall season with another strong showing at the ITA Northeast Regional this weekend.