In a game that Dartmouth came into favored by double digits, Penn fought for a gutsy win to kick off Ivy League play.
Heading into Penn's first Ivy League game of the season, four DP Sports staffers are split on whether or not the Quakers can emerge victorious on the road.
As the fall season heats up, we take a look at what to expect from all of Penn's competing teams this weekend.
Just two games into the season, Penn faces its biggest challenge yet in a Dartmouth team coming off an Ivy League co-championship.
Consistency is written next to Natalie Cao's name on the scorecards, as she works to remain one of the strongest players in Penn golf.
Coming off a hole-in-one at Yale's Fall Intercollegiate, Julie Shin discusses her passion for golf, experience with the team, and her hopes for her Penn career.
Through nine games, freshman Mallory Lucas has seen playing time in all but one contest and scored the game-winning goal in Penn's first win of the season.
On Thursday night, Kevin Stefanski became the first Browns coach to defeat the Steelers three times since Bill Belichick.
This week's DP Sports Player of the Week goes to a defensive lineman that was crucial in Penn football's shutout victory over Lafayette on Saturday.
Aiming to lead amongst the rest of the pack is a central goal in cross country, but senior Zubeir Dagane finds leading the team just as important.
Penn sports are building up to their best forms of the season, now facing schedules stacked with crucial Ivy League competition.
Through seven games, Penn's defense has held firm, thanks in large part to the team's new tactical approach.
Kicking off Ivy League play against arguably the strongest team in the conference, Penn held its own in a low-scoring affair.
Meghan McGinley comes from a family of field hockey players, with her mother having played the sport in college and her twin sister currently competing at a different school.
At the very beginning of his Quaker career, Graves looks ahead at what he sees as a thriving Penn team.
Former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride argues that while Penn's defensive performance against Lafayette was impressive, Dartmouth and other Ivy foes will be bigger challenges that require more offensive support.
It wasn't flashy, but the Quakers came away with a win over the Leopards after falling to them last year. Next up is defending Ivy League co-champions Darmouth.
Though the Quakers currently sit at 0-6, their record doesn't define them just yet, according to sports reporter Juan Tejera.
Following some time away from the game, Brandon Copeland is returning to the NFL on the Baltimore Ravens practice squad.
Having lost last season to the Leopards in week two, Penn football will succeed in extracting its revenge, according to four DP Sports writers.