11 Quakers traveled to Austin, TX for the NCAA Championships, which spanned four days, from Wednesday to Saturday.
With a record-breaking team of ten athletes, five of whom are the first Quakers to qualify for their events, Penn track and field is geared up for the NCAA Championship this week.
A program record ten athletes from Penn track and field have advanced from the NCAA Preliminaries to the Championships, which will take place in Austin, Texas from June 5 to 8.
This weekend, 27 members of Penn track and field will travel to Jacksonville, FL. for the NCAA Preliminaries.
In their last meet before the NCAA preliminaries next weekend, Penn track had strong performances at the ECAC & IC4A Championships.
With the latest win has come a slew of conference awards, which were announced for both men’s and women’s track on Wednesday.
This weekend, Penn women’s track captured its second consecutive Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championship, the first time the team has gone back-to-back in the competition since 1985-86.
Despite all of the hype surrounding the professional and top high school athletes at the Penn Relays, junior Nia Akins dominated her events to earn widespread recognition.
With marquee events taking place on each day of the meet, there were many unforgettable moments throughout the weekend.
After a thrilling weekend of competition, Penn track came away with one of its most successful performances in Relays history.
This year, Nehemiah was named the Honorary Carnival Referee for the 125th Penn Relays. The Daily Pennsylvanian chatted with the track legend 40 years after his MVP meet.
Despite the windy conditions on Saturday, Franklin Field was packed with spectators and athletes from all over the world, eager to see the 125th Penn Relays play out.
Despite two rain delays on the second day of the 125th Penn Relays, athletes and spectators persisted through the poor weather for what turned out to be an action-packed day.
A few future Penn athletes are at center stage, trying to make a name for themselves before they set foot on campus next fall.
On the first day of this year's 125th edition of the event, Penn women's track made some history of its own.
Over the past few years, senior thrower Rachel Lee Wilson has become one of the most dominant athletes in Penn track.
On the 125th running of the event that draws more athletes than the Olympics, we’re taking a look back at the biggest historical moments.
The Red and Blue have positioned themselves to perform well, and both the men and women have the record to prove it.
Penn track will host the 125th Penn Relays at Franklin Field this week. Here are four key events you won't want to miss.
This Saturday at Princeton, Penn men's and women's track had one final chance to ready themselves for next weekend’s 125th Penn Relays at the Larry Ellis Invitational.