In a classic battle for 34th Street, Penn women’s lacrosse conquered Drexel in an 11-8 victory after a late comeback attempt by the Dragons.
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Over 100 years ago, women were finally able to don the Red and Blue and partake in varsity sports. To celebrate National Girls & Women in Sports Day, let's go over 103 years of women’s sports at Penn and honor the careers of 10 of the best Quakers to ever grace campus, as well as the woman who helped make it all possible.
A new year, a new dawn of Ivy League play.
It’s rare for lightning to strike once, and it’s even rarer for it to strike twice in the same season. Unfortunately for Penn men’s basketball, a major upset against a nationally-ranked team has already happened once, and it didn't happen a second time this weekend.
“Perkins … three-ball … corner pocket!”
There was less than a minute on the clock. The Quakers, fresh off a touchdown to put them at 24-31, pulled off the unthinkable and recovered an onside kick. They got back-to-back first downs, sending Franklin Field to its feet. The crowd – myself included – believed we were about to witness a miracle.
Another day, another Penn alumnus’ Wikipedia page to update.
Halloween — and the peak of so-called spooky season — isn't until Tuesday. But for Penn football, their worst nightmares came true Friday night.
'Really eye-opening': Walter, Polonowski of Penn men's basketball reflect on FIBA European Championship experience
How do you spend your summers? Working as a lifeguard at your local beach? Moving across the country for your unpaid internship? Or staying in Philadelphia to do research?
Fall in America is largely dominated by football, but you can’t forget the other fútbol.
It isn’t always sunny in Philadelphia, and Penn football’s (3-1, 0-1 Ivy) game against Georgetown (3-3) on Saturday proved just that. While Penn walked away from overtime as the victor after a touchdown run by freshman running back Malachi Hosley, I still have concerns as the team heads into the bulk of Ivy League play.
A storm is brewing in Pennsylvania and its name is the Quakers.
The next installment of Penn football’s story kicks off this Saturday on Sep. 16 against the Colgate Raiders.
Imagine this: it’s your senior season. You’re a few goals shy of becoming top five in program history in goals scored and your team has already been crowned your conference’s regular season champion. It’s almost too good to be true.
During this golden Spring Fling weekend, the women’s lacrosse team continues to bask in their golden Ivy season, ending it with a 18-5 win on Saturday.
We all saw what happened in March: a semifinal loss in the Ivy League Tournament for Penn and a Sweet Sixteen run for Princeton. While some cheered the Tigers’ historic victories, watching them make history did not sit right with me.
Each day, the Class of 2023’s Commencement grows nearer. And with it, every senior nears the closing of another chapter in their lives.
Despite the shining sun, relaxing beaches, and cool breeze, Penn women's lacrosse's weekend trip to Florida was less than favorable. In a top-25 matchup, No. 23 Penn (5-4, 2-0 Ivy) fell to No. 8 Florida (8-3), 17-13.
The Quakers are off to a hot start this season, picking up their second win in the Ancient Eight after a high-scoring win against Harvard, 16-13.
Penn women’s lacrosse kicked off its spring break in high spirits with a 17-7 win at Columbia Saturday afternoon.