In a weekend that brought mixed results, one thing was clear: Coach Nicole Van Dyke may need to find a full-time job as a halftime motivational speaker.
Following a difficult three-interception performance in a loss to Army last week, Penn sprint football’s senior quarterback bounced back in a big way against Cornell on Friday.
The Quakers stayed in Philadelphia when they traveled to play No. 15 Saint Joseph's, where they lost by a score of 3-0.
The Quakers were eager to have a good showing at Boston College’s Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown and at Haverford’s Main Line Invitational.
For the first road game of the season, Coach Wagner and his team headed to Ithaca, N.Y. for a matchup with Ancient Eight rival Cornell.
This weekend, the Quakers collected two more wins after traveling to Riverside, Calif. to compete in the UC Riverside Invitational.
Penn men’s soccer got the crucial bounce when it was needed, and the resulting goal was enough to edge Temple, 1-0.
The fact that the Red and Blue were in that position, where a single play could give them a great chance at a win, should be viewed as a positive moving forward.
In a tightly-contested season opener, the Quakers ultimately fell 28-27 to the Blue Hens.
With new faces on both sides of the ball, Penn football opens the season with a tough road test against No. 20 Delaware (3-0).
The Center, which has a seven-person staff, will aim to launch several new initiatives, as well as improve existing programs, that better support student-athletes at Penn.
For Penn men’s soccer, arguably the most explosive player on the team so far this season has been junior midfielder Joey Bhangdia. Through four games, Bhangdia has two of the Quakers’ four goals, both of which came in wins.
It may still be early, but here are three of the teams that have surprised us with their performances thus far.
Take a look at DP Multimedia's favorite moments from last season's ten Penn football games.
With most sports approaching the end of their nonconference schedules, these are the impact players to watch heading into this weekend.
Three days before the Philadelphia Fury's first home game, the team has withdrawn from the NISA's fall season.
As the Quakers prepare to take on No. 20 Delaware to open their fifth season under head coach Ray Priore, the team recognizes this season marks the end of an era for Penn football.
I don’t think Penn football will be particularly good this year. I also hope they prove me wrong.
Here's a look at the way the other seven teams in the Ancient Eight will line up this season.
Three years ago, Tyler Herrick had his sights set on playing quarterback for Penn. Now, he has a chance to be the Quakers’ number one wide receiver.