Articles by Isaac Spear

07/11/19 10:41pm
The schedule for the 2019 Wooden Legacy in Anaheim, Calif. was announced on Thursday with the Quakers set to face Central Florida (UCF) in the first round on Thanksgiving Day. 
05/12/19 11:48pm
In their last meet before the NCAA preliminaries next weekend, Penn track had strong performances at the ECAC & IC4A Championships.
04/28/19 11:48pm
Despite all of the hype surrounding the professional and top high school athletes at the Penn Relays, junior Nia Akins dominated her events to earn widespread recognition.
04/28/19 8:28pm
Penn baseball fell on walk-offs twice in a two out of three series defeat against Cornell in Ithaca, N.Y. 
04/22/19 11:59pm
Technology has played a major role for the Quakers over the last few years, namely a pair of golf simulators and the Trackman swing and ball tracking system.
04/21/19 8:35pm
Junior right-hander Jennifer Brann set down every Brown batter she faced Sunday afternoon for the second perfect game in program history.
04/07/19 11:02pm
Thanks in part to the longest game in Ivy League history, in which he set an NCAA record for at-bats with 12, Larsen hit for Penn's first cycle since Jeff Gregorio did it for the Quakers in 2000. 
04/01/19 9:32pm
In a bizarre three-game set that began with a 16-inning game, saw a total of 57 runs scored, and spanned a total of three days, the Red and Blue took home their first series win of the conference season.
03/24/19 9:25pm
The senior first baseman has been a consistent hitter throughout his career at Penn, sporting a batting average of .282 over his first three seasons.
03/20/19 7:33pm
As the first Ivy League squad armed with FlightScope Strike, a portable tracking radar system, the Quakers are beginning to gather more data than ever before. 
03/17/19 9:34pm
Junior attackman Adam Goldner, who had already notched 16 goals on the year, went off for five more in a 19-10 drubbing of Princeton.
03/13/19 8:01pm
After a season of ups and downs, Penn men’s basketball finds itself preparing for the Ivy League Tournament once again.
03/02/19 8:06pm
It was a celebratory atmosphere in the Palestra, as the Quakers honored their senior players and managers in their final game in the Palestra with a 56-52 in over Dartmouth.
03/01/19 9:49pm
The Quakers solidified their place in the top two of the Ivy League and officially clinched a berth in the conference tournament with a 75-70 win over Harvard.
02/26/19 8:38pm
There still remains a plethora of possible Ivy League tournament scenarios with just four games left to play for each team.
02/23/19 8:49pm
The Quakers got the job done on Saturday in a strong 68-50 win over Cornell, which sat two slots above them in the conference standings entering the game. 
02/23/19 7:47pm
The Quakers jumped out to a quick 12 point lead, but saw it quickly melt away as Cornell’s standout senior guard Matt Morgan got going. 
02/22/19 10:11pm
The Quakers’ disappointing conference play continued in a 79-77 loss to Columbia at the Palestra.
02/22/19 8:47pm
Against a one-win Columbia team, the Quakers hoped to be up by a much larger margin, but they find themselves leading at the break 35-30.
02/17/19 10:15pm
Sage was the first ever head coach for both teams at Penn and coached for a total of 50 seasons — leading women’s lacrosse for 26 years and field hockey for 24 years.
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