Shock and disbelief swept through Penn's student-athletes, coaches, and training staff this week as the Ivy League announced its cancellation of the spring sports season due to coronavirus.
As one of the final winter sports to remain active, wrestling faces postseason competition this weekend, while men's and women's lacrosse continue with more tough opponents.
An 11-5 victory over Yale ensured that No. 13 Penn women’s lacrosse will maintain its third consecutive 4-0 start to a season.
The loss drops the Quakers to 1-2 this season, with all of their matchups coming against ranked opponents.
Coming off of its first victory of the season last weekend, No. 6 Penn men's lacrosse will play its first game at Franklin Field to face No. 2 Penn State on Saturday.
No. 13 Penn women's lacrosse topped Rutgers, 11-9, in a back-and-forth home battle. After Wednesday's contest, the Red and Blue improve to 3-0.
Two Penn athletes were honored as Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week and Big 5 Co-Player of the Week for playing important roles in their team's victories this weekend.
Penn women’s lacrosse sealed their first home game of the calendar year with a win, holding the Blue Jays off for a 15-12 victory.
The Quakers’ victory was paced by the performance of junior attacker Sean Lulley, whose efforts were good enough to earn him DP Sports Player of the Week honors.
After a tough season-opening loss to Maryland, No. 8 Penn made the trip to Charlotte, N.C. to face No. 10 Duke, which the Quakers defeated by a score of 14-11.
Following an impressive victory over No. 19 Georgetown, No. 15 Penn women’s lacrosse will host Johns Hopkins at Franklin Field on Saturday, while the men face No. 10 Duke in Charlotte, N.C.
Penn women’s lacrosse swept this week's Ivy League awards as senior attacker Gabby Rosenzweig and junior midfielder Abby Bosco earned Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week, respectively.
Gabby Rosenzweig has made a name for herself in the Ivy League over the last four years, earning two first team All-Ivy nods, including a unanimous selection last season.
In its season opener, No. 6 Penn men's lacrosse traveled to College Park, Md. and fell 17-15 after letting a six-goal lead slip away over the final 19 minutes of play.
No. 12 Penn blew No. 19 Georgetown out of the water on its home turf Saturday afternoon, 17-6. This was the first game of the season for the Quakers but the second for the Hoyas.
The Quakers’ victory was fueled by a stat-sheet stuffing performance by senior midfielder Erin Barry, whose efforts earned her DP Sports Player of the Week.
Penn men's and women's lacrosse kick their 2020 seasons off on the road this weekend, with the women facing Georgetown and the men getting Maryland.
One year removed from a third-place finish in the Ivy League and a 13th consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, Penn women’s lacrosse enters the 2020 season with high expectations.
Penn enters the season as the No. 6 team in the country, and fans and pundits alike are excited to see how the program builds off its most successful season in recent memory.
Penn sophomore midfielder Michaela McMahon helped lead the United States team to their fifth gold medal.