Penny Teaf Goulding never seemed to run out of energy, as she earned 20 letters in six sports at the University of Pennsylvania.  Even from the start, Goulding’s competitiveness and athleticism were well known, as she was the first freshman ever to be inducted into Athlon, Penn’s former women’s athletics honor society.  Her inaugural year, Goulding was also presented the Most Outstanding Freshman award for field hockey, and she bookended her career with awards, as she took home the 1964 Fathers’ Award following her senior year.


Goulding was a member of the Pennguinettes (the University’s synchronized swimming team), a 20-point per game scorer one season fro the women’s basketball team, a member of the two-team undefeated softball team, an All-East honoree on the field hockey team, a scoring threat for the lacrosse team and a member of an undefeated doubles tandem on the badminton team.


Overall, she earned four letters in field hockey, four in basketball, four in lacrosse, four in synchronized swimming, three in softball and one in badminton.