Senior captain Kyra Levi continued her excellent stretch this weekend, tying her career high on bars.
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After a year and a half on the bench, junior guard Jake Silpe is finally back in the mix for Penn men's basketball, returning to the team's rotation due to his hard work.
Last time Penn gymnastics competed, senior Alex Hartke was dominant in her trademark event, scoring 9.925 on floor for the second-highest score in school history.
While Penn gymnastics junior Nicole Swirbalus has been inspired by her longtime friendship with Olympic legend Aly Raisman, she's embarked on quite an impressive career of her own.
In the final home regular season meet of her career, senior captain Kyra Levi was as strong as ever, scoring a 9.900 in the floor for the No. 3 score in the event in school history.
On their respective teams, junior gymnast Caroline Moore and junior field hockey defender Karen Seid are completely separate. But off the field, they come together in perhaps Penn's most athletic house.
Coming off a team-high all-around performance against Yale, freshman Darby Nelson has impressed ahead of the final home meet of the regular season.
Freshman Darcy Matsuda set a new career high on beam as she helped the Quakers record their highest single-event score of the season.
In Penn gymnastics' home opener last week, senior Ally Podsednik wowed with a score of 9.800 on the balance beam, and she might have to be that good again for Penn to take down Cornell.
Sophomore guard Ryan Betley has been one of the major offensive threats for the Quakers over the past few weeks.
Junior Caroline Moore's 9.825 points on beam led the Quakers to a strong team performance in that event.