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Checking in on Penn's fall sports teams two weeks into their seasons

(09/07/23 1:27am)

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. 

Penn women's lacrosse crushes Crimson 16-8 in Ivy Tournament semifinal

(05/06/23 7:39pm)

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.

Men's Senior Athlete of the Year: Ben Stitz

(04/27/23 5:36am)

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.

Penn women's track and field to enter Penn Relays red hot

(04/25/23 1:42am)

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.

Five Penn baseball seniors to transfer for final year of eligibility

(04/13/23 1:47am)

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.