Eager to finally face their first competition of the season, Penn embarked on a three-day, five-game weekend after a grueling off-season.
Sophomore Skyla Wilson had an impressive individual performance at this year's Indoor Ivy Heps that helped propel her team to victory, and her efforts were good enough to earn her DP Sports Player of the Week.
Opening up with a strong 8-1 win over No. 6 Yale, the Red and Blue won a hard-fought victory against No. 2 Trinity, 6-3, to set themselves up for the final.
The team's win over Brown officially clinched the Quakers’ trip to Ivy League Tournament, most likely as the second or third seed depending on the results of next week's games.
An 11-5 victory over Yale ensured that No. 13 Penn women’s lacrosse will maintain its third consecutive 4-0 start to a season.
Senior Night saw another night of high turnout in support of the Quakers, whose fans saw their team clinch a spot in the Ivy League Tournament with a 74-60 win over Brown.
That’s my biggest takeaway: Penn rescued hope from the jaws of defeat with their normal basketball. But the fact that hope needed rescuing is more noteworthy than the successful rescue itself.
The Quakers defeated Brown on Saturday by a score of 73-68 in a game that was closely contested from start to finish.
Penn men's and women's basketball take on Brown on Saturday in the second game of the Ivy Weekend.
The loss drops the Quakers to 1-2 this season, with all of their matchups coming against ranked opponents.
The stands of the Palestra were filled with parents from both Penn and Yale, but despite the home-court advantage, the Quakers slipped to a 71-54 loss.
Some stats from that last minute and thirty-nine seconds: Zero points scored. Thirteen points allowed. Seven turnovers. Two reviews at the monitor. One astounding loss.
At a raucous John J. Lee Amphitheater, the Quakers lost to the Bulldogs, 76-73, after a wild 13-0 Yale run in the last two minutes.
The women will take a big step towards Ivy Madness with a win over the Bulldogs, while the men will look for another upset over the League-leading Elis.
Coming off of its first victory of the season last weekend, No. 6 Penn men's lacrosse will play its first game at Franklin Field to face No. 2 Penn State on Saturday.
During her first season, Sharma achieved an impressive 10-6 record, switching off between the fifth and sixth slots in Penn’s lineup. As a rookie on the team, she contributed both regular season and postseason wins for the Quakers.
Penn is topping the preseason polls from D1Baseball and Ivy League Media as the early favorite to win the Ivy trophy and earn a berth to the NCAA Championship.
After Tuesday night's 80-44 drubbing of Penn, the No. 23 Tigers have won 18 straight games, are a perfect 10-0 in Ivy League play, and stand at 22-1 on the season.
No. 13 Penn women's lacrosse topped Rutgers, 11-9, in a back-and-forth home battle. After Wednesday's contest, the Red and Blue improve to 3-0.
Here's how the Quakers could jump into the top four of the standings, which would qualify them for the Ivy League Tournament.