The Ivy League's return to action this weekend was a success, with the league as a whole winning five of eight matchups.
After a much longer-than-anticipated break from action, Penn sprint football finally got to don red and blue once again.
Patience was key for Penn men’s soccer as the Quakers proved a 5-1 result over St. Mary's at Rhodes Field; a redemption over the shared draw of Monday's game against Loyola Maryland.
After an early lead, a controversial goal, seven minutes of overtime, and over a dozen headers, Penn women’s soccer won its game against Rice, 2-1.
Despite starting out each matchup with a set victory, Penn volleyball lost both of its games this weekend to bring their record to 3-6 on the season.
The Quakers trounced the Bison by a whopping 24-point margin, in large part due to the play of their new starting quarterback, senior John Quinnelly.
Thanks to a shutout from goalkeeper Laurence Gladu and a pair of goals from Sizzy Lawton and Lauren Teuschl, the Quakers came away with a win over Villanova.
Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride argues that Penn football's two non-conference games before it faces off against Dartmouth will be key in the team's quest to find its identity.
Football is officially back, and so are the former Quakers who play in the NFL. Let’s check in on Penn alumni Greg Van Roten, Justin Watson, Brandon Copeland, and Kevin Stefanski, and see how their season debuts went.
Penn women's soccer faces two tough opponents this weekend in Villanova and Rice University, as the Red and Blue hopes to build upon the team's most recent victory.
Coming off a tough loss at Lehigh on Tuesday, Penn volleyball will look to bounce back with two matches against in-city rivals Temple at 11 a.m. and Villanova at 3 p.m. on Saturday, at the Owls’ City Classic, held annually at Temple’s McGonigle Hall.
On the road against Lehigh, Penn volleyball lost in a hard fought match in four sets, dropping its overall record this season to 3-4.
The biggest contenders for the Ivy League crown this season are many of the usual suspects. Penn will look to position itself to upset the favorites.
With Mia Shenk's hat trick, the Quakers cruised to a 4-0 victory against George Washington.
As Penn football begins its first season in almost two years, we take a look at this year’s Red and Blue defense to see who has appeared in previous seasons and who we might see in their upcoming games.
After the prior season was canceled due to COVID-19, the Red and Blue will be back out on the field for the first time in nearly two years on Sept.18 against Bucknell. Here are some returning wide receivers, as well as some newbies, to look out for this season.
In field hockey's game against Drexel on Friday — the team’s first home game in nearly two years — sophomore goalkeeper Sabien Paumen rebounded from the team's early losses, notching a season and career-high eight saves and only allowing three goals.
Penn men's soccer shares a result with Loyola Maryland. Although the Quakers led twice, they ultimately compromised for the draw.
Penn football announced the team's five captains for the 2021 season, including three graduate students and two seniors: graduate student Brian O'Neill, senior Jake Heimlicher, graduate student Isaiah Malcolme, senior Trevor Radosevich, and graduate student Prince Emili.
Football is back for the Quakers for the first time since Sept. 21, 2019. But, who will be under center for Week 1 is still up in the air. Here are the players competing for the starting quarterback job.