Red just wasn’t enough this weekend.
This weekend, the Red and Blue gymnastics squad beat their Ivy rival Cornell - the Big Red - to earn their first victory at a tri-meet in the 2015-16 season.
They're going north.
Coming off of a strong first home meet, the Penn gymnastics team heads to Ithaca on Saturday to take on Ivy League rival Cornell and SUNY Cortland.
In their first home meet of the season, Penn gymnastics came within three-tenths of defeating West Chester, falling by a score of 190.875-190.600.
This weekend, even the snow couldn't stop the tumbling, flipping, and twisting of Penn gymnastics.
The Quakers defeated Yale on Sunday in their first Ivy dual meet of the year by a score of 189.575-188.725.
Despite chilly temperatures this week, things are starting to heat up for Penn's gymnastics team.
Less than a week after opening their season in Washington D.C., Penn has their next test when they travel to New Haven to take on Yale on Saturday in their first dual meet of the year.
The Quakers’ team score landed them fourth of the five teams — a strong showing for the Red and Blue’s first competition, especially with a few shakes early on.