Sports

Holland bound: Penn basketball's Miles Jackson-Cartwright signs overseas contract

The former Penn basketball guard formally signed with the Dutch Basketball League’s Aris Leeuwarden on July 23rd, ending a search for a professional contract that began after Commencement.
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McGinnis | Looking forward, looking back on the summer

As the summer winds down and students begin to wander back to campus over the next few weeks, it only seems fit to reflect on the summer that was for Penn Athletics.After all, it’s been an eventful summer.
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Stephanie Cheney decides to leave Penn women's basketball

Rising sophomore Stephanie Cheney, who played in 22 games for the Quakers last season, has left the program, leaving the team without a piece in the post that coach Mike McLaughlin could have utilized.
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Penn baseball's Ronnie Glenn stacks up to Cape League competition

After impressing on the mound this past spring, Penn lefty Ronnie Glenn was provided a summer opportunity most college ballplayers only dream of – a chance to play in the Cape Cod Baseball League. 10 hours ago

Penn women's basketball slated to travel to Italy in August

Following an outstanding season in which the Red and Blue captured their first Ancient Eight title since 2003-04, Penn will bring its summer to a close with a 10-day trip to Italy in mid-August before the semester begins later in the month.
07/23/14 9:43pm

Tydings | Addressing student apathy at Penn

As we march towards a future with dwindling attendance and a steadily aging donor base, Penn Athletics needs to figure out how it can once again be part of the culture, part of the true Penn experience.And with a new AD in place and renewed energy around the department, the time is now.
07/24/14 10:35pm

Penn baseball's Mike Vilardo moving on to Purdue

After two Second-Team All-Ivy selections in his first two years as Penn’s second baseman, Vilardo is set to graduate early and head to Purdue to take advantage of his final two years of baseball eligibility and pursue a masters degree in management.Vilardo’s latest move, one he contemplated deeply, was years in the making.
07/23/14 10:45pm