Penn will confront a Rutgers team that scored five goals in its most recent two games, while aiming to bruise the Scarlet Knights' goal with a formidable offensive momentum of its own.
Following Penn football’s blowout loss at the hands of the Harvard Crimson, former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride offers his takeaways from the tumultuous home finale.
With one game to go, Penn football sits on the outside looking in of the Ivy title. But the team's still got a shot (at a 1/4 share, that is).
On Sunday afternoon, the Quakers fell to Towson, 80-74, and while the final score may seem close, the game was much more lopsided than it appears.
A weak offensive performance in the first half coupled with holes in Penn’s defense throughout the game led to a difficult 63-55 loss to the Wildcats.
Penn men's soccer gains its first Ivy title since 2013 in a win at Princeton.
The Quakers could not get it done against the Crimson on Saturday, as Penn's usually impressive front-seven was neutralized by a potent Harvard offense.
Despite shooting 50% from three-point range, Penn's self-inflicted mistakes held them back against a high-scoring Missouri team.
Penn women's basketball marks its first result of the season a win against Marist, with senior guard Kayla Padilla leading the campaign.
The close win against Cornell proved a step in the right direction, which the Quakers aim to continue through to the season finale.
The DP Sports staff is mostly optimistic about the Quakers as they head into the final games of the season.
A 28-point loss doesn’t sound like an appealing start to the season, but hearing the two coaches talk postgame demonstrated exactly why the final score appeared the way it did.
Born in Egypt, the Dweek siblings both reached Penn after successful high school careers in Canada.
The Quakers find themselves at the doorstep of an Ivy League title, with a bid to the NCAA Tournament on the line.
After her electric double-overtime game-winning goal against Dartmouth over the weekend, freshman Livia Loozen is our DP Sports Player of the Week.
After a weekend of wrestling with teammates, Penn wrestlers are prepared for a riveting schedule of competition ahead.
In Penn's first game of the season, the Quakers were outmatched against an Iona squad that went undefeated at home last season.
California hosts two of Penn's standout stars from last season, Kayla Padilla and Jordan Obi, amidst a roster dense with talent from the East Coast.
Of the 16 players on the Quaker roster heading into the 2022-23 season, eight of them are from the Mid-Atlantic and New England, with three hailing from the Philadelphia metro area.
Spinoso came off the bench during the Ivy Tournament and had his best performance of the season: 14 points, five rebounds, and two assists.