Following her own successful freshman season, reigning Ivy League Rookie of Year Alexa Hoover may now be the star of Penn field hockey. But this year’s crop of freshmen will look beyond the sophomore phenom for guidance in their first season of collegiate athletics.
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There’s a saying that goes “Good things come in threes.” At least, that’s what Penn women’s lacrosse would like to believe, as it continues on the path toward its third consecutive Ivy League Tournament title.
Anxious to snap a five-match losing streak, Penn men’s tennis faced off against St. John’s at home on Wednesday before wrapping its Ancient Eight slate this coming weekend.
The first win is always the hardest.
“I didn’t think it was a big deal … In the worst case, I thought that I’d be missing one match.”
There’s no better way to finish the year than with a chance to compete for a national title.
This past weekend, Penn fencing returned to Columbus, Ohio — where they started the season at the Ohio State Invitational — ready to end their season on a high note at the NCAA Championships.
As spring break quickly approaches, Penn men’s tennis is excited to depart frigid Philadelphia for New Mexico, a destination as physically hot as the Quakers’ recent play.
The winter season is a grind for Penn track and field — weeks of hard work and training with little fanfare culminating in a few significant team meets.
Penn women’s tennis entered the weekend unbeaten. By the end of Sunday’s matchup against Old Dominion, that would no longer be the case.