Articles by Anusha Mathur

11/11/21 12:12am
A key orchestrator of this victory and influential leader throughout the season was senior captain Gracyn Banks. In the 34th minute, Banks scored the Quakers' game-winning shot, ending her senior season with a bang. 
11/02/21 10:29pm
The Temple Open marked the first time that Quakers have competed in the past 19 months, and they did not disappoint. The teams collectively brought home 12 medals, earning at least one medal in each weapon: foil, epee, and sabre.
10/31/21 7:54pm
After an early goal by the Bears, the Quakers were unable to find their momentum and suffered their third Ivy League loss of the season. 
10/19/21 11:26pm
In a successful weekend for Penn women’s soccer, the team took down Dartmouth 3-1 on Saturday and Delaware State 4-0 on Monday. 
09/28/21 8:53pm
The Red and Blue are experiencing a kind of deja vu as they prepare to step onto the field on Oct. 1 against Dartmouth for their first Ivy League game of the 2021 season. After nearly two years of waiting, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
09/19/21 11:57pm
After an early lead, a controversial goal, seven minutes of overtime, and over a dozen headers, Penn women’s soccer won its game against Rice, 2-1.  
09/14/21 11:58pm
After the prior season was canceled due to COVID-19, the Red and Blue will be back out on the field for the first time in nearly two years on Sept.18 against Bucknell. Here are some returning wide receivers, as well as some newbies, to look out for this season.  
09/07/21 10:53pm
The Sheraton University City Volleyball Invitational was a success for the Red and Blue's women's volleyball team, who won all three of their matches and swept the tournament. The star of the show was junior captain Autumn Leak, who finished the weekend with 50 kills and a .311 hitting percentage. 
09/05/21 8:17pm
Women’s soccer started off its season strong and kept its winning streak alive with a 3-0 victory against University of Illinois-Chicago at Rhodes Field.
08/23/21 2:47pm
After a grueling process in trying to qualify for the Olympics, Penn alumna Regina Salmons and the U.S. Women's Eight boat won their initial heat only to finish in fourth place in the final.
07/27/21 3:42pm
After a college career at Penn in which she improved dramatically, Salmons is now on track to compete at the highest level there is in the rowing world.
06/16/21 9:49pm
After a stellar performance at the NCAA East Preliminaries, Whittaker had a high standard to live up to as she competed at the University of Oregon. Although she didn't advance to the finals, her freshman year sets her up for another three years of success.
05/24/21 10:28pm
For 13 members of Penn men's rowing, numerous adjustments are necessary in order to thrive in a completely different country. These range from athletic adjustments to cultural adjustments.
04/26/21 12:09am
This year, the Penn Relays sponsored the Philadelphia Metropolitan Collegiate Invitational (“Philly Mets”), a scaled-down version of the typical week-long extravaganza.
04/22/21 12:30am
In a devastating defeat, Penn softball lost their first matchup against Drexel this season by a score of 11-2.
04/04/21 8:17pm
Beyond playing on the field, Fuller has always loved sharing his sport with younger generations. He coached youth club teams and the Olympic Development Program throughout college. 
03/01/21 9:44pm
In the wake of the protests and racial activism of last summer, Penn women's soccer, along with the other seven Ivy League teams, formed the Justice Coalition to further their commitment to advancing social justice issues in their communities. 
02/15/21 9:39pm
John Edgar Wideman broke barriers both during his time on Penn men’s basketball, as one of the few Black players on the team, and in his illustrious writing career that followed after he graduated.
02/15/21 1:54am
What started in a mommy-and-me gymnastics coordination class blossomed into a lifelong commitment. Nelson is no stranger to success, including qualifying to Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships in 2016 and 2017. 
02/02/21 9:07pm
For Case, a 6-foot-5 freshman guard from Toronto, basketball achievements have defined both the course of his career and his worldview. 
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