Rower Regina Salmons named Second-Team All-American
A native of Methuen, Mass., Salmons is just the fourth rower in program history to earn All-American status.
Brush gift supports women’s soccer
A $1.5 million gift from Athletic Overseer David M. Brush and his wife Karen provides financial support to the women’s soccer program and its head coach.
Sixers owner donates $1 million to Penn wrestling
Josh Harris, a 1986 Penn alum and managing partner of the Philadelphia 76ers, and his wife Marjorie donated $1 million to the Penn wrestling program on Wednesday through their Harris Family Charitable Foundation.
Eating healthy with Jill Joseph
Jill Joseph, the sports nutritionist at Penn Athletics, provides nutritional education and counseling to more than 900 student-athletes across Penn’s 33 teams.
Penn wrestling attracts one of the top recruiting classes in the nation
Combined, the 2018 recruiting class has earned 11 state/national prep championships, and 26 state/national prep placements.
On the training table with Emily Dorman
Emily Dorman, the head athletic trainer at Penn Athletics, supervises the overall health care of roughly 1,000 student-athletes at Penn.
Women’s basketball team to prep in France, Spain for next season
Building upon a successful 2017-18 campaign, the Quakers will travel to Europe in August.
Malinowski named freshman All-American
Eduardo Malinowski of the Penn baseball team has been honored by Collegiate Baseball newspaper for his outstanding freshman campaign.
Quartet of Quakers advance to NCAA track and field championships
Four members of the women’s track and field team will compete in the NCAA Championships in June, a program record.
Throwback: Student Spotlight with Alyssa Baron
Alyssa Baron, the second-leading scorer in Penn women’s basketball history with 1,806 points, starred for the Quakers from 2010-11 to 2013-14.
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For Penn, March Madness Memories Will Outlast Regrets
Despite the loss to Kansas, the Quakers delivered a season of 24 wins and brought a strong defense to the March Madness game. “We played as hard as we could play,” said senior Darnell Foreman, who had led the team to victory at the Palestra on the 11th, qualifying them for the tournament.
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Penn's Justin Watson handles pro day like a pro
Weeks of prep pay off as the wide receiver, who impressed scouts with his performance during the season, hits every mark on pro day.
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