While there are unique challenges for these student-athletes, coming to the U.S. for college offers unique benefits.
Patterson took up running in high school to get in shape for lacrosse, but she is now excelling on the track in college.
Tenisci dedicated over three decades to the program before his retirement as Penn coach in 2016.
The women's cross country and track senior is competing in what she hopes to be her first full season.
The start of the near $70 million project was announced by Penn Athletics last March.
The sophomore represented Singapore, and ultimately finished seventh.
A stadium was first built on the site in 1895, but the iconic two-tiered concrete structure wasn't completed until 1925.
The middle-distance runner set multiple Quaker records before her graduation in 2020.
Colbert has just a few meets to go in his Quaker career, and is currently focused on preparing for the upcoming Ivy League Heptathlons.
Juniors Scott Toney and Liv Morganti earned championship bids in the pole vault and 3,000m steeplechase, respectively.
With some of their seasons not quite over yet, the members of the Class of 2023 are still forging their Quaker legacies.
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Several Quakers have notched victories and broken program records earlier this season.
Penn is sending an impressive front to represent the Red and Blue at this year's Relays — both on the track and in the field.
The two-time Olympian has accumulated five world championship medals, eight national indoor titles, and is a four-time national champion.
Many Quakers will enter Penn Relays with momentum from breaking personal and program records earlier in the outdoor season.
Many high school commits reflected on how the lively campus atmosphere drove them to pick Penn as the home for their collegiate careers.
Penn is set to compete in over 30 events across the three-day event at Franklin Field.