Articles by Katie Siegmann

04/26/10 6:35am
Despite crowds that topped 115,000 over three days, the Penn Relays did not intimidate the Penn track and field teams.
04/22/10 4:54am

Penn Relays | Red and Blue seniors ready to leave final mark at Relays

A strong senior class will be leading the Quakers as they attempt to defend their home turf.
04/19/10 3:50am

Ithaca isn’t gorges for Quakers track

On Saturday, the Penn women’s track and field team battled both Cornell and harsh weather conditions during their dual meet in Ithaca, N.Y.
04/12/10 4:43am

Jumping past Princeton at Quad meet

Penn edged out the Tigers by six points, 89-83. Yale was a distant third with 25 points.
04/02/10 2:51am

Penn track runs home

Fresh off the Villanova Outdoor Duals and Maryland Invitational, the Penn men’s and women’s track and field teams will return to competition this Saturday. Besides Penn Relays, the Penn Invite will be the Quakers’ only home meet this season.
03/29/10 5:40am

Track has strong performance at Villanova, Maryland

The men's track team were able to capture titles in several events at the Villanova Duals, while the women's Quakers placed third with 108 points.
03/15/10 2:27am

Quakers finish indoor track season with championship meets

The men finished the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America Championships tied for 33rd place among 52 teams, while the women finished 16th among 52 teams at ECACs.
03/04/10 7:02am

Final chance to make NCAA cuts

On Saturday, several Quakers will begin competition in the 2010 IC4A Championships, the first meet of the postseason, in which only select athletes will compete.
03/01/10 5:11am

Indoor season ends with different opinions on same story

At Heps, the Penn men finished seventh out of eight teams with 33 points, while the women placed sixth with 48 points.
02/26/10 5:46am

Hoping for solid finish at Heps

The indoor track season comes to a boil this weekend as the men’s and women’s track and field teams will travel to Hanover, N.H., to compete in the Indoor Heptagonal Championships.
02/19/10 8:08am

Med prof. aids Olympians

The only member of the Penn community actively participating in the Winter Olympics, Dr. Gary Dorshimer is responsible for attending to any NHL-affiliated athletes at the Games.
02/15/10 6:12am
With 15 events officially in the books, the Penn women currently sit in fifth place out of nine competing teams, while with 16 events scored, the Penn men are fifth out of eleven teams.
02/09/10 4:18am
Under new leadership, the divers have helped carry their teams to numerous wins, including an impressive performance against West Chester.
01/29/10 3:44am
Ivy season may be over, but the Penn women’s swimming team still has a few more nonconference obstacles to face before League championships begin.
01/19/10 6:01am
Crushing both Yale (170-130) and Dartmouth (249-51) in their last Ivy dual meet of the season, the Quakers (4-3, 4-3 Ivy) finished Ivy competition with a winning record in the league, something the team has not accomplished since the 2002-2003 season.
01/13/10 1:33am

Quakers ice Bears in frigid Florida but fall short at home

On the team’s annual training trip last Tuesday, the Quakers took on Ivy opponent Brown at Florida International University’s outdoor pool,.
12/09/09 5:51am

Aiming to tame the Lions

Women’s swimming is riding high after dethroning Kenyon at the Nike Invitational for the first time in program history.
11/23/09 5:13am

Tigers' pool too deep for Penn

In two dual meets in Princeton, N.J., Friday night, the Quakers fell to both the Tigers (193-102) and the Big Red (160.50-137.50).
11/16/09 2:07am

Men's swimming wins ‘old school’ battle

In its season opener Friday, the Penn men’s swimming team conquered visiting Columbia, 161-139.
11/11/09 6:40am

Season Preview | Hoping to improve at EISL championships

With the season opener this Friday versus Columbia, the Quakers are already looking ahead to the Eastern Intercollegiate Swim League championship.
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