The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the world of sports into a tough spot. Tennis has not been immune from the pandemic, especially at the collegiate level.
Women have been present at the University since the late 1800s, but the first mention of a formalized association of women’s athletics at Penn is found in the 1917 women’s yearbook.
With new allegations that Trump paid a proxy to take his SAT, we look at why the President did not attempt to gain admission as a recruited baseball player, a sport at which he claimed to have been phenomenal.
The Penn Class of 2020 featured some truly outstanding athletes, many of whom had their careers cut short due to the coronavirus.
Heading into a busy weekend of competition, here is what to look for from Penn tennis and track and field.
Seeing as many of his teammates didn't know CPR, Jeff Zucker suggested instituting mandatory CPR training for Penn athletes.
While overhand serves may be the convention in tennis, nearly half of the players for the Red and Blue use underhand serves to their advantage.
The star freshman for Penn women’s tennis was unanimously named the Ivy League Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
Nearly a decade into her time at the helm of Penn women’s tennis, Kunovac has overseen an influx of foreign-born players who seem to transition seamlessly into the team.
Regardless of how bumpy the journeys may have been, both Penn men’s and women’s tennis finished their seasons with back-to-back wins against Yale and Brown this weekend.
As the spring season enters its final stretch, each game's impact is that much more significant. Here are some of the key matchups for Penn athletics this weekend.
The women had a very successful weekend, sweeping both of their matches, while the men were unable to stop their Ivy League losing streak.
Here's a look at three impressive athletes who can make a big impact this weekend in their respective sports.
Both the men’s and the women’s tennis took on Harvard and Dartmouth, and of the four matches, the only victory for the Quakers was the women’s win against the Big Green.
This weekend, Penn tennis, rowing, and golf will continue their seasons against Ivy League opponents. Here are three questions for the upcoming competitions.
Both the Penn men’s and women’s teams this season feature international players from a broad range of countries.
Ivy League play started off on a sour note for Penn men's and women's tennis, as both sides fell to rival Princeton this Saturday..
It didn’t take long for Penn men’s tennis’ senior star Kyle Mautner to become an integral part of the program, but he’s come a long way over the course of his four years.
Bryzgalova, a decorated four-time national champion and two-time ITF pro doubles winner, adds more than just her experience to the team.
The spring seasons are rapidly unfolding, with tennis heading into Ivy play and rowing and golf getting their seasons underway.