Penn FCAIA prides itself on being able to use the power of sport, which its website describes as “a universal language.”
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Grace O'Shea of Penn women’s track and field 15 questions about her time with the team, her experience at Penn, and her life overall.
Penn baseball showed some fight but ultimately could not overcome a four-run first inning from La Salle University as they lost 6-4 on Wednesday, handing the Explorers a temporary head-to-head edge on the season.
A couple mistakes on the mound combined with a limited offensive production spelled out a gloomy day for Penn softball.
As Penn track freshman Isabella Whittaker begins her first year in the Red and Blue, her experiences have already exceeded her expectations.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Gibson Thomas of Penn women’s tennis 15 questions about her time with the team, her experience at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the sophomore had to say.
Penn softball has been on a winning streak, and junior outfielder Emma Nedley has played a large part in that success, earning her DP Sports Player of the Week.
Although organized tennis had been present at Penn as early as 1880, it took the University multiple years to catch up with its Ivy League counterparts in forming an official tennis team.
Coming off two very successful meets, Penn track and field carried their momentum to their first meet away from Franklin Field. The Temple Invitational, which included all Big 5 schools and the women's teams from Delaware and Loyola University Maryland, was hosted by Temple on Friday and Saturday.
Hailing from Hatboro, Pa., junior pitcher Joe Miller is known for having a solid changeup and slider and has become a leader for Penn baseball as he has progressed in his time with the program.
On April 3, 2021 over 500 days since their last competition, Penn women’s rowing brought home a win at the Murphy Cup Regatta.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Ola Abinusawa of Penn men’s track and field 15 questions about his time with the team, his experience at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the sophomore had to say.
For Ashley Waco of the Penn softball team, finding her role on the team made her Penn softball experience meaningful. Originating from Los Angeles, Waco is a junior midfielder studying at the Wharton School and concentrating in finance and legal studies and majoring in economics.
Penn softball wasn't expecting to play this weekend, but a last minute matchup against La Salle provided two wins for the Quakers.
On Friday, the Red and Blue swept all six singles matches to cruise past the Wildcats. The next day, the Quakers used a strong showing in doubles to propel them to victory over the Dragons.
Current sports editor Brandon Pride sat down with one of his predecessors, senior "Big Will" DiGrande and asked him 15 questions about his time at the DP, his time at Penn, and life overall.
The Quakers split the pair of contests against the Wildcats, dropping the first game 6-2 before rebounding with a 4-2 victory.
After over one year without sporting events, the Quakers returned to competition on Mar. 27 under new health and safety guidelines. Here's what the first week of games looked like.
Wrestling holds a very special place in the hearts of many lifelong Quakers.
Almost seven years after his first start for Penn in his freshman year, Jones is now a video coordinator for the Houston Rockets.