Diveris, who has competed in the Ivy League Championship the past two seasons, has been consistently placing in the 1-meter and 3m dives.
Beginning this season, the three-point line has been extended to 22 feet and 1¾ inches, up from the 20-foot, 9-inch line that was in place for the previous decade.
In accordance with a yearly Friendsgiving tradition, every year the team's players gather the week before Thanksgiving for an annual team dinner.
Penn women’s basketball took on La Salle at Tom Gola Arena, winning by a score of 65-49.
Penn men’s basketball has played nine games. The Quakers have won five — two against power-conference teams in enemy territory as double-digit underdogs.
Here are three questions about these teams that will be answered by the end of next week.
In late November, the Red and Blue hit the road to take part in the Penn State Garret Open. But now, they have a long break before their next official event on Jan. 12.
A number of freshmen have joined the Red and Blue, and the transition to college fencing has proven to be a major change.
Penn men’s basketball fell to No. 23 Villanova, 80-69, at Finneran Pavilion on Wednesday night in its search for a second consecutive upset over the Wildcats.
Coming off a 2-1 showing at the Wooden Legacy, Penn men's basketball is back in the Philadelphia area to face Big 5 rival Villanova.
Li, a junior from Palo Alto, Calif., began his fencing journey at the age of eight like many: through his love for Captain Jack Sparrow.
Coach Andy Ma's 10 seasons as the head coach of both the men’s and women’s programs have been exceptional.
Coming off of its first loss of the season, Penn women’s basketball rallied to handily defeat Hartford by a 74-46 score.
After Penn men's basketball's third-place finish at the Wooden Legacy this weekend, two Quakers were awarded individual honors for the Ivy League and Big 5.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's and women's basketball hit the road for contests on Thanksgiving weekend.
An outsider looking in might be wondering how the Quakers will perform this year after Reeham Sedky’s graduation, but Ashley Manning has come in to fill the gap.
The Red and Blue went 2-1 in their three games this weekend and took home a third-place finish. Here are three takeaways from the Quakers’ trip across the country.
To cap off their appearance in the Wooden Legacy tournament in Anaheim, Calif., the Quakers faced off against Long Beach State on Sunday and came away with the win over the Beach.
After a narrow 68-67 victory over the Knights, the Quakers fell to No. 14 Arizona by a score of 92-82 in an offensive battle.
Penn women’s basketball fell to Duke in the early afternoon of Black Friday, but the Quakers showed enough to quench any suspicions that the team’s 4-0 start was a fluke.