Colin Henderson

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University completes multi-million dollar track project

The Frank is back.

After being closed for the entire summer, Penn’s historic Franklin Field has reopened for the first time since Commencement ceremonies following extensive renovations to its track.

According to Director of Athletic Communications Mike Mahoney, the project cost approximately $3 million in total, funded mostly largely by donations.

Cross Country Issue | Penn's women's squad is all grown up

Last year, Penn women’s cross country finished last in the Ivy League.

This is an indisputable fact. In their year-end Heptagonal meet, the de facto Ivy championship competition, the Red and Blue only managed to finish eighth in the Ancient Eight. And while any single meet result should be taken with a grain of salt, this sort of result would be the elephant in the room.

Field Hockey Issue | How the 2015 schedule breaks down

In a year marked by attrition and adversity, the Quakers fought hard for their 8-9 record in 2014. And this leaves the Red and Blue in a situation both exciting and precarious looking towards 2015, a year which could reasonably be marked by either further struggles or breakthrough.

Penn women's lacrosse reloads on defensive end with freshman class

When a ruler loses a battle, it only makes sense to bring in reinforcements. And this summer, that is exactly what Penn women’s lacrosse has done.

For most of the past decade, the Quakers have reigned over the Ivy League, for one stretch winning an Ivy League title in eight consecutive seasons.

Penn track's Sam Mattis named national scholar

Competition may be over for rising senior Sam Mattis, but that hasn’t stopped the awards from continuing to roll in for him.

With the dog days of summer approaching, the star discus thrower has been named male Outdoor Field Scholar Athlete of the Year by the U.S.

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