Sometimes things just don't turn out as you expect them to.
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On Monday I wore a Sidney Crosby jersey.
Maybe all they needed was just a little time away from the Ancient Eight.
For Penn softball, not much has changed in the last two seasons. They have had a strong offense, made several runs at the Ivy title and had an ace starter named Alexis.
For most Penn athletes, practices are simple. The players go to facilities that are on or right off of campus that present game-like conditions for them to practice in. They put in a couple hours of work, and then they are right back as on campus as students.
Perfection is hard to achieve in sports. To be able to play an entire game without a single blemish is something that few athletes can claim to have done. But this past Saturday, Penn softball’s Alexis Sargent came pretty darn close to joining that elusive club.
Softball Issue | After consecutive championship series defeats, Penn softball looks to break through in 2016
They’ve been so close, they could almost taste it.
For Penn softball, spring break is more like a ¨spring beginning.¨
The Quakers have gained momentum at just the right time in the season.
Panthers and Tigers and Bears, oh my!
They’re going north.
This weekend, even the snow couldn’t stop the tumbling, flipping, and twisting of Penn gymnastics.
Despite chilly temperatures this week, things are starting to heat up for Penn’s gymnastics team.
After weeks of practicing and an intrasquad meet back in December, the Penn gymnastics team will kick off its season in earnest this Sunday at the Lindsey Ferris Invitational, hosted by George Washington University, in Washington D.C.
This weekend, Penn gymnastics faced a very familiar opponent: itself.
When all is said and done, he just wants to leave his Mark.
Same face, same place.
It was like deja vu all over again.
There might not be much left at stake for Penn sprint football, but there is still plenty to play for.