Penn women’s lacrosse finished off its away game sweep with a hefty 15-5 victory over Rutgers Wednesday night.
This weekend, Penn men’s basketball will go on the road to face Harvard and Dartmouth on Friday and Saturday night, respectively.
The Ivy League announced Wednesday morning that the League’s basketball tournament would rotate to every school in the conference through 2025. This is, simply, a complete travesty.
To get their season in full swing, the Quakers will travel to the South for the majority of spring break, competing against several highly competitive teams.
As winter teams aim to finish their seasons on a strong note, spring teams strive for a good start to theirs. Here’s a look at the key competitions this weekend.
The Quakers will face off against Middle Tennessee and Furman on Friday, Ball State and Bethune-Cookman on Saturday, and Troy on Sunday.
On Tuesday, the Ivy League announced that Ivy Madness will move throughout the conference through at least 2025.
Although the 68-53 result bring the Tigers even with the Red and Blue atop the Ivy League, both teams still have much to play for with four games remaining.
On Tuesday, the Ivy League announced the 2019 Indoor All-Ivy track and field teams, and Penn was well-represented.
Penn has been the dominant team in the League all season, but with their loss to Princeton on Tuesday, the Quakers are set to have to battle against the Tigers for the top spot.
Princeton's Bella Alarie exploded for 33 points and 10 rebounds on Tuesday night and the visiting Tigers rolled to a 68-53 win.
There still remains a plethora of possible Ivy League tournament scenarios with just four games left to play for each team.
Penn women's basketball hopes to continue its strong run in conference play against archrival Princeton at the Palestra.
Penn has seen some of the nation's premier black athletes come through its doors over the last century, and there are no doubt many more to follow.
Following her outstanding performance against Columbia and Cornell, senior forward Princess Aghayere earned co-Ivy League and Big 5 Player of the Week honors.
The Red and Blue began the day strong with a dominant 23-4 win over Johns Hopkins. Their success continued with a 16-11 win versus St. Johns and a subsequent 17-10 victory against Princeton.
This weekend in Cambridge, Mass., Penn women's track repeated as champions with 136 points while the men finished second behind Princeton.
The Quakers ended the dual meet season on Sunday in Bethlehem, Pa. Hoping to steal a win away from No. 20 Lehigh, the Red and Blue came up short and concluded the regular season with a 34-6 defeat.
Penn ended the afternoon in third place with a score of 193.100, just two points behind Yale, which took home the trophy with a score of 195.100.
On Friday, Penn women’s squash bowed out in the first round in an 8-1 loss to Trinity. In the consolation bracket, the Red and Blue dropped both of their matches against Columbia and Drexel.