The Quakers will open their season on the road at No. 3-ranked Georgetown next month.
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.
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.
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.
Remembered for his selfless care and dedication to the team, Penn men's lacrosse continues the legacy of its former captain.
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.
It took five quarters to settle this one, but the Quakers were unable to emerge victorious against Yale on Saturday.
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.
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.
Gergar was crucial in Penn men's lacrosse's victory against No. 7 Duke on Saturday in Long Island.
As the spring sports season is now underway, here's a look at what the men's and women's lacrosse, softball, and baseball teams are doing to prepare.
In a nail-biter against Duke, Penn men's lacrosse came up clutch a few times to secure an upset victory.
At Franklin Field, Georgetown, ranked No. 1 in the Big East conference and No. 3 in DI, and historically victorious over the Quakers (0-3 all time), was bound to be a tough match from the start.
James Farrell, who played for Penn men's lacrosse from 2015 to 2018, was one of five victims of a car accident on Long Island last Saturday along with his brother Michael Farrell.
After four weeks of the season, we check in on how all the Penn alumni are doing in the PLL. Half of them happen to play for the league-leading 4-1 Whipsnakes.