How can Penn women’s lacrosse continue to push the envelope and improve as a program when the eight-time reigning Ivy League champions have seen such exorbitant success in the last decade?
For Bensen, the answer is one which many comedic film series also turn to: getting more offensive.
“For the past four years that I’ve been here, our attack has been our weak point,” she said.
Not a bad way to start things off.
Penn softball took three of four Ivy League games over the weekend, splitting with Dartmouth on Friday and sweeping Harvard on Sunday.
Before Penn basketball practice starts, it is every man for himself.
Each player begins warming up, doing what each needs to do in order to feel ‘ready’ for the next two hours.
When senior Austin Powell steps onto the golf course, approaches the first tee box and looks out on the fairway, he believes his potential is limitless.
It was a busy weekend to start the spring season for Penn rowing, with boats in the water on both coasts for each of the program’s men’s squads.
Junior captain Chris Swanson is making his third trip to the championship, and this year he will be joined by fellow junior captain Eric Schultz, who will be making his first appearance on the national stage.