McLaughlin and his assistants continue to demonstrate their willingness to match the Red and Blue up with some of the nation's best teams.
And that's the right move.
Maryland managed to take down the Quakers for the second time in less than two months, capturing a 13-5 victory in the second round of the NCAA Tournament
The Quakers conquered Canisius in the first round of the NCAA tournament, 9-4
There’s no question that Penn baseball and its counterparts from Columbia are the two most evenly matched squads in the Ivy League this year. So how can Penn separate itself?
Jack Ramsay, a Hall of Fame basketball coach most recognized for his tenure with the Portland Trail Blazers in the late 1970s and 1980s, passed away on Monday
After stumbling in their midweek matchup with Monmouth, the Quakers (15-18, 10-5 Ivy) return to Ivy League play for their final conference action of the regular season when they take on Columbia in a home-and-home four-game series this weekend
Mother Nature had her way in Towson, Md., on Tuesday night. Luckily, despite thunderstorms and flashes of lightning, No. 10 Penn men’s lacrosse also had its way with a struggling opponent.
While Penn's coaches and players have remained tight-lipped "tightlipped" about the program's internal issues since the end of the season, the Red and Blue's resiliency in recruiting has done some talking in its own right.
As two seasoned ADs prepared for the end of their respective tenures, for the first time in two decades, both Penn and Princeton had the opportunity to steer their athletic departments onto different paths.
Despite the fact that Steve Bilsky announced his retirement in November, the Philadelphia Big 5 revealed Monday that he will become its Executive Director when his 20-year tenure at Penn ends on June 30
Penn’s matchup against University of the Sciences has been postponed to Wednesday due to expected rainfall.
A day after it was confirmed that Tony Bagtas left the program, sophomore Julian Harrell and Henry Brooks also are officially leaving Penn basketball.
After dropping its first Ivy contest of the 2014 season and splitting two games on Saturday, Penn baseball responded in emphatic fashion on Sunday, capturing two wins against Lou Gehrig Division-rival Cornell.
Entering Thursday's road matchup with Villanova, the Red and Blue hoped to build off their weekend momentum against another local rival. The Quakers used a six-run fifth inning and strong pitching to knock out Villanova, 12-1.
One year later, Chris Swanson is back for more.
There's no denying it: this loss hurts for Penn women's hoops. Badly.
Penn softball hit the road for 11 games in Florida over spring break to kick off its season. The stretch was a roller coaster ride for the Quakers
The good news for Penn women's basketball? This ride isn't ending any time soon.
Senior Night? Over. The Ivy League title race? Eliminated from contention. Nothing left to play for? Not quite.
As snow, vicious wind and cold weather blanketed Philadelphia on Monday, the Quakers season opening doubleheader against St. Joseph’s - initially scheduled for Tuesday - has been postponed.