Writing a book or two, learning five languages, and competing internationally in golf tournaments are all impressive in their own right. When combined, they just breach the surface of a long list of impressive feats from women’s golfer Rina Jung.
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Another year, another Ivy League Tournament chase that's coming down to the wire.
Back at home again, the Red and Blue showed no mercy.
Some athletes arrive at the beginning of their freshman year and immediately rise to the top. For others, countless hours of hard work and commitment are required to claw their way there.
Finishing at the top of the Ivy League as a freshman tends to surprise people.
Starting off your season with the team that ended your last?
This Wednesday, Penn Athletics announced an exclusive sponsorship agreement with the Tri-State Toyota Dealers Association for the Penn Relays. The Relays will now be officially designated "The Penn Relays, presented by Toyota."
An undefeated season is no joke. Especially when you’re a freshman.
In college basketball, a certain caliber of talent is so rare that a program might only see such an athlete once every 20 years.
The collegiate squash circuit is dominated by programs with talent from around the world. Trinity and Harvard have sat solidly atop the rankings for the past few years, fueled by deep squads.
For Penn women’s basketball, fierce competition does not stop off the court.
The Ivy League has named six Quakers to the 2019 All-Ivy football team.
Some say three's a crowd — Penn men’s soccer forward Matt Leigh wouldn’t.
Senior Alexa Schneck received her fourth All-Ivy field hockey team honor Tuesday, as the Ivy League released the 2019 selections. She is joined by three teammates, freshman Elita van Staden and sophomores Gracyn Banks and Madison Jiranek, and who all earned their first All-Ivy second team selection.
The opening of the new Ringe Squash Center has spurred debate on campus. Regardless of the issue of its accessibility to students, it is undeniable that the Ringe Center will greatly benefit the Penn squash program in a variety of ways.
One word came to mind for almost every member of the Penn men’s basketball freshman class when asked about their strengths: versatility.
The 2019-2020 Ivy League men’s basketball preseason media poll was released today, ranking the Quakers second.
In a move that has angered the NCAA and sparked a renewal of the athlete compensation debate, the state of California passed its Fair Pay to Play Act on Sept. 30.
Penn field hockey probably wouldn’t describe its fall break as restful. However, it was victorious.
A pair of Red and Blue athletes picked up weekly awards for their efforts this past weekend.