Move along, regular season. It’s playoffs time.
The Quakers bounced back after the loss to Princeton, taking down Brown on Senior Day, 12-6.
No. 12 Penn women’s lacrosse fell to No. 6 Northwestern, 7-2, in a defensive contest that highlighted the Red and Blue’s scoring troubles against the higher-ranked opponents.
All year long, we listened to the theme of how youth, inexperience, and a slew of injuries resulted in a rollercoaster 2013-14 season for Penn wrestling.
Last year, in the first ever meeting between Penn’s women lacrosse and Vanderbilt, the Quakers managed to eke out a one-point victory, 14-13, after the Commodores rallied back from an 11-6 deficit midway through the second half.
The story was no different this time around, as the No.
The Quakers are sending four wrestlers to Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy Arena, including 2014 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Assocation Championship runners-up junior Lorenzo Thomas and senior Brad Wukie
Even without an individual winner at this year’s edition of the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships, Penn wrestling is still feeling pretty good about its performance.
The big day has finally arrived for Penn wrestling.
This weekend, the Quakers will compete in the 2014 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) Championships, at home in the Palestra.
With the most important challenge of the year looming on the horizon, sometimes all a team needs is a little morale boost.
That’s exactly what Penn wrestling got this weekend, going on the road to defeat rivals Princeton and Drexel, 22-9 and 20-10, respectively.
After dominating the regular season on the way to a seventh straight Ivy title, Penn confirmed its authority over the conference as it defeated Dartmouth, 10-7, in the final of the Ivy League Tournament.
The Quakers (6-3, 2-2 Ivy) rode a 5-0 run to close the first half on their way to a bruising 10-3 victory behind a hattrick by sophomore attack Isaac Bock — Penn’s first victory over Brown in four years.
As Penn wrestling enters the 2013 offseason, the Quakers must prepare to lose two of their best senior grapplers: Mark Rappo (125 pounds) and Micah Burak (197).
One year after senior Micah Burak finished seventh at 197 pounds to become Penn’s 26th All-American, the Quakers came back empty-handed from Des Moines, Iowa.
The Red and Blue will play in the first round of the Women’s Basketball Invitational (WBI) when they host Howard at 7 p.m. on Thursday at the Palestra.
And for Penn senior Micah Burak, finally winning an Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) Championship title in the 197-pound weightclass after being a runner-up three times in a row was definitely worth the wait.
The Quakers (8-20, 5-6 Ivy) entered their matchup against the Crimson (17-9, 9-3) having suffered two bad losses in a row against traditional Ivy bottom-dwellers Columbia and Dartmouth. But their effort against first-place Harvard would be a different story.
The Quakers enter this weekend’s home games against Dartmouth (6-18, 2-8) and Harvard (17-7, 9-1) with the only reasonable goal in mind of playing for pride — and for next season.
On Monday, Maria Reyes Garcia-Pellon, charged with the stabbing of her husband, former Penn basketball center Matt White, was declared competent to stand trial and waived her preliminary hearing.
After a 79-71 win over Cornell Friday night, the Quakers couldn’t get past a Columbia team which had lost seven of its previous eight games, losing to the Lions, 58-41.
Wrestling head coach and former Olympian Rob Eiter reacts to the International Olympic Committee’s decision to drop wrestling from the Olympic program starting with the 2020 Games.