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Penn softball hit its stride this week, and not a minute too soon. The Quakers are about to be truly tested by this weekend’s road trip to Harvard and Dartmouth.
On Saturday night, one of Penn’s all-time best swimmers stepped up to the starting block for her final time with the Quakers.
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When Penn softball captured the Ivy League Championship last year, the Quakers did it with a team that was almost entirely comprised of veterans and upperclassmen.
While the weather might still be cold in Philadelphia, the spring season is heating up quickly for the Penn track and field program.
Over the course of a weekend of racing, the Penn women’schanged from "woman's" to "women's" swimming and diving team put together an impressive string of results against the rest of the Ancient Eight at the Ivy League Championships.
Swim meets are known for being close affairs. Individual events are often contested by tenths of a second, and the meets themselves often come down to just a few points.
After a successful weekend at the Sykes & Sabock Challenge in early February, the Quakers returned to the historic New York Armory this week for two more competitions.
Week in and week out, one of the strongest aspects of the Penn men’s swimming team’s performances has been its dominant relay teams.
Penn men’s swimming will have its hands full this weekend when a talented No. 23 Harvard squad visits Philadelphia.
It was just about the best weekend that the Quakers could have hoped for.
In the latter half of our two-part look at Penn winter sports, we focus on men’s hoops, swimming, track and field and fencing.
If this was any other team, there might be reason for concern.
It was a tale of two meets for the Penn swimming and diving teams this weekend.
Unless you frequently visit Penn’s Sheerr Pool, or are actually on the swimming team, you have probably never spent much time looking at the record boards that hang at the south end of the pool.
Compared to the hundreds of minutes that members of the Penn cross country team have ran in the past few month, another 30 might seem like nothing. But for two of Penn’s finest runners, the next half hour of racing will possibly be the most important of their careers so far.
The Penn cross country team picked a really good day to have its best race of the season.
When most collegiate athletes begin their sophomore seasons, they do so in the hopes of improving on their freshman year, whether that means lowering their times or making more of an impact at the varsity level.
Getting up early on weekends is a struggle for everyone, especially college athletes. But for the members of the Penn men’s lightweight and women’s crew teams, getting up on one particular Sunday was something they were actually looking forward to.