Articles by Tim Ghosh

04/18/13 12:25am
Behind a clutch performance from junior midfield Shannon Mangini, Penn fought its way to a 10-9 overtime victory over Princeton (8-5, 5-1) Wednesday at Franklin Field — and a seventh straight Ivy title.
04/11/13 8:26pm
With the regular season Ivy League title in the balance, the Penn women’s lacrosse team has the opportunity to finally get a little revenge against Dartmouth.
04/03/13 9:11pm
Penn (5-4) dominated an outclassed Lehigh (3-9) squad on Wednesday night, 13-4. Following its 0-3 start, Penn has now won five of its last six games, the lone blemish being a 15-10 defeat to No. 1 Maryland last Saturday.
03/12/13 9:40pm
Whether or not the Quakers’ resume is ultimately strong enough to earn them a postseason bid, they still have plenty of momentum going into next season. The key for the Red and Blue will be to turn their flashes of brilliance into sustained excellence.
03/11/13 2:06am
The Quakers (16-11, 9-4 Ivy) split their home weekend slate, topping Brown, 60-48, on Friday before falling to Yale, 70-65, on Saturday night.
03/10/13 1:33am

Penn women's basketball falters against Yale, 70-65

Penn (16-11, 9-4 Ivy) fell to Yale (13-15, 8-6), 70-65, as the Bulldogs swept the season series.
02/27/13 10:13pm

Florida won’t be all fun, as Penn women's tennis faces unique squads

The Quakers (4-2) will travel to DeLand, Fla. during the break to take on James Madison (2-3) this Sunday and Stetson (3-1) the following day.
02/24/13 10:00pm

W. Tennis Recap

02/16/13 10:11pm

Penn women's basketball completes sweep of Harvard and Dartmouth

On the heels of their first win over Harvard in 18 tries, the Quakers (12-9, 5-2 Ivy) thoroughly dismantled Dartmouth (6-15, 4-3) on Saturday, 63-40, catapulting themselves into sole possession of second place in the Ivy League.
02/15/13 9:12pm

Penn women's basketball beats Harvard for first time since 2004

Penn women’s basketball scored one of its biggest wins in recent memory Friday night, beating Harvard 77-72. It was the Quakers’ first home win over Harvard in 11 years.
02/10/13 10:01pm

Penn women's basketball braves Ivy foes and Nemo

Traveling into the heart of the blizzard, the Quakers (10-9, 3-2 Ivy) split a pair of games this weekend, losing at Yale (7-13, 2-4) 65-56, before topping Brown (7-13, 1-5), 65-48.
01/14/13 1:26am

Princeton blows out Penn women's basketball, 77-47

In the Ivy opener for both teams, Penn (7-6, 0-1 Ivy) fell to three-time defending Ivy champion Princeton (10-5, 1-0), 77-47, Saturday at Jadwin Gym.
12/09/12 7:17pm
The Quakers coasted to a 54-40 win over LIU-Brooklyn on Sunday. The win was Penn’s fourth straight after beginning the season 0-3, marking the first time the Quakers have reeled off four consecutive victories since February 2005.
12/04/12 1:36am
The Quakers eked out a 58-53 overtime win over Bucknell on Monday night at the Palestra. The Red and Blue’s second straight victory was again decided by single digits.
10/17/12 12:27am
In the best season of her collegiate career, senior Kyle deSandes-Moyer is finally seeing her years of hard work pay off.
09/20/12 10:58pm

Women's soccer seeks revenge against Crimson

The Quakers (3-3) open Ivy League play Friday when they host reigning Ivy champion Harvard (3-2-1). Penn missed out on an automatic NCAA bid last season by finishing a game behind the Crimson. Harvard was the only Ivy team to beat Penn, 2-0.
09/20/12 1:22am
The schedule says the Penn women’s soccer team is only six games into its season, but the Quakers are preparing to begin what amounts to a high-stakes, seven-game playoff.
09/12/12 12:36am
Men’s soccer coach Rudy Fuller described the relationship between the men’s and women’s teams at Penn as being “one program.” Perhaps no one knows this better than the newest men’s soccer assistant coach Pete Pososki, who previously served in the same role on the women’s side from 2005-10.
09/07/12 12:04am
After a 2-0 start to the season, the Red and Blue host Marist on Friday before playing at local rival Drexel on Sunday.
04/20/12 12:51am
Brennan and Leitner will say goodbye to the stadium they’ve called home for four years when No. 9 Penn hosts Brown in the Quakers’ final regular season home game.
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