Articles by Melissa Goldstein
Penn catches case of the splitsAfter the 2-2 weekend the Quakers are just 11-14 overall, but a solid 6-2 in Ivy play.
Late-game energy is no help for PennDespite fighting back in the late innings, the Penn softball team struggled during their spring break trip, tallying up only two wins over seven games.
Women lay solid foundation at Ivy Championships in N.Y.The Quakers traveled to Cornell to compete in the first part of the two-week Ivy League Championships, where they went 3-1. They will look to show their strengths on their homecourt at Hutchinson Gym next week, when round two of the Ivy Championship will take place.
Freshman takes stab at Junior OlympicsWhile Penn won’t be sending any student athletes to Vancouver, freshman Evan Prochniak will be the sole representative for the Penn fencing program at this year’s Junior Olympics.
Down but not necessarily outWhile her Quakers lost 4-3 to Temple, coach Sanela Kunovac is confident that her team can avoid the ten-game skid that defined the team’s season last year.
Quakers hope to wither VioletsAfter both the men’s and women’s teams won all five of their matches last year at the Brandeis/MIT Eric Sollee Invitational, Penn fencing is hoping for a repeat performance.
Kunovac’s Quakers take fight out of DragonsThe women’s tennis team successfully put out the Dragons’ fire in Sanela Kunovac’s coaching debut.
Bright futures for gymnastics freshmenThe gymnastics team anxiously awaits their first meet, unsure how they will perform with a new assistant coach, a host of injuries and eight freshmen.
Looking to stay perfect this yearThe men’s fencing team hopes to replicate last year’s perfect season at the Philadelphia Invitational on Jan. 10, while the women’s team looks to build on last year’s 14-5 season as well.