It didn’t take long for Penn men’s tennis’ senior star Kyle Mautner to become an integral part of the program, but he’s come a long way over the course of his four years.
No. 5 Penn women's lacrosse travelled westward to take on No. 9 Northwestern in their final non-conference matchup of the season, but ultimately lost for the second time this season.
All teams — men’s lightweight, heavyweight and women’s — competed for the top spot in a number of races, hoping to begin the spring on a good note.
Bryzgalova, a decorated four-time national champion and two-time ITF pro doubles winner, adds more than just her experience to the team.
The Quakers beat Dartmouth on Saturday, 17-10, in the final game of a three-game series that began with a doubleheader on Friday.
Penn men’s lacrosse kept its winning streak intact on Saturday with a thrilling 13-12 overtime win over Ivy League rival and defending national champion Yale.
Through just 18 games this season the Quakers have scored 169 runs, good for a clip of 9.4 runs per game.
There are several things I’d like to note in the recently published DP articles which argued for and against the compensation of collegiate athletes.
The Quakers enter their next game against Northwestern as the No. 5 team in the country according to the Women’s Division I Media Poll, and their 9-1 record tops the Ivy League.
As a freshman, Handley has played in all seven of the Quakers’ games so far this season and has scored in almost every one of them.
The Quakers never led against the visiting Broncs and fell by a score of 5-2 after giving up the first five runs of the game.
The spring seasons are rapidly unfolding, with tennis heading into Ivy play and rowing and golf getting their seasons underway.
Despite starting strong, the Quakers faltered late and ended up losing to the Wildcats by a score of 5-4.
For Penn women’s lacrosse, this Sunday’s contest in Evanston, Ill. against No. 5 Northwestern is one that the team has been looking forward to for an entire year.
In a season already defined by fierce competition, Penn men’s lacrosse will face what may be its toughest opponent yet on Saturday — the reigning national champion, No. 2 Yale.
The members of Penn softball knows how to enjoy themselves outside the lines with a fun, and sometimes competitive, game of hacky sack before they take the field.
For freshman pitcher Julia Longo, the story of the season has been improvement.
After a five-month break from competition, Penn men’s golf finally played its spring season opener at the Golden Horseshoe Intercollegiate in Williamsburg, Va.
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.