At this time in the year, most of Penn’s winter sports have wrapped up their regular seasons, and now it's time for championship competition.
If the season ended today, the Quakers would miss the Ivy Tournament for the first time in team history. Here's how Penn stacks up against Ivy competition this week.
The Quakers (13-10, 5-5 Ivy) are heading up north this weekend to face Yale and Brown for their final regular season road trip.
After a negotiated resolution process was carried out by the NCAA, both Penn Athletics and the men's basketball program were given several significant penalties.
Just like they have done against every other Ivy League team this season, the Tigers raced out to a big lead and never gave the Red and Blue a chance to come back.
Two Penn athletes were honored as Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week and Big 5 Co-Player of the Week for playing important roles in their team's victories this weekend.
For all of the 33 varsity teams at Penn, there are only two people in the Penn Athletics marketing office to attract fans to attend sporting events. Meet Denise Fitzpatrick and Emily Jakimowicz.
Penn women's basketball is taking on No. 23 Princeton on Tuesday night in New Jersey. The Quakers are attempting to hand the Tigers just their second loss of the season.
Coming off a historic weekend in Clemson, S.C. and Boston, the Quakers were determined to prove that they still have fuel in their engine as they head into the postseason.
The state of Ohio gave us Quaker Oats. It also gave us another Quaker: Penn men’s basketball freshman forward Max Martz.
On Sunday Penn men’s and women’s fencing teams spent the day across town at the Temple Invitational. This was their last meet before their three-day training camp and then the NCAA Regionals and Championships.
It was an up-and-down weekend across the Penn basketball world. Here are the plays that made our top five countdown.
Each week, over five million Americans tune in to watch The Bachelor. Penn women’s basketball makes up a small portion of this vast fanbase.
Penn gymnastics showed out on Sunday at this year's Ivy League Classic in Ithaca, N.Y., claiming the title in dominant fashion with a team score of 194.850.
Penn women’s lacrosse sealed their first home game of the calendar year with a win, holding the Blue Jays off for a 15-12 victory.
The Quakers’ victory was paced by the performance of junior attacker Sean Lulley, whose efforts were good enough to earn him DP Sports Player of the Week honors.
This weekend, Penn women’s squash traveled to New Haven, Conn. to compete for the Howe Cup in the CSA Team Championships.
Penn women’s swimming and diving traveled to Providence, R.I. for the Ivy League Championships this weekend and finished with a total of 949.5 points.
After a tough season-opening loss to Maryland, No. 8 Penn made the trip to Charlotte, N.C. to face No. 10 Duke, which the Quakers defeated by a score of 14-11.
Here are two of the biggest takeaways from Penn’s latest set of wins as the team looks forward to its toughest game left: against No. 25 Princeton on Tuesday.