Penn softball needed a win — and desperately — after it got swept on the road by Harvard and Dartmouth last weekend.
One week after upsetting Princeton in their conference play opener, the Quakers (6-10, 2-1 Ivy) split their weekend homestand with Brown and Yale.
After 22 seasons at Penn — including 19 as quarterbacks coach — Larry Woods announced his retirement Wednesday.
After facing some turmoil on and off the field, Penn women’s lacrosse was able to keep itself focused and earn a much needed-victory.
Though rain pounded Penn’s campus over the weekend, the men’s and women’s rowing teams found different ways to deal with the precipitation.
It’s the beginning of a new era for the Penn men’s swimming team — and Chris Swanson is leading the way.
It looks like Penn baseball will have to wait a bit longer to settle the score with Lafayette.
For about 11 minutes, Penn men’s lacrosse was feeling it, on the verge of breaking an eight-year long losing streak to Cornell. Then reality set in.
For years, Cornell lacrosse has dominated the top of the Ivy League standings. But if the vastly-improved Penn program has anything to say about it, there could soon be a power shift at the top.
Taking on No. 2 Maryland at home, the Quakers were thoroughly outclassed by the Terrapins, falling, 15-5
Shelby Fortin will have one last chance at NCAA glory.
2013 was a magical season for the Penn softball team, as the Quakers captured their second-ever Ivy title and made their first trip to the NCAA Tournament.
2013 was a slog at times for Penn baseball, but there were plenty of happy moments for the Quakers. Here's the top five.
With their postseason hopes all but gone, the Quakers will host Brown and Yale this weekend, hoping to pick up a sweep in the final Palestra home games for Miles Jackson-Cartwright, Fran Dougherty, Dau Jok, Steve Rennard and Cameron Gunter .
Thanks to Cotton’s tremendous growth on the basketball court, the Bulldogs are in position to earn a postseason appearance for only the second time since the 2002 team earned a trip to the NIT after finishing second in a three-team playoff.
Though the Penn men’s and women’s tennis teams achieved mostly mediocre results last year, there were plenty of happy moments to go around. Here are the top five.
It was the game Henry Brooks was always meant to have. All of the Penn junior forward’s best attributes were on display. The active hands. The deft touch inside. And most of all, the nasty attitude on defense.
Harvard guard Siyani Chambers' passing display left the Quakers flat-footed and ultimately defeated.
Not even Penn wrestling’s own roster can boast too many stories quite like Friedman’s, even if the sophomore pre-med student hasn’t been able to log much mat time this year for the Quakers.
For Penn women’s lacrosse, 2013 was the same old story. Another Ivy League championship. A seventh consecutive bid to the NCAA Tournament.