This weekend, Penn women’s squash traveled to New Haven, Conn. to compete for the Howe Cup in the CSA Team Championships.
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This weekend, Penn men's and women's squash were in action again against talented Ivy League competition.
This weekend, Penn men's and women's squash continued to show why they're among the elite programs in the country.
Many enjoy the feel of a new car, but nothing beats breaking in a brand new squash facility.
A weekend road trip across New York to battle Columbia and Cornell led to a pair of losses for Penn volleyball. The Lions defeated the Quakers by a score of 3-1 while the Big Red swept the Red and Blue in straight sets.
Chicago: the city known not only for its windy summers and cold winters, but also its culinary scene highlighted by deep-dish pizza.
The Quakers turned the Fiasco into a fantastic showing.
The first leaves are turning, signaling the return of one of America's most anticipated sports pastimes: football. A new season is here, filled with the smell of bratwursts, the sound of cheering fans, and the feeling of mesh replica jerseys worn only by the most diehard of fans.
Penn men's and women's golf concluded their seasons at the Ivy League Championship this weekend, with both teams managing middle of the pack finishes.
While multiple Division I athletes played two sports in high school, two-sport athletes at the college level are much less common.
Though the Quakers haven’t won the Eastern College Athletic Conference title since 2013, this Sunday's third-place finish at the event marked one of their best performances of the year. The team's total of 193.925 was a nice way to send off the team's seniors.
For some of the more veteran players on Penn women’s lacrosse, the three-game road stretch to open this season will feel like déjà vu. This is because the 2017 team faced the same opponents in the same order, all on the road. The competition over this stretch consists of Delaware, Johns Hopkins, and finally Rutgers.
On Wednesday at the Palestra, the Red and Blue will face the Cherry and White.
Penn's women's basketball was more than hungry for a win this weekend as the Quakers gobbled up the competition in its last game before Thanksgiving break.
The season thus far has been tough for Penn volleyball, but the Quakers (3-13, 0-5 Ivy) will get the chance to make some noise this weekend with home matches against Columbia (9-6, 3-2) — Coach Iain Braddak's former team — and Cornell (9-5, 4-1).
Penn volleyball's only goal this weekend? Beat Princeton.
Based off the final results, many would assume the Quakers were not very competitive this weekend.
The Quakers will certainly have their work cut out for them this weekend.
In the case of rowing, the early bird catches the brutal, strenuous daily workouts.
You could call it double-digit dominance.