A thrilling Homecoming victory, promising breakout campaigns, 13 All-Ivy honorees — this season, Penn football saw plenty of highs. The lows? Attendance.
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For those who have been long-time fans of Philadelphia college basketball, last Monday night at the Palestra may have been a blast from the past — a blast from 2018, to be exact.
Back-to-back Ivy titles, but what about back-to-back NCAA Tournament bids?
'A dream come true': Penn men's and women's squash athletes react to sport's addition to 2028 Olympic Games
For squash players across the world, dreams became reality last month when squash was confirmed to make its Olympic debut in 2028.
Long-time Penn women’s track and field coach Tony Tenisci — who dedicated more than three decades to the program — died on Oct. 28.
With Penn women’s basketball soon to tip off its 2023-24 season, coach Mike McLaughlin’s optimism is surging high. Embarking on his 15th season at the helm, McLaughlin looks to best the success that improved the team from 7-7 to 9-5 against Ivy opponents last season.
Calling all Penn track and field fans, mark your calendars — the Jane and David Ott Center for Track and Field is on schedule to be completed by August 29, 2024.
With a big win comes big rewards, and Penn men’s soccer is reaping the rewards of their 3-0 shutout at Penn State last Thursday.
The oldest Division I college football stadium in the nation. The oldest two-tiered stadium in the country. The fourth largest FCS venue. A maximum seating capacity upwards of 52,000. First and foremost, though, home to the Penn Quakers.
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Despite a heat wave rolling through Philadelphia, a cold spell has struck Penn sports. The 2023 fall season is now underway, yet there hasn’t been much success so far. But most teams are only a week or two into their seasons, so don’t lose confidence just yet. Here’s how Quaker teams have fared through their first weeks.
As classes hit the ground running, so does Penn sports. Many Quaker teams have either begun competition or are on the precipices of beginning their seasons. From football to cross country, and everything in between, here is what you need to know about the Penn teams competing this fall.
Men’s Basketball — Lucas Monroe
If you asked any fan that has been following No.14 Penn women’s lacrosse’s 2023 season closely to predict the team’s outcome in its Ivy League Tournament semifinal game, they likely would have described a win — a victory that wouldn’t even be close, for that matter. Friday evening’s matchup against Harvard held true to this prediction.
2022 was Penn men’s soccer’s most impressive season in nearly ten years. An undefeated home record, sweet revenge over Princeton to secure an Ivy League Championship title, an exciting NCAA Tournament run, a pair of Major League Soccer draftees, and a trio of professional contract signings. Whose name is accounted for in each? None other than senior forward Ben Stitz.
The 2023 outdoor season has been nothing short of memorable for Penn women’s track and field, filled with more broken records, podium sweeps, and first-place finishes than one can count. The Quakers’ string of impressive outings proves that with every weekend, every competition, every meet, the team continues to raise the bar they set just days prior.
Penn baseball picked up its fourth straight Ivy League series win in a weekend that saw everything from shutouts to walk-offs, and a couple of career highs too.
For some Penn baseball seniors, capitalizing off of the fifth year eligibility extension instituted by the NCAA due to the COVID-19 pandemic is in the near future. However, this extra year cannot be spent at Penn, due to an Ivy League policy prohibiting graduate students from participating in varsity sports. The only exception to this rule came for athletes in the class of 2021 who had the ability to play as graduate students in the 2021-22 season.
With one explosive game after another, Penn baseball picked up a series win against Dartmouth on Monday.
In a game that could serve as Merriam-Webster’s definition of “back-and-forth”, Sunday’s matchup between Penn women’s lacrosse and Georgetown resulted in a 11-10 gritty win in favor of the Quakers.