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The Pennsylvania Quakers is the athletics programs of the University of Pennsylvania, located at Philadelphia. It is a member of the NCAA Division I as well as the Ivy League and the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges, to which its rowing teams belong. The program’s athletics director is Steve Bilsky and it is home to twenty seven varsity teams. Its football stadium is the Franklin Field with The Palestra being the basketball arena. The baseball team plays at the Meiklejohn Stadium and the soccer team at the Rhodes Field. Many flock to see this NCAA National Championship winning program with Pennsylvania Quakers tickets.
The Pennsylvania Quakers lacrosse teams play at Franklin Field, with it and other teams fondly called the Quakers and The Red & Blue. It has won a number of NCAA National Championships in women’s fencing and men’s fencing. Three NCAA National Championships have been won in men’s fencing with one NCAA National Championship won in women’s fencing.
The Pennsylvania Quakers football team has been active since 1876, easily one of the oldest college football teams in the US. It has won a mind blowing eighteen National Championships within the NCAA FBS. It has also won an amazing fifteen Ivy League Football Championships, the last five of which were won in 2000, in 2002, in 2003, in 2009 and in 2010. Eighteen of its players have been inducted into the prestigious College Football Hall of Fame.
The Pennsylvania Quakers lacrosse team has also made a name for itself on the field, winning many a game. The men’s soccer team has won ten National Championships, a spectacular achievement. The women’s crew club has also made a mark in college rowing in the US. The women’s fencing team, on the other hand, is an NCAA National champion, a team to be seen fencing by ordering Pennsylvania Quakers tickets.
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