Penn 360 - A Virtual Facilities Tour
PHILADELPHIA - With the recent completion of Penn Park, George A. Weiss Pavilion, Shoemaker Green and other state-of-the art facility upgrades, Penn Athletics has continued its efforts to provide its student-athletes, coaches and staff with the resources needed to stay atop the Ivy League and in contention for national championships. With the launch of Penn360, all Quaker fans can go behind the scenes and experience where the Quakers play.
Penn360, produced by Early Commit -- the premier provider of online, interactive content for college athletics -- provides Penn student-athletes, coaches, alumni and fans with an all-access showcase into the facilities that have produced some of the greatest moments in Penn's athletic history.
"We are proud of the tremendous facilities available to our student-athletes and coaches," Director of Athletics Steve Bilsky W'71 said. "A lot of work has gone into providing all members of the Penn community with state-of-the-art facilities to compete on at both the collegiate and recreational levels. Our new partnership with Early Commit and the launch of Penn360 allows for all Penn student-athletes, coaches, alumni and fans to connect with the campus in a new and exciting way."
Completely interactive, Penn360 affords 360-degree panoramic views of some of the most notable athletic venues not only the Ivy League, but all of collegiate athletics. Step inside Franklin Field, the nation's oldest collegiate football stadium and home to the annual Penn Relays. Sit courtside at The Palestra , Penn's home court which is truly known as "The Cathedral of College Basketball." Pull up dockside on Boathouse Row to experience where Penn's three rowing teams call home alongside the Schuylkill River in the shadows of Philadelphia's skyline. Take the field in brand-new Penn Park, Penn's $25-million renovation which is home to softball, tennis and two Sprinturf practice facilities. These facilities, and more, are joined by tours of Penn's athletic training, strength & conditioning, and academic facilities as well as the city of Philadelphia's most historic viewpoints -- the National Constitution Center, the Philadelphia Art Museum steps and the world-famous Rocky statue.
To view Penn360, click here.