Senior defender Riann Winget fights for possession of an incoming ball.
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At Cornell, senior forward Olivia Blaber got Penn women's soccer on the board with an eighth-minute goal and later added an assist to her tally on a goal by sophomore Cameo Hazelwood.
Defender Tahirih Nesmith takes a tumble after fighting to keep the ball in play.
Junior Darby Mason weaves her way through Maryland and Penn players.
Freshman Emily Sands plays in her first game at Penn, dribbling through the Maryland opposition.
Senior forward Olivia Blaber stayed aggressive throughout the match, leading Penn to 12 shots during the match, with 8 on goal.
Then-freshman midfielder Allie Trzaska was an integral part of the streaky 2015 offense, netting two goals in her 12 starts.
After falling behind 2-0 at halftime, senior Olivia Blaber's 51st minute goal got Penn women's soccer back within striking distance.
Talented senior defender Paige Lombard will look to end her injury-riddled, two team career in style in 2016.
A fifth Starbucks joins the group of cafes on campus; it is located at the intersection of 39th and Walnut streets.
Men's basketball head coach Steve Donahue was pleased with some of the changes made to the Quakers' schedule for 2016-17.
With the loss of All-American discus thrower Sam Mattis and Penn's throwing coach of 30 years in Tony Tenisci, senior Noah Kennedy-White will be expected to help new coach Jeff Pflaumbaum find success in his first year coaching the Quakers.
Penn football won an Ivy title in 2015, but it would have been a lot sweeter if followed by postseason play, Cole Jacobson argues.
Sophomore guard Jackson Donahue was just one of the Quakers to play against NBA-caliber opposition — not just in the 2015-16 season, but also in high school — including this year's No. 5 overall draft pick, Kris Dunn.
Men's discus thrower Sam Mattis is one of many athletes who had to compete for his team this summer after finals, and after his own graduation.
Having brought in a handful of guards and a couple of talented forwards, Penn men's basketball will be looking to have a strong 2016-17 season.