She's appeared in the lineup fewer than 10 times during her Penn career, but sophomore women's golfer Natalie Cao is already writing remarkable results on the Quakers' scorecards.
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Having scored his first goal for the Quakers in Penn men's soccer's opening game of the season against Rider University, junior midfielder Mateo Zazueta hit the ground running this season.
Over three-quarters of the way through the 2021-22 season for Penn men’s tennis, the Quakers have accumulated an overall win percentage of 77.8%, a perfect 8-0 home record, and the potential to secure the team's first Ivy League title since 2007.
Kaitlyn Cumiskey didn't grow up in a lacrosse-first house. Nobody in her family had ever played before, and she had never even heard of the sport growing up.
After losing four of its last five games, the Penn women’s lacrosse team faced off against a Georgetown squad in Washington, D.C. on Saturday that had won three of its last four.
All season, Penn women's squash has shown up to competitions as clear underdogs with its young roster.
For sophomore Yoshna Singh of Penn women's squash, empty squash courts were the reason for her start in the sport.
A Quaker hadn’t touched the gymnastics program record on the beam in more than 21 years … until Sunday.
The last time men’s squash won the Ivy League title outright, Neil Armstrong was taking his first steps on the moon and the Beatles had just finished recording Abbey Road. Over 53 years in the making, the No. 1 men’s team in the nation added another notch on its belt, storming to the title last Sunday with a win over Cornell.
If grit could be personified, freshman Sabine Rutlauka of women's tennis would present the perfect example. In individual sports such as tennis, there is no one to sub in, nowhere to hide when you make mistakes. Yet Rutlauka thrives under this limelight, displaying a tenacity to fight to the last point.
Penn men's and women’s squash kicked off their Ivy League season at the Penn Squash Center for a weekend of matches against Harvard and Dartmouth, coming up with some victories and some defeats.
Sophomore guard Michaela Stanfield, like many of her classmates, had an unconventional freshman experience. Unable to play for her first year, she found a community in her teammates, the seniors setting the standard for inculcating the mindset of a student athlete into newbies.
Following a grueling two weeks of basketball, the Quakers were unable to overcome the Towson Tigers (3-2), losing to them by a score of 76-61 in Maryland on Tuesday afternoon.
As fall sports come to a close and winter sports are just kicking off, Penn fans are in for an action-packed weekend. Here is an overview of this weekend's upcoming events.
Entering his fifth year as a guard for the Quakers, senior Jelani Williams’ journey has been plagued by injury, but serves as a shining example of persistence.
The Quakers have extended their spotless home record to 9-0 after coming up with a big 4-0 victory against Yale on Saturday.
The women’s soccer team had a successful weekend. With a 2-0 win over Cornell, the Red and Blue extended its spotless home record to 6-0 due to major contributions from junior defender Emily Pringle.