The team as a whole has 14 players from California and 16 from the rest of the world combined. The new freshman class is split almost down the middle: four from California and three not.
Qu has been a brick wall in goal for the Quakers since that day over two years ago, starting in every game the team has played while garnering conference-wide awards and attention from across the country.
The Red and Blue have already tallied six goals through three games. On pace to score 32 goals this season, the Quakers (2-1-0) look primed to shatter their previous amount from last season.
The midfielder already has a goal, an assist, and 239 minutes of playing time under her belt with the Quakers.
This weekend, Penn field hockey participated in the inaugural ACC and Ivy League Conference Crossover, splitting a pair of games against No. 14 Wake Forest and No. 2 North Carolina.
New coach Iain Braddack picked up his first two wins at Penn in wins over Georgetown and Norfolk State. Penn also fell to George Mason and UNC-Wilmington.
Both teams were victorious at the Bison Open at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pa., scoring a total of 29 points each in the one-day meet.
While the record books may remember this game as a 1-0 loss for the Red and Blue, it was much more than that.
Penn women’s volleyball opens its first season under new coach Iain Braddak this weekend at the Georgetown Classic. The Quakers will compete against George Mason, Norfolk State, UNC-Wilmington and the host, Georgetown, in a round-robin format.
Friday’s Bison Open at Bucknell will serve as an early season benchmark for young Penn cross country.
Two days ago, coach Mike McLaughlin announced the 2018-2019 schedule for the Quakers, which features a bevy of competitive non-conference opponents before the beginning of Ivy League play starting in February.
Penn field hockey will open its season against second-ranked University of North Carolina and No. 14 Wake Forest, as part of the ACC and Ivy League Conference Crossover.
On Friday, Penn will put its unblemished record on the line against No. 13 North Carolina State, which is fresh off a win against No. 10 South Carolina.
Our Sports Editors discuss which of Penn's teams have the strongest rosters and are likeliest to win a title — Ivy or otherwise.
There are several Ivy League sports teams that have been the definition of the word “dynasty” in recent years. Yet as strong as some of these programs have been, only one can be the best of the best.
Penn women’s basketball recently completed an 11-day trip to Spain and France, with stops in Madrid, Toledo, Valencia, Barcelona, and Paris. Between the sightseeing and traveling were three games, in which the Quakers went 2-1.
Penn opened their weekend — and their season — with a dominant 5-0 win over Mount St. Mary’s on Friday night. That win followed a similar script to the Army game: an evenly matched and defensive first half, followed by a second half Penn goal to break open the game.
This season will mark the second time in the last three years that the defending national champion Villanova Wildcats visit the Palestra.
Penn Athletics' investigation of bribery allegations against Jerome Allen is well underway. But what can be expected for the school's athletic program moving forward?
As the legal situation unfolds, the debate will continue: could Morris Esformes have been recruited by Penn men’s basketball without any intervention from his father? The Daily Pennsylvanian looked to Morris’ past to find out.