While Penn’s fall sports teams didn’t have much competition to look forward to, many of them at least had plans to reunite in some capacity this fall. Penn’s most recent announcement about COVID-19 has rendered it practically impossible for this to happen.
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Sooner rather than later, Penn students may see their athlete classmates in advertisements on social media and around the city of Philadelphia.
No topic is out of bounds.
With classes online and seasons canceled, spring sports teams have looked to alternative measures to celebrate their graduating seniors. While these remote Senior Nights are unconventional, their unabashed sentiment remains.
In its second coaching addition within a week, Penn Athletics announced on Monday that Casey Brown will be the new head coach for Penn women’s soccer.
On Friday at the Palestra, Penn men’s basketball was able to repeat its result against Cornell from earlier in the season, winning by a score of 78-64. Despite a slow start in the first half that put the Quakers up by only three points at halftime, they were able to pull away in the second and maintain a comfortable lead until the end.
Each week, over five million Americans tune in to watch The Bachelor. Penn women’s basketball makes up a small portion of this vast fanbase.
Wrestling was a sport Doug Zapf grew into. Literally.
With the semester winding down, several Penn teams are entering the heart of their respective schedules. Here are three questions about these teams that will be answered by the end of next week.
After placing second in the Ivy League, Penn men’s soccer has picked up five All-Ivy mentions. The Quakers finished their season with a record of 7-5-4, going 3-1-3 in the Ivy League.
This weekend, Penn men’s and women’s squash proved that they’re the best in Pennsylvania.
After top performances at the 2019 Ivy League Cross Country Heptagonal Championships this past week, a number of runners from Penn men’s and women’s cross country have been rewarded with All-Ivy honors.
On April 4, 2018, Penn Athletics announced the launch of the Game Onward Campaign as part of the overarching Power of Penn Campaign.
Four years just wasn’t enough.
Penn teams will have had their fill of competition from Yale after this weekend, as field hockey and both soccer teams will face off against the Bulldogs. Unlike this Saturday's football game, where the Quakers travel to New Haven, Conn., this trio will all play at home.
Once again, Penn is projected to share the top spot with a familiar foe.
As part of Penn Athletics’ Game Onward Campaign, Penn launched the Penn Track & Field and Cross Country Campaign for Excellence on Wednesday. This initiative seeks to raise $44 million and has been spearheaded by a leadership gift from Wharton and Penn track and field alumni David and Jane Ott.
At the start of the season, there was an open spot in Penn women’s soccer’s back four. Freshman Peyton Raun has fit right in.
Penn field hockey’s defense has an odd piece of gear with a very practical purpose.
Penn volleyball is a changed team.