Protecting titles and breaking records: This weekend, the Quakers continued to impress and make history.
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Navmi Sharma traveled across the world from India to play for Penn women's squash, and so far, her travel has paid off.
Penn women’s lacrosse ended last season with a loss in double overtime to Georgetown, but this season is different. Revenge is sweet, and for the Red and Blue this weekend, their game against Georgetown proved that.
Not much can keep Daniel Planta off the mat.
While most students are easing back into the first week of classes following winter break, Penn wrestling’s version of getting back into the swing of things looked a little different. This weekend, the Quakers opened their Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association competition season with three dual matches between Friday and Sunday.
With the weekend approaching, here's a look at some of the key matchups for Penn teams as the fall season comes to a close.
Hard work and commitment pay off, and nobody has exemplified this quite like Penn sprint football coach Bill Wagner. On Saturday night, Wagner concluded his 50-year career with the Red and Blue with a hard-earned, 31-21 victory against Caldwell.
This weekend, Penn volleyball found itself in tight matches with Ivy competitors — the two days of competition mirrored each other.
Ryan Renken’s athletic career started with dabbling in different sports. Most notably, he played competitive soccer growing up, which he believed would be his high school and college sport. This was all changed, however, when he found his love for running.
It’s easy to say that Penn students grow throughout their time on campus. Adapting to a new city and lifestyle poses challenges, especially for student athletes, who must then also learn how to balance their academic and athletic careers with their social lives.
It’s that time of year again.
Penn sprint football came into Friday night's matchup on a six-game winning streak against Cornell, and this time around things were no different.
Mike McCurdy, former sprint football quarterback and 2017 Penn graduate, never ceased to impress on and off the field during his time on campus, and things haven’t changed in that regard since he left.
It’s been an impressive start to the season for Penn volleyball, and this weekend proved no exception.
For some students, summer is a time to relax and enjoy free time, but many of Penn's athletes tell a different story of season preparation on top of summer employment. As the fall sports season approaches, here are some of Penn’s star athletes to watch.
For most of Penn’s seniors, the end of the year is a time for winding down and festivities to commemorate their four years on campus. For many student athletes, though, this celebration must take a back seat to athletic competition.
After a long-awaited return, it’s that time of year again.
As the spring season enters its final stretch, each game's impact is that much more significant. Here are some of the key matchups for Penn athletics this weekend.
Anna Peyton Malizia's performance continues to exceed expectations, but she refuses to settle as she keeps aiming higher.
From Moscow to Philadelphia, and just about everywhere in between, Yulia Bryzgalova tears up the tennis court and continues to make a name for herself and for Penn women’s tennis.