With 310 victories as Penn men's basketball coach, Fran Dunphy knew the taste of victory in the Palestra.
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Jan. 13, 4:01 p.m.
When senior co-captain Kathryn Turner entered Princeton's Dillon Gym for her last career match, she sensed an unfamiliar atmosphere.
After a loss to Princeton spoiled her first ever Ivy League match, sophomore Megan Tryon sensed what the Penn-Princeton rivalry was all about.
Volleyball senior Stephanie Gwin had to wait until Senior Night to get her first start this season, but she wasted no time capitalizing on the opportunity.
After a disappointing home loss to Princeton to open their final Ivy League season, volleyball senior co-captains Kathryn Turner and Steph Gwin decided to take a more active leadership approach. Becoming more vocal and demanding in practice didn't produce immediate results, as the team went on to drop two of its next three matches.
Penn volleyball had its seven-game win streak snapped by Yale in a five-set thriller at the Palestra Friday night. The loss ended the Quakers' hopes to claim a share of the Ivy League title.
After squeaking out a five-set comeback win on the road against Harvard, Penn's volleyball team once again found itself trailing in the critical first-to-15 fifth set, 6-3, at Dartmouth, knowing that a loss would put it out of contention for the Ivy League title.
With her team out of contention for the Ivy League championship, Harvard volleyball coach Jen Weiss has the group ready to play spoiler.
On her first road trip as an NCAA athlete, Madison Wojciechowski found a unique way of bonding with her new volleyball coach, Kerry Carr.
With the decisive fifth set deadlocked at 14, Penn libero Madison Wojchiechowski watched Cornell's hottest hitter, Meagan Tatum, reach high and deliver a hard strike across the court. "Mojo," as her teammates call her, dove to her left, extended her arms just within reach of the ball and popped Tatum's swing straight up for her 40th dig of the match, setting a new school record.
When the volleyball team went up to Ithaca, N.Y., to face Cornell, the Quakers were easily dispatched for their fifth-straight loss.
The Volleyball team won both of its matches this weekend, beating Columbia 3-1 yesterday before pulling out a 5-set thriller against Cornell.
When Julia Swanson single-handedly stuffed Dartmouth's Kelsey Johnson, she thought she had closed out Penn's sweep of the Big Green. Shock swept her smile away when the referee called her for a penalty.
With the chance to give her team a commanding three-point lead late in the second set, Penn's Julia Swanson made a critical error blocking Columbia sophomore Colleen McNutt, allowing the Lions to close the gap to 21-20.
This week in practice, the volleyball team pitted its starters against the reserves, with the former challenged to win the set down 20-17.
With the chance to give her team a commanding three-point lead late in the second set on Saturday, Julia Swanson made a critical error blocking Columbia sophomore Colleen McNutt, allowing the Lions to pull within one, 21-20.
On Saturday, the Penn women's volleyball team opened its Ivy season at home with a familiar result: a loss to Princeton, its sixth-straight loss to the Tigers.
Sophomore setter Megan Tryon beamed with excitement in anticipation of the volleyball team's road trip this weekend.
Nine days ago, Penn field hockey coach Val Cloud said she was "at wit's end." Her players couldn't avoid slow starts, so she suggested putting a bomb under them.