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.
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.
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.
Penn's Ringe Squash Courts will have the opportunity to host the College Squash Association Individual Championships in March.
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.
Seniors Phoebe Sterba and Kendall Grasela have accomplished an impressive list of feats during their careers for Penn women’s basketball.
The Quakers are projected to be right in the running for an Ivy League championship. Freshmen Kayla Padilla and Silke Milliman look ready to make an impact right away.
While it may have taken him longer to find his voice and his role in the offense, nobody can question how important Goodman will be to Penn men's basketball this season, even if he is sometimes overshadowed.
Penn and Princeton are widely expected to top the Ancient Eight this season, but the final two spots in the Ivy League Tournament are very much up for grabs.
With Penn men's basketball getting set to start its quest for an Ivy League title, here is a look at the rest of the Ancient Eight competition.
The Quakers entered the year aiming to win the Collegiate Sprint Football League championship to celebrate coach Bill Wagner’s 50th and final season at the helm of the program.
By the end of the 2018-19 fiscal year, the Penn Champions Club had raised $157.4 million for the Game Onward Campaign, exceeding its original goal of $150 million.
The trip from JSerra Catholic High School in San Juan Capistrano, Calif. to the University of Pennsylvania is a long one — 2,700 miles long.
For many of the teams at Penn, postgame tailgates provide a space for friends and family to congregate after a match or meet.