Articles by Kathryn Xu
March and Xu | Stats, Vibes, and Spite: Reviewing Ivy League baseballArmed with game footage and hoards of advanced stats, here's a look at how the Ancient Eight stacks up midway through the Ivy League baseball season.
Softball levels conference record with series win against BrownThe Quakers have been on their way to mend the effects of a tough early-season losing streak with several Ivy League wins.
Women's basketball eliminated from Ivy contention with loss at PrincetonGoing up against a team that hadn't lost an Ivy matchup all season, the Quakers had their work cut out for them, and while they kept it close early, they couldn't keep up with the Tigers for most of the game.
Baseball upsets Texas A&M with series win in College StationIn as good a start to the season as the team could have hoped for, Penn baseball upset Texas A&M, emerging the series victorious with two wins and a loss.
Penn women's basketball drops first Ivy League loss to PrincetonAfter picking up its third win in a row against Dartmouth this Saturday, Penn's loss against a strong Princeton team today temporarily stopped Penn's forward momentum in its tracks.
DP Sports Player of the Week: Kayla PadillaIt is no longer surprising to see Kayla Padilla doing Kayla Padilla things, but her performance at the Loyola Marymount Thanksgiving Classic came in record-breaking fashion.
Plagued by turnovers, Penn women's basketball falls to La Salle, 63-49Penn women’s basketball’s match-up against La Salle was a messy, messy contest.
Xu | Women's basketball shines in heartbreaking lossWith almost all of Penn’s usual starting lineup serving suspensions, save for sophomore forward Jordan Obi, the absence of Villanova star Maddy Siegrist due to injury still didn’t feel like enough for Penn to come out with a win against its strongest opponent thus far. And yet the team almost did, losing 66-63.
Xu | Women's basketball proved adaptable in win against King's CollegePenn women’s basketball match against the King’s College Monarchs was a tale of two entirely different offenses.
DP Sports Player of the Week: Men's Lightweight FoursAll three of Penn's rowing teams spent this past weekend in Boston in order to compete in the famed Head of the Charles Regatta. Over 11,000 rowers traveled to compete in the three-mile course in the regatta's return, after last year's cancellation.
Penn track and field's Grace O'Shea experiments with Olympic skeletonIn between an internship with Bank of America and the upcoming college track and field season, junior Grace O’Shea spent two weeks of her summer at the Team USA bobsled training camp.
Penn men's and women's golf compete in weekend invitationalsBoth Penn men's and women's golf wrapped up competition in rivals' Ivy League territory this weekend.
Women's soccer's winning streak comes to a close after 3-0 loss to HarvardIn their first league matchup of the season, Penn women’s soccer lost to the undefeated Harvard Crimson. The Quakers were unable to score, losing 3-0.
Men's tennis hosts Penn InvitationalIn the team's second invitational and first full-roster competition of the season, Penn men's tennis had a strong showing while hosting the Penn Invitational.
Meet Penn football's five captains of the fall 2021 seasonPenn football announced the team's five captains for the 2021 season, including three graduate students and two seniors: graduate student Brian O'Neill, senior Jake Heimlicher, graduate student Isaiah Malcolme, senior Trevor Radosevich, and graduate student Prince Emili.
Penn women's soccer's first loss of the season comes at HofstraDespite the best efforts of Penn women's soccer's newest athletes, the Quakers were unable to stave off their first loss of the season at the hands of No. 25 Hofstra.
15 questions with... Jacinta Arnold, a Penn women's track and field sophomoreThe Daily Pennsylvanian asked Jacinta Arnold of Penn women’s track and field 15 questions about her time with the team, her experience at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the sophomore had to say.
Penn baseball swept by Villanova in long-awaited return to intercollegiate playFollowing a hiatus that lasted over a year, Penn baseball was finally back in action at Meiklejohn Stadium this Saturday.
Black History Month: Karen Saah juggled two undergraduate degrees and three varsity sportsThe time commitment for being an athlete in college is notorious, independent of chosen major. For Karen Saah, being both a student and an athlete meant participating in three varsity-level sports, while earning a dual degree from Wharton and the College.