Despite having her career cut short, Keiera Ray has managed to have a sizable impact on Penn women's basketball from the sidelines in her senior year.
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In her two years player squash at Penn, sophomore Marie Stephan has yet to lose a regular season match in 25 games played.
Senior forward Darien Nelson-Henry played a large role in Penn basketball's weekend sweep, including 19 points and 80 percent shooting against Dartmouth.
Senior captain Darien Nelson-Henry had a big game for Penn Basketball, posting 19 points in the win over Dartmouth on Friday night.
Sophomore Anna Ross looks to carry a hot hand into this weekend's roadtrip to Harvard and Dartmouth for Ivy-leading Penn women's basketball.
Sophomore John Vaiani will lead Penn men's fencing in the Ivy League Championships this weekend, where the Quakers will compete against the best programs in the country.
Lucas Lipatti (left), Penn junior and president of SDS, and Christian Urrutia (right), Penn junior and SDS member, are two of the many people revitalizing the Penn SDS group.
Sophomore Nicholai Westergaard was one of four member's of Penn men's tennis to win his singles match against Middle Tennessee State — the most for the Quakers since their 7-0 season-opening win over Navy.
Junior center Sydney Stipanovich scored a game-high 21 points in yet another comfortable victory for the Quakers, who have won 13 of their last 14 games.
Sophomore May Bethea rallied from a first-period deficit to win 9-6 against Binghamton on Sunday, and he'll look to continue that success into the coming weekend as Penn wrestling battles Princeton and Rider.
Freshman Raheem Salah was one of nine members of Penn women's squash to down her opponent on Friday as the Quakers swept Columbia, 9-0, in the Collegiate Squash Association national semifinals.
As Ancient Eight basketball has increased parity with coaches like Mike McLaughlin, Ivy athletic directors like Grace Calhoun have begun re-evaluating a conference tournament to get more teams a shot at the postseason.
After a blizzard struck this East Coast this weekend, Penn fencing was forced to reschedule the Philadelphia Invitational for Feb. 21.
While freshmen completed the Thrive At Penn module over the summer, upperclassmen now need to complete TAP again.
Junior Grace van Arkel clinched the match for Penn women's squash against Stanford on Sunday, sweeping her opponent from the ninth position before the Quakers ultimately ended up with the 9-0 rout.
Sophomore guard Antonio Woods was expected to help fill the void in the wake of Tony Hicks' decision to leave Penn basketball, but instead he, too, will be off the court for the Quakers after being ruled academically ineligible for 2015-16.