Penn softball has been firing on all cylinders recently, having won six of its last eight. And Jurie Joyner has played a big role in the team’s thriving offense.
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Last year, then-sophomore distance runner Thomas Awad came out of the Penn Relays as the victor in the Olympic Development open mile with the second sub-4:00 mile in Penn history. But don’t expect a repeat this year.
Well, there’s always next year.
In the midst of a rocky season, Penn men’s tennis has not been able to catch a break.
This week, Penn women’s lacrosse will attempt to tame the Lions before encountering top-ranked Wildcats.
Not a bad way to start things off.
The road has not been kind to Penn baseball thus far this season, and a return home was not the antidote that the Red and Blue had hoped for.
The first win is out of the way. Already ahead of last year’s pace, there should be many more to come for Penn baseball.
The 2014 season left something to be desired. In 2015, the Red and Blue’s veterans want to leave it all on the field.
Some people fear knowing their limits. Carey Celata welcomes them.
Penn basketball has performed relatively well in recent weeks, splitting its last eight games including its past two Ivy weekend doubleheaders. As the Quakers inch closer to the end of the 2014-15 season, the analytics provide intriguing information about a few of the individual Red and Blue players, as well as the entire team.
At the 2014 Penn Relays, now-junior Thomas Awad posted an astounding 3:58.34 mile time. That was after months of arduous training for the event.
To cap off their regular seasons, the Penn men’s and women’s swimming teams blew past West Chester and La Salle this weekend, hopefully gaining momentum before the Ivy League Championships.
Penn women’s basketball will be staying home in Philadelphia for the holidays with four games in Philadelphia prior to playing at Princeton on Jan. 10.
It was a nail-biter, but Penn women’s basketball could not pull through on a rare down defensive night.
As old leaders depart, new ones arise. With Penn men’s soccer graduating five seniors, the team is looking for players to step up into that role.
Is the future of Penn men’s soccer right before our eyes?
It appears a repeat is not in order.
Senior Day is fast approaching for Penn field hockey at Ellen Vagelos Field, presenting the opportunity for the squad to send off its six seniors and jump above .500 on the season.
Looking at Jimmy Lengyel, one could easily mistake him for a ball boy or a manager. An hour before the game, he is excited, smiling in a Penn sprint football windbreaker.