Articles by Phil Leguichard
Twins take on foreign watersPenn women’s rowing’s dynamic duo is getting set to hit the international stage.
Penn brings up rear at IRAsA momentous season ended in bittersweet fashion for both Penn men’s rowing teams Saturday.
Rowing looks to right sinking shipFor the third straight season, the Penn men’s heavyweight rowing team will enter the IRA Championships with a fresh taste of defeat.
No trophies for Penn crewsThe Quakers placed third in the race for the Blackwell Cup, dropping all but one of their races — the Novice 8 — to two top-ranked opponents.
Bats come alive in twinbill splitThough a dormant offense has plagued Penn’s softball team for much of the year, it certainly wasn’t an issue Wednesday.
Lightweights lose in heartbreakerThe Quakers were 0.5 seconds short of victory over Cornell Saturday afternoon.
Quakers hope to extend six-game winning streakThe Quakers carry a six-game winning streak into this weekend, when they’ll hit the road to play doubleheaders against Harvard and Dartmouth.
Rowers look for second sweepComing off a victorious opening meet last weekend, the Penn men’s lightweight rowing team hopes its performance — and ranking — will carry over.
Red and Blue hoping for home improvement against La SalleComing off a road trip that has led to a six-game skid, Penn will return home in search of a win this afternoon.
Penn Rowing goes across Delaware, leaves George Washington behindThe men’s lightweight squad overcame its recent struggles against Delaware, taking three of four races, while men’s heavyweight split four races with George Washington. Meanwhile, on the women’s side, the Quakers were swept by a top-ranked Yale squad.
Hawks sweep doubleheaderUltimately, the Hawks clawed their way back to win both contests of a doubleheader, setting Penn back to a 3-8 record this season.
Softball looks for bright start to transition seasonThe Quakers will finally get the chance to take the field when they travel to Kissimmee, Fla., to play ten games from March 7-12 as part of the Rebel Spring Games.
Men's and Women's Fencing take second and third, respectively, at Ivy champsThe men tied for second place and the women clinched third on Sunday at the Ivy Fencing Championship in Hutchinson Gymnasium.
Senior night: prime time to right the shipFinal home weekend gives struggling Penn squad last chance for home Ivy win
Quakers still searching for first Ivy winThe Quakers fell to Brown 54-42 Friday in Providence, and then followed with a 70-38 loss at Yale on Saturday night — their widest margin of defeat in Ivy play this season.
Freshman fencer takes fifth at Junior OlympicsProchniak competed in the sabre division, battling a field of 157 competitors. His fifth-place finish secured him a spot on the 2010 U.S. Junior Fencing National Team, which will participate in the 2010 World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Penn women's basketball in Empire State of mindCoach Mike McLaughlin will look for leadership from his seniors when W. Hoops heads to Cornell and Columbia tonight and Saturday, respectively. Both games will tip off at 7 p.m.
Two tall tasks await QuakersComing off a difficult weekend in which they lost to both Yale and Brown things will only get tougher as they face Harvard and Dartmouth.
DeVore still searching for the perfect fitMen’s tennis coach Nik DeVore’s lineup, which includes five freshman and a talented sophomore transfer, is one puzzle that needs solving.