After winning their first conference game of the season against Dartmouth, the Quakers have gone downhill, enduring their third consecutive conference loss. Penn (9-10, 1-3 Ivy) suffered its latest defeat at the hands of Columbia (10-7, 1-3 Ivy). The 84-81 loss finished with the Red and Blue unable to string together critical possessions late in the game.
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While Penn field hockey (7-10, 5-2 Ivy) had an up and down year, forward/midfielder and captain Allison Kuzyk did not. The senior was incredible throughout the season, and her play recently earned her a spot on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association 2023 Division I Senior team.
On Monday night, Penn men's basketball (3-1) pulled off an incredible upset in its 76-72 victory over No. 21 Villanova (2-1). The Quakers hadn’t beaten the Wildcats since 2018, even during the team's era with star guard Jordan Dingle — who gained Ivy League and Big 5 recognition for three seasons donning Red and Blue before transferring to St. John's last offseason. But it didn’t seem like the Quakers needed Dingle’s scoring to win this game. This team feels different. The Quakers don’t just look to one or two players for elite scoring anymore; everyone is involved.
Ahead of the upcoming Ivy League Tournament, the conference announced its men's soccer postseason awards, and the Quakers have a lot of reason to celebrate. Five Quakers were named to various All-Ivy Teams, while coach Brian Gill won Ivy League Coach of the Year.
Last year, Penn men's basketball finished third in the Ivy League during the regular season before losing to eventual Champions Princeton in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament. Then, the Quakers went through an offseason that saw the transfer of last year's Ivy League Player of the Year, Jordan Dingle, the medical retirement of guard/forward Max Martz, and the graduation of key pieces such as Lucas Monroe and Jonah Charles. Now, on the cusp of a new season, coach Steve Donahue sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss the offseason and expectations for the upcoming campaign.
Last weekend, Penn football improved to 5-1 in 2023 following a ten-point win at Yale. Late in the fourth quarter of that game, the Quakers were leading 20-17, when junior quarterback Aidan Sayin threw a 15 yard strike to tight end Bryce Myers for a touchdown that essentially clinched the game. Despite traffic around the middle of the field, Myers came down with the touchdown catch — the first of his collegiate career — while taking hits from two defenders. He would finish the game with three catches for 33 yards and the touchdown.
So far this fall, Penn women's tennis has shone in it in numerous Intercollegiate Tennis Association events, as well as several other appearances, including the Penn Invite.
Although the official collegiate season has yet to commence, Penn men’s tennis has been thrust into action in multiple International Tennis Federation and Intercollegiate Tennis Association events this fall. The Quakers have had some strong showings to start and look to continue their momentum.
Penn football battled to the very end in a messy thriller against Dartmouth(2-1, 1-0 Ivy), but were eventually defeated after a 37-yard game-winning field goal in overtime. Even with the game being so close, the Quakers (2-1, 0-1) seemed far from the version of themselves we saw in the past two weeks. Inconsistent play riddled all phases of the game for the Red and Blue, which added up to a disappointing finish.
The 2023-24 NFL season is officially underway, with week one already in the books. It’s time to check in on the Penn alumni that’ll be playing in the pros this year.
At the end of the 2022 season, Penn women’s lacrosse finished a disappointing sixth in the Ivy League standings. With a 6-9 overall record, including 3-4 against Ivy League opponents, things were looking down for coach Karin Corbett’s squad.
It would be hard to imagine the season that sophomore attacker Erika Chung had this year if you were making predictions based on her freshman year. In 2022, Chung played in just six games, of which she started none and only accumulated four points (one goal, three assists). Off this limited sample size, it would be tough to predict the revelation that Chung has been in 2023 for Penn women’s lacrosse.
One of the most famous track and field competitions will be starting on Thursday, April 27. Featuring teams and competitors of all ages from across the country, the Penn Relays will be as exciting as ever, especially with some top-tier talent competing this year.
Like in any sport, preparing for competition is just as important as competing, and Penn baseball puts a lot of effort into making sure they're ready for games.
Penn baseball has been on a hot streak as of late. The team recently completed a three-game sweep of Dartmouth and an 18-6 blowout win against St. Joe's — giving the team four straight wins in as many days. The Quakers are now 14-10 on the season and 4-2 in Ivy League play.
As we enter Spring, Penn track and field enters the thick of its outdoor season. With the Duke Invitational on the horizon in Durham, N.C., let’s check in with the Red and Blue's men's team.
With the exception of the teams in the NCAA men’s and women’s Final Four, the collegiate basketball season has come to an end.
With the MLB season on the horizon and Opening Day less than two weeks, here's a look at some Penn alumni who will be competing this season.
After being swept at South Carolina to open its season last month, Penn baseball has rebounded in fine form.
Penn men's basketball avenged a 75-71 loss earlier in the season with Saturday afternoon's 89-79 victory over Dartmouth.