In the relatively small world of college volleyball, familiar faces are not uncommon. An already close community is made even more intimate by the concentration of players from California.
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A grueling preseason, during which the Penn volleyball team lost more matches than it did in its entire 2009 campaign, has finally given way to the Ivy League slate.
The women’s tennis team has not had a winning season since 2007-08, but a strong freshman class may pull the Quakers out of their slump.
The lesson that winning isn’t everything was one that the volleyball team learned this weekend in its trip to California.
It was a tough weekend for Penn volleyball in Maryland where the team traveled to play in the Terrapin Invitational.
Last fall, the volleyball team made quite a splash around the Penn community, winning the Ivy League title and reaching the second round of the NCAA tournament for the first time in the program’s history.
After two straight losing seasons, being the underdog can get old fast.
Many high school athletes dream of being recruited to their college of choice’s varsity team, but recruitment certainly isn’t the only way to get noticed.
Sometimes numbers can be deceiving.
The Penn women’s tennis players will be more than happy to trade the California sunshine for a more familiar Philadelphia climate tomorrow, especially if it turns their luck around.
George Washington may have entered Levy Tennis Pavilion with an ugly record, but Penn coach Nik DeVore made sure his team didn’t underestimate the Colonials yesterday.
Finding themselves in a four-game skid, the Penn women’s tennis team needed a win against Bucknell to turn things around.