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Imagine this: it’s your senior season. You’re a few goals shy of becoming top five in program history in goals scored and your team has already been crowned your conference’s regular season champion. It’s almost too good to be true.
During this golden Spring Fling weekend, the women’s lacrosse team continues to bask in their golden Ivy season, ending it with a 18-5 win on Saturday.
We all saw what happened in March: a semifinal loss in the Ivy League Tournament for Penn and a Sweet Sixteen run for Princeton. While some cheered the Tigers’ historic victories, watching them make history did not sit right with me.
Each day, the Class of 2023’s Commencement grows nearer. And with it, every senior nears the closing of another chapter in their lives.
Despite the shining sun, relaxing beaches, and cool breeze, Penn women's lacrosse's weekend trip to Florida was less than favorable. In a top-25 matchup, No. 23 Penn (5-4, 2-0 Ivy) fell to No. 8 Florida (8-3), 17-13.
The Quakers are off to a hot start this season, picking up their second win in the Ancient Eight after a high-scoring win against Harvard, 16-13.
Penn women’s lacrosse kicked off its spring break in high spirits with a 17-7 win at Columbia Saturday afternoon.
The Quakers kicked off their softball season at the Wolfpack Classic this past weekend.
On Feb. 7, 2023, LeBron James broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's all-time NBA scoring record — which had stood for over 40 years. But before he made it there, he played in a very familiar site to Penn: the Palestra.
For the 138th time in Ivy League basketball history, Penn has proven that its Red reigns superior to Harvard's Crimson.
Once through Ivy League play, the Penn has posted a promising 5-2 conference record. But with a majority of their remaining games on the road, and Princeton and Harvard following in close pursuit for a top-four spot in the conference standings, their bid to the Ivy League tournament in March isn't guaranteed yet. Here is The Daily Pennsylvanian's ranking of the Ivy League field with seven games left to play this season.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — The last time the Quakers played Yale, Penn lost a winner-take-all game in the Ivy League Tournament. Saturday's match didn't have as high of stakes, but felt eerily similar to that game.
Coming off two Big 5 losses, Penn men's basketball will have a shot at winning not only its first Big 5 game of the season, but its first since January 2020. The catch: Penn will be matching up against a Villanova team that, coming into the season, was ranked No. 16 in the NCAA. So far, though, Villanova's started the season out 3-5 and have already lost to a Big 5 team, Temple.
In March of 2018, when Penn won the Ivy League Tournament at the Palestra, a young high school basketball player was completing his freshman campaign at Friends’ Central High School, a mere 16-minute drive away.
On Tuesday night, Penn men’s basketball (2-4) traveled to the not-so-distant lands of Easton, Pa. to face up against Lafayette (1-5).
On March 12, 2022, Penn men’s basketball lost against Yale in the Ivy League Tournament and fell short of its shot at March Madness.
This Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Penn football (6-0, 3-0 Ivy) — coming off a nail-biting final-minute victory against Yale at Franklin Field last week — will travel to Providence, R.I. to take on Brown (2-4, 0-3) in its seventh game of the season and its fourth in Ancient Eight play. Four Daily Pennsylvanian sports reporters make their picks ahead of the Quakers' battle against the Bears.
Kayla Padilla, now a senior, has already been carving her name into Penn basketball history. As a two-time first team All-Ivy player and one of Penn’s most prolific three-point shooters, it’s almost like basketball runs in her blood.
They’ve always said that football is a team sport. But for Logan and Lawson Nash, it’s also a family sport. From pee-wee, to St. Edward High School in Cleveland, and now to Penn, these twins have played alongside each other for almost all of their lives.
Not since 2003 has Penn football (4-0, 1-0 Ivy) had this strong a start to a season, and on Saturday, the Quakers will look to extend their winning ways against a Columbia (3-1, 0-1 Ivy) team that beat them last season 23-14. Four Daily Pennsylvanian Sports reporters make their picks ahead of Penn's second Ivy League game of the season.