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Sports Features

04/06/16 10:40pm
For Penn softball, not much has changed in the last two seasons. They have had a strong offense, made several runs at the Ivy Title and had an ace starter named Alexis. But this year, the difference is in the last name. Just a year after graduating perhaps the most illustrious pitcher in program history in Alexis Borden, the Quakers have found a new star in the circle in junior Alexis Sargent. After waiting in the ranks for two years behind Borden, Sargent emerged as Penn's next top starter early in the season, wasting little time in establishing herself as a bona fide ace.
04/06/16 12:31am
After a crazy weekend, the track team is reunited. And this time, they mean business. Last weekend, three groups traveled far and wide in search of elite-level performances that would earn them qualification for the NCAA preliminaries.
04/06/16 12:31am
In a sport so focused on, quite literally, getting ahead of the competition, Penn women’s rowing coach Wesley Ng has somewhat of an odd philosophy. “We're making sure we're not looking ahead, ever.” For Ng's squad, process comes first, and, for the meantime, racing second.
04/06/16 12:31am
It’s no secret that Penn women’s lacrosse has a roster full of clutch playmakers. But none is more integral to the Quakers’ offense than senior captain Nina Corcoran.
04/04/16 9:18pm
I’ll go call my crew, and you go call yours. For the Quakers, that crew is growing, and on the women’s side, looking better than ever.
04/04/16 9:18pm
Tupac Shakur once noted, “Things changed, and thats the way it is” Things may never be the same for Penn heavyweight rowing, as the program has undergone a near-complete overhaul of the coaching staff. 
03/31/16 12:05am
Well, hopefully they got that out of their system. In their last action before kicking off Ivy League play on Friday against Yale, Penn softball fell in both games of a doubleheader versus Lehigh at Penn Park on Wednesday afternoon.
03/30/16 12:04am
Unlike other Penn sports teams, the golf teams do not have a course that they can practice on located on or very near campus.
03/30/16 12:03am
What’s a team to do when it’s already reached the pinnacle of a conference? Reload, of course. Penn men’s golf will rely heavily on new faces if it is to contend once again in 2016.
03/22/16 11:41pm
There’s no other way of putting it — it’s the end of an era. Penn men's swimming legend Chris Swanson has one meet left to bear the colors Red and Blue.
03/22/16 12:47am
If all goes as planned for senior men’s track and field stars Thomas Awad and Sam Mattis, this June’s NCAA National Championships won’t mark the end of their respective 2016 seasons.
03/22/16 12:46am
Historically in athletics, men and women of respective professional sports do not train with or compete against each other.
03/22/16 12:46am
Five track and field freshmen to watch out for in 2016
03/21/16 1:52pm
If anyone had forgotten about Casey Kent last year, his performance in the 2015-16 season has served to jog their memories.
03/18/16 3:35pm
Family. One word describes Penn women’s basketball coach Mike McLaughlin’s program.
03/17/16 12:51am
In collegiate wrestling, there exists a great disconnect between the NCAA and the Ivy League in their policies.
03/16/16 12:03am
Penn baseball is looking to improve after falling just short in each of the last two seasons. But after their roster was pillaged by the University's 2015 Commencement Ceremony, the Quakers will have to fight just to stay afloat. 
03/16/16 12:01am
Yurkow and his Quakers don’t rebuild; they reload.
03/15/16 11:59pm
Being great, but not the very best. It happens to a lot of people. Scottie Pippen. Art Garfunkel. Pepsi.
03/14/16 11:24pm
They've been so close, they could almost taste it. For consecutive years, Penn softball has reigned supreme in the Ivy South Division.