The men’s swimming and diving team ended its seasons with a disappointing sixth-place finish at Ivy championships.
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Going into the Ivy Championships, the Red and Blue will be looking to improve upon their disappointing regular season campaign, which included close losses to Princeton, Dartmouth and Yale.
With tough meets coming almost weekly, Friday’s matchup gives the Quakers an opportunity to break away from their normal meet routine.
Penn will have to travel to Manhattan during reading days to take on two of the Ivy's best.
When senior Brendan McHugh was 17, he participated on a summer swim team with younger brother Dillon, now a freshman, and his three other younger siblings. Thus it was business as usual when the two brothers reunited on the Quakers squad this year.
Though Penn was not able to get the win it needed, the Quakers and Army put on an offensive display in their 58-44 duel, exchanging punch for punch over 60 minutes.
In its final non-conference game of the season, Penn defeated Fordham 35-20 under the lights at Franklin Field. PHOTO GALLERY: The best shots from the 2011 football season COLUMN: A sign of things to come
On the sprint football team, where players often find themselves at different positions or even on opposite sides of the ball.
Navy once again showed why it is a perennial powerhouse in the Collegiate Sprint Football League, dominating the Quakers in a 56-0 rout that put Penn’s hopes for a second-straight conference title in jeopardy.
It wasn’t quite like the 70-0 Princeton beatdown last year, but the sprint football still ran roughshod over the Tigers under the Friday night lights of Franklin Field this weekend.
Friday at 7 p.m. under the lights of Franklin Field, the Red and Blue will be looking for the same dominating performance as last year's 70-0 drubbing of the Tigers.
After a long nonconference schedule followed by a tough stretch of Ivy play, women's tennis finally notched not one but two Ivy League victories.
The women’s tennis team finished its season this weekend on a high note, ending with two consecutive Ivy League victories — two more than it had all last season — over Cornell Friday and Columbia Sunday.
Saturday, Penn football took on quite possibly its hardest Ivy opponent of the season — itself — in the closest simulation the team will get to a real game until the fall.
After a close loss to Princeton last week, the Quakers are possibly facing their toughest challenge yet — two consecutive match days against No. 28 Yale and No. 43 Brown this weekend.
After gutting out its last two matches, the undefeated men’s tennis team may not have to do the same against a winless Fordham squad.
Freshman Will Hartje took third in the finals of the 200-yard breastroke, while fellow freshman Michael Lin came in second in the 100 backstroke, with a personal best time of 52.75
After facing four straight Ivy foes, the Penn men's swimming team will face off against West Chester at home Friday at 5 p.m. in its second-to-last dual meet of the season.
The Quakers’ women’s swim team traveled to New Haven, Conn. this weekend, defeating Dartmouth, 164-136, but falling to Yale, 179-121.
The Penn men’s swimming team defeated both Yale and Dartmouth on Saturday in a tri-meet held in New Haven, Conn.