Penn track and field is going places this weekend.
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Despite several impressive individual performances, Penn gymnastics places sixth at ECAC Championship
Another season has come and gone for Penn gymnastics.
Spring is almost here, and if there’s one thing on the mind of every Penn student nowadays, it’s getting outside. No one is more excited than the track and field team, though.
Four Ivy League schools, four different events, one trophy. Classic.
These past few years have seen many of Penn's athletic programs make it clear they are a force to be reckoned with in the Ivy League. But in women’s lacrosse? Penn’s not just good for their conference, they’re one of the best teams in the country.
It’s time to start thinking about the big picture.
Penn women's basketball beat a team ranked 20th in the RPI while hardly pulling out of first gear on Friday night, with a 63-43 demolition of Harvard taking the Quakers to the top of the Ivy League. Penn never looked in danger of defeat, and stars across the court led the way. Here are our ratings for Friday night:
If you rode I-195 all the way up to the Jersey Shore, you’d find yourself at a small private school by the name of Monmouth University. If it sounds familiar, maybe you’re remembering their men’s basketball team, whose bench went viral last year because of their eccentric and elaborate celebrations.
Two days, two Ivy League teams, and two commanding victories for Penn’s women’s basketball.
Penn women’s basketball beat Yale tonight, 66-55, in their second conference matchup, making the Quakers 2-0 in the Ivy League. After a pretty back-and-forth first quarter, the Red and Blue took control and stifled the Bulldogs the rest of the way, keeping Penn unbeaten in conference play and therefore atop the league standings. Here’s a breakdown of each individual's performance.
Everything looks better from above .500.
It's early on a Saturday morning. While you're asleep, Garrett Colvin is hard at work.
Penn cross country qualifying for Nationals didn’t play out in the way you’d expect.
If there’s one thing Penn sprint football hates, it’s sharing.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, as far as Ivy League cross country teams are concerned.
“It’s game on at this point.”
What difference does an extra few thousand meters make? Evidently not much: the Quakers seemed unfazed as the distance ramped up at Lehigh in longest race they’ve seen so far this year.