Articles by Cassandra Dinh

12/03/15 12:57am
Division I, meets Division III. On Thursday, the Quakers will compete against teams from Kenyon College, Johns Hopkins, and Carnegie Mellon in the first of three days at the Total Performance Invite hosted by Kenyon, in Gambier, Ohio.
11/24/15 3:16am
There’s no such thing as luck for the Penn women’s swimming and diving team.
11/10/15 1:25am

Fencing Issue | Penn fencing's underclassmen, epee team shows promise

Penn fencing is opening its season, lunging.
11/02/15 12:18am
What a difference 42 years makes. In Friday’s Ivy League Heptagonal Championships in the Bronx, N.Y., Penn cross country secured a second-place finish on the men's side and a fifth-place finish on the women's side, the best the men have performed at Heps since 1973.
10/22/15 3:15am
Penn volleyball has a lot to prove this weekend.
10/19/15 2:12am

Twin brothers headline Penn cross country's class of 2020 commits

Penn’s prospects are doubling
10/04/15 10:09pm
Make it seven in a row for Penn field hockey. Entering their match on Saturday on a six-game winning streak, the Quakers went head-to-head with Ivy League opponent Harvard up in Cambridge, Mass., and came out on top, 2-1, in an intense overtime contest. The first half proved to be challenging for the Red and Blue (7-1, 2-0 Ivy) as they were initially forced onto the defensive.
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