After Penn men's basketball's third-place finish at the Wooden Legacy this weekend, two Quakers were awarded individual honors from the Ivy League and Big 5.
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This Thanksgiving, Penn men’s basketball has a lot to be thankful for, including the four three-point lines on the Anaheim Arena court.
After the end of the season for sprint football, field hockey, men’s soccer, and cross country, All-Ivy honorees were announced, and several members of the Red and Blue made the list.
Penn freshmen continue to put the Ivy League on watch.
When you watch Penn football, it's easy to get lost in the crowd of more than 100 players and coaches. But there’s one person who is always there and seldom gets mentioned – Reverend Mark Pass.
After a summer of renovations to the Class of 1923 Ice Rink, the Penn men’s and women’s club hockey team’s were excited to get back on the ice of their new arena.
After a busy week for Penn Athletics, two performances by freshmen stood out among the rest.
After a last-second win this weekend, there was plenty to be happy about for Penn football.
With Penn men's basketball getting set to start its quest for an Ivy League title, here is a look at the rest of the Ancient Eight competition. After a 2018-19 season in which 13 of the 14 All-Ivy players returned to their respective schools, this year should see a lot of new faces stepping into big roles. Here is a guide to each team's outlook for the 2019-20 season, ordered by the results of the preseason poll.
Penn men’s soccer had an all-Ivy level performance last week.
The freshman class continues to make a major impact for Penn women’s soccer.
The Red and Blue had five straight losses to start the year, but Penn field hockey has managed to turn the corner in recent weeks.
One year later, but no issues this time around.
Nine games. Nine starts.
Expect some changes when you walk into Franklin Field for the Quakers’ home opener on Oct. 4.
Penn women’s soccer lost 5-1 to No. 3 Stanford in its opening game, but this match may have been the next big step toward national relevance for the program.
Even if it is not obvious from the final score, the Quakers can take away several positives from their season opener on Friday night.
After 41 years, there may be light at the end of the tunnel.
All good things must come to an end.
After clinching their 10th straight berth to the Ivy League Tournament last weekend, the Quakers finally know what seed they will be.