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Despite being a graduate student in Wharton studying business management with a minor in marketing, running back Isaiah Malcome decided to come back for another year to play the sport he’s loved since he was a little kid.
Here is a look at what the soccer, field hockey, and volleyball teams are up against this weekend.
Penn women’s tennis team blew away the competition at the Columbia Invitational in Flushing, N.Y. The event, which lasted from Friday through Sunday at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, welcomed many schools, including Penn, host Columbia, Charlotte, Cornell, Wisconsin, Maryland, Long Island University, Hofstra, Saint John’s, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Syracuse, and Yale. The competition featured a double-elimination bracketed tournament in both the singles and doubles draw.
Penn women's soccer faces two tough opponents this weekend in Villanova and Rice University, as the Red and Blue hopes to build upon the team's most recent victory.
Hot off a three-game winning streak, Penn volleyball is headed to Chicago this weekend to face off in the DePaul Invitational.
Despite the loss against No. 1 North Carolina, Penn field hockey showed some progress as it closed out its opening weekend in New Jersey.
Penn softball's head coach Leslie King is currently in her 18th season at the helm of the program. She has coached the team to its second-ever Ivy League championship in 2013 and their first NCAA playoff berth the same year. King has also instructed 49 players to 101 total All-Ivy honors. However, she is not without the help of her two assistant coaches. The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at Penn softball's assistant coaches:
Despite only being a freshman on the track team, Ben Kioko has already learned the importance of perseverance and self-efficacy in his sport.
For Ashley Waco of Penn softball, finding her role on the team is what has made her Penn experience meaningful.
Getting swept by Villanova isn't how Penn baseball envisioned their long-awaited return to competition, but shaking off the rust takes time.
Building on the momentum from the previous year, coach Fran Dunphy led the victorious Penn Quakers to a 14-0 sweep of the Ivy League and an overall record of 21-8 in the NCAA in the 1999-2000 season.
Appearing in workplaces, schools, and on soccer fields, diversity and inclusion have no bounds.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked senior Anderson Myers of Penn women's swimming 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
With the dawn of a new month comes new opportunities for athletes to get back into action.
Even after graduating in 2020, Penn alumna and track star Nia Akins still finds success and fame in the track and field world.
Penn and the Olympics have had a long and storied relationship. Since the start of the Olympics in 1900 in Paris, Penn seized every opportunity to send many of its star athletes to compete for their country, particularly in track and field. As records have shown, the men and women athletes associated with the University have competed in almost all of the summer games, bringing home honor, glory, and an array of medals.
Redemption has never sounded sweeter than it did for coach Fran Dunphy and the 1992-93 Quakers. Determined not to be second-best again, Dunphy pulled out all the stops and led his Quakers to an undefeated season, finishing 14-0 in the Ivy League and 22-5 overall.
Looking for and finding another successful season after capturing the 1974 Ivy League title, coach Chuck Daly led his Quakers to a victorious run, finishing 23-5 overall and a 13-1 finish in the Ancient Eight.
No matter where coach Colleen Fink finds herself, her personal and field hockey family will always be the most important things in her life.