As Kayla Padilla stepped back from the role of leading scorer, her teammates thrived from her support off the ball.
Coming off a tough loss to Yale, the Quakers managed to bounce back in a come-from-behind victory over Brown.
In a high-scoring affair, the Quakers fought valiantly but fell by nine points to the Bulldogs on the road.
Despite a valiant effort in the last three quarters, the Quakers could not overcome their first-quarter struggles to snap their three-game winning streak.
With just four games remaining until the Ivy Tournament, Penn students should start rallying around this team that looks to have a shot at making March Madness.
The Bulldogs are currently riding an extended win streak of their own, but if recent history is any indication, the Quakers will have a fighting chance to pull off the win.
In another record-breaking outing for the Quakers, junior gymnast McCaleigh Marr brought her best to the beam to claim the title.
Players of men's tennis come from across the country and the world to convene as the Red and Blue as one of the most geographically diverse rosters in Penn sports.
Only four Quakers have ever run a sub-four-minute mile in indoor competition. One of them is current senior Ray Sellaro.
Following mixed performances in the Penn State Invitational and the Philadelphia Invitational, Penn’s men and women’s fencing teams had to chase success in the Ivy League Round-Robin Championships through the weekend, but fell under expectations.
More than 300 current and former swimmers signed a letter in support of Penn women's swimmer Lia Thomas and all transgender and nonbinary athletes.
Penn's score was the highest ever for an Ivy League program, despite the Quakers falling short to the Towson Tigers, who scored 195.950.
After suffering a freak injury during last year's canceled season, Clark Slajchert rallied back to become a focal point for the Quakers as they make a run at the Ivy title.
Penn wrestling continued its success this past weekend, with two big conference wins against the No. 19 Princeton Tigers and the Drexel Dragons.
In addition to two players that are currently on the roster, Northfield Mount Hermon has produced several other Quakers, including Red and Blue legend AJ Brodeur.
Over 53 years in the making, the No. 1 men’s team in the nation added another notch on its belt, storming to the title last Sunday with a win over Cornell.
The Quakers have now won back-to-back Ivy League games for the first time this season, and they continue to right the ship following a mid-season five-game losing streak that threatened their Ivy Tournament hopes.
The Quakers emerged victorious with a score of 82-74 on the back of yet another monstrous Jordan Dingle performance, as he finished with 33 points.
The team features fencers from seven different states and four countries.
After last playing as a Quaker in March of 2020, AJ Brodeur reflects on playing professionally through various European leagues.