Articles by Vinny Veeramachaneni
No. 6 Penn men's lacrosse faces No. 2 Penn State this Saturday in home openerComing off of its first victory of the season last weekend, No. 6 Penn men's lacrosse will play its first game at Franklin Field to face No. 2 Penn State on Saturday.
She didn't start out on attack, but that's where Gabby Rosenzweig thrives for PennGabby Rosenzweig has made a name for herself in the Ivy League over the last four years, earning two first team All-Ivy nods, including a unanimous selection last season.
Penn wrestling's winning streak comes to an end against Columbia and CornellThe Quakers hosted the Lions and Cornell in back-to-back dual meets on Saturday to continue Ivy League competition.
Penn track and field puts up another impressive performance at Villanova InvitationalPenn traveled to Ocean Breeze Track and Field Facility in Staten Island, N.Y. to compete in the Villanova Invitational on Saturday.
Confused about the four events in collegiate gymnastics? Let Penn's gymnasts explain.Here is a breakdown of gymnastics' different events, and who to watch on the Quakers in each for the 2020 season.
Penn gymnastics opens season with narrow loss to TowsonSophomore Sydney Kraez won both the vault and floor exercise in a 192.650-191.425 loss against Towson last Sunday.
How Michael Li went from imitating Captain Jack Sparrow to leading Penn fencingLi, a junior from Palo Alto, Calif., began his fencing journey at the age of eight like many: through his love for Captain Jack Sparrow.
Anthony Russo finishes 89th nationally at the NCAA Cross Country ChampionshipsThe 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships were held on Saturday at Indiana State in Terre Haute, Ind., featuring 253 runners from all over the country in the men’s 10K run.
Freshman Michael Colaiocco is shaping up to be Penn wrestling's newest superstarFreshman wrestler Michael Colaiocco is coming to Penn with a high pedigree, and has all the tools to shed this narrative and turn into the Red and Blue's next superstar.
Penn volleyball's Daniela Fornaciari flies to success under the radarFornaciari currently leads Penn volleyball in blocks with 51 on the season, and has generated an astounding 0.84 blocks per set, good for eighth in the Ivy League.
Penn men's soccer drops first Ivy game of season in 1-0 loss to DartmouthPenn men’s soccer fell to Dartmouth, 1-0, on a chilly Saturday evening in Philadelphia, marking the team's first Ivy League loss of the season and second consecutive defeat.