7-0 against Buffalo and 6-1 over Temple put men's tennis at 2-0 to open the spring season.
The young Quakers turned in a historic performance in Sunday's meet.
The No. 1 ranked men's team dominated two top five opponents in Trinity and Yale over the weekend.
This past season, under former offensive coordinator Kevin Morris, Penn’s offense was ranked last in the Ivy League for scoring and total yards, and second-to-last in rushing and passing.
This week's DP Sports Player of the Week goes to men's basketball phenom Jordan Dingle, who put up 31 points in a crucial win over Yale.
The Red and Blue's recent Ivy League success is a ways away from the team's putrid loss to Columbia, and the way that they've changed is by prioritizing offensive values that have been crucial in the past.
With nine wrestlers ranked in the NCAA first Coaches Panel Rankings for 2021-22, Penn took on Columbia for the first time in almost two years.
Over two consecutive weekends, Penn's fencing teams went up against some high-quality competition and came up short at some points and victorious in others.
The Quakers continued their momentum from last week’s Penn 10-Team Select and had a strong showing in New York.
The college basketball season is at its midway point and teams are in the thick of conference play, with contenders starting to find their form.
With only two meets remaining until the Ivy League Championships in February, Penn men’s and women’s swimming looked to right their respective ships this weekend.
Yale was left to chase Penn for the lead throughout the game, but the Quakers held on to emerge with the win 76-68.
In a road matchup against Yale, the Quakers struggled to gain their footing throughout the game, never once grabbing the lead at any point.
After Penn swimmer Lia Thomas broke meet and program records at the Zippy Invitationals, the NCAA's policies on transgender athletes have drawn national attention.
Cancellations and postponements defined the winter break for college sports across the United States, and Penn was no exception.
After a couple of weeks without checking in, we are back to report that only one of the four Penn alumni in the NFL reached the playoffs.
Senior Sports Editor Matthew Frank argues that if students aren't allowed in the arena for Penn home games — which are normally free for students — they should be allowed to watch them without charge.
Despite an impressive first half performance from Penn, the Red and Blue were unable to steal the lead from the Tigers in the second half.
After picking up its third win in a row against Dartmouth this Saturday, Penn's loss against a strong Princeton team today temporarily stopped Penn's forward momentum in its tracks.
On Saturday, the men’s team, currently ranked No 1. in the country, went up against No. 2 Harvard and prevailed 6-3 in a hard-fought battle.