Swimming

01/30/16 4:48pm
While Senior Day may have only been Saturday , that didn’t stop Penn Swimming and Diving from sending out their graduating class with a full weekend of success.
01/17/16 7:43pm
It’s Harvard’s world, and unfortunately for Penn men’s and women’s swimming and diving, they are still living in it.
01/14/16 3:38am
Winter has finally arrived here in Philadelphia, but while temperatures fall, things are just starting to heat up for Penn in the Ivy League swimming season.
01/11/16 2:08am
In a season defined by dominant veteran performances, Penn swimming’s youth movement made a mark of its own over the weekend.
12/06/15 11:26pm
Matched up against a field composed mainly of Division III programs — including Kenyon College, the nation’s top-ranked Division III squad — the Red and Blue dominated at Kenyon’s Total Performance Invitational, winning 28 events across men’s and women’s competition en route to two commanding team victories.
12/03/15 12:57am
Division I, meets Division III. On Thursday, the Quakers will compete against teams from Kenyon College, Johns Hopkins, and Carnegie Mellon in the first of three days at the Total Performance Invite hosted by Kenyon, in Gambier, Ohio.
12/01/15 9:46pm
When all is said and done, he just wants to leave his Mark.
11/24/15 3:16am
There’s no such thing as luck for the Penn women’s swimming and diving team.
11/22/15 5:47pm
“Unfortunately you don’t get to play defense in swimming.”
11/18/15 11:26pm
When Penn swimming heads to New Jersey for its first Ivy tri-meet with Cornell and Princeton this weekend, a hot topic will be the presence (or absence) of hair on Big Red swimmers’ legs.
11/17/15 12:03am
Penn men’s swimming took care of business in dominating fashion last Friday at home against Columbia and again on Saturday afternoon against Villanova at Sheerr Pool.
11/12/15 5:21am
Although the waters of Sheerr Pool are usually kept at a balmy 79 degrees, Penn swimming will try to heat things up this weekend.
11/03/15 11:42pm
When Michael Hamann got out of the pool, he knew something was wrong.
11/03/15 11:41pm
For many, transitioning to college is like a cannonball dive. You plunge into the cold waters and just hope that the undercurrent doesn’t pull you down.
11/03/15 11:41pm
Their biggest meet may still be months away, but the Quakers will finally have a chance to get their feet wet this weekend. The Penn swimming season will get underway when the women head to New York to face Columbia on Friday before heading to Baltimore, where they will be joined by the men's team, as both squads face off against UMBC on Saturday. Both teams are coming off fourth-place finishes in last year's Ivy championships.
11/03/15 11:40pm
Not many things in this world get better with age, but don’t tell that to the pair of Penn men's swimming senior captains. Over the last three seasons, Eric Schultz and Chris Swanson have won countless races and championships, including a combined eight individual Ivy titles.
11/03/15 11:39pm
One sis, two sis, Red sis, Blue sis.
03/31/15 12:16am
With its season nearly over, Penn men’s swimming sent two representatives to the NCAA Championships for one last hurrah, giving the Quakers an opportunity to showcase their top performers on a national stage.
03/02/15 12:10am
Oftentimes in sports, the stats accurately show everything one would need to know about a contest.
02/26/15 1:42am
One week after the women’s team placed fourth in the Ivy League championships, Penn men’s swimming and diving is heading to Princeton for their own shot at the Ancient Eight crown. And the Quakers have certainly proved that they can swim their best on the biggest stage of the year.