Freshman outfielder Brianna Brown fell in love with softball at a young age and has finally been able to express that passion on the field with Penn.
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A couple mistakes on the mound combined with a limited offensive production spelled out a gloomy day for Penn softball.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Jennifer Richards of Penn women’s tennis 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and life overall. Here’s what the senior had to say.
Consistency and passion have been the hallmark of Reese Vogel’s career, and they will be her lasting impact after graduation.
Leadership can be embodied in several different forms. For Penn women’s basketball freshman forward Jordan Obi, her leadership takes shape in how she has handled challenges and inspired her teammates.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men’s basketball coach, Joe Mihalich, 15 questions about his basketball experiences, his coaching time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what he had to say.
Mental strength is just as important as physical strength, especially during a pandemic.
It is every college athlete’s goal to succeed in between the lines and also in the classroom. Two-time Ivy League champion sprinter Marvin Morgan has far exceeded that goal, and is the true exemplification of what it means to be a scholar-athlete.
In July, the Ivy League announced the cancelation of all fall sports at least until Jan. 1 due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. The league office released suggested guidelines that would allow for the return of full practices in a phased manner. Movement between the three stages would be determined by the individual institutions based on school and state regulations. A bit more than midway through the semester, here’s a look at the other seven Ivies as they adapt to the pandemic.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn football's Rory Starkey Jr. 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the junior wide receiver had to say.
Although the graduated Kitty Qu won’t be in the net this season for Penn women’s soccer, a trio of goalkeepers are ready to take control this year.
In the sports world, the coronavirus has taken away many opportunities from Penn athletes, but it has also opened the door for athletes to step up and contribute to their teams in new ways.
It has only been one year since Caroline Douglas made the cross-country move to Penn, and she has already been instrumental for the Quakers on the volleyball court.
With an extra year of eligibility, former Penn pole vaulter Sean Clarke is looking to take flight with a new team.
This time last year, Penn sprint football was preparing for coach Bill Wagner’s 50th and final season. The locker room was packed with a team ready to send Wagner off with a successful season.
On June 4th, Penn announced that the ACT and SAT will not be required for the 2020-2021 admissions cycle. This decision came after the spread of the coronavirus pandemic forced the College Board and ACT to postpone many of their tests. This means that the class of 2025, which graduates high school in the spring of 2021, is not required to submit test scores.
It isn’t uncommon for athletes to build relationships with each other. They often occupy the same study spaces and workout centers, and understand each other’s busy schedules. It is rare, however, for a college romance to grow into a marriage where both partners come back to coach at Penn.
Nia Akins’ collegiate track career has been one full of accomplishments from the beginning to the very abrupt end.
On Friday, Penn Athletics announced that Meredith Schamun will be the new head coach for Penn volleyball, the fourth person to take the job in the past five seasons.