The Quakers lost to the Colonials, 8-4, after giving up six runs in the eighth inning.
Victory was always celebrated, although often the team mattered less than the accomplishment. Viewers seemed more intrigued by demonstrated ability than by the name on a jersey, and fans honored those all who managed to inch out the competition.
Despite all of the hype surrounding the professional and top high school athletes at the Penn Relays, junior Nia Akins dominated her events to earn widespread recognition.
Penn men’s lightweight rowing reclaimed the Callow Cup from Navy over the weekend, winning for the fourth time in five years.
With marquee events taking place on each day of the meet, there were many unforgettable moments throughout the weekend.
Each game of the series was decided by one run, and with a few more plays going their way, the results might have swung in the Red and Blue’s favor.
After a thrilling weekend of competition, Penn track came away with one of its most successful performances in Relays history.
Penn baseball fell on walk-offs twice in a two out of three series defeat against Cornell in Ithaca, N.Y.
On Saturday, former Penn football defensive end Louis Vecchio was invited to a rookie minicamp tryout with the Philadelphia Eagles, according to SB Nation.
No matter how old they are or how far they travel, the tens of thousands of fans who flock to Franklin Field every year for the Relays are united by a passion for track and the thrill of competition.
This year, Nehemiah was named the Honorary Carnival Referee for the 125th Penn Relays. The Daily Pennsylvanian chatted with the track legend 40 years after his MVP meet.
Despite the windy conditions on Saturday, Franklin Field was packed with spectators and athletes from all over the world, eager to see the 125th Penn Relays play out.
In its final contest of the regular season, No. 13 Penn women's lacrosse clinched the No. 3 seed in the upcoming Ivy League Tournament after defeating Harvard, 17-9.
Narrowly escaping the clutches of unranked Vermont, No. 4 Penn men’s lacrosse found a way to secure its ninth straight win of the season in an unexpected 12-10 nail-biter.
While overhand serves may be the convention in tennis, nearly half of the players for the Red and Blue use underhand serves to their advantage.
Despite two rain delays on the second day of the 125th Penn Relays, athletes and spectators persisted through the poor weather for what turned out to be an action-packed day.
The star freshman for Penn women’s tennis was unanimously named the Ivy League Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
A few future Penn athletes are at center stage, trying to make a name for themselves before they set foot on campus next fall.
Although the Red and Blue has a few opportunities, they were unable to get any runs on the board and fell to the Dragons, 8-0.