The Quakers finished in fifth place, with the distance swim group finding plenty of success.
After finishing with a 1-6 record in the conference, the Quakers will be looking to conclude their season on a high note.
The sophomore credits confidence and weight training for her increased speed.
The Quakers are set to take on reigning Ivy champs, nationally ranked opponents, and century-old rivals.
The Quakers return many of their top performers, including NCAA top-10 finisher Anna Kalandadze.
Varsity teams plan to use Drexel's facilities, while new spaces for club and recreational activities are still in planning.
The seniors of Penn's winter teams have won titles and championship appearances during their time in Red and Blue.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's sports staff collectively voted on the athletes, coaches, teams, and moments that shined the brightest during the 2022-23 season.
The senior's finishes in the 1650 and 500 free showcased significant improvement from her times at last year's competition.
Penn will be sending one swimmer to the competition after breaststroker Matt Fallon withdrew due to injury.
The sophomore breaststroker has found community on the team this year.
Howard sat down with the DP to discuss her path to Penn and where she hopes diving can take her in the future.
Penn recorded several podium sweeps, and senior Anna Kalandadze broke multiple records during the three-day event.
The Quakers are ready to make their mark in both team and individual contests this weekend.
Although Penn may not have been senior swimmer Anna Kalandadze's first choice, now she can't imagine herself competing anywhere else.
Penn’s swim team put on a whale of a performance at the Zippy Invitational this weekend, with several swimmers setting record timings.
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.
The University of Virginia posted a remarkable number of records at the championships, where the nation’s top swimmers competed in the most anticipated events of their seasons.
After she touched the wall — achieving her third straight podium placement in three days — she headed to the podium with fellow trans athlete and Yale University junior Iszac Henig.
Bailar was the first openly trans swimmer to compete in NCAA Division I swimming and was the first trans man to compete in any men’s sport in the NCAA.