This weekend, Penn volleyball gave its seniors a pair of wins to celebrate, as the Quakers swept back-to-back Ivy League contests over Harvard and Dartmouth.
Senior Nick Robinson won't be around next season, but junior Ryan Glover will, and he should have been given his moment to shine earlier than this Saturday's victory over Cornell.
The Quakers took on Princeton this weekend with both teams entering tied for third in the Ivy League table, a place they will continue to share after this weekend’s draw.
In a 3-1 loss against No. 8 Princeton, the team honored seniors Alexa Murray, Alexa Schneck, Ava Rosati, and Laura Shelton.
Penn men’s basketball, coming off of an impressive opening victory on the road against Alabama on Tuesday, suffered an 80-61 loss to Rice in Houston on Saturday.
In a nail-biting, 21-20 Homecoming Saturday victory for Penn over Cornell, junior Ryan Glover came in and performed for the Quakers.
In a 92-44 win over Siena, the Quakers coasted from beginning to end in a complete team win to open the season. Fluid offense and stifling defense defined the Penn performance.
Halfway through Homecoming, Penn football is tied with Cornell at 7 apiece in a game that has so far been characterized by a lack of offensive thrill.
Penn football faces Cornell in a Homecoming Saturday game where both sides are looking for their second Ivy League win of the season.
It is now officially past Week 9 in the NFL season, which means we’re over halfway through, but what does this mean for the three Penn alumni in the league?
After Penn men’s squash jumped from No. 7 to No. 3 in the national rankings last season, expectations are high for them to deliver again this year.
There will be two very evenly matched teams taking the field on Saturday. Penn and Cornell will each come into the game with only one conference win.
With the weekend approaching, here's a look at some of the key matchups for Penn teams as the fall season comes to a close.
As the leaves begin to fall off the trees, the fall sports begin to end. Here are major storylines to look out for as winter sports get ready to kick off.
After top performances at Ivy Heps this past week, a number of Penn cross country runners have been rewarded with All-Ivy honors.
Last year's regular season Ivy League champs are back in action, and they’re ready to win even more games this year.
Jamila and Amina Tamer have joined the ranks of high-performing Egyptian squash players pursuing athletic and academic excellence in the Ivy League.
Sedky’s four seasons as a Quaker were nothing short of remarkable, especially as she became Penn’s first women’s Individual National Champion since 1996 during her junior year.
In a fast-paced, back-and-forth contest on Tuesday night, Penn men’s basketball opened the season with a nail-biting 81-80 victory against Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Penn's Ringe Squash Courts will have the opportunity to host the College Squash Association Individual Championships in March.