Friday and Saturday, the Quakers will take on Brown and Yale on their own turf at the Hamlin Tennis Center hoping not to repeat last year’s road losses.
The Penn women’s tennis team (8-3) will take on Princeton (8-4) this Saturday at home in its first Ivy match of the season.
The Penn women’s tennis team lost, 4-3, in a close match Saturday when they took on Maryland.
Friday night, the Penn men’s lacrosse team took down the Blue Devils by a final score of 14-9 at Franklin Field.
As one of the most successful seasons in Penn women’s squash history nears its close, all eyes in the sport have fallen on the Quakers as they travel to compete in the prestigious Howe Cup.
Before Saturday’s senior day against Cornell, the No. 3 Quakers will travel to the Big Apple on Friday to face No. 12 Columbia for the second time ever.
Penn Athletics Eco-Reps and Wharton’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership held a dinner Tuesday night in order to promote the Greening Penn’s Campus Initiative.
In high school, Colleen Fehm balanced squash and pole vaulting, but had to choose between them when she got to college. While this might seem like a tough decision for a well-accomplished squash player and state-champion pole vaulter, Fehm’s mind was set on squash.
The No. 5 Quakers fell to No. 1 Harvard, 6-3, on Saturday, but redeemed themselves the following day with a 9-0 win over No. 8 Dartmouth to split the weekend pair at Ringe Courts.
For both the Penn men’s and women’s squash teams, Jack Wyant’s system of challenge matches has given his players an opportunity to determine their own gameday rankings through intrasquad competition.
The Penn women’s squash team swept Williams College with a 9-0 shutout for its fourth consecutive win of the season.
The men’s and women’s squash teams had mixed results as they took on Bates and George Washington over the weekend.
The Penn men’s soccer team suffered yet another Ivy defeat Saturday, falling to Princeton, 3-0, in the Quakers’ last away game of the season.
Thursday, six members of the men’s team head to Yale, while seven from the ladies side journey to West Point, N.Y., to participate in this distinguished competition sponsored by the U.S. Tennis Association.
The Penn crew team will compete in the historic Navy Day Regatta this weekend to celebrate the 237th birthday of the United States Navy.