Looking to leave its final doubleheader with a winning record in Ivy League play, the Penn women’s tennis team ended its season on a somber note after tough losses to No. 65 Columbia and Cornell.
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Senior day for the Penn Women’s tennis team started with high hopes, but ended abruptly in a tough loss the No. 65 Columbia.
Coming off a tough loss to Princeton, the Penn women’s tennis team rebounded nicely to split its first Ivy doubleheader of the season.
Looking to rebound after a tough loss to Princeton last week, Penn women’s tennis took care of business against Brown, snagging its first Ivy win.
The Penn women’s tennis team came into its matchup against Princeton riding high.
Defending its ECAC title against stiff competition, Penn gymnastics crushed its opponents en route to its second ring in as many years.
Looking for its third win a row, the Penn women’s tennis team won a close matchup to stay unbeaten in the Sunshine State.
While most students are off relaxing, the squad will be heading to Florida for spring training before their season opener against Saint Joseph’s in mid-March.
When it comes to Ivy Championships, good things come in threes.
Facing stiff competition, Penn gymnastics took it up a notch in its first and only home meet of the year.
Having yet to drop a single match this season, Penn women’s tennis (3-0) looks to keep its record unblemished in their last home contest of the winter.
Seeking to improve upon its 189.575 performance from a week ago, Penn gymnastics came away with mixed results, but overall reached its goal.
This won’t be the first time a squad has crossed the Delaware River to invade New Jersey.
Though the Penn gymnastics team posted its best score at the Lindsey Ferris Invitational ever in its third visit on Sunday, it didn’t matter much in the final results .
The best thing about playing against yourself? You’re guaranteed to win.
The Navy Midshipmen haven’t put up much of a fight against Penn men’s squash in recent times.
They’re undefeated no longer.
Off the strength of a strong singles performance, sophomore Sol Eskenazi, along with freshman doubles partner Sonya Latycheva, captured the ITA Northeast Regional Doubles Championship in West Point, N.Y., on Tuesday.
“The ball is faster than any human being.”