Articles by Krissy Kowalski

04/30/19 9:06pm
The family of Penn baseball pitchers start bonding early, even from when the pitchers first start getting recruited to campus. 
04/22/19 5:16pm
Stengle recently became interested in marathons with a little encouragement from his family, with his dad and other family members having experience in long-distance running.
03/27/19 10:38pm
Despite starting strong, the Quakers faltered late and ended up losing to the Wildcats by a score of 5-4. 
03/17/19 9:16pm
Penn baseball played in two doubleheaders over the span of two days and was able to walk away with four wins against Fairleigh Dickinson. The Quakers were victorious by scores of 8-4, 18-5, 8-5, and 16-2, extending their winning streak to six games. 
03/06/19 10:52pm
With Ancient Eight play coming to a close, Penn women’s basketball currently sits atop the standings with Princeton, but anything can still happen with two games to play.
02/28/19 10:21pm
Sometimes uncontrollable factors get in the way of an athletic career. For Penn men’s basketball sophomore Jelani Williams, this concern is all too real. 
02/24/19 10:53pm
The Quakers ended the dual meet season on Sunday in Bethlehem, Pa. Hoping to steal a win away from No. 20 Lehigh, the Red and Blue came up short and concluded the regular season with a 34-6 defeat. 
02/10/19 10:33pm
On Friday, the Red and Blue men swept Cornell, 9-0, and the women took a narrow 5-4 victory for two team wins on Senior Day. 
01/30/19 9:56pm
The Quakers' newcomers have been a major part of the team's success this season. Freshmen Ava Caravela, Sydney Kraez, and Natalie Yang have all proven themselves on the mat. 
01/20/19 10:20pm
The Quakers dropped both matches this weekend, first to Binghamton on Friday by a score of 24-12 and then Army on Sunday by a score of 28-10. 
12/31/18 5:32pm
In the middle of winter break, the Quakers traveled over 800 miles to Hoffman Estates, Ill. to compete in the Midlands Championships, one of the premier tournaments in collegiate wrestling. 
11/14/18 11:59pm
Coming off a strong showing two weeks ago at the Michigan State Open, the Quakers will look to continue their momentum this Sunday at the 23rd Annual Keystone Classic at the Palestra. 
10/20/18 12:41am
No team with more than one loss has ever won an Ivy title, so a second Ivy loss could be fatal for the Red and Blue’s Ivy championship hopes. Penn currently sits at third in the Ivy League behind both Harvard and Princeton.
09/29/18 7:53pm
The Red and Blue lost their second game this season and first in conference play, falling 1-0 to the Big Red in double overtime. The game’s lone goal came from the Big Red’s freshman Emeka Eneli in the 103rd minute.  
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