Here’s what to look forward to this weekend as Penn squash, wrestling, and swimming and diving enter the home stretches of their respective seasons.
While both the men’s and women’s teams were able to edge out the Big Green, they both also fell to the host Bulldogs.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Kayla Padilla continues to be a force on the court, swimming races past the competition, and Evan Lee set a program record in the heptathlon.
While everyone on campus is gearing up for final exams, Penn swimming competed last week at the Miami of Ohio Invitational.
Diveris, who has competed in the Ivy League Championship the past two seasons, has been consistently placing in the 1-meter and 3m dives.
Here are three questions about these teams that will be answered by the end of next week.
Both the men's and women's team ended the meet with victories over the Big Red, but both also lost to the host Tigers.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's basketball knocks off another power conference opponent, squash continues its recent dominance, and Karekin Brooks hits a milestone mark.
Heading into a weekend full of demanding meets, Penn athletes have the chance to ramp up their early-season performances in some tough cross country, wrestling, and swimming events.
The men and women of Penn swimming share the same coaching staff, train together, and often even swim together based on stroke.
In his time with the Quakers, Andrew broke countless program and Ivy League records and was named an All-American his senior season.
Last season, Lee built on this success by becoming the first Penn swimmer take home the title of Ivy League champion in the 400 free relay.
While the women were unable to manage a win at either meet, the men won each of their duals to rebound in a big way after falling at Columbia last week.
Penn swimming traveled to New York this weekend to open its season with a pair of dual meets at Columbia, and the men's and women's teams were handed two losses by the Lions.
As the leaves begin to fall off the trees, the fall sports begin to end. Here are major storylines to look out for as winter sports get ready to kick off.
"Somebody who swims with us as long as they have is part of the Penn swimming community forever, and I’m looking forward to helping do things to help support Dillon," Coach Mike Schnur said.
The Quakers finished in third place after four days of competition at the Ivy League Championships at Brown with 1120.5 points.
As winter teams aim to finish their seasons on a strong note, spring teams strive for a good start to theirs. Here’s a look at the key competitions this weekend.
For most collegiate swimmers, senior year marks the end of their swimming careers. But for Andrew, things might just be getting started, as he has a serious shot at one day making the United States Olympic team.
With increased blood flow, cupping is thought to help reduce muscle tension and promote cell repair – functions that serve swimmers well with their high level of physical exertion.