An already close college volleyball community is made even more intimate by the concentration of players from California.
How to achieve victory on a level playing field is a question that the volleyball team needs to ask itself as it digs deeper into conference matches.
A grueling preseason, during which the Penn volleyball team lost more matches than it did in its entire 2009 campaign, has finally given way to the Ivy League slate.
Though the season has not yet kicked into full gear, the incoming class comprised of Lauren Bridges, Stephanie Do, Jaime Yapp-Shing, and No. 4-ranked incoming freshman Connie Hsu has already demonstrated its talent.
The Quakers were swept by Cal State-Fullerton, UCLA and Liberty before rebounding with a sweep of West Virginia. In the process, they learned winning isn't everything.
It was a tough weekend for Penn volleyball in Maryland at the Terrapin Invitational, where the team lost six straight sets and went 1-2.
The Quakers’ season opener on Sept. 3 against Temple will be broadcast around the Philadelphia region by the Comcast Network.
After losing their first five Ivy games, Penn (4-13, 0-5 Ivy) enters the contest in the same spot it was in last season, when Penn beat the Lions, 7-0.
Many high school athletes dream of being recruited to their college of choice’s varsity team, but recruitment certainly isn’t the only way to get noticed.
Despite putting forth some of its best effort all season, the women’s tennis team fell 7-0 to No. 32 Princeton, losing each of its singles matches in straight sets.
After a disappointing performance last weekend at the San Diego Invitational, the Quakers will attempt to improve their 4-7 record when they take on Boston University in their first outdoor home match.
Penn earned a solid 5-2 win over struggling George Washington yesterday at Levy Tennis Pavilion.
And thought it was a close match, the Quakers put up a strong fight yesterday at Levy Pavilion and snatched a 4-3 win, keeping Bucknell winless on the season.