In another split weekend, the Red and Blue attended three different meets across the country, but still managed to rewrite the history books.
Penn wrestling was defeated by No. 10 Cornell and Columbia in consecutive Ivy League dual meets over the weekend.
Penn women’s basketball was able to hang on to defeat a visiting Yale team, 54-48, on the second night of a back-to-back. Here’s what we learned from the Red and Blue’s victory.
There have been too many poor shooting games for it to be a coincidence. You can’t get unlucky this frequently. At some point it stops being an off night and starts being the norm.
In a tale of two halves, Penn women's basketball prevailed over Yale, 54-48. After a strong start to open a double-digit lead, the Quakers’ offense went on a cold streak in the second half, letting the Bulldogs back in the game.
After a back-and-forth first half in which both teams did not shoot well, Yale pulled away from Penn men’s basketball in the second half and took the game by a score of 78-65.
One night after both teams took down Brown, Penn men's and women's basketball finish the weekend against Yale.
In a game that never really seemed close, the Quakers opened up the game on a 13-3 run and never looked back. Here are three takeaways from the win.
Here are some takeaways from Friday night’s matchup as the Quakers look on toward an Ivy League slate that figures to be much more demanding.
Led by senior guard Ashley Russell, who had a dominant game on both ends of the floor, the Quakers dismantled Brown in their first conference home game of the season.
To start the game, the Quakers took a 2-0 lead off of junior guard Devon Goodman’s fastbreak layup and never looked back, leading for the rest of the game and ultimately taking down the Bears, 92-82.
Ivy League play continues for both Penn men's and women's basketball as the Quakers take on Brown. The men are looking to win back-to-back Ivy games for the first time this season, while the women are hoping to stay undefeated in league play.
Now, at 33 years old, Lane is wise beyond his years. The future of Penn squash looks bright with him at the helm.
The Penn Women's Athletic Association, which was originally established in 1921, aims primarily to connect Penn’s female athletes on and off campus to networking opportunities based on the athletes' career goals.
As Penn men's and women's basketball continue Ivy League play against Brown and Yale, several other Penn Athletics teams will look to find success in competitions across the country.
Winners of their last nine out of 10 games, the Red and Blue rolled through their first Ivy League road trip of the year in New York last weekend, defeating both Cornell and Columbia in convincing fashion.
For most collegiate swimmers, senior year marks the end of their swimming careers. But for Andrew, things might just be getting started, as he has a serious shot at one day making the United States Olympic team.
Senior Erin is in her last year as a swimmer for Penn, but she is now passing the baton to her freshman sister Katie Kiely.
With increased blood flow, cupping is thought to help reduce muscle tension and promote cell repair – functions that serve swimmers well with their high level of physical exertion.
The Jamaican native, who has 2020 Tokyo goals alongside his Penn career, now holds Jamaican national records in three events: the 200-yard individual medley, 200 backstroke, and 200 butterfly.