Articles by Ariel Fieldman
Rowing prepares for final stretch of competitionLast one, fast one. In their final cup race of the year, Penn heavyweight rowing is headed to Ithaca to take on Ancient Eight rivals Cornell and Dartmouth.
Nutrition planning critical for Penn athletesYou are what you eat. And for Penn’s varsity athletes, nothing could be more important than what they put in their bodies.
Rowing Issue | New coaches look to reshape heavyweight programTupac Shakur once noted, “Things changed, and thats the way it is” Things may never be the same for Penn heavyweight rowing, as the program has undergone a near-complete overhaul of the coaching staff.
Strong showing for Penn fencing at U.S. Collegiate Squad ChampionshipsThe key to success is no days off. Penn fencing, competing for the third weekend in a row, hit the road for the United States Collegiate Squad Championships, held at rival Princeton's Jadwin Gym.
Penn wrestling prepares for pair of duals in New EnglandPenn Wrestling seems to love a good road trip. The Quakers will hit the road not just once, but twice in the span of a single day to face Brown in Providence at 1PM and Harvard in Boston at 6PM this coming Saturday.
Penn Fencing to rely on epee strength in Philadelphia Invite“QUAKER. OATS.” That is the conclusion to the Penn men's fencing squad's team cheer. Perhaps an unusual way to bring the hype, but the Red and Blue (10-1) are shaping up to be anything but ordinary this season.
Penn wrestling excited for journey to Nittany Lion OpenWhat does Penn wrestling have in common with a Batman villain?
Fencing Issue | Individual play awaits Penn fencing this weekendEvery athlete knows there’s no “I” in team.
Penn field hockey sets up winner-take-all game after Brown squeakerPenn field hockey is going big game hunting.
Penn women's soccer uses team effort to grab first Ivy winThe drought is over.