Articles by Daniel Rich
Penn women's golf placed fifth and Penn men's golf eighth at IviesThe Penn men’s and women’s golf teams traveled to Springfield, N.J., over the weekend to participate in the Ivy League Championships at Baltusrol Golf Club.
Penn women's tennis still looking for first Ivy winWith the collegiate tennis regular season coming to a close, Penn women’s tennis has just two matches left to right its losing streak and put a positive stamp on the 2013-2014 season.
Penn men's lacrosse takes OT-thriller on Senior DayThe Quakers battled back from a two-goal deficit in the fourth period to force overtime where they would ultimately score the winning goal and win, 8-7, in breathtaking fashion
Defense steals show in Penn football's annual Spring GameOn a warm, windy Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field, Penn football took the field to culminate spring activities in its annual Spring Game.
Penn turns in solid effort at Pirate InvitationalFresh off a successful outing at the Hoya Invitational, Penn women’s golf competed at the Pirate Invitational, which was held at the New Course at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J. The Quakers finished in sixth place in the field of 17 teams with a total score of 646 strokes.
Penn men's tennis hoping to heal on California tripAfter a home match against Temple on Sunday, the Quakers will fly out to southern California for four matches and some needed vitamin D.
Penn men's tennis welcomes diverse freshman classCoach David Geatz and his staff successfully recruited five new freshmen from across the country.
Shorthanded at home, Penn men's tennis falls to Illinois StateIn the program’s first ever match against the Redbirds (4-3), the injury-riddled Quakers (1-5) fought hard across the board, but ultimately the team was not able to win the close matchups it needed, falling 5-2 on Sunday.
From four doors down, a friendship was forged for two Penn fencersIt’s not often that high school teammates compete for the same team in college. But Wendy Zhao and Luona Wang, two members of the Penn women’s fencing team, are doing just that.
Sabre-rattling: a closer look at Penn fencingIn a state-of-the-art fencing center sporting electronic target simulators and championship banners, the Penn fencing team meticulously prepares for an upcoming tournament.
Will Penn fencing seize a big chance at Ivy championships?For Penn fencing, this weekend is all about Ivy, as the Quakers head to Brown to compete in the Ivy League Championships.
Penn squash riding high after Princeton sweepAfter a week in which both the Penn men’s and women’s squash teams defeated national power Princeton, the Red and Blue now enter a demanding stretch of Ivy League competition that starts this Saturday at home against another national contender, Yale.
Penn wrestling winning ways, sweeps pair of duelsLast weekend, No. 8 Nebraska knocked Penn wrestling to the floor in front of a massive crowd in Lincoln. This weekend, the Quakers picked themselves up and walked away victorious two duels.
Winter break tests to push Penn women's basketball to limitPenn women’s basketball may enter winter break on a three-game winning streak, but the team will face six new opponents over the holidays.
Penn women's basketball drops season opener to St. Francis (NY)Basketball season is back at the Palestra, but for a change, it was Penn women’s basketball that had a chance to lift the curtain on the Cathedral of Basketball for 2013. However, St. Francis (NY) would spoil the Quakers’ first moment on the big stage this season.
Top 10 Penn-Temple basketball games of all timeWith Penn basketball set to face Temple Saturday, we look back at the top 10 greatest Penn-Temple showdowns of all time.
Star-studded 2013-2014 slate awaits Penn women's basketballThe Quakers will encounter tough competition before Ivy play even starts as the Red and Blue face a tough nonconference schedule, including a matchup with 2013 Final Four participant Notre Dame.
Brown stuns Penn men's soccer in double overtime, 2-1The Quakers came up short in a wild game in Providence, falling to Brown, 2-1, in double overtime and losing sole possession of first place in the Ivy League.
An in-depth look at Ivy League basketball heights and weightsThrough taking a look at the relative sizes of players at each position in the Ivy League, the game takes on a whole new dimension.