While most people that know me know this, my collegiate golf career began at Florida State University. I transferred to Penn after my freshman year and spent the next four years playing golf for the Red and Blue. Before you marvel at the seemingly impressive athletic feat of being an athlete at a Power Five school, I’ll remind you golf really isn’t a sport anyway.
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Being on the road against first-place Columbia presented a big challenge in the Big Apple for Penn softball.
This could be the end of the Ivy League Basketball Tournaments as we know them.
The shot clock still shows eight seconds, but the Penn band has already started counting.
Time to protect the Palestra.
After becoming the No. 1 ranked team in the nation for the first time in school history this past week, Penn men’s squash was hoping for another major feat on Saturday.
There is no perfect way to say goodbye to a legend.
The Red and Blue had a chance to make paradise even sweeter. But unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be.
While there were many eyes glued to Penn football and women’s soccer this weekend, there was plenty else going for the rest of Penn athletics. Three teams opened their season this weekend — wrestling, fencing, and swimming — while others are watching their seasons come to a close.
“It’s totally unique. People don’t know what it is; we don’t even know what it is.”
Don’t be mistaken, Yale controlled this game from the opening snap.
Adapting to a coaching change can be one of the hardest tasks for college athletes. The relationship a player built with their old coach might be completely different from the relationship they build with their new one. The athlete needs to adjust to everything from coaching style to how they fit the coach’s vision for the team.
Consider the Palestra defended.
For the second straight year, Penn women's volleyball will begin a new season with a new coach.
It was a Cinderella story. Not once, but twice.
It may just be one of the most overlooked and under-appreciated jobs in all of sports.
Replacing program legends is never easy. Just ask Penn softball.
The sprinters on the Penn women’s track and field team have tasted a lot of success lately.
On a chilly day on Franklin Field, the Red and Blue’s hope for an upset got put on ice.
March Madness is upon us.