Penn gymnastics' graduating class went out in style in the team's Senior Meet.
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After being sparked by an 18-3 run in the second quarter, Penn women's basketball defeated Dartmouth, 60-44, on Friday night. On the second night of the road back-to-back, the Red and Blue managed to come back from a 10-point third quarter deficit against Harvard but ultimately fell to the Crimson in double overtime, 80-72, ending their undefeated run in the Ivy League.
It wasn’t easy, but once again, the Quakers got the job done.
Once again, the Quakers could not be stopped.
As January comes to an end, it's time for conference play.
Not even winter break was able to stop the activity at Sheerr Pool as Penn swimming hosted their second Ivy League — and last home — tri-meet of the season against Dartmouth and Yale. And they were not disappointed.
For the second year in a row, Penn men's and women's swimming took a trip to Knoxville, Tenn. to compete against some of the nation’s best teams in the Tennessee Invitational.
Is there a better way to go out?
Unsurprisingly, the Quakers found themselves in double-overtime. But this time, they found a way to win.
A strong but scoreless first half, an early goal in the second, and a shutout victory — in other words, just another day at the office for Penn women’s soccer.