The Big Green join a growing list of Penn’s peers, including Brown and Stanford, that have cut varsity sports in recent times due to revenue lost from the coronavirus pandemic.
While 2020 has been an unusual year by any standard, it's probably a safe bet that few foresaw that football players would be spending more time in pools than swimmers.
It was a long weekend for Penn men's swimming, as the team competed in the Ivy League Championships, where they set several personal records.
At this time in the year, most of Penn’s winter sports have wrapped up their regular seasons, and now it's time for championship competition.
Penn women’s swimming and diving traveled to Providence, R.I. for the Ivy League Championships this weekend and finished with a total of 949.5 points.
Penn men and women’s swimming and diving competed against West Chester in an exciting meet at Sheerr Pool on Saturday afternoon.
Here’s what to look forward to as fencing, wrestling, and swimming and diving enter the final portions of their seasons.
As captain of the team, Xue has consistently put up fast times and has helped lead her team to victory.
The men’s team fell by a score of 169-128, while their women counterparts lost, 187-113. Even in the losses, the teams had respectable performances.
Here’s what to look forward to this weekend as Penn squash, wrestling, and swimming and diving enter the home stretches of their respective seasons.
While both the men’s and women’s teams were able to edge out the Big Green, they both also fell to the host Bulldogs.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Kayla Padilla continues to be a force on the court, swimming races past the competition, and Evan Lee set a program record in the heptathlon.
While everyone on campus is gearing up for final exams, Penn swimming competed last week at the Miami of Ohio Invitational.
Diveris, who has competed in the Ivy League Championship the past two seasons, has been consistently placing in the 1-meter and 3m dives.
Here are three questions about these teams that will be answered by the end of next week.
Here are some of the early highlights of the beginning of the winter season as student-athletes enter Thanksgiving break.
Both the men's and women's team ended the meet with victories over the Big Red, but both also lost to the host Tigers.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's basketball knocks off another power conference opponent, squash continues its recent dominance, and Karekin Brooks hits a milestone mark.
Heading into a weekend full of demanding meets, Penn athletes have the chance to ramp up their early-season performances in some tough cross country, wrestling, and swimming events.
The men and women of Penn swimming share the same coaching staff, train together, and often even swim together based on stroke.