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Nobis earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Biola University’s Rosemead School of Psychology in 2021 and has been serving as a postdoctoral fellow at Penn’s Counseling Services for the past year.
At the Quaker’s Choice Awards on Wednesday evening at the Palestra, Penn Athletics presented its major intercollegiate senior awards to five student-athletes.
The senior center back was one of eight athletes named to the U.S. Women’s National Development Team after a four-day selection camp at Queens University of Charlotte.
The director of recreation and intercollegiate athletics discusses her journey from intern to AD, navigating sports during the pandemic, her goals as athletic director, and the everchanging world of college athletics.
Gracyn Banks of the field hockey team and Jordan Obi of the women’s basketball team have been honored, in turn, by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and Ivy League.
Penn defeated Dartmouth 2-1 on Saturday, wrapping up their season with a three-game winning streak and third-place finish in the Ivy League.
The senior captain discusses her role as a center back, the field hockey team’s brutal schedule, playing for USA Field hockey, her work as a field hockey coach and referee, and her plans for next year.
The field hockey team defeated Brown 3-2 on Saturday in Rhode Island, the Quakers’ 10th consecutive win over the Bears.
The football team’s Isaiah Malcome and the field hockey team’s Sabien Paumen have been honored by the Ivy League; sprint football’s Andrew Paolini and Lewis Evans have earned CSFL recognition.
Andrea Wieland, the associate athletic director for sports performance at Penn Athletics, discusses athletes and mental health, Simone Biles, Ben Simmons, the yips, and the importance of seeing athletes as whole people.