A former Quaker and an incoming Quaker are competing in the Olympics in Tokyo, giving Penn a total of eight athletes participating in the Games
Six Quakers are going for the gold in the Olympic Games, representing the United States, Canada, Jamaica, Bermuda, and Taiwan/Chinese Taipei.
Staff at Penn Athletics has been working for months to prepare for the new legislation, and the Division is well-positioned to meet the needs of Penn student-athletes regarding NIL.
The 2016 alumnus and British Columbia native will participate in the men’s sabre event at the Tokyo Olympics.
In addition, fall sports will not be played during the spring semester, and spring sports are postponed through at least the end of February 2021.
Chloe Daniel finished 12-4 at the Ivy League Championships over the weekend and helped the Quakers knock off Princeton, the No. 1 team in the country.
The senior fencer discusses competing as a saber at Penn, the training and dedication the sport involves, and how fencing has taken him all around the world.
Fencer Ashley Marcus, a Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup awardee, talks about her commitment to fighting bullying and sexual violence, and protecting children.
The senior from Florida was honored for her work fighting bullying and sexual violence.