With just two Ivy League series remaining in the regular season, Penn baseball's weekend sweep of Brown could not have come at a better time.
Although the sixth-place finishes were less than optimal, the Ivy League Championships gave Penn golf's seniors the chance to meaningfully bid farewell to their collegiate careers.
Since her time competing at the Penn Relays as a high school star, Sydney McLaughlin will return to Franklin Field a two-time gold medalist and current world record holder in the 400m hurdles.
For the fifth consecutive Kamin Cup, DPOSTM emerged victorious, though not without a first-inning scare and a late-game Josh from Finance grand slam.
The world's oldest and largest track and field meet will have a new face at the helm this time around, as Penn track and field coach Steve Dolan has assumed the high-intensity reins.
Nia Akins will be making her return to Franklin Field this weekend when she competes in the 600-meter race against two former Olympians.
Mia Lakstigala, who was the third-leading scorer and rebounder for Penn women's basketball this past season, is heading to George Washington University next season to play for the Colonials.
With a sizable portion of the team hailing from California, the team’s spring break trip to the state proved especially valuable.
After four years with the Quakers, Bryce Washington is transferring to Hofstra University to use up his remaining eligibility.
With the passion for lacrosse instilled in her by her mother, Anna Brandt is making her mark on Penn women's lacrosse.
Despite having the opportunity to compete for a spot at the 2022 FINA World Championships, Matthew Fallon is opting to forego the meet so that he can focus on finals.
Against Harvard and Dartmouth over the weekend, Yulia Bryzgalova was a key contributor for Penn women's tennis en route to two crucial victories.
Across four games over the past week, Wyatt Henseler batted 9-for-19 and put up a staggering 12 RBIs in addition to three home runs.
When the Penn Relays commence next weekend for the first time in three years, several athletes will look to ride their Tokyo Olympics momentum into the competition.
In a crucial matchup against Ivy rival Harvard, the Red and Blue pulled out a close win, bringing their NCAA Division I ranking to No. 4.
For the first time since March 19, Penn women's lacrosse added to its win total, defeating Brown 13-7.
Remembered for his selfless care and dedication to the team, Penn men's lacrosse continues the legacy of its former captain.
After securing a pair of pivotal Ivy League victories over the weekend, the Quakers sit just a half-game out of first place in the conference.
This week's DP Sports Player of the Week award goes to senior shortstop Craig Larsen, who was a vital part of Penn's record-setting 27-6 win over Harvard in game one of the two-game series.
Tommy Courtney of Penn baseball is a Yankees and Giants fan. Please interpret that as you wish.