Penn's winter sports teams aren't resting just yet. Though the women's squash season is winding down, indoor track and field and gymnastics still have a few weeks to go.
The Quakers came out on top during their final regular season competition on Sunday, placing first with a score of 193.425.
Freshman McCaleigh Marr of Penn gymnastics has been named ECAC Rookie of the Week twice already for her performances on the beam and bars.
As winter sports enter the last leg of the seasons, here’s a look at what these three teams are up against this weekend.
Penn gymnastics was handed a tight loss by Temple on Sunday, the team's third home loss this season.
After going 0-2 to start the season but still showing flashes of brilliance, the Quakers arrived at Cornell to take on the Big Red seeking their first win of 2020.
Despite strong beam and floor rotations, the Red and Blue struggled overall in their latest home meet and fell 193.575 to 190.875 to the Scarlet Knights.
Here is a breakdown of gymnastics' different events, and who to watch on the Quakers in each for the 2020 season.
Breaking onto the scene with a dominant season may be hard to follow up, but that is exactly what sophmore Sydney Kraez plans to do for Penn gymnastics.
After starting the 2020 season with a loss to Towson, the Red and Blue are hoping to secure a win this time around against Rutgers.
The eight athletes — one-third of the entire team — already experienced their first two meets as college competitors, and much is expected of them in the years ahead.
This Sunday, the Quakers traveled to Washington to compete against Cornell, Kent State, and George Washington in the Lindsey Ferris Invitational.
Sophomore Sydney Kraez won both the vault and floor exercise in a 192.650-191.425 loss against Towson last Sunday.
The seniors were sent off in a strong team effort, as Penn scored its second-best point total on the season at 193.125.
Here's a look at six impressive athletes who can make a big impact this upcoming weekend in their respective events.
On the home side's senior night, the Tribe finished just ahead of the visiting Quakers by a score of 192.450 to 191.850.
Spring break was an exciting time for Penn Athletics. With impressive wins from many teams, the Quakers had a lot of success.
Penn ended the afternoon in third place with a score of 193.100, just two points behind Yale, which took home the trophy with a score of 195.100.
The stakes have never been higher this winter for Penn track, swimming, and gymnastics.
After putting up their second highest score of the season, but still finishing third out of four teams last week, the Quakers returned to the Palestra hoping to bounce back in a meet against William & Mary.