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10/21/09 4:51am
Behind the career-high numbers from Elizabeth Semmens — who earned Ivy League Player of the Week honors — Penn defeated both Dartmouth and Harvard in four sets to remain undefeated in Ivy League play.
10/16/09 2:47am

‘Hot hitter’ in League play

Freshman Lauren Martin — whose performance earned her Ivy League Freshman of the Week honors — and the Penn volleyball team will take to the road this weekend, visiting Dartmouth and Harvard.
10/13/09 5:39am
The most notable feat this weekend occurred in New Haven, Conn., when Penn volleyball conquered defending Ivy champion Yale.
10/12/09 12:35am
History repeated itself as it took all five sets for Penn to take down defending champion Yale and improve to 3-0 in the Ivy League. They now have an inside track at dethroning the Bulldogs.
10/09/09 7:02am

Setting up to dig deep in Yale clash

The Bulldogs (11-1, 1-0 Ivy) are off to an even better start this year, and will try to avoid a repeat when Penn (10-4, 1-0) visits Saturday for a 4 p.m. matchup. The Quakers’ road trip begins tonight with a 7 p.m. contest against Brown.
10/05/09 5:55am

Seven-win streak squashed

Saturday night at Dillon Gym, the Quakers opened up their 2009 Ivy schedule by emphatically ending that trend, as it swept the Tigers 3-0.
10/02/09 5:45am

Quakers looking for new luck against new-look Tigers

Tomorrow night, when the Quakers (9-4) open Ivy League play and a five-game road trip they’ll face a struggling Tigers team that’s 2-9.
09/28/09 6:46am
Despite playing in Hawkins’ favorite venue, the Quakers greeted junior Julia Swanson’s return from injury with a 1-2 record as hosts of the Holiday Inn HD Tournament. Penn beat St. Francis (Pa.), 3-0, but fell 3-0 to Santa Clara and 3-1 to tournament champion Albany.
09/25/09 6:09am

Penn tries to tame bucking Broncos

In the second game of this weekend’s Holiday Inn tournament at the Palestra, the Quakers (8-2) will take on Santa Clara (8-4), which coach Kerry Carr said is easily the best team on the non-conference schedule.
09/21/09 5:00am

No Swanson, no problem for Penn

The Quakers defeated Ball State in four sets and Towson in five. But Elizabeth Semmens could only manage eight kills as the entire Penn squad struggled Saturday and was swept by George Washington.
09/21/09 1:13am

Starters will drive the Carr

The Penn volleyball team is off to its best start since 2000, when it finished 22-8 and took second place in the Ivy League.
09/14/09 5:34am

Penn has more than Lone Star

The Quakers beat Texas A&M; Corpus Christi, 3-1, Friday, and then knocked off Cal State Bakersfield, 3-1, and swept Houston Baptist Saturday.
09/11/09 4:18am

Californians aren't Penn's Lone Stars

In four of the last six seasons, volleyball's pre-Ivy schedule has included a trip to California, a state that boasts the best volleyball recruits (including nine of the 23 current Quakers).
09/09/09 10:12pm

Carr and Co. net Big 5 Tourney title

It was three games and three heroes for Penn volleyball in this weekend's inaugural Big 5 Tournament.
09/09/09 1:23am

Season Preview | Lock up the block for successful year

With a new season kicking off this weekend as the Quakers host Temple, La Salle and Villanova in the Big 5 Tournament, coach Kerry Carr knows that improved blocking, especially by the middle hitters, will be the key to success in 2009.
09/03/09 4:20am

Lock up the block for successful year

Despite struggling with its blocking all season, the 2008 Penn volleyball team finished third in the Ivy League.