Penn wrestling had a jam-packed weekend, competing on both Saturday and Sunday on the road.
Here are three questions about these teams that will be answered by the end of next week.
Here are some of the early highlights of the beginning of the winter season as student-athletes enter Thanksgiving break.
Colaiocco made his mark by defeating University of Virginia redshirt freshman Patrick McCormick to claim the crown in the 125-pound weight class.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's basketball knocks off another power conference opponent, squash continues its recent dominance, and Karekin Brooks hits a milestone mark.
The Red and Blue faced competition from nine other schools, but Roger Reina’s crew came away with two individual titles and the overall team title.
There are 10 main weight classes, ranging from 133 pounds to 285 pounds, though there are more weight classes on the lower end of this range.
Heading into a weekend full of demanding meets, Penn athletes have the chance to ramp up their early-season performances in some tough cross country, wrestling, and swimming events.
Before the beginning of the season, coach Roger Reina picked senior AJ Vindici, sophomore Anthony Artalona, and sophomore Carmen Ferrante to lead the team as captains.
Penn wrestling's season is underway, and the Quakers have a roster stacked with new players along with old ones, including a trio from Wyoming Seminary High School.
After Lauchle announced his retirement in 1986, Reina was presented with what he thought was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become the head coach of his alma mater.
Freshman wrestler Michael Colaiocco is coming to Penn with a high pedigree, and has all the tools to shed this narrative and turn into the Red and Blue's next superstar.
As the leaves begin to fall off the trees, the fall sports begin to end. Here are major storylines to look out for as winter sports get ready to kick off.
Penn wrestling kicked off a new season over the weekend, with the majority of the team making the trip up to East Lansing, Mich. for the Michigan State Open.
For the next two seasons, Penn wrestling will battle for Keystone State supremacy in a home-and-home series with Penn State.
A pair of freshmen were the only Quakers who made it to Pittsburgh this year to compete on college wrestling's biggest stage.
Here's a look at six impressive athletes who can make a big impact this upcoming weekend in their respective events.
Spring break was an exciting time for Penn Athletics. With impressive wins from many teams, the Quakers had a lot of success.
The Quakers ended the dual meet season on Sunday in Bethlehem, Pa. Hoping to steal a win away from No. 20 Lehigh, the Red and Blue came up short and concluded the regular season with a 34-6 defeat.
On Saturday at the Palestra, the Quakers lost to No. 19 Princeton, 28-6, but followed that up with a 39-0 victory against California Baptist on Sunday afternoon.