With the Ivy League ban on postseason play, Penn football’s non-conference matchups aren’t the team’s top priority. That’s taking home the Ivy League crown.
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Last year, they got away. Saturday marks the rematch.
One Penn cheerleader knelt and another raised her fist during the national anthem at Penn football’s opening game against Lehigh.
Outside of those involved with Penn sprint football, not many expected the Quakers to be contenders in the 2015 CSFL title race.
It’s good to be back.
Penn men’s heavyweight and lightweight rowing competed at the IRA National Championship Regatta on Mercer Lake in West Windsor, N.J. this past weekend and performed admirably, but the lightweights stole the spotlight with a fourth-place finish.
He came to campus with dreams of seeing the Penn track team become a powerhouse, and leaves University City with dreams of racing in the Olympics. For Thomas Awad, it’s been a successful four years.
While the nation’s eyes turn to Franklin Field for USA versus the World on Saturday, there will also be some of the nation’s top college athletes arriving from across the United States to compete in the college Championship of America events. Here’s a look at some of the collegiate competitors to watch out for:
On Friday and Saturday, Penn track and field competed at Princeton in the Larry Ellis Invitational. In their final meet before the upcoming Penn Relays, the Red and Blue claimed four individual events and saw three program records fall.
As spring blooms and the plants begin to sprout, Penn tennis expects to see a lot of Ivy. From this point forward, all of its remaining scheduled matches are against conference foes.
They say the enemy of your enemy is your friend, but do not go telling that to either Penn or Princeton women’s tennis when they meet for Ivy openers this weekend.
For the second consecutive weekend, Penn track and field will host a meet at Franklin Field, with Saturday’s Penn Challenge against Army, Manhattan, Rider, Villanova and Connecticut just days away.
It’s springtime in Philadelphia, and Penn track and field is gearing up for outdoor season.
It’s the last week of the season, and there’s currently a tie for first place. Get your popcorn ready.
Penn track and field traveled to Cornell over the weekend to compete in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, with the men’s and women’s teams placing fourth and seventh, respectively.
It wasn’t a clean sweep, but it was pretty close.
Three Ivy League doubleheader weekends, three sweeps and a win against each of the seven other Ivies. You can’t ask for a better start to conference play.
Three Ivy League doubleheader weekends, three sweeps, and a 7-0 record in conference play. You can’t ask for a better start to Ivy League basketball season.