In front of a packed Palestra crowd, Penn wrestling impressed with nine wrestlers earning top six placements in their respective weight classes, six of them being freshmen.
Penn men’s basketball fell to No. 12 Kansas State, 64-48, in the semifinals of the Paradise Jam basketball tournament in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In the first of three Ivy League tri-meets this season, the Quakers enjoyed a bounty of top-three finishes in Ithaca, N.Y. The men split their matchups, while the women lost to both teams.
The guard put up a combined 51 points from the team’s three games last week, including a career-high 25 against NJIT to cap it off.
In its second home game of the season, Penn women’s basketball got out to an early lead and never looked back, ultimately beating NJIT 85-42.
The Quakers have a very strong core of young talent, and they have potential to reach the pinnacle of the league soon. They just Priore and his staff to finally get the QB situation right to get there.
Penn made sure that the NJIT left the Palestra still searching for its first win by demolishing the Highlanders 85-42.
Outplayed across the board from the opening whistle, Penn took its fourth Ivy loss of the year on Saturday — the most losses in Ray Priore’s tenure as head coach — in a 42-14 drubbing at the hands of Princeton.
Follow along as Penn football looks to defeat the Princeton Tigers in a Saturday showdown in Princeton, N.J.
After making the trip down to the Virgin Islands, the team won’t be leaving just yet. Which is fortunate for the Quakers, given all they went through to get there.
In the midst of her fifth year as Penn's Director of Athletics and Recreation, Dr. M. Grace Calhoun was named chair of the NCAA Division I Council Strategic Vision and Planning Committee on Wednesday.
We are so lucky that these treasures all belong to Penn. The Palestra court, Franklin Field turf, and Penn Relays name should never be shared with any corporate entity. Otherwise, we’ll be like everyone else.
The Quakers opened Big 5 play at the Palestra with their home opener against St. Joseph's Thursday. Penn was able to bounce back from a loss to No. 1 Notre Dame with a 65-45 win against their Big 5 rival.
Penn men’s and women’s swimming will travel to Cornell this weekend to compete in each team’s first tri-meet of the season. The men will look to continue their hot start while the women hope to earn their first conference win of the year.
The sophomore defender for Penn men’s soccer was named first-team All-Ivy on Wednesday, marking the culmination of an extremely successful year on the field.
Sophomore outside hitters Parker Jones and Raven Sulaimon earned honorable-mention All-Ivy League after providing most of the offensive spark for the Quakers this season.
After winning its first two competitions handily, Penn men’s squash will take on its highest ranked opponent of the season to this point, when it plays No. 9 George Washington this Saturday in addition to No. 13 Virginia. Penn women’s squash, also undefeated, will meet Stanford at home on Friday.
This Saturday, Penn men’s and women’s fencing will head to Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio for its second tournament of the season: the Elite Invitational. The Quakers will face Ohio State, Penn State, Notre Dame, North Carolina, and Northwestern (women only).
Coming off a strong showing two weeks ago at the Michigan State Open, the Quakers will look to continue their momentum this Sunday at the 23rd Annual Keystone Classic at the Palestra.
This weekend, Penn men’s basketball will travel way down south to the US Virgin Islands to play in the Paradise Jam, an eight-team tournament featuring Northern Iowa, Eastern Kentucky, Kennesaw State, Missouri, Old Dominion, Oregon State and No. 12 Kansas State.