The number of head coaches the women’s volleyball team will have had in the last four years, after Iain Braddak resigned his position on January 31. Braddak compiled a 17–29 overall record in a two-year stint marked by upheaval. In his first season, eight players filed formal grievances with the athletic department against him, and the 2019 campaign was cancelled with two games left due to the discovery of offensive posters in the team’s locker room.
Nicole Van Dyke’s winning percentage in five seasons as head coach of the women’s soccer team—the second highest in program history for coaches who spent at least two years at Penn. She resigned earlier in January to become the head coach at the University of Washington.
Consecutive years the women’s lacrosse team has made the NCAA tournament heading into the 2020 season—the fifth-longest active streak in NCAA Division I. The Quakers will be looking to win their 12th Ivy League title since 2007 and dethrone rival Princeton, which captured last year’s crown and was picked to win it again in the preseason media poll.
The age of new Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski C’04, who was hired to take over the moribund franchise in January after 14 years as an assistant with the Minnesota Vikings. A former all-Ivy defensive back for the Quakers, Stefanski is currently the third-youngest head coach in the NFL.