With one week left before the Ivy League Championships, the Quakers head to Annapolis, Md. for their last tune-up tournament.
The women’s team headed to Suffern, N.Y. to take part in the Roar-EE Invitational, finishing fifth out of 10 teams. The men had the same finish out of 14 teams at the Princeton Invitational.
The story of Wee’s tennis career goes back to his homeland of Singapore and takes quite a few turns.
The Penn men’s golf team heads into the homestretch of its schedule as spring descends upon the Northeast.
For as long as Max Marsico can remember, he’s wanted to be a professional golfer.
The weekend proved to be a mixed bag for the Quakers rowing teams. While the men’s lightweight rowing team had a successful weekend against MIT, the women’s team finished third out of the three teams in the Connell Cup.
The men’s tennis team will take the short trip to Princeton on Saturday to take on the Tigers. Coming off its first road win of the season, the culmination of its non-conference schedule, Penn will be entering its first Ivy League match of the spring 2013 season.
Coming off a strong performance at the Ivy League Championships, Fortin came in 58th in the nation in the 500 free and 49th in the 200 free
The men’s golf team returned to action at the 16th annual Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate in Aiken, S.C. and the Quakers finished 11th out of a field of 18 teams.
The men’s team sent its 4×800 team to the Armory in New York City to take part on Saturday night in the 106th Millrose Games, the oldest indoor meet in America.
The men’s team dominated the Explorers with an easy 175-121 win after taking 13 of the first 14 events. Meanwhile, the women held on for a 159-140 victory after winning the last few events.