Penn men’s soccer's fourth game of the season against Rutgers on Tuesday night seemed like a page out of its book from the 2018 season.
Nearly a year removed from suffering season-ending injuries in Penn football’s 2018 opener, the two-time second team All-Ivy defensive back has returned for his fifth year as a Quaker.
This year, a new setter is making an impact for Penn. Freshman Taylor Fourticq has played in four matches and already has 132 assists.
Mike McCurdy, former sprint football quarterback and 2017 Penn graduate, never ceased to impress on and off the field during his time on campus.
The senior was the program’s leading scorer in 2018, and she has stayed right on track in the new year.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football's Eddie Jenkins puts up big numbers, volleyball continues its hot streak, and field hockey gets on the scoreboard.
On Friday, the Quakers visited Bucknell and emerged with a solid 2-0 victory before returning home to Rhodes Field for a 4-0 win over Loyola (Md.).
At the end of the weekend, the Red and Blue stayed winless on the season with losses to the Hawks, 4-2, and the Wildcats, 3-2.
Dane Jacomen might be new to the role of starting goalie for Penn men's soccer, but the sophomore is already showing why he belongs there.
The Quakers reigned victorious this weekend at the Palestra, as they welcomed three teams for the Valley Forge Sports Invitational.
For the first time this year, the Red and Blue couldn’t manage to come on top, losing by a score of 1-0.
In coach Bill Wagner’s last ever season opener, Penn sprint football was unable to complete its comeback as time expired, suffering a 24-21 loss to Army at Franklin Field on Friday night.
Penn field hockey is scheduled to play more than 40 percent of its matches against nationally ranked teams, but despite not being ranked itself, the team is not intimidated by its schedule.
As the fall sports season get into the swing of things, this weekend will be key for Penn Athletics.
The seniors of Penn women's soccer have one last season to achieve their goals and make a lasting impact on the team.
Overall, college football has seen a steady decline in game attendance, and Penn is all too familiar with this issue.
This is what has made Wagner so popular throughout his whole life: his unbounded enthusiasm for sports, his genuine passion for all that he does, his unwavering commitment to others.
During their freshman year, Jenkins and Hermann joined the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, where both served in leadership roles.
One constant for the Red and Blue offense in 2019 will be first team All-Collegiate Sprint Football League sophomore wide receiver Brendan McCaffrey.
Now, the Quakers will have to look to the returning members of the team for defensive talent.