Even though both Penn men’s and women’s fencing faced strong teams at the Philadelphia Invitational over the weekend, home court advantage ultimately won the day.
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This weekend, Penn gymnastics is giving its fans a preview of the team’s season and an opportunity to see how its athletes stack up against one another through its annual Red and Blue Intrasquad Meet .
At the Garret Penn State Open this weekend, Penn men’s and women’s fencing knew they would take on some of the best teams in the country, such as OSU, Notre Dame, Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Penn State. And they came out strong.
Penn men’s and women’s fencing is off to compete against some of the best teams in the league.
So what are you going to do this Saturday? Homework? No! Watching Netflix? No! How about going to the Palestra to watch Penn basketball? Yes!
For the last home match of the season, Penn women’s soccer played with a fighting and aggressive spirit in order to honor its seniors.
All things must come to an end, and for Penn’s women’s soccer, it is coming fast.
With a two-game losing streak and only one Ivy win so far this season, Penn women’s soccer is looking back and seeing how it can improve.
Coming off of a 2-1 defeat against Columbia, Penn men’s soccer (5-5-0) will travel to New Jersey for a nonconference tilt against Rutgers (3-7-1) Tuesday in hopes of getting back on the winning track. Here’s who’s hot — and who’s not — as the Quakers square off with the Scarlet Knights.
After falling in both Ivy games it has played so far, Penn women’s soccer is looking to reverse its fortune.
We’ve all heard the saying “work hard, play hard.”
Sometimes practice doesn't quite make perfect