Heading into the Ivy League Championships in a mere three weeks, Penn men’s and women’s swimming needed a dominant performance.
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They often say that performing down the home stretch is one of the hardest things for any team to accomplish in sports.
It is often said that a good defense is the best offense, and Penn women’s basketball proved that on Saturday in the Quakers' home opener.
Every year, the Ivy League men’s basketball scene continues to improve. Each freshman class sees a new group of increasingly athletic and talented individuals coming to play from all over the nation and beyond.
Emphatic. That’s the word that best describes Penn men’s soccer's win over Yale on Saturday night.
Soccer is all about avoiding mental lapses – commit one, and a match can change within seconds.
Déjà vu. For so long, the Quakers looked like they were destined for their second frustrating draw in a row.
700 days. That was the last time that Harvard women's soccer, the defending Ivy League champions, lost in league play – until Saturday.