Greg Johnson covers Penn Athletics and Recreation, which includes sports teams, intramural sports, and the Penn Relays. He manages the annual Research at Penn publication, which highlights notable research from all 12 schools at Penn.
Flexing Quakers fluster Big 5 foe La Salle
The women’s basketball team defeated the Explorers 72-59 on Tuesday at La Salle. The Quakers dished out 23 assists and caused 22 turnovers.
Dingle dazzles, collects Ivy and Big 5 Player of the Week awards
The third-year guard led the Red & Blue to four straight victories and has scored at least 20 points in each of Penn’s last six games, the longest streak by a Quaker in 44 years.
Gridiron septet awarded First-Team All-Ivy honors
Seven members of the football team have earned First-Team All-Ivy recognition, tied for most in the conference with Princeton.
Sayin selected Ivy Offensive Player of the Week
The second-year quarterback led a fourth-quarter comeback against No. 22-ranked Princeton on Saturday, Penn’s first victory over a ranked opponent in seven years.
Jewish history scholar talks antisemitism in today’s world
Historian Beth S. Wenger discusses the history of modern antisemitism, its effect on the Jewish people, antisemitism on the right and left, Kanye West, Kyrie Irving, criticism of Israel, and the history of Jewish people in America.
Penn fencers prevail against nation’s top teams
The men’s and women’s fencing teams both played lights out at the Elite Invitational on Saturday at the Tse Center.
Men’s soccer scores awards-season hat trick
Stas Korzeniowski has been named Offensive Player of the Year, Leo Burney has been selected Defensive Player of the Year, and Brian Gill has earned Coach of the Year honors.
Triumphant Quakers clinch undisputed Ivy crown
The men’s soccer team shut out Princeton 3-0 on Saturday in New Jersey and clinched its first Ivy League title in nine years.
Defensive maestra Banks earns First-Team All-Ivy acclaim
Fourth-year defender Gracyn Banks of the field hockey team has been named First-Team All-Ivy for the second year in a row.
Winning time: Three Quakers take home weekly conference awards
Ben Stitz of the men’s soccer team, Livia Loozen of the field hockey team, and Trey Flowers of the football team have secured Ivy League Player of the Week recognition.