This team always knew they could compete with the best in the country. This weekend, they proved it.
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2018 has already seen its fair share of underdog performances, and now Penn has its own Cinderella story to celebrate in men's club water polo.
The keys to a successful season – starting fast and finishing strong.
It's often not how a team starts, but rather how it finishes that makes all the difference.
The secret to Penn baseball's success in recent years – good recruiting and baptism by fire.
While most Penn students will be traveling to distant lands with friends or returning home for a well-deserved week of relaxation over spring break, Penn baseball will be hard at work down South.
Penn men's and women's track and field eye the Heps, with an added hop in each of their steps.
It takes a team.
So much for the mantra that rookies can't handle the spotlight.
Practice makes perfect — even if Penn wrestling didn’t win all of its three duals on Saturday.
The best source of knowledge is experience.
Toledo's three-point barrage proved too much to handle for Penn men's basketball on Friday afternoon.
The future has never looked so bright for Penn wrestling.
Penn wrestling has a busy weekend ahead of them, as the Quakers have four matches in three days.
What a way to go out.
There was a celebration before the game but not after.
For Penn women's soccer, it's all about defense.
Penn men's soccer could not defend its home field, as Dartmouth rolled to a dominant victory on Saturday night.
After a fourth-place finish at the Paul Short Invitational, Penn men's cross country walked away from Lehigh University ranked second in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the NCAA. With their No. 2 ranking, the Quakers have approached historic territory, matching the best ranking in program history.