Three-pointers made by the men’s basketball team over three games in the Wooden Legacy tournament in Anaheim, California, during Thanksgiving weekend. That included 15, one shy of a school record, in a win over Long Beach State, which followed a victory over UCF and a narrow loss to nationally ranked Arizona in which freshman Jordan Dingle poured in a game-high 27 points on seven threes.
Consecutive Big 5 road games won by the women’s basketball team, a program record. Led by freshman guard Kayla Padilla, the Quakers opened their 2019–20 city slate with a 55–45 victory over Saint Joseph’s and a 65–49 triumph at La Salle. They’ll try to continue the streak at Villanova and Temple in mid-January.
Points scored by Alexa Schneck during her Penn field hockey career, which wrapped up in November. The senior had 19 goals and 15 assists in 66 starts, and became one of just three Penn field hockey players to receive All-Ivy honors in each of her four years with the program, joining Donna Berk C’87 and Alexa Hoover C’18.
Anthony Russo’s time in the five-mile race at the 2019 Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country Championship at New York’s Van Cortlandt Park on November 1. Russo, a junior, came in second and four other Penn runners finished in the top 20 as the Quakers won the league title for the second time in four years. Russo went on to finish 89th nationally at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.