It was a busy weekend to start the spring season for Penn rowing, with boats in the water on both coasts for each of the program’s men’s squads. In the end, it proved to be a successful one, too.
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Penn baseball had a dreadful start to its season, but the Red and Blue have finally gained some momentum, and not a moment too soon.
After getting its first taste of live pitching, real grass and natural sunlight last weekend in Florida, Penn baseball is set to head down to Virginia for a warm spring break.
Penn men's lacrosse snapped a two-game skid in the slushy Lehigh Valley weather on Tuesday night.
Penn baseball will escape the cold with a trip to Florida to open up the 2015 season against Stetson this weekend.
For the second straight weekend, Penn women’s basketball had a successful doubleheader. This time, the Red and Blue got to set a record in the process.
Penn women’s basketball had fun in its 78-57 demolition of Columbia on Saturday. The Red and Blue came within one point of the school’s first-half scoring record, four players scored in double digits and senior Kara Bonenberger notched her 1,000th point.
Penn women's basketball hadn't lost a league game on its home floor since Jan. 11.
It was an action-packed weekend on the road for Penn squash, as the women’s team swept Yale and Brown while the men’s team split against the two schools.
With nonconference play in the rearview mirror, it’s Ivy action from here on out for Penn women’s basketball. The defending champions showed their prowess this weekend against both Dartmouth and Harvard.
The inaugural City 6 Tournament went the host’s way in convincing fashion.
Penn women’s basketball may be coming off of a loss in its last game, but there are a couple streaks coach Mike McLaughlin’s squad will be eager to continue when it takes the court against Hampton on Friday night at the Palestra.
The fall season was certainly a disappointing one for Penn Athletics, but the women’s basketball team’s Ivy League championship banner-raising ceremony on Wednesday night reminded Quakers fans of better times while stirring optimism for the future of the Red and Blue.
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Penn emerged victorious from last year’s Ivy scramble. Let’s take a look at how the league is shaping up as we enter the new season.
A casual observer at the recent Princeton Invitational may have been a bit confused by the sight of the same Penn cross country runner crossing the finish line twice in a one-second span.
Some of these old Quakers have still got it.
One of just two freshmen running with the “A-team” for Penn women’s cross country, Abby Hong is no stranger to finding herself in select groups on the track.
On a busy weekend for Penn athletics in general, cross country in particular had a lot on its hands.