Articles by Justin Dechiario
Penn men's and women's fencing individual competitors shine at PSU Garrett OpenThis weekend, the Quakers stayed in state when they traveled to University Park, Pa. to compete in the PSU Garrett Open.
Penn field hockey uses hot start to capture 3-2 road win against BrownPenn field hockey came out of the gates quickly and had a strong finish against Brown on Saturday afternoon.
Penn field hockey falls in close contests to Columbia and No. 11 DelawareIn Friday's contest, the Quakers battled to the end in a back-and-forth affair but ultimately fell in overtime, 6-5. They were then edged by Delaware two days later in a 1-0 battle.
Penn women's soccer rebounds with offensive explosion against CornellThe Quakers beat Cornell, 4-2, in what was one of Penn's best offensive performances of the year.
Penn field hockey falls to No. 15 St. Joe's for fifth consecutive lossThe Quakers stayed in Philadelphia when they traveled to play No. 15 Saint Joseph's, where they lost by a score of 3-0.
Penn field hockey drops opening two games on the road against top-10 opponentsTo begin the season on Friday, Penn field hockey fell, 2-0, in a tough battle against No. 10 Wake Forest.
Penn women's soccer opens season with road test against No. 3 StanfordThe Quakers, ranked second in the Ivy League preseason poll behind Princeton, will travel to Stanford, Calif. to face off against the No. 3 Cardinal in their season opener on Friday.
Penn track and field racks up recognition at NCAA Championships11 Quakers traveled to Austin, TX for the NCAA Championships, which spanned four days, from Wednesday to Saturday.
Quakers' historic victory highlights Day 1 of the Penn RelaysOn the first day of this year's 125th edition of the event, Penn women's track made some history of its own.
In final nonconference game of season, Quakers face tough test at No. 9 NorthwesternFor Penn women’s lacrosse, this Sunday’s contest in Evanston, Ill. against No. 5 Northwestern is one that the team has been looking forward to for an entire year.
Penn women's lacrosse suffers first loss of the season against No. 2 MarylandNo. 8 Penn women's lacrosse traveled to College Park, Md. to take on No. 2 Maryland on Wednesday evening, ultimately falling by a score of 14-9.
This trio of freshmen for Penn women's lacrosse is ready for the challenge of college playJoining a new team as a freshman is never easy, especially when that team is ranked No. 10 in the country.
Despite season-high score on the bars, Penn gymnastics places third out of four teamsThe Red and Blue, who hosted Temple, Bridgeport, and West Virginia at the Palestra, finished with a team score of 193.825.
Senior Caroline Moore never expected to be a leader for Penn gymnasticsIt is her growth as a captain and a leader that is truly remarkable and has even taken Moore herself by surprise.
Penn gymnastics opens season with third-place finish, success on beamPenn gymnastics opened the season on Sunday in College Park, Md. to compete against the hosting Terrapins, West Chester, and Cortland State. The Quakers finished third in the meet with a score of 190.55.
Penn indoor track and field set to start indoor season at the ArmoryThe Quakers will travel to New York City to compete at the Armory for the College of New Jersey Indoor Opener this Saturday.
Senior Day special — Penn field hockey defeats Brown to keep Ivy championship hopes aliveOn Saturday, the Quakers celebrated its senior day for five players — Rachel Mirkin, Karen Seid, Sofia Palacios, Page Meily, and Kelsey Mendell — by defeating Brown 1-0.