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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.
Built in 1875, Penn Rowing’s home on Boathouse Row underwent a substantial renovation to modernize the building while preserving its iconic details.
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.
This weekend in Sarasota, Florida, the Quakers will compete in the NCAA Division I Rowing Championship tournament for the first time as a full team.
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.
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.
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 2018 graduate will compete in the women’s eight at the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in late July.
Saturday was a busy day for Penn’s athletic teams and the Quakers put up impressive performances on water and land.