Articles by Teia Ross
Ross | Despite its early end, my lacrosse career was my Penn identityI’m grateful for every moment that this program has given me. I’m grateful for the opportunity that my coaches gave me when they let me come to Penn and for everything that they’ve taught me here.
Penn women's basketball faces Ivy League road challenge in New EnglandComing off of three consecutive losses, Penn women’s basketball will look to break the streak this weekend against Harvard on Friday, then Dartmouth on Saturday.
Men's basketball faces St. Joe's in Big 5 matchup after Princeton lossesThe Quakers will attempt to notch their second Big 5 win of the season when they take on Saint Joseph's this Saturday at the Palestra.
Dominant first quarter powers Penn women's basketball to big win over HartfordComing off of its first loss of the season, Penn women’s basketball rallied to handily defeat Hartford by a 74-46 score.
Penn football sends seniors off with final game of season against archrival PrincetonA win against Princeton on Saturday at Franklin Field would give the Quakers a winning record for the Ivy League season.
Sophomore Rory Starkey, Jr. breaks out in first season on the field for Penn footballOver the summer, Starkey trained for a month with current and former NFL players — including Mark Ingram and Anquan Boldin — in Boca Raton, Fla.
Penn ultimate frisbee provides opportunities for both beginners and advanced playersBoasting a combined 100 players on the men’s and women’s teams, Penn ultimate frisbee provides students with a team sport that is also a tight-knit group.
Trio of Penn football seniors set to graduate after this semesterSam Philippi, Nick Robinson, and Drew Brennan are three Penn football seniors who will be graduating at the end of the fall semester.
Trio of goals power Penn men's soccer past Cornell in Ivy League openerPowered by a trio of goals, Penn men’s soccer defeated Cornell in their first Ivy League game of the year.
Penn football takes on Dartmouth in Friday night showdown to begin Ivy League playPenn football will open its Ivy League season in a dramatic setting, taking on Dartmouth on Friday night at historic Franklin Field.
Penn field hockey eager to begin Ivy play against Cornell after slow start to seasonAfter a winless start to the year, Penn field hockey has its sights set on the first Ivy League game of the season against Cornell on Saturday.
Touche's header helps Penn men's soccer to draw with No. 24 RutgersPenn men’s soccer's fourth game of the season against Rutgers on Tuesday night seemed like a page out of its book from the 2018 season.
Behind another Bhangdia goal, Quakers sneak past Marist in home openerA late goal by junior midfielder Joey Bhangdia gave the Quakers a 1-0 victory and their second win in the second game of the season.
Fall teams taking advantage of extra time on campus with preseason trainingWhile many students are just arriving back to campus to begin the school year, fall sports are ending their preseason training sessions.
The best Penn teams of all time: 2007 women's soccerPenn women’s soccer made its mark on Ivy League soccer history in 2007.
Penn men's lacrosse puts perfect conference season on the line at Ivy TournamentThe regular season Ivy champion Quakers will look to cement their status as the best team in the conference at the Ivy League Tournament this weekend.
What this trio of fall sports seniors are doing in their last semester at PennAs their Penn Athletics careers come to a close, these three seniors are taking advantage of their newfound free time.
Despite hot bats, Penn baseball falls to Harvard in three-game seriesIn the first Ivy series of the season, Penn baseball split Saturday’s doubleheader but lost on Sunday to Harvard at Meiklejohn Stadium.
Penn baseball uses quick start to run away from Lafayette in 19-3 victoryOn Tuesday night, Lafayette put up little fight against the No. 24 Quakers, as the Red and Blue easily won by a score of 19-3.