Heading into the organization's third year, BSAP hopes to continue providing support for its Black athletes.
With the fall season in the books, let's take a look at how each of Penn's teams did this year.
The Quakers took one set off the Big Green, but ultimately closed out the year with another conference loss.
The Quakers are now 1-7 in Ivy play, and 3-15 overall in 2023.
After suffering a season-ending ankle injury, Flornes is committed to helping the team succeed.
Volleyball got its first conference win, while field hockey dropped its first game in Ivy play.
Field hockey stays undefeated in conference play, while men’s soccer picked up its first Ivy win.
Deller has 38 digs playing on Penn's back line so far this season.
Rittenberg has already appeared in 14 matches for the Quakers this year.
Reid started all 24 games and played in all 92 sets as Penn volleyball's libero last season.
The senior setter has had to face numerous setbacks, but looks back fondly on her earlier days as a Quaker.
Field hockey grabbed a tight home win over Yale while volleyball and women’s soccer suffered away losses.
Additionally, women's soccer played two Philadelphia rivals and field hockey lost twice to Big 10 teams.
Many Quaker teams have struggled out of the gate, but the best is yet to come.
Both cross country squads impressed last weekend, while men's soccer and volleyball have struggled so far.
Here are the athletes and matchups to look out for in Quaker competition this fall.
Will Penn soccer repeat as Ivy League champs? How will men's basketball fare without Jordan Dingle? These games will tell at least part of the answer.
Relive the Class of 2023's first year, in which the University transitioned to online school and the 2020 Democratic presidential primary election was in full swing.
The plaque honors the Palestra's place as a venue for basketball games, gymnastics meets, concerts, and more.
With the 2022 season in the books, and as the calendar prepares to turn, here is all you need to know about Penn’s fall sports.