Flying slightly under the radar of the school’s more noteworthy alumni are the Marymount volleyball program's Taylor Fourticq and Caroline Douglas, both of whom are freshmen at Penn.
Freshmen Sean Banko and Michael Keehan, senior Andrew Hally, and his brother Pat Hally (Class of '17) all attended Salesianum School before donning the Red and Blue.
For Penn tight ends coach Ryan Becker, football wasn’t always an obvious career choice. However, it didn’t take long for him to discover his talent.
To help them out when defending penalty corners, the Quakers sport clear masks, which cover their faces almost entirely.
Alongside regular strength and conditioning, the field hockey team has been taking weekly cryotherapy trips to help with recovery during the season.
Here's a look at the way the other seven teams in the Ancient Eight will line up this season.
This past off-season, renovations across Franklin Field resumed, restricting access to much of the stadium to fans. Construction will continue until the spring.
The Quakers will roll with senior Nick Robinson at quarterback this year as they attempt to return to the top of the Ivy League.
Morris, who was hired as Penn football’s new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in January, has been cherishing his time with the Red and Blue so far.
Throughout coach Ray Priore’s time with the program, Penn football has produced a disproportionate amount of the best tailbacks in the Ivy League.
Inside linebacker Nick Miller may have been the best player in the Ivy League last year. After his graduation, it’s someone else’s time to step up.
Here are the players to keep an eye on at each position this season for Penn football.
This year, a new setter is making an impact for Penn. Freshman Taylor Fourticq has played in four matches and already has 132 assists.
Mike McCurdy, former sprint football quarterback and 2017 Penn graduate, never ceased to impress on and off the field during his time on campus.
Penn field hockey is scheduled to play more than 40 percent of its matches against nationally ranked teams, but despite not being ranked itself, the team is not intimidated by its schedule.
The seniors of Penn women's soccer have one last season to achieve their goals and make a lasting impact on the team.
Overall, college football has seen a steady decline in game attendance, and Penn is all too familiar with this issue.
This is what has made Wagner so popular throughout his whole life: his unbounded enthusiasm for sports, his genuine passion for all that he does, his unwavering commitment to others.
During their freshman year, Jenkins and Hermann joined the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, where both served in leadership roles.
Now, the Quakers will have to look to the returning members of the team for defensive talent.