The Red and Blue are by no means easing into the season, as they begin their 2019-20 campaign with a road matchup against Alabama.
Notably, junior linebacker Brian O'Neill stepped up in key moments of the game to help stop the potent Brown offensive attack, earning himself Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week honors.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's cross country wins the Ivy Heps, Ryan Cragun continues his monster season, and coach Bill Wagner says goodbye to Penn sprint football.
Boasting a combined 100 players on the men’s and women’s teams, Penn ultimate frisbee provides students with a team sport that is also a tight-knit group.
The NCAA is making moves towards paying its collegiate stars after the executive board unanimously voted last Tuesday to allow athletes to profit from their names, images, and likenesses.
I believe a bill to allow college athletes to endorse products is needed to bring equity to the college sports marketplace.
After working with the team for the last four years as a student manager, Sarah Parks was hired this year as the new Director of Operations for Penn men’s basketball.
A weekend road trip across New York to battle Columbia and Cornell led to a pair of losses for Penn volleyball.
The Quakers were neck and neck with Brown for the whole game, but a last-minute penalty call handed the Bears the win.
Penn field hockey came out of the gates quickly and had a strong finish against Brown on Saturday afternoon.
En route to leading the Quakers to a win at the Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country men's championship, the junior finished as the individual runner-up in 24:38.3.
On Saturday night, Wagner concluded his 50-year career with the Red and Blue with a hard-earned, 31-21 victory against Caldwell.
Penn wrestling kicked off a new season over the weekend, with the majority of the team making the trip up to East Lansing, Mich. for the Michigan State Open.
The junior pair of forward Tori Crawford and guard Michae Jones picked up valuable minutes off the bench last year for Penn women’s basketball, and their roles are only set to increase this season.
Sophomores Bryce Washington and Michael Wang both played well while seeing an unprecedented amount of minutes as freshmen over the course of last season.
If Betley really does return “better than ever,” both his personal and team goals have a good chance of coming to fruition.
Through the ups and downs, dedicated Penn fans have stayed by the Quakers over the years.
With several big gaps to fill on the court this season, having a diverse skill set will help the freshmen contribute in a big way to the Red and Blue.
In coach Mike McLaughlin’s first season at Penn, the Quakers were struggling to win a single game. Fast forward a decade, and Penn is coming off six straight 20-win seasons.
The junior center is coming off of an all-around dominant 2018 season in which she led the Quakers to a regular season League championship while garnering numerous individual honors.