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Past and present track & field athletes are vying for a chance to compete in the Tokyo Olympics.
The senior sprinter holds the Penn record in the indoor and outdoor 400-meter dash, and was a part of a number of record-breaking relay teams.
Saturday was a busy day for Penn’s athletic teams and the Quakers put up impressive performances on water and land.
Andrew Douglas, Uchechi Nwogwugwu, Jennifer Richards, and Ben Padon were honored for their performances in athletics and in the classroom.
At the Philadelphia Metropolitan Collegiate Invitational on Saturday at Franklin Field, Penn’s track and field teams were victorious in more than a dozen events.
The local-only, collegiate-only, invitation-only track competition will be held on April 24 at Franklin Field.
Penn and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health have given the go-ahead to begin spring sports competition against local teams.
If health conditions in the city continue to improve, the Relays plan to sponsor three separate track meets in coming months.
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.
The Award recognizes former student-athletes for their successes on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.