There’s an aura of familiarity surrounding Penn wrestling this season.
Although Penn wrestling doesn’t often feature Philadelphia natives on its roster, this year’s squad includes two freshmen alone who call the City of Brotherly Love home.
Saturday is when Penn Athletics could see one of its teams bring home the program's first Ivy title of 2015-16. But a couple performances over this past weekend garnered plenty of awards for athletes sporting the Red and Blue.
When Penn’s gymnasts hit the floor, expect the music to be bumping.
Out with the old and in with the new.
There’s a new era of R&B in the Penn women’s basketball backcourt.
Guard Antonio Woods was going to be relied upon heavily by Penn basketball in his upcoming sophomore campaign.
Is it possible to describe something as both global and local at the same time?
If any team can claim this paradox, it certainly has to be Penn squash. Together, the men’s and women’s teams compose potentially the most diverse binary of any group on this campus.
The year is 2012, and three wide-eyed freshmen walk onto the Ringe Courts as Red and Blue athletes for the first time, eager to take No.9 Penn men’s squash to new heights.
If only it were that simple.
A lot has changed since Steve Donahue last coached for Penn basketball.
On March 7, 2014, then-sophomore Kasey Chambers took the floor in the second round of the MAAC Tournament with her Monmouth women’s basketball teammates.
Coach Steve Donahue is not the only new fixture at the Palestra these days for Penn men’s basketball.
Since the dawn of the official 2015-16 season, the Quakers have welcomed another newcomer into their practices, this one a little more technologically advanced than the new head coach.
This season, Penn women's basketball captains have some big shoes to fill, and some unorthodox ways to go about filling them.
From the Red and Blue to the Red, White and Blue, Gilly Lane had a busy summer.
The former assistant coach of Penn Squash begins a new chapter as Associate Head Coach following his promotion in July.
Do you dream of representing your nation at the World Cup?
Penn fencing is opening its season, lunging.
Tony Hicks was objectively the most talented player on Penn basketball’s roster.
Same, same but different.
The typical American collegiate experience is four years. While some deviate from that path and finish early or late, a majority of students at Penn find themselves on a similar track.