With the fall season in the books, let's take a look at how each of Penn's teams did this year.
A surprise onside kick recovery in the first half by the Midshipmen set the tone.
Johnson has excelled as both a defensive back and return specialist in his freshman season.
The junior walked on to the team, and has shown with his versatility the ability to play multiple positions.
Falletta is already the team's leading receiver through three games.
From blowout losses to thrilling comeback victories, the Quakers' season has been a rollercoaster.
Volleyball got its first conference win, while field hockey dropped its first game in Ivy play.
Unlike other varsity sports, the program relies on athletes reaching out with interest rather than traditional recruiters.
Field hockey was able to secure a win at Columbia, while men's soccer faltered on the road.
Field hockey grabbed a tight home win over Yale while volleyball and women’s soccer suffered away losses.
Additionally, women's soccer played two Philadelphia rivals and field hockey lost twice to Big 10 teams.
A stadium was first built on the site in 1895, but the iconic two-tiered concrete structure wasn't completed until 1925.
Here are the athletes and matchups to look out for in Quaker competition this fall.
Several members of the Class of 2023 have left indelible marks on their respective programs.
With the 2022 season in the books, and as the calendar prepares to turn, here is all you need to know about Penn’s fall sports.
After a strong start that knotted Penn and Navy up at seven apiece, the Midshipmen quickly took control, earning a 42-14 blowout victory.
Despite being only a freshman, Charles Tauckus has been one of the best players on the Penn sprint football defense so far this season.
Many of Penn’s fall sports have begun to reach their homestretch, with the final few games set to decide the fate of their season.
As the fall sports season starts to come to a close, several of Penn's teams have received national attention after strong campaigns thus far.
Following an ankle injury that almost jeopardized his sprint football career, Jordan Ortiz is now a key piece for Penn, securing a CSFL Defensive Player of the Week nod.