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.
With two months of the 2015 season already in the books, the Penn women's tennis team has yet to hit its stride.
Penn baseball is heating up at just the right time.
After struggling early on in nonconference play, the Quakers (4-8) look to extend their three-game winning streak as the squad prepares for the start of Ivy League play this weekend when it hosts a pair of doubleheaders against Harvard and Dartmouth.
One of the team's bright spots through a dozen contests, Penn’s formidable pitching staff will be put to the test on Saturday against the Crimson (10-8), who have posted at least eight runs in five of their last six games. Senior captain Connor Cuff is set to start the opener on Saturday, while sophomore southpaw Mike Reitcheck is expected to get the nod in game two.
Cuff has been rounding into form recently – the 2014 first-team All-Ivy selection boasts an ERA of 1.00 and is coming off an impressive complete game victory over Lafayette on Sunday.
When she strides across home plate to take her lefty stance inside the batter’s box, you might not expect anything out of the ordinary from Sydney Turchin.
The former track athlete Timothy Hamlett went missing on Dec. 26 and was last seen near the George Washington Bridge.
Athletic Director M. Grace Calhoun has been making a lot of changes in her first year at the helm of Penn Athletics.
On Tuesday, Calhoun — after long discussions with the Wharton marketing department — announced that the Quakers would be re-branding the athletic programs as the Penn Red and Blue and adopting a new tree-based mascot.
“No, I don’t see any similarity to [Stanford’s athletic program],” Calhoun said when asked of her decision.
When it came down to it, Penn athletics decided it needed more of a natural mascot.