Articles by Reuben Hampton

04/21/13 9:41pm
The Quakers ended their season on a somber note after tough losses to Columbia and Cornell.
04/20/13 5:14pm

Penn women's tennis shutdown by No. 65 Columbia in final home match

The Lions took an insurmountable 4-0 lead while leading the other three matches before Friday’s match was called early to accommodate the Time to Shine event
04/07/13 7:32pm
The Quakers (9-5, 1-2 Ivy), were able to slip by Brown (6-9, 0-2) on Friday, 4-3, but fell to No. 41 Yale (13-2, 2-0), 5-2, to close out their weekend homestand.
04/05/13 7:26pm

Penn women's tennis takes care of Brown, 4-3

Today’s match against the Bears was the first of a home doubleheader for Quakers, and a victory helps set the tone for tomorrow’s duel against Yale at the Hamlin Tennis Center.
03/31/13 9:26pm

Quakers tennis drops Ivy opener vs. Princeton, 6-1

Looking to start off Ivy play with a win at home against the Tigers on Saturday, Penn appeared overmatched for the first time in a long time, falling 6-1.
03/24/13 7:42pm

Penn gymnastics notches second straight ECAC trophy

With their second highest score of the season (193.725), the Quakers eked by Cornell (193.250) to clinch their second ECAC title in a row.
03/10/13 11:18pm
The shorthanded Quakers were able to eke out a 4-3 win in Fort Meyers on Friday against a tenacious Florida Gulf Squad, thanks to a clutch performance from Sophomore Alex Ion.
02/27/13 10:28pm

Penn softball hopes to earn respect

While most students will be off relaxing, the squad will be heading to Florida for spring training before their season opener against Saint Joseph’s in mid-March.
02/21/13 9:01pm
Looking for their third Ancient Eight title in as many years, Penn gymnastics will square off against Brown, Yale and Cornell on Saturday at 1 p.m.
02/17/13 9:33pm
Against Bridgeport and former Olympian Monica Mesalles Sallare, Penn narrowly fell 195.325-193.975 at the Palestra despite posting its fourth-highest overall score in program history.
02/14/13 10:16pm
Having yet to drop a single match this season, Penn women’s tennis looks to keep its record unblemished in their last home contest of the winter.
01/22/13 12:08am

BRIEF | Penn gymnastics finishes third at Rutgers

Engaged in a four-way battle royal with Rutgers, Bridgeport and Ursinus, the Quakers came away from New Jersey with a final score of 190.525, good for third place.
01/18/13 2:08am
Penn gymnastics will face off against Rutgers, Bridgeport and Ursinus in New Brunswick, N.J., on Saturday at 1 p.m.
01/14/13 12:48am
After finishing third last year with an overall score of 189.025, Penn finished 4th this year at the Lindsey Ferries Invitational, despite a final score of 189.575, their highest to date at the annual competition.
12/09/12 3:48pm
The Quakers showed off their depth in what amounted to a season preview for the Ivy League Champs in the Red vs. Blue Intrasquad Meet.
12/05/12 11:11pm
Although Penn has swept Navy six of the last nine years, the No. 14 Quakers are taking nothing for granted as they look forward to hosting the No. 17 Midshipmen on Thursday.
11/09/12 2:00am

Penn women's tennis pair falls at national indoor championships

Going into their second-round match Thursday at the 2012 United States Tennis Association/ITA National Indoor Collegiate Championships in Flushing, N.Y., the Penn doubles pair of Sol Eskenazi and Sonya Latycheva fell just short in a 8-5 loss to Ashley Dai and Whitney Kay of North Carolina.
10/24/12 12:32am

Penn doubles pair advances to Indoor Champs

Sol Eskenazi and Sonya Latycheva won six straight matches en route to the regional title, beating four Ivy teams along the way, including top-seeded Princeton.
09/28/12 1:13am

Penn hopes to jump start offense vs. winless Cornell

Coming off back-to-back 1-0 games, the focus for Penn against Cornell will understandably be on offensive precision.
06/06/12 10:26pm

Reynolds goes for high jump title at NCAAs

This will be the sophomore’s second trip to the outdoor championship. Reynolds placed seventh at the meet as a freshman with a 2.14-meter leap and placed eighth at the NCAA Indoor Championships in March of his sophomore campaign with a 2.20-meter leap, earning All-America honors at both meets.
More Articles