In her stellar freshman year, Dyer earned honorable mention All-Ivy and two Rookie of the Week awards, but she hasn't stopped there.
Nia Akins started track by accident. Now she is second in the nation.
I’m about to shun myself from at least half of the athletics community by arguing why student-athletes should not be paid for participating in amateur sports.
The Quakers walked away with a pair of championships in the Varsity 8 and the Second Varsity 8.
In the first Ivy series of the season, Penn baseball split Saturday’s doubleheader but lost on Sunday to Harvard at Meiklejohn Stadium.
The women secured a dominant first place overall finish against a very competitive mix of 12 teams. The men finished second out of 10 teams, just six points behind Army.
The senior first baseman has been a consistent hitter throughout his career at Penn, sporting a batting average of .282 over his first three seasons.
A pair of freshmen were the only Quakers who made it to Pittsburgh this year to compete on college wrestling's biggest stage.
The Quakers went head-to-head with the Crimson in a three-game series, coming out on top with two wins and one loss.
The seniors were sent off in a strong team effort, as Penn scored its second-best point total on the season at 193.125.
On Saturday, Penn women’s tennis secured a 5-0 home victory against St. John’s, who came into the meet hot off of a five-match win streak.
Penn women’s basketball’s season ended on Sunday evening with a 64-54 loss to Providence in the second round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.
Penn women's basketball continues postseason play in the WNIT against Providence at 4 p.m.
Penn women’s lacrosse pulled out a narrow 11-10 victory over Cornell Saturday afternoon, increasing their season win total to eight, and preserving their one loss record.
The Quakers' win in Ithaca, N.Y. is their second straight Ivy League win and fourth in a row overall.
The Red and Blue didn’t show their wear and tear, getting off to a hot start against the visiting Eagles.
Just five days after its heartbreaking loss to Princeton in the Ivy League championship, Penn women’s basketball dominated American, 64-45.
The Quakers' first-round matchup is at home against American, who won a share of the Patriot League regular season title.
A Penn graduate from the class of 1992, Aliy Zirkle has become a mushing celebrity.
The Quakers will be taking on American in the opening round of the WNIT at the Palestra. Penn hasn’t faced the Eagles since 2006.