The Quakers took down the Big Green in blowout fashion, 11-2. The Senior Day campaign was led by four goals from Ryan Parietti, who was playing in his final game at home.
The Quakers bounced back from their loss to Harvard to dominate Dartmouth on Senior Day, thanks to six combined goals from senior Ryan Parietti and junior Zack Losco
Coming off of a tough loss to Harvard in overtime last weekend, Penn desperately needs a win against Dartmouth.
After finishing last spring 3-10 and 1-5 in conference play the Red and Blue knew that something needed to change. Enter former Michigan assistant coach Judd Lattimore.
After a couple of close losses to top-10 teams, Harvard is hungry for a victory while the Quakers try to carry the momentum from their crushing 10-3 victory over Brown last week.
Star sophomore Isaac Bock is the third Bock to represent the Quakers on the lacrosse team
No. 17 Penn (5-3, 1-2 Ivy) has lost to Brown (5-3, 1-1) each of the last three years, so history may not necessarily be on the Quakers’ side for those 60 minutes when they hit the road to take on the Bears on Saturday at 3 p.m.
After a spirited comeback to force overtime, the No. 13 Quakers (5-3, 1-2 Ivy) fell to Yale in the extra period, 7-6.
Penn will take on Yale at Franklin Field on Saturday at 1 p.m. With the home crowd’s support and a sunny day forecasted, the Red and Blue have every opportunity to get back on track.
This weekend, the Penn gymnastics team will be feeling the pressure. But for the defending ECAC champions, that comes with the territory. The Quakers will be heading up to Cornell hoping to win their second consecutive conference crown.
In only his first year on the team, freshman attack Nick Doktor has quickly established himself as one of Penn’s most dependable and mentally tough players.
Even with a solid score of 191.525 in this weekend’s matchup against North Carolina, the meet did not end in the Quakers’ favor.
It’s no secret in the gymnastics community that a female competitor usually peaks around the age of 16, long before one enters college.
The Quakers started off their spring break strong, defeating Ursinus 189.425 to 185.375.
The Penn women’s gymnastics team was unable to hold onto its crown as the two-time defending Ivy League champions.
In the Quakers’ only meet at the Palestra all season, against Bridgeport, it is the Red and Blue’s most–and least–experienced members that merit watching.
The Quakers continued to strive and gain consistency even with injuries plaguing the team. The absence of senior Dana Bonincontri meant that other team members had to step up.
On Saturday, the Quakers will travel to neighboring West Chester for their second dual meet of the season after beating Yale back on Jan. 27.
The Quakers came in second with a 189.575, beating the Centenary score of 187.550, but falling to host Ball State, which came out with a 193.800.
The Red and Blue beat their team score from last weekend and achieved a new season high of 191.525. With only one fall on the balance beam, the women are becoming stronger and more consistent.