The final month of the Penn gymnastics season is underway, but it did not get off to the start the Quakers may have hoped for. Penn traveled to compete in Maryland's Terrapin Invitational this Sunday, where they finished in fifth out of five teams with a score of 193.275.
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Penn track and field’s regular season has finally come to a close. But its team energy most certainly has not.
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The red-hot Red and Blue cross country teams took to New York to compete in the annual Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country Championships, and they put on a show in the Bronx.
Is it possible for two siblings to be equally good at the same sport and play for the same team? The Russo siblings on Penn’s cross country team have an answer to that.
It was yet another day of all-around success for the Quakers as the men’s and women’s cross country teams took a short trip to Bethlehem, Pa. to compete in Lehigh's Paul Short Invitational.