While most of Penn’s campus was rejoicing over a beautiful spring weekend, Penn women’s tennis headed to Princeton, N.J., with the hopes of doing something they have failed to do since 2008: Beat the Tigers.
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Over the course of a long season, teams need to find many different ways to win.
When it rains, it pours.
To be the best, you have to beat the best.
Winter has finally arrived here in Philadelphia, but while temperatures fall, things are just starting to heat up for Penn in the Ivy League swimming season.
As the old cliche goes, “It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.”
While Penn football was clinching its Ivy League title on Saturday afternoon, the Red and Blue’s basketball team was in Seattle, facing off against Washington.
There’s no place like home.
With just over 12 seconds left in Friday season opener, Penn men’s basketball had a one-point lead as Robert Morris coach Andy Toole called a timeout to draw up one final play.
Not many things in this world get better with age, but don’t tell that to Penn men’s swimming's senior captains.
As noted poet Rocky Balboa once said: “When you get knocked down, get back up and keep moving forward.”
Soccer is without doubt the world’s sport.
Tear, strain, break and fracture. In the midst of a season packed with daily practices and arduous games, injuries are an unfortunate and inevitable part of all sports.
For most freshmen entering collegiate play, everything is new. New coaches, new facilities, new training and, most importantly, new teammates.
It was a rainy trip to Florida for Penn men’s soccer this weekend, both literally and figuratively.
Every championship team in collegiate athletics begins with a core class, the players who build the foundation for the entire season.
Fresh off a successful season opener, Penn women’s soccer is tasked with maintaining its momentum against against Temple and Mount Saint Mary’s at Rhodes Field this weekend.
For Penn women’s tennis, 2015 was a streaky but ultimately successful season. By the year’s end, the team had notched several wins against nationally ranked teams and generated excitement for bigger things to come in 2016.
The story of the Penn men’s tennis 2015 season is not one that can be told simply by looking at the team’s final record.
It’s a constant at any match. Arms crossed. Hat pulled down low. An intimidating but composed gaze. At big moments, she erupts with a fist pump and a “let’s go!””