For the first time in recent memory, Spring Fling and Passover have coincided this year. Passover is arguably the most celebrated holiday in the Jewish faith. Fling is arguably the most celebrated tradition on the Penn calendar.
Trailing division leader Cornell by four games, Penn can clinch a division crown only if it sweeps Columbia (11-30, 2-14), and Princeton sweeps Cornell.
The Quakers will head to New Jersey for their annual four-game set against Princeton. The first two games will begin today at 12:30 p.m., and the series will finish up with two more tomorrow at the same time.
Penn (12-15, 6-2 Ivy) will host division rival Cornell (21-10, 7-1) for their annual four-game set — a doubleheader Saturday at 3 p.m. and another 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Warren Field.
For some athletes, no matter the obstacle, you just can’t keep them down. Softball pitcher Chelsea Ott has proven to be a member of that elite group.
Penn bats come alive, but too late in Lehigh’s two-game sweep
With two of last year’s best pitchers no longer on the roster and junior Taylor Tieman out due to injury, coach Leslie King must make the best of a limited bullpen.
Through three consecutive trips to the finals match, senior Kristen Lange has yet to return to Penn with the ever-elusive national title.
In the end, the No. 1 Crimson proved to be the stronger team, defeating the No. 3 Quakers 6-3 yesterday in the tournament’s final round.
At the College Squash Association team championships, the Quakers won the Hoehn Cup with a 5-4 victory over Williams.
In the final home game of their careers in front of their biggest crowd of the season, emotional seniors led W. Squash to a victory over rival Princeton.
After only losing three games during its past nine matches, No. 3 Penn fell to No. 2 Trinity 5-4 Saturday afternoon in Hartford, Conn.
Following two 9-0 victories against Amherst and Williams, the No. 3 Quakers have swept their last six matches and have won nine straight games this season.
Penn (2-0, 1-0 Ivy) will face Logan Greer and her Yale team at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Ringe Courts in the first of a two-game Ancient Eight home stand (Brown will face Penn Sunday).
Facing a winless Franklin & Marshall squad, Penn gave captain Kristen Lange the night off, moving everyone up one spot on the ladder.
Penn defeated an improving Cornell squad 7–2 Saturday afternoon in Ithaca, N.Y., before a hostile crowd.
Women’s squash hopes to build on last year’s progress — but most importantly, its wins.
W. Hoops starts a new season and a new coaching era against city foe Drexel.
It's a matchup of an unstoppable force and an immovable object as Penn's Ivy-leading scoring attacks Ivy saves leader Brown.
Sixth-place Penn (4-9, 1-2 Ivy) hopes to play spoiler when the Ivy foes face off Sunday at 1 p.m. on Franklin Field.