After a 12 year hiatus, longtime coach Roger Reina is returning to Penn wrestling.
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New Penn volleyball coach Katie Schumacher-Cawley looks relaxed here, but her players aren't doing much relaxing in practice.
Nicolas Podesta burst onto the scene as a freshman in 2015, but vanished from the team just as suddenly. Now he's back, and has a lot to prove.
Still ineligible to compete for Penn men's tennis after a brief professional career, junior Nick Podesta is one of several crucial losses that the Quakers have been forced to overcome early in 2017.
Despite his age and lack of experience, sophomore Kyle Mautner stepped up big time for the Quakers last year, earning first team All-Ivy honors.
Freshman forward AJ Brodeur had 17 points in Penn basketball's loss to Temple on Saturday.
Early foul trouble for freshman forward AJ Brodeur hampered Penn basketball's offense in Saturday's 70-68 loss to Navy.
Wharton graduate Brandon Slay, who won gold at the 2000 olympics, serves as executive director for the PRTC, a program that has put Olympic wrestlers on the mat with Penn's grapplers.
Competing in the North American Cup with teammate Julian Merchant, Penn fencing's Adam Green took home 21st place out of 210 competitors over the weekend.
Penn fencing coach Andy Ma has build a strong relationship with his athletes, something that led to him being named Ivy fencing coach of the year
On Tuesday, Penn Athletics announced the eventual construction of a Holistic Wellness and Concussion Research Center.
Sophomore transfer Chaz Augustini didn't see the field in his first year playing traditional at Tulane. At Penn, however, he is expected to have a big role playing wide receiver this season.
Brothers Colin and William Daly will headline a freshman class that aims to supplement the team's three top seniors.
Penn senior Sam Mattis has accomplished more than most athletes dream of. He'll take one final shot at a Penn Relays title this weekend.
While there wasn't technically a victory for Penn women's rowing during Saturday's Class of 1984 Award Race, the Quakers' second-place finish behind only star-studded Princeton provides optimism for the squad as the postseason approaches.