The men and women’s golf teams will return to the course for the second straight week but will travel to different invitationals. The women will be heading to the RoarEE Invitational, while the men will be heading to New Jersey for the Princeton Invitational.
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The Penn women’s golf team has not competed in a tournament in almost five months. But now, with the spring portion of the season coming up in a few days, the Quakers are back.
This weekend, the Penn men’s squash team will travel up north with only one word in its mind: redemption.
Another day, another ‘W’ for the women’s squash team.
It was a tough way for Penn men’s squash to close its season, but not necessarily an unfamiliar one.
For Penn men’s squash, the trip home down I-95 wasn’t the only thing that went south Wednesday night.
After a tough start to the season, the Penn men’s squash team is more motivated than ever to get a win, especially over the rival Tigers.
Although Penn’s No. 13 men’s squash team has progressively gotten better this season, it still has plenty of room for improvement.
The Penn men and women’s swimming teams each competed in their final home meet at Sheerr Pool on Saturday as both teams took on Dartmouth and Yale.
After more than a month away from match competition, the second half of the squash season began this weekend at Ringe Courts, but the men’s team didn’t get the kind of start that it was hoping for.
After a break from match play spanning more than five weeks, Penn men’s squash returns to the courts this weekend.
After defeating their neighbor Drexel on Wednesday, the Penn men’s and women’s squash teams will look to continue their winning ways as they travel to Williams on Friday.
Vimuktha De Alwis has played tennis around the world his entire life. From Malawi and Melbourne to Jakarta and Jordan, he has traveled great distances to play the sport he loves.
Sophomore squash player Matt Sheridan believes the sport has a greater purpose than simply competition.
Penn squash action has returned as both the men’s and women’s teams traveled to New Haven, Conn., for the Ivy League Scrimmages this weekend.
Saturday marks the last game of the season for Penn’s field hockey team, which can only mean one thing: The Quakers are going Tiger hunting.
Friday night, Penn reached the end zone more often than usual, recording a season high in points in a regulation game.
This weekend, the men’s soccer team hopes to turn around a heartbreaking stretch at home.