After a year of canceled competition, winter 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.
In the Gymnastics East Conference's inaugural season, the Quakers have managed to reign supreme as the regular season champions, which will aid them as they head to GEC Championships this weekend.
Keep up to date with the Quakers as winter sports charge towards final gasps for glory at NCAA Championships and spring sports show hints of what the coming season has in store.
Sophomores Ana and Sara Kenefick and freshmen Isabella and Marigold Garrett translate their teamwork as twins to teamwork as Quakers.
In another record-breaking outing for the Quakers, junior gymnast McCaleigh Marr brought her best to the beam to claim the title.
Penn's score was the highest ever for an Ivy League program, despite the Quakers falling short to the Towson Tigers, who scored 195.950.
Sophomore gymnast Sara Kenefick had a strong showing against Yale this past weekend, winning the all-around title with a total score of 38.975.
Beginning on Feb. 1, spectators will be allowed to attend winter sports competitions, which includes men’s and women’s basketball.
The young Quakers turned in a historic performance in Sunday's meet.
Winter sports competition will continue behind closed doors as Penn responds to rising COVID-19 cases in Philadelphia as well as across collegiate sports.
With winter sports right around the corner, here's a look at which Penn teams will be in action this upcoming season.
Along with three other Ivy League schools, the Quakers will be an inaugural member of the eight-team Gymnastics East Conference this upcoming season.
While many look to dismiss Simone Biles' mental health troubles as trivial and meaningless, her struggles are not far removed from what many gymnasts end up experiencing during their careers.
While it didn't end as abruptly as last year's season, this year's athletics season was marred by cancellations and a lack of play.
For many of Penn's graduating seniors, this meant that they had no traditional senior night. In honor of these soon-to-be graduates, here's a look at some of the seniors from winter sports that impacted their respective programs the most.
Kyra Adams is a former Penn gymnastics standout turned consultant who has found purpose in her new career.
What started in a mommy-and-me gymnastics coordination class blossomed into a lifelong commitment. Nelson is no stranger to success, including qualifying to Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships in 2016 and 2017.
Despite Penn volleyball not playing since November 2019 and gymnastics not competing since March 2020, both teams recently announced their recruiting haul for the Class of 2025.
March 10, 2020 was a fateful day for Ivy League athletes, and, as we would later find out, an omen of things to come not only for the sports world, but the planet as a whole.
Penn senior Jordyn Mannino began her gymnastics career doing Mommy and Me classes as a toddler, where she discovered her love for running and tumbling in the gym.
In the sports world, the coronavirus has taken away many opportunities from Penn athletes, but it has also opened the door for athletes to step up and contribute to their teams in new ways.