We know who the players for Penn football are, but do we know which team will show up on Saturdays?
During Saturday’s rough game, Penn (1-1) only obtained the lead on one occasion, and once that happened, the Quakers quickly gave up two consecutive touchdowns, punctuating a difficult outing for the Red and Blue.
This Saturday, the Red and Blue travel an hour north to Fisher Stadium to take on Layfayette (0-3) in a search to stay undefeated on the season.
Athletes are excited not only about competing on the field for the first time, but also experiencing the life of a student-athlete on campus.
The fall sports season is fully underway for Penn, and many teams will look to build on the momentum they established in the first few weeks of matches moving into the beginning of Ivy League play. Here is a look at what the soccer, volleyball, and field hockey teams are up against this weekend.
Penn men's golf improved upon their results from the first week of the season.
The women's soccer goalkeeper netted a season- and career-high six saves this weekend.
Eleinen, who hails from Egypt, is preparing to enter his senior season for Penn squash and is expected to have another huge year after a sophomore season in which he was deemed first team CSA All-America and unanimously named first team All-Ivy.
It was a rough one on offense for Penn men’s soccer Monday night against Rutgers University across the border in New Jersey.
In the team's second invitational and first full-roster competition of the season, Penn men's tennis had a strong showing while hosting the Penn Invitational.
Penn women's tennis team blew away the competition at the Columbia Invitational in Flushing, N.Y. The competition featured a double-elimination bracketed tournament in both the singles and doubles draw.
This weekend, the Quakers (3-3) invited two formidable foes to Ellen Vagelos Field in St. Joe's and Towson.
The Ivy League's return to action this weekend was a success, with the league as a whole winning five of eight matchups.
After a much longer-than-anticipated break from action, Penn sprint football finally got to don red and blue once again.
Patience was key for Penn men’s soccer as the Quakers proved a 5-1 result over St. Mary's at Rhodes Field; a redemption over the shared draw of Monday's game against Loyola Maryland.
After an early lead, a controversial goal, seven minutes of overtime, and over a dozen headers, Penn women’s soccer won its game against Rice, 2-1.
Despite starting out each matchup with a set victory, Penn volleyball lost both of its games this weekend to bring their record to 3-6 on the season.
The Quakers trounced the Bison by a whopping 24-point margin, in large part due to the play of their new starting quarterback, senior John Quinnelly.
Thanks to a shutout from goalkeeper Laurence Gladu and a pair of goals from Sizzy Lawton and Lauren Teuschl, the Quakers came away with a win over Villanova.
Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride argues that Penn football's two non-conference games before it faces off against Dartmouth will be key in the team's quest to find its identity.