This team will be hoping to rewrite the record books with three runners returning.
No event in track and field captures the spectator’s attention quite like the steeplechase.
Excited for the Penn Relays? Neither am I. Or at least not as excited as I was last year, when Usain Bolt descended upon Franklin Field
Elementary school children have been running at the Relays since the early 1950s.
A look at international participation in the Penn Relays.
Legally blind sportswriter David Block has become a fixture at the Penn Relays.
Athletes representing 59 different college conferences and over 60 different countries will compete in 318 combined running and field events at the Penn Relays. But outnumbering the many runners hungry to win this week will be the number of people just wanting to eat on the run.
You may think the 100-meter is the fastest race, but you would be wrong. In less than fifty seconds, the 4x100 meter relay can produce the sweetest of melodies or the most discordant screeches. The symphony — and its four beautiful movements — have the power to move.
As a freshman in college, I'm set to attend all three days of Penn Relays for the first time — and I'm praying they're just as good as I remember.
Both teams combined for 23 top-three finishes across the various sections.
Competing at the George Mason Invitational, four members of Penn men’s track and field posted IC4A Championship-qualifying times.
For juniors Paige Madison and Victoria Strickland, running the 800-meter dash is paying dividends, no matter how painful it may be.
In their second home meet, the Red and Blue combined for 14 victories at the Penn Invitational.
The very first time Gabrielle Piper donned a Penn track jersey, she placed her name in Penn’s record books. Twice.
Runner and 1997 College graduate Adria Sheth and her husband Brian have donated $1 million to endow the Betty J. Costanza Women’s Track & Field coaching position.
In their first track meets at Franklin Field, Maalik Reynolds, Mason Smith, Karl Ingram and Gabrielle Piper all claimed big victories.
James Finucane, Penn track’s junior miler, projects humility. In fact, Finucane is so noticeably humble that one would not likely guess he is currently Penn’s fastest miler.
This weekend, Penn’s track and field team will travel to the Armory, a state-of-the-art indoor track facility in Manhattan, to compete at the indoor track Heptagonal Championships.
In high school, Conner Paez knew how to run hard. But as a freshman at Penn, he could never take a break.
In his first competition for the Red and Blue, highly-touted freshman high jumper Maalik Reynolds has already put his stamp on the Penn program.