Penn’s fall sports season is in full swing as teams begin conference play. Here are three athletes who are looking to rise to the occasion.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football grinds it out on the ground, a field hockey sophomore puts in another full shift, and both men's and women's soccer prevail in shoutout environments.
The Quakers lost to Ivy League powerhouse No. 19 Harvard on Saturday, 6-2, but on Sunday, they were able to bounce back with a late goal against Boston University to win, 1-0.
Penn football finally has its first home game this Friday, but it isn't the only team on campus to follow.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football lights up the scoreboard, volleyball struggles against Princeton, and field hockey bounces back in a big way.
The group ended its losing streak with a 5-2 win against Cornell to open Ivy League play. Penn then rode that momentum to a thrilling 2-1 win over Temple.
To help them out when defending penalty corners, the Quakers sport clear masks, which cover their faces almost entirely.
In the 2018 season, the Schwenksville, Pa. native started 13 of the team's 17 games, playing every minute against 10 opponents.
Alongside regular strength and conditioning, the field hockey team has been taking weekly cryotherapy trips to help with recovery during the season.
After a winless start to the year, Penn field hockey has its sights set on the first Ivy League game of the season against Cornell on Saturday.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football lights up the scoreboard, Ryan Cragun steals the show, and men's soccer comes away with another narrow win.
The Quakers stayed in Philadelphia when they traveled to play No. 15 Saint Joseph's, where they lost by a score of 3-0.
It may still be early, but here are three of the teams that have surprised us with their performances thus far.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football's Eddie Jenkins puts up big numbers, volleyball continues its hot streak, and field hockey gets on the scoreboard.
At the end of the weekend, the Red and Blue stayed winless on the season with losses to the Hawks, 4-2, and the Wildcats, 3-2.
Penn field hockey is scheduled to play more than 40 percent of its matches against nationally ranked teams, but despite not being ranked itself, the team is not intimidated by its schedule.
As the fall sports season get into the swing of things, this weekend will be key for Penn Athletics.
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.
To begin the season on Friday, Penn field hockey fell, 2-0, in a tough battle against No. 10 Wake Forest.
With a number of Penn teams starting their respective seasons this weekend, here are three pressing questions that will be answered by next week.