It's hard to imagine Penn without basketball or lacrosse. But 40 years ago, one might have said the same thing about hockey.
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This time last year, Penn’s heavyweight rowing team was in Sacramento, Calif., closing out its season at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships. But this June, the team is scattered across the globe, finding ways to train remotely to return, hopefully, to the water in the fall.
When the Ivy League announced the cancellation of the spring sports season, the men’s lacrosse team was finishing up practice, women’s rowing was in the middle of their spring training camp, and the baseball team was minutes away from taking the field in Florida.
The regular season hasn’t even started yet, but Penn is already the team to beat.
Without any individual titles, it has truly been a team effort to land the Quakers fourth place in the Ivy League.
As winter sports enter the last leg of the season, here’s a look at what these three teams are up against this weekend.
Ivy Weekends are in full swing, and the Palestra will be the next site of the action for Penn women's basketball.
One of the major stories of the 2020 Penn fencing season so far has been the consistently impressive results from the women’s epee team.
At the second tournament of the year on home turf, the Quakers showed who owns the Tse Center.
Penn men's and women's swimming and diving opened 2020 by closing out their Ivy League tri-meet season.
Andy Ma has been the backbone of Penn fencing for the past decade.
True to its name, the Elite Invitational was a day of stiff competition.
What happens at Percy Uris Natatorium stays at Percy Uris Natatorium.
If you love something, set it free.
For Penn men's soccer defender Kai Lammers, soccer is the family business.
Despite the torrential rain, it looked like Penn’s goal drought might never end.