The Quakers traveled to Wisconsin undefeated, but they aren’t leaving that way.
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60 minutes was not enough to decide a winner in Penn men's lacrosse epic matchup with Dartmouth. Nor was a full overtime period.
Penn gymnastics hopes to send seniors out in style at US Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships
Penn gymnastics will be competing for the final time this weekend, as they head to Denton, Texas for the USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships.
Penn’s pole vaulting records are on red alert — if they haven’t been broken by Sean Clarke already, that is.
Bounce-back win after a tough loss? Check. Comeback win after trailing in the fourth quarter? Check. Taking down the No. 1 program in the sport? Check. Biggest win in program history? Check.
Normally water is the best way to stop a fire, but this weekend, the Ivy League’s best swimmers will not be safe from Burns while in the pool.
Call them the "Swaggy Six," "Super Sophs", or the "Bars Bunch"; no matter the alias, Penn gymnastics will be tough to beat this year due to a record breaking crop of sophomores on the bars.
Penn’s men's and women's swimming and diving made a long trek to Knoxville, Tenn. over the weekend to compete against the nation's best in the Tennessee Invitational.
For the fourth time this season Penn men's soccer found itself in a 2-1 contest, and for the fourth time this season Penn was the team with one.
Another game brought another loss for Penn soccer as the Quakers continue to search for a way to turn their season around.
The Manning brothers. The Williams sisters. The Touche brothers?
Penn volleyball will be in action once again this weekend, playing not one, not two, but three matches at the Robert Morris Invitational.
Penn’s men’s soccer team brings in a new crop of freshmen every year to bolster their roster, but this year’s class stands out just a bit more.
On May 27, USA Field Hockey announced its selections for the 2017 Young Women’s National Championship taking place this week in Lancaster, Pennsylania. The event is an opportunity for players to showcase their talents in hopes of getting selected for the U.S. national team. Included among the players chosen were two of Penn’s own — Alexa Hoover and Alexa Schneck.
It’s title time.
Sometimes, a strong start and finish just won't quite do it.
Penn men’s and women’s fencing were looking to gain some momentum this weekend, and that’s just what they got.
The finale of the squash season is upon us as No. 8 Penn prepares for the CSA team championships this weekend. The Quakers will be challenged right off the bat with a first round match Friday against No. 1 Trinity, who defeated Penn 8-1 in January.
For a Penn squash program anticipating a major postseason, it’s the last chance to tune up.
The core of No. 6 Penn men’s fencing can be traced back to a childhood bond formed across the country nearly a decade ago. Jake Raynis and Justin Yoo, both epee fencers from California, have been instrumental in Penn’s success both this year and last. Imagining this team without either of these two seems odd, but it was almost a reality.