"We gotta beat Brown," Penn volleyball coach Kerry Carr said after her team's loss to Yale on Saturday.
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Many Penn students will be relaxing at home this weekend for fall break. But the volleyball players will be on campus, and they certainly won’t be resting.
Unlike last year, Penn volleyball coach Kerry Carr has the veteran firepower needed to keep the team from being reliant on freshmen. But one rookie has forced her way onto the court regardless.
Penn football’s stunning win over Villanova last Thursday earned its players some hardware this week.
With a kill in the opening set of Penn volleyball’s opening game, Jasmine DeSilva’s 2014 season was off to a quick start. But the end would come just as quickly.
The box score reflected the reality: On Sunday night, the Quakers never had a shot.
It’s hard for any foray into the topic of veteran leadership to hit on something new, but Penn volleyball coach Kerry Carr finds herself with a truly unprecedented embarrassment of riches.
Penn’s cross country opener featured some strong times and some shocking timing.
The Quakers finally had a chance to play on their home court this weekend. In fact, they had several.
The Red and Blue finally arrived back home on Friday night, and they brought their winning ways with them.
While Penn volleyball will certainly be hoping for this season to play out differently than last, some things are best left unchanged.
After nearly 10 months with no competition, Penn volleyball will suddenly find itself very busy this weekend.
Feeding off of the crowd wasn’t an option, but one under-the-radar Penn team still found a way to win last Wednesday.
Penn golf is just three good rounds away from a championship. Unfortunately, so is the rest of the Ivy League.
The Quakers held up their end of the bargain on Saturday. But now they need some help.
Yankees legend Yogi Berra claimed his sport was “90 percent mental, and the other half is physical.”
As Penn men’s lacrosse prepares for a do-or-die matchup with Dartmouth on Saturday, its team captain has earned a place in a race for some prestigious individual recognition.
The Big Red weren’t able to break the momentum of the red-hot Quakers.
Mother Nature and Villanova combined to give Penn softball an awfully rude welcome home on Wednesday.
As many of Penn’s teams approach the midpoint of their spring seasons, the women’s golf squad is still waiting to tee off its 2015 campaign. But the Quakers won’t have to wait much longer.