One year removed from a third-place finish in the Ivy League and a 13th consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, Penn women’s lacrosse enters the 2020 season with high expectations.
This weekend, the Quakers return to the Palestra for a chance to test themselves against two teams currently in a position to make the Ivy League Tournament.
Despite not having the chance to play, Satter has found different ways to be a leader in the locker room and an important contributor to her team.
As winter sports enter the last leg of the seasons, here’s a look at what these three teams are up against this weekend.
Jerome, a Latham, N.Y. native, first came to Penn as a part of coach Steve Donahue’s first recruiting class.
Penn enters the season as the No. 6 team in the country, and fans and pundits alike are excited to see how the program builds off its most successful season in recent memory.
After a combined four wins this weekend, Penn men's and women's basketball deservedly had a few individuals pick up weekly awards from the Ivy League and Big 5.
There were plenty of memorable moments as the Red and Blue produced perhaps their strongest crop of highlights of this season.
Penn gymnastics was handed a tight loss by Temple on Sunday, the team's third home loss this season.
It is still early in the conference season, so the Quakers still have many important games left to decide if they are to return to the Ivy League Tournament and potentially win a conference title.
The Quakers hosted the Lions and Cornell in back-to-back dual meets on Saturday to continue Ivy League competition.
The team was led by two dominant performances by junior center Eleah Parker, earning her DP Sports Player of the Week.
Penn women's and men's fencing held their own against a talented field at last weekend's Ivy League championships, coming home with a second- and fourth-place finish, respectively.
Penn men's and women's track and field continued their recent success on Saturday at the Sykes & Sabock Challenge Cup at Penn State.
Splitting time between home and on the road, the men's and women's teams played against Columbia in the Penn Squash Center on Friday, then traveled to Ithaca, N.Y. on Sunday to take on Cornell.
Penn follows a “work hard, play hard” social schedule. But taking in a basketball game at the Palestra? For most, that's just not the way they want to play.
It’s never smart to make these kinds of predictions too early, but Penn men’s basketball has shown enough.
Capping off a successful weekend trip to the Empire State, Penn men’s basketball won its fifth straight game with a rollercoaster 79-73 win over Cornell.
Penn men's basketball will play an Ivy League game on Sunday afternoon at Cornell after both teams' schedules were shuffled around due to inclement weather.
Penn women’s basketball had a very successful week, emerging with a pair of wins to grab a winning Ivy record for the first time this season.