Penn men’s basketball traveled to Lafayette on Tuesday night for their annual matchup against the Leopards and came away with a disappointing 86-75 loss.
As the long-distance star enters her sophomore season, there is still nowhere to go but up for Penn women's swimming.
Last season, Lee built on this success by becoming the first Penn swimmer take home the title of Ivy League champion in the 400 free relay.
Two first-years, Kayla Padilla and Kai Lammers, were each awarded Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Monday following wins from women’s basketball and men’s soccer, respectively.
Earning significantly more minutes this season than he did last year, the sophomore was one of three forwards in 2019 who saw consistent playing time.
Pass joined the Quakers in 2010 as the team’s chaplain and has served in the role ever since as a spiritual counselor to the players, coaches, and their families.
With each competing against six schools, the women managed an overall record of 2-4, while the men split their results at 3-3.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn football's defense stuffs the run, men's soccer finishes the season strong, and women's basketball's dominance continues.
On Sunday, the men beat No. 11 Drexel by a score of 6-3 and the women beat the No. 7 Dragons, 5-4, to win the PA State Championship.
Thanks to a pair of goals early on, the Quakers were able to cruise past the Crimson by a score of 2-0.
While the women were unable to manage a win at either meet, the men won each of their duals to rebound in a big way after falling at Columbia last week.
Starkey caught two touchdowns for the Red and Blue in Saturday's tight 24-20 win over the Crimson, good for DP Player of the Week honors.
The Quakers executed in important situations time and time again, even when a relative lack of experience might have led one to expect otherwise.
After a resounding win over NJIT on Wednesday, Penn women’s basketball kept its foot on the gas by rolling over Iona with a 74-42 win on Sunday at the Palestra.
At the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals, the men’s team finished in fifth place out of 25 teams, while the women’s placed sixth out of 31.
Penn football went back and forth with Harvard for the entire game on Saturday, and the Quakers ultimately pulled off a 24-20 victory.
One week after grinding out a narrow one-point win over Cornell on Homecoming Saturday, Penn football is back in action against Harvard.
Penn football has long had a partnership with Be The Match, a nonprofit organization and global leader in bone marrow transplantation.
During the renovations, both the men’s and women’s equipment rooms flooded, leading to the damage of more than $2,500 worth of equipment in total for the two teams, according to players on both teams.
Both Dingle's father and his uncle played collegiate basketball, and his father played a critical role in UMass’ 1996 Final Four run.