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Welcome back to school! You may just be getting back, totally unprepared for the semester to start, but athletes from seven of Penn's varsity programs have been training for the fall for months.
After a series of cross-country trips that spread the team apart, Penn track and field is reunited. And this time, the Quakers mean business.
With an indoor season already under their belts, the freshmen of Penn track and field have already gotten their feet wet in collegiate competition. Here are some athletes to watch for in the 2016 season:
HANOVER, N.H. — Boom. Lights out.
It was business as usual for what is looking like a title-challenging team.
Finally, every student’s dream to have class outside has come true — at least for some students in Penn's College of Liberal and Professional Studies.
Does man have free will? Perhaps not, according to professor Adrian Raine.
Penn cross country has just one meet left — the Princeton Invitational — before championship season begins, leaving little time for improvement as the men’s and women’s squads search for strength in numbers heading into nationals.
A Mark Cuban-backed college tour is bringing music and entrepreneurship to Penn, and excitement is building among the student body.
After an up-and-down start to the season, Penn volleyball hit its stride on its first weekend of league play.