Although the fates of sports seasons around the globe are still up in the air, Penn has numerous athletes looking to continue their success in the fall.
The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships were held on Saturday at Indiana State in Terre Haute, Ind., featuring 253 runners from all over the country in the men’s 10K run.
Heading into a weekend full of demanding meets, Penn athletes have the chance to ramp up their early-season performances in some tough cross country, wrestling, and swimming events.
At the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals, the men’s team finished in fifth place out of 25 teams, while the women’s placed sixth out of 31.
After top performances at Ivy Heps this past week, a number of Penn cross country runners have been rewarded with All-Ivy honors.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's cross country wins the Ivy Heps, Ryan Cragun continues his monster season, and coach Bill Wagner says goodbye to Penn sprint football.
En route to leading the Quakers to a win at the Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country men's championship, the junior finished as the individual runner-up in 24:38.3.
The red-hot Red and Blue cross country teams took to the Bronx, N.Y. to compete in the annual Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, putting up the performance of a lifetime.
This weekend will be an eventful one for Penn men's and women's cross country, as both squads will take the course for the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
Gardizy is making a name for herself as one of Penn women's cross country’s most promising rising stars.
This weekend, Penn cross country traveled to State College, Pa. for the Penn State National Open and to New Jersey for the Princeton Invitational.
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.