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Victorious again: Three Quakers celebrated a USL League Two Championship this summer

(09/13/23 4:20am)

Regular-season collegiate soccer may only last three months, but that didn’t stop some members of Penn men’s soccer from partaking in a rigorous and action-packed offseason. The highest-level players know that they need to maintain their fitness to be ready for games in September, and there’s no better way to prepare than by competing in competitive, full-length games.

Jonathan Condon of men’s rowing is racing to the finish line of his Penn career

(04/07/23 1:05am)

Adaptability has been a prominent theme of heavyweight rower Jonathan Condon’s Penn experience. On top of being an international student-athlete who spent much of his college career in the backdrop of a global pandemic, the senior captain has needed to acclimate to a multitude of changes in the rowing program. Despite these obstacles, Condon has found his groove in Philadelphia, cementing himself as one of Penn’s most important rowers in the process.

Previewing Penn women’s squash at the Kurtz Cup Division National Championships

(02/17/23 3:28am)

Penn women’s squash's season begins its final chapter on Friday, Feb. 17, when the Quakers are set to welcome Bowdoin in the quarterfinals of the Kurtz Cup. After struggling against Ivy League rivals throughout the regular season — resulting in a 1-5 conference record — Penn ranks ninth in the nation, behind the top eight teams, who have all punched their ticket to the Howe Cup.

Ben squared: How men's soccer's Stitz and Do adapt to specialized roles

(10/26/22 3:57am)

With three more games left to play in the season, the Penn men’s soccer team (10-1-2, 4-0 Ivy) looks to continue its strong form with the hopes of securing its first top finish in the Ivy League since 2013. Vital to the Quakers’ recent success has been their collective ability to transition from defense to attack and their strong team chemistry.