After notching a loss and a tie in the last two games, Penn women’s soccer (3-1-2) came up with a decisive 4-0 win on Sunday against George Washington (0-6-2).
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After Penn field hockey started off the season not as strong as it had hoped — losing matches to Louisville and North Carolina — the Quakers bounced back to win two straight, in large part due to sophomore Sabien Paumen's play in goal.
In a move that will shift the structure of Penn gymnastics’ upcoming seasons, the team announced today that they’ll be joining the Gymnastics East Conference in 2022.
Playing for the first time in almost two years, Penn women’s soccer started the season off strong, finishing its game on Friday against Temple with a draw and winning its game against George Mason on Sunday.
Going into the upcoming athletics season, Penn's fall sports teams will see action for the first time since 2019.
At about 11 p.m. on June 20, 2021, Nashville Sounds relief pitcher Jake Cousins had just finished a Triple-A game in Gwinnett County, Ga. against the Gwinnett Stripers and was heading to the locker room to use the bathroom.
After a hard-fought battle to get to the Olympic stage, Wharton alumnus Sam Mattis reached the final round of the discus event and finished in eighth place out of the 12 finalists.
Last Saturday, five people were killed in a crash on Long Island, New York, with one of the victims being former Penn men’s lacrosse captain James Farrell.
Although their Class of 2024 recruits have yet to see any game action, Penn women’s basketball has boarded on another class of recruits as they prepare for their next season.
Jasmine Chen, who graduated from Penn in 2011, will become the first woman with a Penn affiliation to ever compete in equestrian at the Olympics when she suits up for Chinese Taipei this summer in Tokyo.
As the Olympics get underway, yet another Penn rower will be a participant: Dara Alizadeh will be competing in the single sculls event for Bermuda.
For the first time since 1971, the Milwaukee Bucks have won the NBA Finals, and in doing so, two Penn alumni and a significant Penn donor earned championship rings.
Blake Broszus, who is currently a rising sophomore for Penn fencing, will be in Tokyo for the Olympic Games, as he will serve as the traveling alternate for the Canadian men’s foil team.
As the 2021 MLB Draft progressed from Sunday to Tuesday, a pair of Quakers heard their names called.
In honor of the MLB’s annual Home Run Derby on Monday night, we take a look at the players in Penn baseball history that have gone yard the most amount of times in their college careers.
While Penn’s athletes are preparing for their first regular year of competition in a while, four former Quakers are playing right now in the Premier Lacrosse League.
On Thursday, July 1, the NCAA announced that its student-athletes would now be able to profit off of their Name, Image, and Likeness, unlike in the past.
By virtue of his 200-meter individual medley swim in April at the 2021 Pro Swim Series in Mission Viejo, Calif., rising senior Keanan Dols will be heading to the Olympics to compete for Jamaica.
As Penn men’s basketball prepares to compete for the first time in almost two years, they welcome in a new batch of recruits to help bolser their roster.
After a junior year in which he was the NCAA National Champion in the discus and a senior year in which he finished as runner-up in the NCAA’s, Sam Mattis had his sights set on the Rio Olympics in 2016.