Articles by Joyce Davis
Penn Band: The students and tunes that guard the standsIf you've ever been to a big Penn sporting event, you've probably noticed the Penn Band in all its deafening glory.
Penn track and field prepares for season kickoffThe Penn track season is just weeks from getting underway, and Penn coach Steve Dolan already has high hopes for his team this year.
From college volleyball fan to Penn volleyball player, Ella Green is marking crucial kills on the courtSophomore Ella Green has been a crucial outside hitter for Penn, but she grew her inspiration for the sport before college by following Penn State volleyball.
Top three plays from Penn women's lacrosse's game at YaleAlthough Penn women's lacrosse lost to Yale over the weekend, there were a couple of standout plays that should keep Quaker fans optimistic heading into the team's matchup against Northwestern.
Penn track and field opens outdoor season with 12 winsPenn track and field has been putting the pen to the record book like a habit, and the Penn Challenge proved no exception in the Quakers breaking personal and program bests.
Penn junior Tamara Grahovac jumps into track season with optimismTamara Grahovac, a Canada native, started out as a basketball player before becoming a track star at Penn.
Despite late-game rally, women's lacrosse falls short to No. 9 Loyola MarylandAfter falling behind early, Penn women's lacrosse managed to work its way back into the game, but came up short in the fourth quarter.
Spring sports forecast with lacrosse, softball, and baseballAs the spring sports season is now underway, here's a look at what the men's and women's lacrosse, softball, and baseball teams are doing to prepare.
Penn men's basketball travels to New Hampshire to face Big GreenThe Quakers look to build off last week's narrow victory against Brown and head to Hanover, N.H., to face the seventh-place Dartmouth Big Green Saturday at 2 p.m.
Gymnastics sets program record with a score of 195.375Penn's score was the highest ever for an Ivy League program, despite the Quakers falling short to the Towson Tigers, who scored 195.950.
Penn track and field's newest additions to the record bookThis year, the consistent success now characteristic of the Penn program has continued. The Quakers concluded the first month of the new year with several new entries into their history book.
Women's basketball falls to 2-4 in Ivy play after fumbling lead to HarvardPenn blew a lead of 14 and lost by seven to the Harvard Crimson, lowering the program's chances at reaching the Ivy tournament come March.
Women's basketball returns to form in dominant win over DartmouthAfter the postponement of their last two Ivy League games, Penn women’s basketball welcomed back the return to basketball with a 55-31 win against Dartmouth.
Davis | Ivy League basketball women's power rankingsBecause this weekend is full of activity in women’s basketball, we’ll check in with the Ivy League women’s basketball teams to see where they stand as we close out the calendar year with a few more games.
Penn football makes quarterback switch, falls to Yale by double digitsEven with a new quarterback taking snaps for the Quakers (2-4, 0-3 Ivy), Yale (3-3, 2-1) accumulated an impressive 42 points to the Quakers' 21.
Running back Isaiah Malcome stays with Penn football for his love of the gameDespite being a graduate student in Wharton studying business management with a minor in marketing, running back Isaiah Malcome decided to come back for another year to play the sport he’s loved since he was a little kid.
Penn Athletics weekend preview: men's and women's soccer, volleyball, and field hockey in actionHere is a look at what the soccer, field hockey, and volleyball teams are up against this weekend.
Penn women's tennis wins three singles titles at Columbia InvitationalPenn women's tennis team blew away the competition at the Columbia Invitational in Flushing, N.Y. The competition featured a double-elimination bracketed tournament in both the singles and doubles draw.
Penn women's soccer faces Villanova and Rice while the men's team plays Mount St. Mary'sPenn women's soccer faces two tough opponents this weekend in Villanova and Rice University, as the Red and Blue hopes to build upon the team's most recent victory.