Penn women’s basketball took second in the Ivy League preseason poll with 107 points and two first-place votes, while Princeton unanimously captured first place with 133 points and 14 of the 17 first-place votes.
On Saturday, Penn men’s and women’s basketball will play at home in the annual Red and Blue Scrimmage. The two intrasquad games mark the Quakers’ first public competition this season, giving both old and new players a chance to impress their coaches and shine in front of the teams’ fans.
This Saturday, the Quakers, currently on a four-game win streak and nine matches without a loss, will travel to New Haven to battle a familiar foe in Yale.
Penn football will play on Friday night for the first time this season in its home matchup against Yale. Aside from the spectacle of playing under Friday night lights, the contest will also be on ESPNU, making it a nationally-televised affair.
This Saturday, the Quakers (2-4-4, 0-3 Ivy) will face off against the Bulldogs (6-4-2, 1-1-1) at Reese Stadium in New Haven, CT.
In the throes of Ivy League play, our staff decided to take a look at the best individual performers of Penn Athletics' fall season.
On Tuesday, the Ivy League released its men’s basketball preseason poll. Last year's co-champions, Penn and Harvard, were voted to the top two spots, and received all but one first-place vote.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, multiple players broke through for stellar games and Penn football won ugly against Columbia.
The heroics, in addition to his team-leading six solo tackles, earned the eastern Pennsylvania native Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors for the first time in his career.
In Part I, three former Penn sprint football players deal with the effects of playing through brain injuries during the 2017 season. When they played through their concussions, they didn't think they'd still be feeling the effects today.
In their last tuneup before the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship, Penn men’s and women’s cross country teams competed against nationally-ranked teams at the Penn State National Open in State College, Pa.
On Saturday, the Red and Blue went on the road to take on four-time defending Ivy League champion Dartmouth. The Big Green came out on top, handing the Quakers a 3-1 loss.
The Red and Blue were victorious, winning 1-0 in a hard-fought nail-biter that came down to the final few minutes.
Friday afternoon was a de facto elimination game between Penn field hockey and Columbia, and the Red and Blue played like it from start to finish.
The Quakers secured their first and second Ivy League victories of the season upon welcoming Columbia and Cornell to the Palestra this weekend, beating Columbia 3-0 and Cornell 3-1.
Sulaimon combined for 29 kills and four blocks over both games, the first and second in Ivy play all season for the Quakers, and the 17 against the Big Red tied her career-high set earlier this season against Georgetown.
In the return of reigning first team All-Collegiate Sprint Football League quarterback Eddie Jenkins, Penn sprint football traveled to West Point, N.Y. looking to get back on track by avenging last season’s 10-0 loss in the CSFL championship game.
In a game that was dominated by the defenses, it was sophomore quarterback Ryan Glover’s four-yard touchdown run that made the difference in Penn football's 13-10 victory over Columbia.
Both games at the Palestra will feature special celebrations. In Friday's game against the Lions, the team will be commemorating Breast Cancer Awareness Month with its annual “Dig Pink” event.
Always a strength for Penn, this year's defensive unit has exceeded the already high expectations placed on them.