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Too little, too late. That’s the takeaway for Penn softball after a desperation seventh-inning rally was cut short by Saint Joseph’s by a score of 10-6.
So far, so good.
So close, yet so very far. For Penn women’s lacrosse, this is the unfortunate sentiment following a thrilling comeback against visiting Northwestern. The Quakers scored the final five goals of regulation, only to walk away empty-handed in a 12-11 double-overtime loss.
If revenge is a dish best served cold, it’s worth checking the forecast for Boston this weekend.
Sure, you can’t win them all. But that doesn’t mean you can't walk away on top.
As the classic song goes, “anything you can do I can do better.”
To be the best, you need to beat the best. For Penn squash, this means going back to the drawing board after both squads fell at Trinity on Saturday.
With the temperature falling, many Penn students smartly headed south for winter break. Unless you are a member of Penn women’s squash, in which case you opted to holiday in the frozen tundra that is Canada.
Although the temperature may be dropping, it's heating up at the Ringe Squash Courts to kick off 2018. Led by a gutsy three-set comeback by freshman Andrew Douglas in the final match of the night, Penn men’s squash pulled out a 5-4 nail-biter over Rochester on Wednesday, ringing in the new year emphatically and ushering in an action-packed weekend for both Red and Blue squads.
While many of the traditions at Penn are decades old, the squash program is looking to start one anew.
Some say you have to walk before you can run. In the case of Penn women basketball’s Eleah Parker, she’ll be at full sprint before even finishing her first semester.
What do the Cheetah Girls, grandmothers and Disney princesses have in common? Answer: They all took the field on Tuesday afternoon for Penn women's soccer's practice in preparation for the team's final game of the season against rival Princeton.
This one is for all the marbles.
It’s time to make up some ground.
They say lightning never strikes twice, but Penn women’s soccer is looking to change that this time around.
When nothing seems to be going your way, perhaps it’s time to forget about bad luck and start making your own.
Everyone knows the first win is the hardest one to get.
As the old adage goes, the best offense is a good defense. Perhaps cliché, but for Penn women’s lacrosse, this really rings true.
The college process is a turbulent one. During the difficult decision period, many have heard “you’ll end up at the school that’s right for you.” For senior Britt Brown of Penn women’s lacrosse, this could not ring more true.