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.
Despite only being a freshman, Penn women's lacrosse attacker Keeley Block leads the team in goals scored this season.
Armed with game footage and hoards of advanced stats, here's a look at how the Ancient Eight stacks up midway through the Ivy League baseball season.
The Quakers dropped their fourth consecutive game, this time losing a Saturday afternoon road contest with Cornell.
Coming off a tough OT loss against Yale last weekend, the Quakers traveled back to Franklin Field to face the Brown Bears, but fell surprisingly 12-10 despite Dylan Gergar's three goals.
In its first post-COVID-19 races, women’s rowing had a strong start, with boats placing first last week at the Doc Hosea Invitational and second this past weekend at the Connell Cup.
Penn golf traverses numbers of different greens across the East Coast during its fall and winter seasons, with many holding great historical value.
Former Penn baseball center fielder Doug Glanville, who was drafted 12th overall in the 1991 MLB draft and played seven seasons in the majors, has transitioned into a writing and analyst role with ESPN, advocating for equity and unity in the sport.
Despite retiring from coaching in 2019, Fran Dunphy is returning to the sidelines as the men's basketball head coach of Penn's Big 5 foe La Salle.
At the Penn-hosted Big 5 meet over the weekend, many Quakers shined, but none more than Victoria Agyin, who won the long jump event with the fifth-furthest distance in program history.
Penn softball marked its second consecutive Ivy League series win by claiming two games against Cornell.
Penn baseball now stands 16-8, and 4-2 in conference after its home series win over Dartmouth.
Cumiskey's coach, Karin Corbett, sees the sophomore midfielder as having the potential to become a truly special talent for the Penn women's lacrosse team.
It took five quarters to settle this one, but the Quakers were unable to emerge victorious against Yale on Saturday.
Against one of the best teams in the nation, the Quakers held their own, but fell short after a difficult third quarter.
Jordan, who won an Ivy League Player of the Year award during his time with the Quakers, has reached March Madness the past two seasons as an assistant coach with two different teams.
The team is catching fire at the right time, as it will close out its season with six Ivy League matchups over the course of the next three weeks.
Although Penn women's lacrosse lost to Yale over the weekend, there were a couple of standout plays that should keep Quaker fans optimistic heading into the team's matchup against Northwestern.