Articles by Antonio Meloni
Jonathan Condon of men’s rowing is racing to the finish line of his Penn careerCondon's final race as a Quaker will be the IRA National Championships in June.
What to expect this spring from Penn men’s rowingBoth the lightweight and heavyweight teams are ready to compete in the coming weeks.
Checking in with Michael Colaiocco ahead of NCAA ChampionshipsColaiocco has been wrestling since he was a young child, and many of his high school teammates also now wear the Red and Blue.
Penn in the NFL Post Playoffs: Super Bowl rings and offseason thingsPenn football was well represented in the NFL this season — through players and coaches.
Previewing Penn women’s squash at the Kurtz Cup Division National ChampionshipsThe Quakers have faced recent struggles with consistency — entering the tournament on a five game losing streak.
Penn men’s basketball snaps three-game losing streak in 76-52 victory at HartfordThe Quakers defeated the Hawks 75-55 earlier this season on Nov. 25.
Penn men's basketball's Jordan Dingle top 3 nationally in scoringFollowing Monday's game against Princeton, Dingle ranks below only Detroit Mercy's Antoine Davis and UAB's Jordan Walker.
Penn men's basketball splits weekend games against Cornell and ColumbiaCornell pulled away from Penn late on Friday, while the Quakers dominated the second half against Columbia.
Stitz, Christoffersen of Penn men's soccer selected in MLS DraftThe two players played key roles in securing Penn men's soccer's 2022 Ivy League championship title, the program's first since 2013.
Women's basketball snaps five-game losing streak in 72-59 rout at La SalleIn their best offensive display of the season, the Quakers earned their first win in over two weeks.
Women’s basketball pounded by No. 24 Villanova in 67-41 routAgainst their strongest opponent thus far, the Quakers couldn't match up with a dominant Villanova squad.
Ben squared: How men's soccer's Stitz and Do adapt to specialized rolesStitz and Do have been vital pieces for a Penn team surging towards its first Ivy title since 2013.
'Staying hungry': Men's soccer eyes first Ivy title since 2013With four Ivy League games left, Penn men's soccer has a shot at securing its place atop the conference.