Articles by Cass Dinh

03/14/16 5:44am
The Quakers are entering the home stretch. The 2015-2016 season has been a rather successful one for Penn Fencing.
02/29/16 5:07am
It’s Penn vs. Penn. Sunday afternoon, Penn men’s tennis faced off against No. 21 Penn State at the Hecht Tennis Center, dropping its last home match before heading into Ancient Eight play, 5-2.
02/28/16 1:07am
Penn tennis knows a thing or two about rallying. Women’s tennis faced off against longtime rival Maryland, walking away victorious, 5-2, on Saturday
02/26/16 5:25am
Photoshopping Vladimir Putin amongst other things onto pictures of her teammate in play, Marta Kowalska, with her friend and doubles’ partner OJ Singh, crafts a Facebook-worthy cover photo to advertise this weekend’s match against Maryland.
02/23/16 4:38am
It was a bittersweet weekend for the Red and Blue. This past weekend, Penn fencing dominated the arenas of Philadelphia during the Temple Invitational and the Quakers’ very own Philadelphia Invitational.
02/15/16 5:35am
This past Friday at Staten Island was one for the books for Penn track and field. Returning for the second time this month to the Ocean Breeze Complex in New York, the Red and Blue broke records and brought the heat to the highly competitive Fastrack National Invite.
02/08/16 5:43am
For Penn Tennis, the courts of the Hecht Tennis Center and Penn Park provide a homecourt advantage like no other.
02/04/16 5:38am
After some mixed results at the Northwestern Duals, both the No. 3 Penn men’s and No. 9 women’s fencing teams are hoping for positive prospects in Ithaca, N.Y., as the Quakers head to Cornell this weekend to compete in the Ivy League Championships.
01/18/16 1:15am
Not a bad start. On Saturday, Penn men's tennis opened up its season with a strong 7-0 victory over Navy, logging wins all across the board.
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