Penn Athletics has begun a 125 Years of Franklin Field Celebration, in which special events will be hosted at the stadium throughout the year.
Hired by Penn in 2015, Reagan helped lead the Quakers to consecutive Ivy League championships in his first and second seasons.
Penn women’s basketball and Villanova went back and forth for the entire game, but the Wildcats ultimately prevailed, 58-50.
The members of Penn men's squash had a unique chance to bond as a team over winter break while playing the sport they love and visiting cultural and historical landmarks in Europe.
Among these top performers was track’s Evan Lee, who won the heptathlon at the Wesley A. Brown Invitational in Annapolis, Md. this past Saturday.
For the fourth straight year, Drexel came out on top of the annual contest between the University City rivals, holding off a late charge from the Quakers to prevail by a 16-15 score.
Penn gymnastics opened the season on Sunday in College Park, Md. to compete against the hosting Terrapins, West Chester, and Cortland State. The Quakers finished third in the meet with a score of 190.55.
The day began with an early heartbreak for the Red and Blue against Duke, ranked No. 6 on the men’s side and unranked on the women’s side.
The men’s team extended its six match winning streak this weekend, taking down No. 7 Yale with a 7-2 win in New Haven followed by a sweeping 9-0 win in Providence against No. 15 Brown.
Fresh off the start of 2019, the Red and Blue traveled to Annapolis, Md. this weekend to take part in the annual Wesley A. Brown Invitational from Jan. 11-12.
Penn swimming and diving made the trip up to Cambridge, Mass. to compete against Ivy League foes Harvard and Brown this Saturday, but left with just one win between them.
The 1978-79 men’s basketball squad, Penn's only team to reach the Final Four, was honored during halftime on Saturday at the Palestra by President Amy Gutmann and Athletics Director M. Grace Calhoun.
Now it’s time to be concerned. Penn men’s basketball is in serious trouble, and the slump is coming at a pretty inconvenient time. A four-game losing streak is always a bad sign, but the way in which the losses came was the most discouraging sign of all.
One week after falling to Princeton in a heartbreaking overtime loss, Penn men’s basketball lost to the Tigers, 62-53, for the team’s fourth consecutive defeat and second of the Ivy League season.
A week ago, Penn men's basketball struggled offensively and ultimately lost a sloppy, physical game at Princeton, 68-65, in overtime. The Quakers now get a chance for revenge as the Tigers travel to the Palestra.
On Saturday, Penn men’s basketball will have the opportunity to avenge last weekend’s 68-65 road overtime loss against rival Princeton. The defeat was the third straight for the Quakers and the first against the Tigers since March 2017, almost two years ago.
Penn went south to Duke this weekend, jumping back into the dual meet season for 2019. Despite a promising opening in the 125- and 133- pound weight classes, the Quakers ultimately fell to the Blue Devils 25-18.
The men swept the Big Green and the Bulldogs by scores of 227-73 and 191-109, respectively. On the other side, the women clinched an important win against Dartmouth by a score of 161.5-131.5 but fell to Yale, 237-63.
Penn women’s basketball outplayed the defending Ivy League champions thanks to team defense and fewer mistakes. An hour after that game finished, Princeton men’s basketball did the same.