Penn softball had its season opener this weekend at the Liberty Classic in Virginia.
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Eager energy filled the newly-renovated Penn Squash Center on Wednesday night.
Penn women's lacrosse will aim to spoil the last home game for Harvard's soon-to-be graduates on their Senior Day.
After the dust settled, Penn softball's weekend ended with a three-game series sweep over Cornell, extending its win streak to six games.
Only a year and change into her collegiate career, Penn softball's Tabitha Dyer has become a force to be reckoned with in the Ivy League.
The start of the week meant the beginning of the spring season for Penn’s women’s golf.
Penn women’s track does it again.
Coming off of a series of record-breaking meets in recent weekends, Penn track came ready to continue its streak.
It was a successful weekend for Penn men's and women’s track. Although the Red and Blue were split up at three different meet sites, each part of the team had overwhelming success on the weekend.
The Penn fencing freshmen have already made their presence felt early in the season.
This weekend's game will be significant for Penn women's lacrosse for many reasons.
So far in 2018, the theme has been all about adjusting to changes for Penn softball. With the team having to deal with some injuries and losing program legends like Leah Allen and Alexis Sargent, the Quakers were looking for standouts.
Now they've got momentum.
It's time for that undefeated record to get put to the test.
Coming off of an exciting season-best performance at the Ivy Classic this past weekend at Brown, Penn gymnastics is ready to take on the upcoming weekends of spring break with full force.
In a nail-biting back and forth game against No. 22 Johns Hopkins women’s lacrosse team this Saturday, it was a freshman that boosted the Quakers to victory.
Penn gymnastics is looking to impress on the road this weekend, visiting No. 28 Penn State’s gym to take on some of its toughest competition of the season thus far.
Penn men's and women's squash were on the road this weekend facing a doubleheader against Dartmouth and Harvard. These matches were a quick turnaround after both squads suffered crushing losses to Princeton on Wednesday.