Winter sports competition will continue behind closed doors as Penn responds to rising COVID-19 cases in Philadelphia as well as across collegiate sports.
As did fall sports, the winter athletics teams entered the season having not played in almost two years. Unlike this past fall season, however, it looks like a few of these teams have a shot at competing for Ivy League titles.
With the winter sports season in full swing, we take a look at which Red and Blue teams will be in action in this weekend.
Penn men and women's squash had another four-match weekend after the team's season debuts last week.
Winter sports are in full swing this weekend, as the last remaining fall sports see their conclusions.
This past weekend marked the first official matches for Penn's squash teams since March 2020, which was before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down Ivy League athletics. The Red and Blue hosted Chatham, Drexel, Dickinson, and Franklin & Marshall at the Penn Squash Center for a two-day tournament.
As fall sports come to a close and winter sports are just kicking off, Penn fans are in for an action-packed weekend. Here is an overview of this weekend's upcoming events.
For the first time in program history, the Penn men’s squash team will enter the season ranked No. 1 in the nation, returning multiple All-Americans and key contributors from its No. 2 seeded team in the 2019-20 season.
With winter sports right around the corner, here's a look at which Penn teams will be in action this upcoming season.
Penn athletes have to manage not only when they do their homework, but also when their classes are scheduled. Because of this, Quakers are strategic about picking classes because of practice times.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn women's squash’s Amina Abou El Enin 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the sophomore had to say.
Buchholz emerged as an unexpected athletic talent within her family. Her parents were not athletes, but they quickly recognized her unmatchable energy and spirit as a child.
Just one out of several challenges the teams must face is the thousands of miles separating the players who are at home or have returned to Philadelphia.
While Penn teams won't see any competitive athletics until at least January 1, there are still many moments worth remembering from recent history.
During her first season, Sharma achieved an impressive 10-6 record, switching off between the fifth and sixth slots in Penn’s lineup. As a rookie on the team, she contributed both regular season and postseason wins for the Quakers.
At this time in the year, most of Penn’s winter sports have wrapped up their regular seasons, and now it's time for championship competition.
This weekend, Penn women’s squash traveled to New Haven, Conn. to compete for the Howe Cup in the CSA Team Championships.
On Thursday, the Ivy League announced the All-Ivy teams for men’s and women’s squash, and Penn was well-represented.
Penn's winter sports teams aren't resting just yet. Though the women's squash season is winding down, indoor track and field and gymnastics still have a few weeks to go.
Splitting time between home and on the road, the men's and women's teams played against Columbia in the Penn Squash Center on Friday, then traveled to Ithaca, N.Y. on Sunday to take on Cornell.