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04/30/14 9:37pm

Penn women's lacrosse preps for Ivy League Tournament

Move along, regular season. It’s playoffs time.
04/20/14 6:13pm
The Quakers bounced back after the loss to Princeton, taking down Brown on Senior Day, 12-6.
04/06/14 7:51pm
No. 12 Penn women’s lacrosse fell to No. 6 Northwestern, 7-2, in a defensive contest that highlighted the Red and Blue’s scoring troubles against the higher-ranked opponents.
04/03/14 8:46pm
All year long, we listened to the theme of how youth, inexperience, and a slew of injuries resulted in a rollercoaster 2013-14 season for Penn wrestling.
03/23/14 7:43pm
Last year, in the first ever meeting between Penn’s women lacrosse and Vanderbilt, the Quakers managed to eke out a one-point victory, 14-13, after the Commodores rallied back from an 11-6 deficit midway through the second half.The story was no different this time around, as the No.
03/19/14 7:46pm
The Quakers are sending four wrestlers to Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy Arena, including 2014 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Assocation Championship runners-up junior Lorenzo Thomas and senior Brad Wukie
03/10/14 12:34am
Even without an individual winner at this year’s edition of the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships, Penn wrestling is still feeling pretty good about its performance.
03/05/14 6:45pm
The big day has finally arrived for Penn wrestling.This weekend, the Quakers will compete in the 2014 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) Championships, at home in the Palestra.
02/23/14 4:48pm
With the most important challenge of the year looming on the horizon, sometimes all a team needs is a little morale boost.That’s exactly what Penn wrestling got this weekend, going on the road to defeat rivals Princeton and Drexel, 22-9 and 20-10, respectively.
05/05/13 2:30pm
After dominating the regular season on the way to a seventh straight Ivy title, Penn confirmed its authority over the conference as it defeated Dartmouth, 10-7, in the final of the Ivy League Tournament.
04/06/13 5:41pm
The Quakers (6-3, 2-2 Ivy) rode a 5-0 run to close the first half on their way to a bruising 10-3 victory behind a hattrick by sophomore attack Isaac Bock — Penn’s first victory over Brown in four years.
04/01/13 7:05pm
As Penn wrestling enters the 2013 offseason, the Quakers must prepare to lose two of their best senior grapplers: Mark Rappo (125 pounds) and Micah Burak (197).
03/24/13 9:34pm
One year after senior Micah Burak finished seventh at 197 pounds to become Penn’s 26th All-American, the Quakers came back empty-handed from Des Moines, Iowa.
03/19/13 12:54am
The Red and Blue will play in the first round of the Women’s Basketball Invitational (WBI) when they host Howard at 7 p.m. on Thursday at the Palestra.
03/10/13 11:35pm
And for Penn senior Micah Burak, finally winning an Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) Championship title in the 197-pound weightclass after being a runner-up three times in a row was definitely worth the wait.
03/02/13 8:35pm
The Quakers (8-20, 5-6 Ivy) entered their matchup against the Crimson (17-9, 9-3) having suffered two bad losses in a row against traditional Ivy bottom-dwellers Columbia and Dartmouth. But their effort against first-place Harvard would be a different story.
02/27/13 10:58pm
The Quakers enter this weekend’s home games against Dartmouth (6-18, 2-8) and Harvard (17-7, 9-1) with the only reasonable goal in mind of playing for pride — and for next season.
02/26/13 9:33pm
On Monday, Maria Reyes Garcia-Pellon, charged with the stabbing of her husband, former Penn basketball center Matt White, was declared competent to stand trial and waived her preliminary hearing.
02/23/13 9:20pm
After a 79-71 win over Cornell Friday night, the Quakers couldn’t get past a Columbia team which had lost seven of its previous eight games, losing to the Lions, 58-41.
02/12/13 11:06pm
Wrestling head coach and former Olympian Rob Eiter reacts to the International Olympic Committee’s decision to drop wrestling from the Olympic program starting with the 2020 Games.
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