New podcast series features captivating conversations with Penn alumnae
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.
Giving initiative powers next generation of women athletes at Penn
“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.
Penn Athletics hires Liz Nobis as first-ever mental health professional
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.
Bella pitches beauty, blanks Brown
Junior Bella Fiorentino pitched a two-hit shutout in the softball team’s 3-0 defeat of Brown on Sunday in Rhode Island.
Ivy League gives props to three Quakers
Sarah Schneider of the softball team, Asa Wilson of the baseball team, and Krissy Kowalski of the women’s lacrosse team have earned weekly conference recognition.
Alexis Borden’s perfect game
The 2015 alumna, the most decorated pitcher in Penn softball history, threw the first perfect game in school history in May of 2012.
Penn Athletics prepared to support student-athletes regarding Name, Image, and Likeness
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.
Going yard with Leah Allen
The 2017 alumna, the softball team’s all-time home run leader, discusses her record-setting career in the Red & Blue.
Rejoice! Local spring sports set to begin
Penn and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health have given the go-ahead to begin spring sports competition against local teams.
Ivy League cancels spring sports season
Due to the pandemic, the conference will not hold league competition or host league championships this spring, but has put in place a process that may allow for limited, local competition if public health conditions improve.