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It was a mixed bag for Penn tennis in the first Ivy weekend of the season.
The men’s and women’s fencing teams competed in the Temple Invitational this weekend, facing Johns Hopkins, St. John’s, Temple, and Princeton.
It's always good to start your season off on a high note.
Penn fencing had an up and down weekend against some of the top fencing programs in the country.
It was definitely worth the wait.
At a time when Penn football needs a bounce-back game, the Quakers are running into the wrong team.
The Quakers hit a hard bump in the road this weekend in Cambridge.
Anyone that has followed Penn field hockey these last four seasons has undoubtedly heard of Alexa Hoover, but the senior class, embarking on its last hurrah, extends beyond the star scorer.
With their first win under their belt, Penn field hockey can set their sights on a bigger challenge: the Ivy League.
Penn teams and fans can finish setting their calendars for fall sports’ seasons.
Fans of Penn Athletics just got their first taste of what next year will look like.
The bats are coming alive at the right time for Penn softball.
A lot can change in the Ivy League from year to year, and with last year’s league leaders coming to town, it looks like Penn softball is on the better side of the new Ancient Eight order.
Consistency and progression were on the agenda for Penn baseball this weekend in Philly.
The Quakers are anxiously awaiting the end of this storm to start their promising season around the diamond, although they may have to wait even longer.
Many Penn students will be basking in the Florida sun this Spring Break, and the Quakers on the diamond will be no exception.
Kana Daniel and Penn women's tennis have high expectations on the court this season. This weekend, they'll get the chance to back them up.
It’s the first time this season that a team other than Penn fencing will face off at the Quakers’ home stage, and if things go Penn’s way, those teams won’t be eager to come back.
While everyone was relaxing during winter break, there was no time off for Penn swimming and diving, as both the men’s and women’s teams took on Dartmouth and Yale in their second Ivy League Tri-Meet of the season. Both Penn squads had eerily similar results on the weekend, each handily defeating Dartmouth but falling to Yale in the Bulldogs’ home pool.