Although they’ll be under the sun, there will be no break for Penn women’s tennis over the next week.The Quakers will be heading to Texas for four matches against tough opponents, such as UT-Arlington and UT-Austin, spanning the week of spring break.
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As Drake so eloquently said, “Started from the bottom, now we here.” For Max Reed, that story is all too true.The freshman from Lebanon, N.H., has taken a unique and — at times — bumpy path in his short career, but certainly is back on top.
After two weeks off the courts, Penn women's tennis served up a big win at home.The Quakers defeated Albany, holding a 5-2 advantage at the Hecht Tennis Center Saturday afternoon.
Cliched or not, practice makes perfect. Just ask Marie Stephan.From the start of the 2014-2015 season, the sophomore has won 25 regular season matches without dropping a single one.
Coming off a gripping 5-4 comeback victory at Trinity last Saturday, the Penn women (7-1, 1-1 Ivy) will have to defend their No. 2 ranking in the faces of the third-ranked Tigers (5-1, 1-1) Saturday afternoon.
While the blizzard raged on, Penn women’s squash found its fire on Saturday.
No. 7 Penn men’s squash upset the No. 4 Rochester team on Ringe Courts Saturday with a 6-3 final match score
For Penn wrestling, this is true both on and off the mats, with two of their mainstays coming back from time off.
When it comes to reinventing the wheel, Penn athletes hope to usher in a new era of transportation.
As William Shakespeare once said, “All’s well that ends well.” Butor Penn men’s soccer, there would be no such redemption.
From the Red and Blue to the Red, White and Blue, Gilly Lane had a busy summer.The former assistant coach of Penn Squash begins a new chapter as Associate Head Coach following his promotion in July.
There’s no place like home. There’s no time like Homecoming.
When it comes down to medal count, Penn rowing certainly did not miss the boat.
As the old adage goes: “Actions speak louder than words.” However, the exception to this rule is the Penn volleyball bench, whose words are pretty darn loud.
Facing the defending champions is always a challenge. Facing the defending champions along with the team that just upset them is a nightmare.Such is the schedule for Penn volleyball, who travel Friday to Leede Arena in Hanover, N.H., to battle a hot Dartmouth side, followed by a Saturday trip the Malkin Athletic Center in Cambridge, Mass., to face the 2014 Ivy League victors, Harvard.The Quakers (7-6, 1-0 Ivy)record seem to be in good standing and could be ready for this challenge, coming off of a three-game winning streak, including a 3-1 triumph at Princeton last Friday and a shutout of NJIT on the roadreordered the following day. deleted “Having played only one league game and split the rest, Penn is sitting on a 7-6 record overall.”Despite its extensive non-conferencehyphen schedule, coach Kerry Carr was not concerned about the team’s fatigue going into the weekend's strenuous doubleheader.“I got a lot of different players experience in the preseason, so I feel like we're rested going into the Ivy League,” she said.One of the standout players for Penn this past weekend was senior captain Alexis Genske, who recorded 14 kills and 14 digs against the Tigers and had another 12 kills with fourspelled out digs against the Highlanders.“I think our whole team played really steady, which made it easy to be more aggressive on plays [I] might not normally take a risk on, so that definitely gave me the confidence to swing harder,” Genske said. “Also, passing and defensively, we were communicating really well, so I knew which balls my teammates were taking, and which ones were my responsibility.”The Red and Blue will certainly need their strength when they take on the Big Green, who narrowly squeezed past the Crimson in a dramatic five-setter last Friday.