As fall sports progress through October, most Penn Athletics teams continue to face Ivy League opponents and attend crucial meets.
As part of Penn Athletics’ Game Onward Campaign, Penn launched the Penn Track & Field and Cross Country Campaign for Excellence on Wednesday.
Renken is a decorated runner for Penn’s cross country, and he's hoping to exercise his passion for the sport throughout the rest of his life.
For Penn track’s distance runners, the old sports adage of “there is no offseason” could not ring more true, as their commitment to the program lasts nearly the entire school year.
Junior Anthony Russo has excelled representing the Quakers at every recent meet. His younger sister, freshman Delia Russo, has also impressed recently.
In the most recent USTFCCCA National Coaches Poll, the Quakers were ranked No.23, an increase from their initial season rank of No. 28.
It was yet another day of all-around success for the Quakers as the men’s and women’s cross country teams took a short trip to Bethlehem, Pa. to compete in Lehigh's Paul Short Invitational.
Freshmen Sean Banko and Michael Keehan, senior Andrew Hally, and his brother Pat Hally (Class of '17) all attended Salesianum School before donning the Red and Blue.
The Quakers were eager to have a good showing at Boston College’s Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown and at Haverford’s Main Line Invitational.
With most sports approaching the end of their nonconference schedules, these are the impact players to watch heading into this weekend.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn soccer locks down on defense, volleyball gets off to a solid start, and sprint football coach Bill Wagner begins his 50th and final season.
Both Penn men's and women's cross country showed extreme promise competing in the Fordham Fiasco, held in Bronx, N.Y. this weekend.
With a number of Penn teams starting their respective seasons this weekend, here are three pressing questions that will be answered by next week.
Led by Dave Merrick and Karl Thornton, 1971 Penn cross country achieved impressive results in the Ivy League and at the national level.
In what was, on the whole, a mixed bag of a season, the Penn cross country program was able to close its 2018 campaign on an undoubtedly high note.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, both Penn and women's basketball saw key contributions from bench players, football struggled to hold onto the ball, and men's soccer finished its season the way it knows best.
The Quakers returned to the University Park course hoping to hold their own in the Mid-Atlantic region after racing on the same course in early October at the Penn State National Open.
The Quakers will have plenty of opportunities to exact revenge against teams they lost to lost last season, such as Penn State and Villanova on the men’s side and Pittsburgh and Princeton for the women.
At the 2017 iteration of Heps, the men’s squad finished in third place while the women’s came in at seventh place. In this year’s edition, both the men and women took a small step back: fourth place for the men, eighth place for the women.
This Saturday at Princeton — the host of the Ivy Heps — Dolan’s runners will get their chance.