As the winter sports start to head down the final stretch, we discussed which Penn Athletics team has the most critical games in the upcoming weekend.
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Penn basketball swept Dartmouth and Harvard over the weekend at the Palestra. How did the Quakers manage to secure their first two Ivy wins of the season?
It took awhile, but the Quakers are on the board in the 14-game tournament.
It may not be a triumphant return of a beloved tradition, but the Red and Blue could sure use a triumph or two this weekend. Stop the presses: The Ivy doubleheader is returning to the Palestra.
The final tune-up before the battle for the Ivy League saw Penn fencing pitted against some of the best the rest of the nation has to offer.
The Red and Blue will get a chance this weekend to rebound from a tough loss. But with non-conference play having reached its end, the next loss could be devastating.
On Tuesday, Penn volleyball and coach Kerry Carr announced the five members of the 2016 recruiting class, including Ariana Wiltjer, a middle blocker from Portland, Ore. The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Wiltjer about why she chose Penn, what she brings to the Red and Blue and, most importantly, what she would do if she won the Powerball.
The Quakers want to be the Ivy League’s top team for the first time in nine years, but they’ll have to do it without the top player in program history.
Benjamin Franklin’s noble cause lives on in a group of Quakers who work to ensure that there is no perspiration without representation.
When it comes to men’s basketball, the Ivy League is unique, but it looks like that’s about to change.
Penn Athletics saw its fair share of improvement this past fall. After finishing in the bottom half of the Ivies last year, Penn football won a share of the Ancient Eight title, while Penn men’s cross country had possibly its best season in program history.
The Quakers have many things to be thankful for, but rest isn’t one of them.
They work together, but only when the rest of us aren’t paying attention.
Penn volleyball will carry some momentum and added confidence into the fall of 2016 after a strong finish to the 2015 campaign. But it will also certainly be leaving plenty behind.
As we enter the final weekend of the 2015 season, Penn volleyball is already looking towards the future. But for the team’s five leaders, there is no tomorrow.
This season, Penn women’s basketball captains have some big shoes to fill — and some unorthodox ways to go about filling them.
It’s been a rough season for the Quakers, but they’ll certainly be entering their final home game of the year on a high note.
Their biggest meet may still be months away, but the Quakers will finally have a chance to get their feet wet this weekend.
This weekend, Penn volleyball will have some intimidating guests at its Halloween party.
The story of the 2015 Ivy League volleyball campaign has been one of balance and unpredictability.