Assistant strength and conditioning coach Miguel Rivera is hoping that his approach to training athletes will have a sizable impact on Penn's athletic performance.
For the first time ever, Penn will start charging hourly fees to alumni, faculty, community members, and even students to use the courts on Penn’s campus.
Allegations of mistreatment and an unresponsive athletics administration cast a shadow over Penn volleyball last spring.
Penn football will open its Ivy League season in a dramatic setting, taking on Dartmouth on Friday night at historic Franklin Field.
If the offensive line gets the spotlight when the Quakers are able to run for a lot of yards, they certainly have the spotlight now.
Best friends and former Penn sprint football teammates Tom Console and James Juliano now find themselves on opposite sides of a bitter rivalry game.
Penn football finally has its first home game this Friday, but it isn't the only team on campus to follow.
Carmina Raquel has proven to be the defensive anchor of Penn volleyball. Leading the team in digs by a wide margin, her skills have been vital to the team’s success.
These four underclassmen are freshmen Elizabeth Ford and Madeline McGregor and sophomores Margaret Planek and Kylie Kulinski.
Raun has made her way into the starting lineup, playing almost every minute of every game so far this season.
Flying slightly under the radar of the school’s more noteworthy alumni are the Marymount volleyball program's Taylor Fourticq and Caroline Douglas, both of whom are freshmen at Penn.
Freshmen Sean Banko and Michael Keehan, senior Andrew Hally, and his brother Pat Hally (Class of '17) all attended Salesianum School before donning the Red and Blue.
After allowing an early goal, Penn men’s soccer couldn’t bounce back and suffered its second consecutive loss, falling to West Virginia, 3-0.
While Penn football worked its way into the win column with a 28-24 victory on Saturday after a season-opening loss to Delaware, the senior running back has been the model of consistency.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football lights up the scoreboard, volleyball struggles against Princeton, and field hockey bounces back in a big way.
Riding a strong running game and a stifling defense, the Quakers dominated Post, 57-7, for their second straight win and their fourth straight win against the Eagles.
On a hot and windy afternoon in Cambridge, Mass., the Red and Blue struggled to get anything going offensively and dropped their Ivy League opener, 1-0.
The group ended its losing streak with a 5-2 win against Cornell to open Ivy League play. Penn then rode that momentum to a thrilling 2-1 win over Temple.
Last Friday, Penn volleyball traveled up to Princeton, N.J. to face the Tigers in their first Ivy League match of the season, and Princeton ultimately reigned victorious by a 3-0 score.
Led by senior quarterback Nick Robinson, Penn football used a late surge to break away from Lafayette and claim a 28-24 victory.