Penn women's track and field will head to New Haven this weekend to take on the rest of the Ivy League at the Heptagonal Championships, hosted by Yale.
The Quakers will have several representatives in the championship, as the team looks to cap off an already successful season and finish better than their sixth-place performance of last year.
Jesse Carlin will compete in the 800 meter run and the anchor leg of the 4x1600 meter relay team.
Jamie Massarelli will run the lead-off leg of the 4x1600 meter relay, Shaunee Morgan will run second and Anna Aagenes third.
Morgan will also compete in the 200 meter dash, along with Laura McDaniel, Halloran Cope and Kelly Allred.
McDaniel, Allred, Kail Strother and Brittany Middlebrooks will sprint for the Quakers in the 100 meter dash.
Hannah Cope will join her sister on the 400 meter relay team as the lead-off leg. Strother will run the second leg, Allred the third, while Halloran Cope runs the anchor leg.
Hannah Cope will also compete in the 100 meter hurdles along with Chelsea Townes.
Pari Hashemi and Carolyn Auwaerter will compete in the 400 meter hurdles.
Massarelli will run in the 400 meters; Lauren Blake will also compete.
Penn will also be competing in the 3200 meter relay. Claire Kim will lead off that relay squad, with Kimberly Shooshan running second, Kinjal Parikh third and Jamie Liberti will run the anchor leg.
Claire Kim will also run in the 1500 meters. She will be joined by her sister Stacy Kim, as well as Parikh and Liberti.
Stacy Kim will also run in the 3,000 meters.
The Quakers will also be represented by Leah Brogan and Carol Xu in the distance events.
Brogan will run the 5,000 meters, and Xu will compete in the 10,000 meters.
Whitney Tagliavini, Kathryn Gevitz, Megan VanBuskirk and Middlebrooks will look to leap to victory in the long jump, while Yelizaveta Lozovatskaya competes in the pole vault.
Gevitz and VanBuskirk will also compete in the triple jump.Iman Johnson and Stephanie Guy will compete in the shot put, while Morelli and Kennedy will compete in the javelin for Penn.