For the first time in recent memory, Spring Fling and Passover have coincided this year. Passover is arguably the most celebrated holiday in the Jewish faith. Fling is arguably the most celebrated tradition on the Penn calendar.
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When the Penn softball team takes the field for Senior Day and its last series of the regular season, its title hopes will still be alive.
Though the Penn softball team may have hit a rough patch — losing six of its last seven games — if the statistics are any indicator, it should see victory against its rival this weekend.
With the Ivy softball season well under way, every game is inherently important.
For some athletes, no matter the obstacle, you just can’t keep them down. Softball pitcher Chelsea Ott has proven to be a member of that elite group.
Hot or cold with the bats, the Penn softball team can’t seem to find a winning formula.
The Penn softball team will open its season with an additional element of uncertainty on the mound.
The finals court at the College Squash Association individuals tournament is a place that senior Kristen Lange has come to seem at home.
After a Feb. 6 loss to Harvard knocked the Penn women’s squash team out of contention for the Ivy title, it looked as though the Quakers would get an opportunity for revenge in the College Squash Association team championship.
After compiling a losing record in regular season play filled with highly-ranked opponents, the men’s squash team ended with a string of victories when it mattered the most.
In the final home game of their careers and in front of their biggest crowd of the season, an emotional group of seniors led the women’s squash team to a 6-3 victory over rival Princeton at Ringe Courts.
The Penn women’s squash team finally got the competitive afternoon they’d been waiting for all season.
The Penn women’s squash team is on a mission for perfection, extending their streak of dominance with a pair of 9-0 wins over No. 8 Williams and No. 16 Amherst Saturday.
Yale’s Logan Greer is all too familiar to the Penn women’s squash team. Both of the Quakers’ senior captains have battled the No. 1 Bulldogs player in tight five-game matches the last couple years.
Facing a winless Franklin & Marshall squad, the women’s squash team was confident it could emerge with a convincing victory — so confident that it gave captain Kristen Lange the night off, moving everyone up one spot on the ladder.
Penn women’s squash coach Jack Wyant expected good things from senior co-captain All American Kristen Lange and the rest of his veterans. But he got a pleasant surprise this weekend thanks to a pair of rookies.
The women’s squash team heads into the 2009-10 season hoping to build upon last year’s hard work and progress — but most importantly, its wins.
When the women’s basketball season tips off at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Daskalakis Athletic Center against Drexel, one program is trying to forget its past, and the other is trying to build upon it.
This weekend, when the women’s soccer team takes on Brown for its final road game of the season, a true clash of styles will ensue — the highest-scoring Ivy team versus the League’s leading defense.
Yale field hockey is currently in second place in the Ivy League, but with undefeated Princeton in first the Bulldogs need every win to have a shot at the conference crown.