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Alanna Shanahan, director of Penn Athletics, is hosting a series of interviews with alumnae in support of “Power the Next 100,” a new fundraising initiative focused on women’s varsity athletics.
“Power the Next 100” will serve as the catalyst to help Penn Athletics fulfill its commitment to holistically developing its women student-athletes over the next 100 years.
Sage, who passed away in 2019, was the first coach of the field hockey team and women’s lacrosse team and a pioneer of women’s athletics at Penn.
Anthony Erz began his career at Penn in 2015 as an assistant athletic trainer and previously worked as head athletic trainer for the football and men’s lacrosse teams.
Out of more than 350 Division I institutions, Penn finished 60th, which ties the University’s best ranking in the history of the Directors’ Cup.
The baseball team and the men’s lacrosse team will be in action this weekend in the Ivy League Championship Series and NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship, respectively.
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.
The senior midfielder is just the fourth player in the history of the men’s lacrosse program to be selected conference Player of the Year, and the first in 31 years.
On Sunday, the men’s lacrosse team won its second consecutive Ivy League Tournament title and the women’s track & field team earned its third straight Outdoor Ivy Heps Championship.
The freshman attacker had a career-high eight points in Penn’s 12-4 win over Dartmouth on Saturday in New Hampshire.
It’s been a long time since Handey, who set Penn freshman records in goals (35), assists (26) and points (61) in 2019, saw the field. Now the senior is back, intent on leaving his mark on the program.
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