The Penn track season is almost underway, and Penn coach Steve Dolan already has big plans for his team this year.
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People go to basketball games for different reasons: the food, the players, the actual game; but others go solely to hear the sweet sounds of the brass trumpet and the drums playing “Timber” for the 12th time that year.
From college volleyball fan to Penn volleyball player, Ella Green is marking crucial kills on the court
Before finding her place on the volleyball court at age 11, sophomore Ella Green tried out several different sports while growing up in San Francisco.
A nail-biting game for the Penn women’s lacrosse team ended in a tough loss against the Yale Bulldogs on Saturday, 11-10. The Quakers blew a five-goal lead in the third quarter and now sit at sixth in the Ivy League standings.
After almost a month on break from competition, Penn track and field began its outdoor season at home by hosting the Penn Challenge this past weekend. Together, the Quakers made top finishes in 12 events, including a win in the women’s 4x400m relay.
Basketball-turned-track star Tamara Grahovac learned that even the most unprecedented of events can lead to great things. Born in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, Grahovac, a general biology major and chemistry minor, originally started out as a basketball player but eventually turned her sights to track.
While Penn women's lacrosse rallied back from a 3-0 deficit against Loyola in the first quarter, their efforts were not enough to claw back from the deficit and the Quakers came away with the defeat, 12-10.
With warmer weather comes stolen bases, swinging lacrosse sticks, and cleats in the grass.
Quaker fans can hardly wait for the weekend, because men’s basketball is back at it again.
The Penn gymnastics team flipped its way to a new program record in its meet against Towson this past weekend. The Quakers not only left the competition with a team record of 195.375, but tied its beam record of 9.950, thanks to the efforts of junior McCaleigh Marr.
Effective training, dedicated coaches, and resilient spirit have, according to coach Steve Dolan, turned the Penn track and field program into one that boasts impressive results at competitions with consistent success.
What looked to be a secure victory for Penn women’s basketball turned into a surprising loss at the Palestra on Saturday.
After the postponement of their last two Ivy League games, Penn women’s basketball welcomed back the return to basketball with a win against Dartmouth, racing past the Big Green, 55-31.
Because this weekend is full of activity in women’s basketball, we’ll check in with the Ivy League women’s basketball teams to see where they stand as we close out the calendar year with a few more games.
New quarterback, same result.
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.