For many teams, being in-season means playing at least once a week for a few consecutive months — but for Penn fencing, the schedule looks a little different.
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An away win to send the seniors away.
The season may be over, but Penn women’s soccer is still enjoying some success.
What a heartbreaking way to go out.
It was a season of ups and downs for Penn women’s soccer, but sophomore midfielder Jojo Cotto has plenty of reasons to celebrate.
Some days, things just don’t go right.
Watch out whenever Penn scores first.
As fall sports progress through October, most Penn Athletics teams continue to face Ivy League opponents and attend crucial meets. Here are three questions heading into this weekend’s matchups.
Wild, but not wonderful in West Virginia.
Some people just can’t stay away too long.
What a heartbreaking finish.
It’s (almost) the end of an era, but the seniors of Penn women's soccer aren't quite ready to say goodbye just yet.
Penn volleyball has a lot to look forward to after its first weekend of the new season.
Over the past few years, senior thrower Rachel Lee Wilson has become one of the most dominant athletes in Penn track. The numbers don’t lie: Wilson currently holds the program record in the outdoor hammer throw (63.89 meters) and the indoor weight throw (20.53m). These numbers secured her a second consecutive title in the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships earlier this season.
Fifty years and many athletes later, the Konopka family does not want to stay away from Penn rowing.
Since July 2018, when the news broke that former Penn men’s basketball coach Jerome Allen had taken bribes to recruit a student-athlete, much has been said about the scandal and how Allen should not be celebrated by Penn Athletics – with some arguing that he must be removed from the school’s Hall of Fame. Nonetheless, Allen had four stellar years as a player for the Quakers and is still considered one of the best in school history.
It was a busy weekend for Penn men’s and women’s track, as each team attended two different meets, one in Texas and the other in North Carolina. The Quakers displayed impressive performances, returning home with two titles and 14 top 10 all-time records.
She started track by accident. Now she is second in the nation.
What a way to send the seniors off.
The Quakers may have placed fifth in the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships, but they do have reason to celebrate.