Articles by Anika Gururaj
Five fun facts about the Penn RelaysAhead of the 127th edition of the track meet later this week, here are some interesting things to know.
With Ivy season on the horizon, Eileen Wang of Penn women's tennis promotes a team-first mentalityThe sophomore has finally found her place on the Quaker roster after struggling to adjust her freshman fall season.
Three members of Penn men's soccer sign with professional teamsTwo of them will join their new team this summer, while Ben Stitz left Penn following the fall semester.
Previewing Penn men's squash at this weekend's Potter CupPenn men's squash will enter the tournament ranked second in the nation, behind No.1 Harvard.
Moforehan Abinusawa already making strides with Penn track and fieldAbinusawa's brother Olatide is a senior, also on Penn track & field.
Penn gymnastics sets season record against CornellThe team's final score was the best this year, and the fourth-highest in program history.
There's a new Quaker in town: Penn men's tennis coach Rich BonfiglioBonfiglio was most recently in the Ivy League as an assistant coach with Columbia from 2019 until 2021.
From the Lone Star State to Philly: Natalie Cao shaping into star Penn women's golferConsistency is written next to Natalie Cao's name on the scorecards, as she works to remain one of the strongest players in Penn golf.
Technicality and passion form a winning combination for men's soccer's Mateo ZazuetaThrough six games this season, junior midfielder Mateo Zazueta has transitioned into a starting role for the Quakers, who currently sit at an impressive 4-1-1 record.
From second-hand sticks to Ivy League play, Kaitlyn Cumiskey credits value of familyCumiskey's coach, Karin Corbett, sees the sophomore midfielder as having the potential to become a truly special talent for the Penn women's lacrosse team.
Men's tennis sets sights on securing first Ivy title since 2007The team is catching fire at the right time, as it will close out its season with six Ivy League matchups over the course of the next three weeks.
Strong on D, win by three: Women's lacrosse takes down GeorgetownWomen's lacrosse was able to cool down a hot Georgetown team with a 10-7 win in the Nation's Capital this weekend.
Women's squash completes upset of the season by defeating No. 4 ColumbiaThis past weekend, the Quakers upset No. 4-ranked Columbia on the biggest stage they'd face as a team all season: Collegiate Squash Association National Championships and the battle for the Howe Cup.
From empty squash courts to across the globe: Yoshna Singh of women's squashPenn women's squash sophomore Yoshna Singh, who coach Jack Wyant says has the best serve in program history, has been able to adjust to her new bearings with the help of the connections she's made on the team.
DP Sports Player of the Week: McCaleigh MarrIn another record-breaking outing for the Quakers, junior gymnast McCaleigh Marr brought her best to the beam to claim the title.
Quaker squash’s Ivy title was 53 years in the makingOver 53 years in the making, the No. 1 men’s team in the nation added another notch on its belt, storming to the title last Sunday with a win over Cornell.
Sabine Rutlauka of women's tennis brings relentless tenacity to the courts"Even if she loses a set and is down in the set, it’s never over with Sabine," women's tennis coach Sanela Kunovac said on Rutlauka. "She finds a way to snatch the victory from the jaws of defeat."
Penn men's and women's squash claim first Ivy League winsOn Saturday, the men’s team, currently ranked No 1. in the country, went up against No. 2 Harvard and prevailed 6-3 in a hard-fought battle.
Sophomore Michaela Stanfield adjusts well to the challenges of college basketballSophomore guard Michaela Stanfield, like many of her classmates, had an unconventional freshman experience.