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.
Shortly after NIL legislation passed, Padilla partnered with Homecourt Edge Basketball, the trainer that she has worked with for the past decade. In collaboration with Padilla, HCE debuted the first piece in the HCExKP merch collection.
Last weekend, Penn volleyball took all of the first three games of their season. This weekend, the Quakers came back down to earth a bit, losing their three matches at the DePaul Invitational.
Defensive lineman Prince Emili is looking to bounce back after last year's canceled season, which robbed him of a chance to contend for Ivy League Player of the Year.
For freshman running back Aaron Jones, not even the greatest hurdles can stop him from achieving success, as he's managed to secure his place on the Penn football team despite a lifelong struggle with hearing.
Penn was defeated 2-1 by in-state rival Penn State in a hard-fought match. The Quakers will have a chance to rebound from the loss and move to 3-1 in a few days, as they stay at Rhodes Field for Monday’s match.
After losses against two top-five ranked opponents, including three-time defending national champions UNC, the Quakers found more success against unranked Drexel, a more evenly matched adversary.
Hot off a three-game winning streak, the Penn volleyball is headed to Chicago this weekend to face off in the DePaul Invitational.
The women's volleyball team swept this weekend's Sheraton University City Invitational 3-0.
Along with three other Ivy League schools, the Quakers will be an inaugural member of the eight-team Gymnastics East Conference this upcoming season.
The Sheraton University City Volleyball Invitational was a success for the Red and Blue's women's volleyball team, who won all three of their matches and swept the tournament. The star of the show was junior captain Autumn Leak, who finished the weekend with 50 kills and a .311 hitting percentage.
In its first match at Rhodes Field since Nov. 16, 2019, Penn men’s soccer dominated Colgate 3-0 as the Red and Blue’s upperclassmen paved the way.