It was Penn softball’s last weekend to prove its place.
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In its last weekend of competition, the Penn men’s tennis team is determined to just have fun.
A disappointing road stint continued for Penn women’s tennis this weekend as the team was swept 7-0 by both Brown and Yale this weekend.
Penn women’s tennis embarked on a spring break trip to San Diego hoping for a string of wins but came back reminiscing about something quite different.
With a complete lineup, the Penn gymnastics team is heading into tomorrow’s meet at full strength.
Though valuable seniors leave the program each spring, the Penn women’s squash family never really gets smaller.
With representatives from more than 200 schools in the Armory, Penn women’s indoor track made sure to leave a mark.
For the four seniors on the women’s squash team, tonight will soon be a very bittersweet memory.
Returning with an even combination of rookies and veterans, the Penn men’s tennis team is a mixed bag.
With back-to-back matches slated for tomorrow, the Penn women’s squash team is in a prime position to extend its win streak to nine.
It was exactly 10 years ago that Britt Hebden, Christina Matthias and Sarah Roberts joined the William Penn Charter School’s varsity squash team as 12 year olds.
If last season is any indication, Franklin and Marshall will not present much of a challenge for the Penn women’s squash team.
A new season always brings change, but for the Penn women’s squash team, this season brings an almost brand new team.
If there is one thing that is working in the Penn field hockey team’s favor this year, it’s the weather.
It took 49 minutes, but once the Penn field hockey team finally scored its first goal, it never looked back.
The win against Binghamton Wednesday was exactly what Penn women’s soccer needed.
In the first matchup between the Penn and Dartmouth field hockey teams in 1977, Penn came out with a win on Franklin Field. The Quakers intend to repeat history tomorrow afternoon.