If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Penn women’s soccer is thinking just that heading into the weekend coming off a three-game winning streak.
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The FBS season may be underway, but for the Ivy League, we have yet to kick off. With the Quakers’ first test coming Sept. 17 against Lehigh, precious time remains for players to prove themselves in training down at Franklin Field to earn themselves a favored spot on coach Ray Priore’s roster.
They say the best offense is a good defense. Unfortunately, sometimes you just need a good offense. For Penn women’s soccer, that is the mantra for this new season.
For those of you who were watching — and also mesmerized by — the Copa America Centanario, you’ll have noticed a few things. Firstly, Messi with a beard is no replacement for the good-old clean shaven version (see: Messi’s penalty in the Finals shootout). And secondly, the U.S. looked surprisingly dominant, thanks to a large pool of young talent.
Classes may have ended, but some students are facing finals of a very different variety.
Penn women's rowing tested its limits this weekend, and they did not come away empty handed.
They say sports serve as the world’s language — a way to cross international boundaries with ease. Some sporting events truly do unite people, such as the World Cup, while others aren’t quite there yet. For Penn rowing, these bridges are yet to be completed.
Opening day is meant for mistakes. It’s a chance to find errors and correct them. But for Penn women’s rowing, no errors could be found.
Although they’ll be under the sun, there will be no break for Penn women’s tennis over the next week.
As Drake so eloquently said, “Started from the bottom, now we here.” For Max Reed, that story is all too true.
After two weeks off the courts, Penn women’s tennis served up a big win at home.
Cliched or not, practice makes perfect. Just ask Marie Stephan.
Heeding the advice of the Godfather, Penn squash will keep its friends close and its enemies closer this weekend as Princeton comes to Ringe Courts for a marquee matchup.
While the blizzard raged on, Penn women’s squash found its fire on Saturday.
When it comes to rankings, the Quakers are causing quite a racket.
When you get knocked down, you get back up again.
A couple of Penn athletes are looking to reinvent the wheel when it comes to transportation around campus.
As William Shakespeare once said, “All’s well that ends well.” But for Penn men’s soccer, there would be no such redemption.
After many failed attempts, the sports world says, “Great players don’t make great coaches.” Gilly Lane of Penn men’s squash begs to differ.
There’s no place like home. There’s no time like Homecoming.