On Thursday night, Penn women’s basketball let another sizable lead slip in Big 5 play and fell to Temple by a 76-72 score.
Since starting 10-1, the Red and Blue have dropped two in a row, including a 20-point home loss against Princeton.
Heading into a busy weekend of competition, here is what to look for from Penn tennis and track and field.
With conference play heating up, here's how the rest of the Ivy League men's basketball teams stack up.
What do New Zealand's national rugby team and Penn men's basketball have in common? The answer comes in the form of a Māori word: whānau.
As Penn men’s basketball prepares to close out Big 5 play in a matchup with Temple this Saturday, the energy feels different around the Palestra.
Here is a breakdown of gymnastics' different events, and who to watch on the Quakers in each for the 2020 season.
Breaking onto the scene with a dominant season may be hard to follow up, but that is exactly what sophmore Sydney Kraez plans to do for Penn gymnastics.
After starting the 2020 season with a loss to Towson, the Red and Blue are hoping to secure a win this time around against Rutgers.
The eight athletes — one-third of the entire team — already experienced their first two meets as college competitors, and much is expected of them in the years ahead.
This weekend, the men fell to Saint Joseph's, 87-81, but along the way there were many exciting moments.
With all of the attention on Penn’s world-class players, it’s often forgotten that Lane and Wyant are themselves prominent members of the national squash scene.
After a record-setting opening weekend last month in Annapolis, Md., both the men’s and women’s teams were determined to repeat their success this Saturday in Staten Island.
The Quakers opened their Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association competition season with three dual matches, going 2-1 on the weekend.
Penn track and field is bound to have a record-breaking season, and senior Nia Akins is shaping up to be a large part of that.
In two tightly contested matches, both Penn men’s and women’s squash fell to No. 2 Trinity on the road.
The men’s team fell by a score of 169-128, while their women counterparts lost, 187-113. Even in the losses, the teams had respectable performances.
This Sunday, the Quakers traveled to Washington to compete against Cornell, Kent State, and George Washington in the Lindsey Ferris Invitational.
Penn men’s and women’s fencing were back in action at the Tse Center this weekend hosting the Philadelphia Invitational.
Looking to rebound from two consecutive losses to Princeton to begin Ivy League play, the Quakers couldn’t get the job done against Saint Joseph's, losing by a score of 87-81.