On Saturday, the Quakers will take on Sacred Heart at Franklin Field in their final nonconference game of the season.
Penn’s fall sports season is in full swing as teams begin conference play. Here are three athletes who are looking to rise to the occasion.
Seeing as many of his teammates didn't know CPR, Jeff Zucker suggested instituting mandatory CPR training for Penn athletes.
Penn sprint football is perhaps the team with the most versatility, with multiple players succeeding at multiple positions
A pair of Red and Blue athletes picked up weekly awards for their efforts this past weekend.
As a sophomore, Margaret Planek is an example of how much someone can grow from one year to the next.
This weekend, members of Penn’s 1959 Ivy League champion football team gathered in the venue they once played in to celebrate the 60th anniversary of their historic season.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football grinds it out on the ground, a field hockey sophomore puts in another full shift, and both men's and women's soccer prevail in shoutout environments.
This weekend against Chestnut Hill, the Quakers got an all-time performance from sophomore running back Laquan McKever, who powered the team to its third straight victory.
Last year, the Blue x White scrimmage was scheduled to be held at the Palestra, but it was canceled due to on-court conditions that were deemed unplayable by the 76ers staff.
The Quakers lost to Ivy League powerhouse No. 19 Harvard on Saturday, 6-2, but on Sunday, they were able to bounce back with a late goal against Boston University to win, 1-0.
Powered by a trio of goals, Penn men’s soccer defeated Cornell in their first Ivy League game of the year.
This weekend, Penn volleyball suffered a pair of losses at the hands of Ivy League rivals Cornell and Columbia.
It was yet another day of all-around success for the Quakers as the men’s and women’s cross country teams took a short trip to Bethlehem, Pa. to compete in Lehigh's Paul Short Invitational.
The Quakers beat Cornell, 4-2, in what was one of Penn's best offensive performances of the year.
Behind an impressive offensive line and a defense that made plays when it needed to, Penn sprint football came away with a 42-32 win against Chestnut Hill.
In their home and Ivy League opener, Penn football failed to muster much offense against Dartmouth before losing, 28-15.
But unfortunately for the Quakers, those touchdowns were not distributed evenly, as Penn fell to Dartmouth, 28 to 15, in the Ivy League opener.
Fresh off its season-opening win at Lafayette, Penn football opens its Ivy League season against Dartmouth on ESPNU.
She has been a part of a freshman class that is dominating minutes for the team. Currently, the player with the most and fifth most minutes on the team — Readinger — are freshmen.