While the coronavirus threw the world into tumult, 2020 graduate Nia Akins moved to Seattle and became the first 2020 NCAA track athlete to go pro.
While the vast majority of Quaker athletes spend their entire collegiate careers at Penn, some make the tough choice to explore opportunities at other schools.
Nearly every Penn sports team has held a virtual team discussion to discuss the recent protests and the issues of racism that they have brought to light
After concern that the demotions could reduce diversity on campus and in athletics, Brown reversed its decision to cut the teams.
The Penn Class of 2020 featured some truly outstanding athletes, many of whom had their careers cut short due to the coronavirus.
Home to Penn football for 126 years, Franklin Field is one of the most storied and hallowed gridiron venues in the entire country.
As a result of the coronavirus ending her collegiate track career, Akins has begun training for the Olympics.
The five-hour event was streamed on Twitch and hosted by esports journalist Jeff Eisenband, with a number of guests joining him for interviews or to provide commentary.
In place of the traditional Relays, which were canceled due to COVID-19, Penn Athletics has announced it will team up with esports giant Gen.G to broadcast a virtual edition of the event.
In lieu of the standard three-day competition, Penn Athletics announced its intention to host a substitute one-day event later in May or June to make up for the cancellation.
The Jamaican government has implemented a travel ban on its schools from attending the Franklin Field-hosted Penn Relays, slated for its 126th running this April.
Penn women’s track and field secured the team’s third consecutive victory in the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships with 133 points.
Sophomore Skyla Wilson had an impressive individual performance at this year's Indoor Ivy Heps that helped propel her team to victory, and her efforts were good enough to earn her DP Sports Player of the Week.
At this time in the year, most of Penn’s winter sports have wrapped up their regular seasons, and now it's time for championship competition.
Coming off a historic weekend in Clemson, S.C. and Boston, the Quakers were determined to prove that they still have fuel in their engine as they head into the postseason.
Penn's winter sports teams aren't resting just yet. Though the women's squash season is winding down, indoor track and field and gymnastics still have a few weeks to go.
This weekend, one group from Penn track and field competed at the BU David Hemery Valentine Invitational, while the other competed at the Clemson Tiger Paw Invitational.
As winter sports enter the last leg of the seasons, here’s a look at what these three teams are up against this weekend.
Penn men's and women's track and field continued their recent success on Saturday at the Sykes & Sabock Challenge Cup at Penn State.
Persistence will be key in sophomore Mayyi Mahama's efforts to break the Penn record in the weight throw this weekend.