Northfield Mount Hermon School has produced alumni that have gone on to become diplomats, athletes, and federal judges. Three of them play for Penn men’s basketball.
She's an athletic trainer, he's a strength coach. The thing that brought this Penn Athletics power couple together? You guessed it: sprint football.
2019 is, in many ways, a historic season for the entire sport, as it marks the beginning of the much-hyped "Shot Clock Era."
On most sports teams, being a senior means becoming a leader on the team. Junkin has been training for that role since the beginning of his Penn career.
Now, at 33 years old, Lane is wise beyond his years. The future of Penn squash looks bright with him at the helm.
Senior Erin is in her last year as a swimmer for Penn, but she is now passing the baton to her freshman sister Katie Kiely.
With increased blood flow, cupping is thought to help reduce muscle tension and promote cell repair – functions that serve swimmers well with their high level of physical exertion.
The Jamaican native, who has 2020 Tokyo goals alongside his Penn career, now holds Jamaican national records in three events: the 200-yard individual medley, 200 backstroke, and 200 butterfly.
Now in its second season of play with the Red and Blue, the practice squad consists of eight players and has become an integral part of the program.
In recent years, Penn wrestling has attracted a number of top recruits from across the country. This is evident from the performances of this year’s freshman class.
The Quakers' newcomers have been a major part of the team's success this season. Freshmen Ava Caravela, Sydney Kraez, and Natalie Yang have all proven themselves on the mat.
From sparkles and mesh, to the elaborate red and blue designs, a lot goes into the Penn gymnastics leotards.
It is her growth as a captain and a leader that is truly remarkable and has even taken Moore herself by surprise.
While varsity and club athletes alike utilize the Bubble to practice during the winter, most are left to wonder about its contents.
While the Quakers are well into their indoor season, there is a much lengthier vision on the horizon for these athletes with the outdoor season starting in March.
Goodman and Grasela both starred at Germantown Academy, a prep school in Fort Washington, Pa., less than an hour away from Penn.
With 14 points in the first half last weekend against Temple, junior forward Kuba Mijakowski sparked the Penn offense to a huge win and a share of the Big 5 title.
With the current reconstruction of the Ringe Courts this season, Penn squash has been practicing and playing home matches at Drexel’s Kline & Specter Squash Center.
Coach Gilly Lane, who is entering his third season at the helm after graduating from Penn in 2007, has transformed the Quakers into a national squash powerhouse since his arrival.
Penn men’s squash seems to have adopted this approach with the freshman big three — Aly Abou Eleinen, James Flynn, and Michael Mehl — all of whom have helped propel the program to the very top of collegiate squash.