It wasn’t quite the weekend Penn softball expected.
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Penn swimming has become accustomed to rewriting the record books over the last few years, and even marks that have stood for 44 years aren’t safe anymore.
For many years, Ivy League swimming has been just a three-horse race between Harvard, Princeton and Yale. But at this year’s Ivy Championship meet at Harvard, Penn women’s swimming showed the rest of the league that it isn’t far behind.
While every team has reason to miss its graduating class of athletes after a season ends, that loss can sometimes be less painful when countered by the promise of incoming new talent.
If you happen to watch senior swimmer Alex Porter slowly limp around the Sheerr Pool, dressed in street clothes and chatting with his teammates, you might think he was just another athlete who had his collegiate sports career cut short by injury.
Once again, Penn finds itself .500 on the week.
Even far from home, no swimming record is safe.
And then there was one.
Senior Kamar Saint-Louis lying sprawled out with his head buried in the turf after the final whistle — a visual encapsulation of Penn men’s soccer’s final game.
Nothing motivates better than a rivalry, and for Penn swimming, an early season meet against Columbia has the Quakers primed to start the year off quickly.
There’s a moment in every team’s season when it becomes apparent whether those long months of training have really paid dividends. For the men and women of Penn cross country, that moment is right now.
All roads lead to Heptagonals for Penn cross country, and fortunately for the Quakers, they are going to be intimately familiar with the road in question.
Prior to his shutout performance at Cornell for Penn men’s soccer, we spoke with junior goalkeeper Max Polkinhorne to ask him a few questions in this edition of 30 Seconds With ...
It’s hard to call the first game of Ivy play a must-win for any team, but Penn men’s soccer just might be the exception.
While plenty of attention has been paid to the talented underclassmen of Penn women’s cross country, the men’s program boasts some young firepower of its own.
When coach Rudy Fuller put together his team’s schedule this year, everyone knew this road trip would be tough.
The adage goes “It’s a marathon, not a sprint,” but starting a distance race on the right foot sure can’t hurt.
No matter what school Penn men’s soccer is facing on any given week, you can bet there is one Quakers player that is at the top of everyone’s scouting report.
Nonconference games have just not been kind to Penn softball this season.
After what was an erratic but successful weekend for Penn softball against Cornell, the Quakers will look to regroup as Drexel stops by for a Wednesday nonconference matchup at Penn Park.