Articles by Mariana Simoes
A long winter break gives Penn fencing an opportunity to stay sharpIn late November, the Red and Blue hit the road to take part in the Penn State Garret Open. But now, they have a long break before their next official event on Jan. 12.
Penn men's soccer uses strong first half to secure 2-0 victory at HarvardThanks to a pair of goals early on, the Quakers were able to cruise past the Crimson by a score of 2-0.
After lengthy recovery, Jojo Cotto's comeback to Penn women's soccer is completeAfter undergoing surgery and sitting out for more than a year, Cotto finally got back into action on Oct. 21 against Delaware State.
Breukelen Woodard headlines All-Ivy awards for Penn women's soccerThis is the 23rd consecutive season that at least three Penn women's soccer players received All-Ivy recognition.
Penn women's soccer falls to Princeton, 1-0, in final game of the seasonAfter two consecutive losses, Penn women’s soccer returned to Rhodes Field looking to finish the season on a high note, as the Quakers hosted Princeton for their final game.
Penn women's soccer drops first game against Yale since 2009After defeating Delaware State in its last nonconference game of the season by a score of 2-0, Penn women’s soccer returned to Rhodes Field hoping to extend its winning streak against Yale.
Sizzy Lawton's early goal propels Penn women's soccer past Dartmouth, 1-0Penn women’s soccer hoped to bounce back from a tough loss against Dartmouth, which still hasn’t won an Ivy League contest.
Three Questions: Can Penn cross country continue its impressive run?As fall sports progress through October, most Penn Athletics teams continue to face Ivy League opponents and attend crucial meets.
Men's soccer concedes three, falls to West Virginia in MorgantownAfter allowing an early goal, Penn men’s soccer couldn’t bounce back and suffered its second consecutive loss, falling to West Virginia, 3-0.
New tight ends coach Ryan Becker couldn't stay away from Penn footballFor Penn tight ends coach Ryan Becker, football wasn’t always an obvious career choice. However, it didn’t take long for him to discover his talent.
Late goal from No. 19 St. John's sinks Penn men's soccer in hard-fought contestFor the first time this year, the Red and Blue couldn’t manage to come on top, losing by a score of 1-0.
Seniors of Penn women's soccer hope to leave their mark on the program in final seasonThe seniors of Penn women's soccer have one last season to achieve their goals and make a lasting impact on the team.
Penn volleyball picks up pair of wins in season-opening tournament at LafayetteIn the team's first three matches of the year, at the Crosstown Invitational in Easton, Pa., the Quakers finished with a 2-1 showing.
Throwers often go under the radar, but Rachel Lee Wilson is firmly in the spotlightOver the past few years, senior thrower Rachel Lee Wilson has become one of the most dominant athletes in Penn track.
Before he coached basketball at Penn, here's what Jerome Allen was like as a playerIn light of all the recent press surrounding Jerome Allen, he is still considered one of the best to ever take the court for Penn basketball.
Konopka family has left a 50-year legacy on Penn rowingFifty years and many athletes later, the Konopka family does not want to stay away from Penn rowing.
Program records fall as Penn track excels at meets in Texas and North CarolinaThe Quakers displayed impressive performances, returning home with two titles and 14 top 10 all-time records.
Second-place finish at Nationals just the beginning for Nia AkinsNia Akins started track by accident. Now she is second in the nation.
Mark Andrew completes four-peat of 400 IM, men's swimming places third at IviesThe Quakers finished in third place after four days of competition at the Ivy League Championships at Brown with 1120.5 points.