After a year of canceled competition, fall sports returned this season to Penn's campus. With them, many Quaker seniors were able to make one last mark on the program they dedicated their college careers to.
Fall sports have ended, but nonetheless, these Quakers' outstanding seasons are ones to remember, ranging from veteran, senior captains to inexperienced freshmen.
Now that fall sports have come to a close, here's a look at how seven Quaker teams did this year.
A strong performer for the Quaker's men's cross country this year is senior captain Noah Carey. The first team All-Ivy runner finished third in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship this past Friday, earning a trip to the national championship.
Winter sports are in full swing this weekend, as the last remaining fall sports see their conclusions.
Penn men’s and women’s cross country team competed at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship hosted by Lehigh on Nov. 12.
Senior Noah Carey led the way for Quaker cross country this weekend in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, finishing with a career-best 23:56.60, enough for seventh place and a first team All-Ivy nod.
Although the meets were highlighted by some bright finishes from Penn's runners, the women's team concluded their College Blue 5k in 25th out of 25th place.
Penn's cross country squads kicked off their seasons at the Lehigh Invitational, with both men's and women's finishing in the top five out of the eight schools there.
Orie’s path to competing at Penn was atypical. The Buffalo, N.Y. native grew up as a multi-sport athlete, sampling nearly every sport that she could. Even when it came time to specialize in sports early in high school, running hadn’t crossed Orie’s mind yet.
When distance runner Tim Dolan hit the track of Franklin Field for the first time as a Quaker, he carried his feet with the experience and tenacity he had gathered over his distinguished high school running career.
As Melissa Tanaka begins her senior farewell tour for the Red and Blue, she looks to even further strengthen her impressive winning resumé for both Penn cross country and track and field.
There was not one single ‘color line’ to cross at Penn, but many — and the names and stories of several Quakers who defied the odds to wear the Red and Blue are lost to history.
Bader is a key part of Penn track’s future — even if she still has yet to compete in the event that might epitomize her time with the Quakers.
Training together is impossible with the team divided, but a few of Penn's men's cross country runners are traveling way outside the box and using this time to get a leg up on the competition.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with cross country and track and field junior Ariana Gardizy to ask her 15 questions. Here's what she had to say.
The DP sat down with rising cross country senior Anthony Russo to ask him 15 questions. Here's what he had to say.
Ivy League rules state that students who graduate can no longer participate in athletic competition, so current seniors would have to remain enrolled through next fall to stay on their teams.
After his final collegiate season was cut short, Andrew Hally decided to go out on his own terms.
After concern that the demotions could reduce diversity on campus and in athletics, Brown reversed its decision to cut the teams.