Penn women’s basketball fell to Duke, 66-50, at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C. in the early afternoon of Black Friday, but the Quakers showed enough to quench any suspicions that the team’s 4-0 start, which was the best in program history, was a fluke.
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Penn women’s basketball is set to test its undefeated start against Duke at the famed Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C. on Friday.
He may be only a freshman, but Michael Colaiocco has already begun to make his presence felt for Penn wrestling.
Penn swimming had a busy weekend, as the Quakers hosted Villanova and Brown at Sheerr Pool on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Penn women’s soccer’s loss to Princeton on Homecoming Saturday marked the end of the Quakers’ 2019 along with those of the seniors set to graduate in a matter of months. It also marked an important point of transition for those members of the Red and Blue who will be back in the fold for the 2020 season.
Eleah Parker is back, and she may be better than ever before.
Penn sprint football has suffered two losses in 2019, and senior quarterback Eddie Jenkins appears to have made a habit of rebounding from defeat in a big way.
For each of its away games, Penn football can include 62 players in its travel plans to compete in a given week. For home games, though, that number rises to over 100, when the Quakers have the entirety of the roster at their disposal. Who makes up that group of 40-odd players — its members tend to vary on a weekly basis — who don’t hit the road with their teammates? Meet the scout team.
After splitting its first two Ivy League matchups of the year with a loss at Harvard and a win against Cornell, Penn women’s soccer traveled to New York for a Saturday afternoon contest with Columbia.
Allegations of both mistreatment and an unresponsive athletics administration cast a shadow over Penn volleyball last spring after the Quakers struggled to a 6-19 record in coach Iain Braddak’s first year at the helm of the program.
Karekin Brooks just keeps on rolling.
As the fall sports season continues, some Penn Athletics teams begin Ivy League play while others continue their nonconference schedules. Here are three questions heading into this weekend's matchups.
The road back to the football field has been a long one for Sam Philippi. One could even say that it has been a pain.
Following Penn women’s soccer’s 3-1-1 start to the 2019 season, forward Emily Sands caught fire en route to leading the Quakers to their first undefeated week of the season. The senior was the program’s leading scorer in 2018, and she has stayed right on track in the new year.
During the 2018 season, Penn men's soccer developed a defensive identity by conceding just 15 goals in 16 matches, good for third in the Ivy League. Despite the strong defensive performance, the Quakers struggled mightily on the other end of the pitch, finding the back of the net only 12 times.
Andrew Douglas went to work this summer, and he struck gold.
Even with the recent string of successful seasons that Penn women’s basketball has managed to put together under the tutelage and leadership of head coach Mike McLaughlin, the best individual team in the program’s history wasn’t one from McLaughlin’s near-decade in charge of the program.
Sixty minutes weren’t enough to decide this one. As Penn women’s lacrosse battled for victory with Georgetown into the depths of overtime, any onlooker knew that a win would be that much more satisfying and that a loss would be equally as heartbreaking.
Penn women’s lacrosse met Georgetown in Syracuse, N.Y., for a Friday afternoon matchup in the first round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Tournament. The two teams met earlier this season in March, when the Quakers eked out an 8-7 victory against the visiting Hoyas at Franklin Field.
With one player each from Canada, Croatia, Poland, and Russia, the 2019 Penn women’s tennis roster features 10 student-athletes who represent a greater number of countries than they do states. Ever since coach Sanela Kunovac took the reigns of the program, however, that kind of roster composition has been anything but abnormal.