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.
As the spring season enters its final stretch, each game's impact is that much more significant. Here are some of the key matchups for Penn athletics this weekend.
Junior pole vaulter Sean Clarke is one of the most recognizable athletes at Penn. This season, he also has a legitimate shot at a national title.
When all was said and done, Penn took home 10 victories, and 10 of its performances secured spots in the top 10 all-time for their respective events.
Here's a look at three impressive athletes who can make a big impact this weekend in their respective sports.
Senior high jumper Anna Peyton Malizia will aim for the sky in her last outdoor season for Penn women's track.
Even though their Friday meet at Temple was cancelled due to weather, the Quakers took home a total of seven wins this weekend.
There’s a lot more to senior sprinter Calvary Rogers than his collection of records on the track.
The Quakers displayed impressive performances, returning home with two titles and 14 top 10 all-time records.
Nia Akins started track by accident. Now she is second in the nation.
The women secured a dominant first place overall finish against a very competitive mix of 12 teams. The men finished second out of 10 teams, just six points behind Army.
Professional athletes get paid for their talents. So why can't college athletes also get compensated?