This weekend, Penn men’s lacrosse will take on a familiar foe - in both proximity and in style.
No. 20 Penn men’s lacrosse team hosted No. 6 Denver on Saturday and came away with a 12-10 win that was by no means predictable from the start.
After winning the game’s opening face off, senior attack Danny Feeney charged to the goal and scored, all within a mere six seconds. It was a sign of things to come.
After a nine month layoff and rejuvenated following a surprising 2012-13 campaign, the Penn men’s lacrosse team begins its season against defending the national champions, No. 1 Duke.
In his third year as Penn's Director of Lacrosse Operations and a former goalkeeper for the Quakers, Ted Rawlings is very much the face of Penn lacrosse.
Penn's senior goalkeeper is not only instrumental for Penn men's lacrosse on the field, but also in terms of team dynamics.
While most upperclassmen are on the hunt for jobs this time of year, Penn senior midfield Zack Losco doesn't have to worry about what lies ahead.
When Penn gymnastics takes to the mats this weekend, it will be for more than just numbers on a page. This Sunday’s meet against West Chester and Rutgers is the annual Think Pink weekend.
The Red and Blue fought for every tenth to pull it together and, for the first time this season, surpass the 190 mark placing second behind Temple with 190.550.
Despite their lack of immediate success, the Red and Blue still have much of the season left to turn it around. And that turning point might just be Saturday.
With part of the season already underway, the Penn gymnastics team is seeing the impact of its new facility, the Nalitt Family Gymnastics Center.
Never have I been in a situation where women were expected to show their breasts for a crowd of cheering men. Never have I been in a situation where women complied. Never, that is, until Friday.
When the Eagles don’t make the Super Bowl, Philadelphia gets its entertainment on Super Bowl weekend in a different form.
What started out as a possible turning point for the Red and Blue ended up with the Quakers posting their lowest score of the season thus far against Yale.
After a disappointing loss to Illinois State last weekend, Penn gymnastics is back on the road, this time for its first Ivy League matchup of the season.
On Saturday, Illinois State comes to Penn, not only for the Quakers first home meet of the 2013-14 season, but also for the debut of new equipment.
Penn and Temple had the opportunity to show off their skills in a low-pressure environment in front of a home crowd.
On Friday, the Penn and Temple gymnastics teams will put on an exhibition, the first in the brand new Nalitt Family Center. And both squads couldn’t be more excited to show it off.
When she was just 8 years old, sophomore Yan Xin knew that squash was the game for her. And by the age of 16, she knew Penn was the school for her.
Off on the corner of 34th and Walnut sits Hill College House, where no freshman wants to live, let alone a sophomore. Nobody, that is, except for Max Polkinhorne.