Nine Quakers, six countries, six sports. Here’s a look at the athletes who repped the Red and Blue in addition to their countries’ colors at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
While it didn't end as abruptly as last year's season, this year's athletics season was marred by cancellations and a lack of play.
For many of Penn's graduating seniors, this meant that they had no traditional senior night. In honor of these soon-to-be graduates, here's a look at some of the seniors from spring sports that impacted their respective programs the most.
In addition to being two of Penn’s best singles players, Smith and Hildebrandt are Penn’s No. 1 doubles pairing this season.
Born in Bosnia, Penn women’s tennis coach Sanela Kunovac's athletic journey began when she was 3 years old. After getting lost at a beach and sending her parents into a frenzy, she was finally found at the tennis courts, mesmerized by the ball going back and forth.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Gibson Thomas of Penn women’s tennis 15 questions about her time with the team, her experience at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the sophomore had to say.
Although organized tennis had been present at Penn as early as 1880, it took the University multiple years to catch up with its Ivy League counterparts in forming an official tennis team.
On Friday, the Red and Blue swept all six singles matches to cruise past the Wildcats. The next day, the Quakers used a strong showing in doubles to propel them to victory over the Dragons.
Ten days after a return to in-person classes for fall 2021 was announced, the Quakers moved into Ivy Phase IV and spring sports teams are now being allowed to have in-person competitions against local universities. As shifts towards a post-pandemic college atmosphere occur, we take a look at what the fall will look like on campus.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Jennifer Richards of Penn women’s tennis 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and life overall.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Aleks Huryn of Penn men's tennis 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
Growing up in Croatia, Curnic found a love for tennis at the age of five. Despite the strong competition, she performed well in all of her tournaments and started to take tennis more seriously when she was 11, playing for the Croatian national team. Eventually, she found herself on a much larger stage, competing in tournaments across Europe at the age of 15.
It wasn't until his forties that Ein began playing in professional tournaments, and he is the oldest person to ever receive an ATP doubles ranking.
After competing professionally across Europe for multiple years, junior Iulia Byzglova decided to further her studies at Penn and has been dominating the women's collegiate tennis world ever since.
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.