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Senior swimmer Anna Kalandadze is a shoe-in for Women's Athlete of the Year, but you could even argue she’s worthy of Ivy League Women's Athlete of the Year with her performances this season.
With only a few games left in their respective regular seasons, Penn men’s and women’s lacrosse each stand on the precipice of an Ivy Tournament berth, giving them a shot at a conference title.
On Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field, Penn women’s lacrosse notched its most impressive win of the already two-thirds-completed season.
As a result of the Ivy League preventing graduate students from competing, several former Penn basketball players transferred at the close of the 2021-22 season to pursue opportunities to play out their collegiate careers elsewhere.
NEW YORK — When she made an off-the-backboard triple with under three minutes left in Friday’s game, freshman guard Saniah Caldwell became Penn's fourth-leading scorer against Columbia. The caveat is that those were her first points of the game, and Caldwell only played six minutes on Friday night. Not a great sign.
Picked to be No. 1 in your own conference heading into the season brings with it a certain set of expectations.
On Saturday, both Penn men’s and women’s basketball faced capable, Yale squads above .500 with mixed results. While the women’s team dominated the Bulldogs at the Palestra in a 22-point rout, the men’s team faltered on the road, dropping its third straight game in a seven-point defeat.
Good teams win. Great teams cover.
Coming off two Big 5 losses, Penn men's basketball will have a shot at winning not only its first Big 5 game of the season, but its first since January 2020. The catch: Penn will be matching up against a Villanova team that, coming into the season, was ranked No. 16 in the NCAA. So far, though, Villanova's started the season out 3-5 and have already lost to a Big 5 team, Temple.
Pop the champagne. Start the parade. Raise the banner.
As the fall season comes to a close, we take a look at five especially noteworthy statistics from fall sports teams.
PRINCETON, N.J. – The Quakers might not have won the Ivy title on Saturday, but they sure celebrated like they did.
It took four tries, but at long last, Penn men’s basketball lists itself in the winners' column.
“I founded Penn! This is my school!”
With two games left on the season, Penn football controls its own destiny for at least a share of the Ivy League title. After a 3-7 record last year, a conference championship would be the ultimate turnaround for the Red and Blue, but first, they'll have to make it through Harvard, a 5-2 squad that poses a dangerous threat.
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. — When one team treats a game like it’s preseason and the other treats it like the regular season, you’re going to see a result like the one Penn had on Monday night at Iona.
Last week’s 34-31 back-and-forth slugfest between Penn and Brown was objectively more exciting than the Quakers' relatively routine matchup against Cornell on Saturday. But you won’t hear them complaining about it.
Penn football is seeing red this weekend – in more ways than one. The Quakers face off against the Big Red, a team with a 1-3 Ivy League record this season, and they'll likely be fired up after last week's upset loss at Brown.
Penn men’s basketball will play 29 games this regular season, and though each game bears weight, five stand out above the rest as moments to define the 2022-23 campaign.