After a year of canceled competition, winter sports returned this season to Penn's campus. With them, many Quaker seniors were able to make one last mark on the program they dedicated their college careers to.
Mia Lakstigala, who was the third-leading scorer and rebounder for Penn women's basketball this past season, is heading to George Washington University next season to play for the Colonials.
Young Quakers is a Netter Center program that partners varsity Penn athletes with K-8 students at Penn's University-Assisted Community Schools (UACS) in West Philadelphia.
Keep up to date with the Quakers as winter sports charge towards final gasps for glory at NCAA Championships and spring sports show hints of what the coming season has in store.
Going up against a team that hadn't lost an Ivy matchup all season, the Quakers had their work cut out for them, and while they kept it close early, they couldn't keep up with the Tigers for most of the game.
With the welcome return of senior captain Meg Hair after an absence due to injury, the seniors stepped up to name the night as their own.
Sports reporter Carter Lynn gives his thoughts on Penn's win against Cornell, which comes at a crucial time for a team on the Ivy Tournament bubble
Led by Kayla Padilla's 25 points and and Kennedy Suttle's 17 rebounds, the Quakers earned a huge road win in Ithaca in a close game against the Big Red.
With just three games remaining in their season and only a half-game out of the top half of the conference, the Quakers' game against Cornell on Wednesday will be one of their most crucial ones all season.
In a weekend where Penn basketball split its four games, here's a look at the five plays that made the biggest impact and were the most impressive.
As Kayla Padilla stepped back from the role of leading scorer, her teammates thrived from her support off the ball.
Despite a valiant effort in the last three quarters, the Quakers could not overcome their first-quarter struggles to snap their three-game winning streak.
The Quakers have now won back-to-back Ivy League games for the first time this season, and they continue to right the ship following a mid-season five-game losing streak that threatened their Ivy Tournament hopes.
In Penn women’s basketball's first matchup against Cornell since before the pandemic, it picked up a critical Ivy League victory and moved past the Big Red in the Ancient Eight standings.
Penn blew a lead of 14 and lost by seven to the Harvard Crimson, lowering the program's chances at reaching the Ivy tournament come March.
Beginning on Feb. 1, spectators will be allowed to attend winter sports competitions, which includes men’s and women’s basketball.
The college basketball season is at its midway point and teams are in the thick of conference play, with contenders starting to find their form.
In a road matchup against Yale, the Quakers struggled to gain their footing throughout the game, never once grabbing the lead at any point.
Cancellations and postponements defined the winter break for college sports across the United States, and Penn was no exception.
Senior Sports Editor Matthew Frank argues that if students aren't allowed in the arena for Penn home games — which are normally free for students — they should be allowed to watch them without charge.