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.
With zero wins in a combined five games for both teams thus far, one side will come away with its first victory of 2019 after today.
For Penn tight ends coach Ryan Becker, football wasn’t always an obvious career choice. However, it didn’t take long for him to discover his talent.
As the fall sports season heads into full swing, some Penn Athletics teams begin Ivy League play while others continue their nonconference schedules.
To help them out when defending penalty corners, the Quakers sport clear masks, which cover their faces almost entirely.
Penn football announced on Tuesday it would wear throwback uniforms this season to commemorate the 125th anniversary of Franklin Field.
After a heartbreaking loss in the season opener against No. 20 Delaware, Penn football will travel to Fisher Stadium in Easton, Pa. on Saturday to face Lafayette.
In the 2018 season, the Schwenksville, Pa. native started 13 of the team's 17 games, playing every minute against 10 opponents.
Penn tasted its first defeat on home soil this season after falling 2-1 to Lehigh in a closely contested game.
Alongside regular strength and conditioning, the field hockey team has been taking weekly cryotherapy trips to help with recovery during the season.
After a winless start to the year, Penn field hockey has its sights set on the first Ivy League game of the season against Cornell on Saturday.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football lights up the scoreboard, Ryan Cragun steals the show, and men's soccer comes away with another narrow win.
In a weekend that brought mixed results, one thing was clear: Coach Nicole Van Dyke may need to find a full-time job as a halftime motivational speaker.
Following a difficult three-interception performance in a loss to Army last week, Penn sprint football’s senior quarterback bounced back in a big way against Cornell on Friday.
The Quakers stayed in Philadelphia when they traveled to play No. 15 Saint Joseph's, where they lost by a score of 3-0.
The Quakers were eager to have a good showing at Boston College’s Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown and at Haverford’s Main Line Invitational.
For the first road game of the season, Coach Wagner and his team headed to Ithaca, N.Y. for a matchup with Ancient Eight rival Cornell.
This weekend, the Quakers collected two more wins after traveling to Riverside, Calif. to compete in the UC Riverside Invitational.
Penn men’s soccer got the crucial bounce when it was needed, and the resulting goal was enough to edge Temple, 1-0.