Penn gymnastics is looking for a fresh start.
After placing a disappointing fourth place in the Ivy League last season, Penn is hoping to raise its performance level with the help of an impressive group of six new recruits. And if the opening meet of the season was any indication, this class is ready to make an immediate impact to help the Red and Blue get back to the top.
When the Quakers take to the mats for the first time since last weekend’s eye-opening performance with a home showdown against Yale, the task for coach John Ceralde’s squad will be simple: prove to the gymnastics world that the stellar season opener was no fluke.
“I want to be a part of one of the best teams Penn has ever had,” Penn gymnastics freshman Tara Mills told Penn Athletics before the season started.
Through one meet, Mills and her teammates are off to a pretty good start.
Penn gymnastics finished its season not with a bang, but with a fizzle.
Back on the last weekend of February Penn Gymnastics had a chance to defend its Ivy Classic Title.
In their final home competition, Penn gymnastics seniors bid adieu to the Palestra.
While the rest of the University heads away from campus, Penn gymnastics will be staying close to home over spring break.
After last weekend’s disappointing fourth-place finish at the Ivy League Championships, the Quakers will head to Temple for a tri-meet this Saturday before hosting Bridgeport for the team’s Senior Meet on March 12.
This weekend Penn gymnastics competed in the Ivy Classic, finishing a disappointing last out of four teams as the squad sought to defend its 2015 title.
Penn football shared its 2015 Ivy title with Harvard and Dartmouth. Penn men’s fencing split a conference title with Columbia and Princeton earlier in February.
Penn gymnastics wants the whole damn thing.
Somehow, Penn gymnastics just gets better every week.
For the third week in a row, the Quakers set a new season-high as a unit, logging a team score of 192.400 en route to a second-place finish behind host Rutgers and ahead of Temple and Ursinus.
With only one week to go until the Ivy League Championship, the Penn gymnastics team heads to New Brunswick, N.J.
There’s no such thing as a moral victory?
Probably true for the majority of sports, but for Penn gymnastics on Friday night, it may be reasonable to make a slight exception.
Panthers and Tigers and Bears, oh my!
That's what the Penn gymnastics team will be facing this Friday at the Shelli Calloway Invitational in Towson, Maryland, as the team will compete against Towson, Pitt and Ursinus.
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.
After weeks of practicing and an intrasquad meet back in December, the Penn gymnastics team kicks off their season in earnest this Sunday at the Lindsey Ferris Invitational, hosted by George Washington University, in Washington D.C.