In gymnastics, sometimes the slightest of margins can decide the outcome of a whole meet.
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Penn men's and women's fencing continued their dominance at Brandeis’s Eric Sollee Invitational this past Saturday, recording the best combined score of the tournament. The women’s team was victorious against every participating school, returning to Philadelphia with a 6-0 win and an average lead of 12.6 points. The men’s team also found success in Massachusetts, only losing to NYU in a tight 14-13 match.
It seems the freshmen gymnasts have quickly found a comfortable fit here at Penn.
With a strong showing at the Penn State Invitational this past Sunday, Penn men's and women's fencing came off winter break prepared for a solid second half of the season.
Heading into a weekend full of demanding meets, Penn athletes have the chance to ramp up their early-season performances in some tough cross country, wrestling, and swimming events. Here's a look at some of the key players to watch for each of the three teams.
After Penn men’s squash jumped from No. 7 to No. 3 in the national rankings last season, expectations are high for them to deliver again this year.
Coming off of a blowout loss to Columbia last week, Penn football has the daunting task of facing off against Yale this Saturday in New Haven, Conn.
People are taking notice of Ryan Cragun. With sixteen catches and 273 reception yards in his first two games as a varsity wide receiver, the sophomore certainly seems to be living up to the hype.
After top-10 team placements in their second and third invitational events this past Friday, Penn men’s and women’s cross country are primed for a successful season.
With many students feeling too busy or ambivalent to attend Penn sporting events, some believe that the Red and Blue will never have as many fans as they deserve.
With eight freshmen added to its lineup this semester, Penn men’s soccer may have a path to redemption after a weak offensive showing last season.
It may come as a surprise to some, but life on campus goes on after students leave for their summer activities, and that includes the Penn athletics and recreational programs.
With a record-breaking team of ten athletes, five of whom are the first Quakers to qualify for their events, Penn track and field is geared up for the NCAA Championship this week.
With a chance to showcase the momentum it has garnered all season, Penn track will test its confidence in the historic 125th Penn Relays this weekend.
With athletes competing in the Tennessee Relays, Bucknell’s Bison Classic, and the Rider Invite, Penn track stayed busy this weekend.
On Saturday, Penn men's and women's track chipped away at some school records at Princeton's Sam Howell Invitational.
The Quakers’ opponents may have arrived at the Hecht Tennis Center as the Red Storm, but they left feeling less Red and more Blue.
With three away wins under their belt, the Quakers are ready to come home.