As a couple of the teams compete for Ivy League and NCAA titles, here's a look at the best seniors on each of Penn's spring sports rosters.
Kowalski wins the award after earning honorable mention All-Ivy for her final Quaker season, and for acting as a writer for DP Sports all four years of her time at Penn.
After a third-quarter offensive outburst, Penn men's lacrosse rolled past Yale to win its second straight Ivy title.
In the final moments of overtime, Dylan Gergar and James Shipley connected in backyard ball fashion to inch the Quakers above the Hawks.
As the regular season wraps up for Penn men's lacrosse, here's a look at the team's top plays during the season thus far.
As the Quakers make an NCAA Championship run, they'll be assisted in goal by Patrick Burkinshaw, who came to Penn having already won an NCAA Championship of his own.
With the passion for lacrosse instilled in her by her mother, Anna Brandt is making her mark on Penn women's lacrosse.
In a crucial matchup against Ivy rival Harvard, the Red and Blue pulled out a close win, bringing their NCAA Division I ranking to No. 4.
For the first time since March 19, Penn women's lacrosse added to its win total, defeating Brown 13-7.
Remembered for his selfless care and dedication to the team, Penn men's lacrosse continues the legacy of its former captain.
Despite only being a freshman, Penn women's lacrosse attacker Keeley Block leads the team in goals scored this season.
The Quakers dropped their fourth consecutive game, this time losing a Saturday afternoon road contest with Cornell.
Coming off a tough OT loss against Yale last weekend, the Quakers traveled back to Franklin Field to face the Brown Bears, but fell surprisingly 12-10 despite Dylan Gergar's three goals.
Cumiskey's coach, Karin Corbett, sees the sophomore midfielder as having the potential to become a truly special talent for the Penn women's lacrosse team.
It took five quarters to settle this one, but the Quakers were unable to emerge victorious against Yale on Saturday.
Against one of the best teams in the nation, the Quakers held their own, but fell short after a difficult third quarter.
Although Penn women's lacrosse lost to Yale over the weekend, there were a couple of standout plays that should keep Quaker fans optimistic heading into the team's matchup against Northwestern.
Young Quakers is a Netter Center program that partners varsity Penn athletes with K-8 students at Penn's University-Assisted Community Schools (UACS) in West Philadelphia.
Senior Sam Handley and sophomore Cam Rubin each scored three goals, as many Quakers impressed in the crucial mid-season game.
The Quakers, who came into the game ranked No. 6 in the nation, faced a tough test against No. 3-ranked Princeton, but a season-high number of goals scored couldn't get the job done.