Fifteen weeks into the 2018-2019 season, the Quakers will finally host an Ivy weekend series.
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Sports teams can be like families and for Erin Kiely, Penn swimming got even more familial when her sister Katie joined the team in the fall.
For the first time in 17 years, Penn has the opportunity to win the Big 5 outright.
Sports have seen some impressive last-ditch, Hail Mary shots from distant corners of the court, but few people have witnessed the likes of Kristen Daley’s bucket from the middle of the Palestra stands.
Penn entered the Hornets' nest and came out unscathed.
After getting ahead, the next step is to stay ahead.
They don’t want a piece. They want the whole thing.
The Quakers may be down three starters and a key reserve from last season, but their schedule this year won't be any easier.
On Saturday, Penn men's and women's basketball returned to the Palestra for the Red and Blue Scrimmages — the teams' first appearances in front of fans since last season. With the start of the men's and women's seasons both coming within the next three weeks, here are a few players from both squads to keep an eye on after their impressive performances today.
The advantages of youth are advantages for Penn cross country.
If this game was a roller coaster ride, its up-and-down nature would deem it too unsafe to ride.
Many sports teams put in extra work towards improving their game, but Penn men’s soccer is doing it a little differently. The team's record shows that the Quakers tend to get their extra reps on game day.
It’s all about the culture.
Eating Thanksgiving dinners, opening holiday gifts, and Penn playing Princeton in the Palestra are all time-honored traditions. Sometimes though, the turkey burns, you don’t get the gift you hoped for, or Princeton walks away with a win on Penn’s historic home court.
Drexel and Penn share claims to University City, bus services, and 33rd Street, but the battle for field hockey superiority was won by the Quakers.
For many Penn students, NSO is all about having fun. For the men’s soccer team, this year's return is all business.
Soccer’s version of the Battle of 33rd Street ended in a stalemate.
It was a big summer for soccer, and not just because of the 2018 World Cup.
For many teams, the last regular season home game is dedicated to honoring that year’s senior class. Penn baseball is no different and used the opening ceremony of the third game of its series this weekend to celebrate its seniors. The five soon-to-be-graduates walked with their families onto the field, as their younger teammates observed and applauded.
After this weekend, the Quakers will still seek to win their first Ivy series of the year.