Every green is different, but women's golf senior captain Mary Shin stays the same in proving remarkable results.
Young Quakers is a Netter Center program that partners varsity Penn athletes with K-8 students at Penn's University-Assisted Community Schools (UACS) in West Philadelphia.
Penn was in charge of managing much of the grunt work for the event, which included accommodating teams and assisting the media in attendance.
This weekend, Penn will play host to two Sweet Sixteen games and one Elite Eight game, meaning it'll manage much of the grunt work that goes into planning the event.
In the piece, Thomas talks about her historic season, experiences and difficulties transitioning, and goals after she graduates this spring.
Sophomores Ana and Sara Kenefick and freshmen Isabella and Marigold Garrett translate their teamwork as twins to teamwork as Quakers.
Penn women's squash sophomore Yoshna Singh, who coach Jack Wyant says has the best serve in program history, has been able to adjust to her new bearings with the help of the connections she's made on the team.
In another record-breaking outing for the Quakers, junior gymnast McCaleigh Marr brought her best to the beam to claim the title.
Players of men's tennis come from across the country and the world to convene as the Red and Blue as one of the most geographically diverse rosters in Penn sports.
After suffering a freak injury during last year's canceled season, Clark Slajchert rallied back to become a focal point for the Quakers as they make a run at the Ivy title.
In addition to two players that are currently on the roster, Northfield Mount Hermon has produced several other Quakers, including Red and Blue legend AJ Brodeur.
Over 53 years in the making, the No. 1 men’s team in the nation added another notch on its belt, storming to the title last Sunday with a win over Cornell.
The team features fencers from seven different states and four countries.
After last playing as a Quaker in March of 2020, AJ Brodeur reflects on playing professionally through various European leagues.
Penn men's squash, No. 1 in the country, closes its regular season with an outright Ivy League title. Now, it will chase even higher honors at the CSA Team Championships.
As the indoor track and field teams head into a crucial stretch of their season, we check in on some of the top competitors in the program.
Despite early setbacks in his collegiate career, junior guard Jonah Charles has found early success this season, helping lead the Quakers to a breakout season so far.
Prior to the formation of the NBA, the SPAHS, an independent Hebrew basketball team in Philadelphia, was one of the most dominant basketball dynasties in America.
Despite the pandemic shutting down her junior track season, senior Ariana Gardizy has not missed a beat, leading the Quakers to success on the track as a captain and competing in international track competitions while balancing nursing research and her occupation as a realtor.
As the 20th winningest men's basketball program of all-time, Penn's greatest success was from 1966 to 2007, and most of the players on this list played in this era.