This summer, Penn Baseball alumni Austin Bossart and Ronnie Glenn have taken their talents from the Ivy League to the Minor Leagues.
Bossart and Glenn recently began their professional baseball careers after being selected in June’s Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.
Competition may be over for rising senior Sam Mattis, but that hasn’t stopped the awards from continuing to roll in for him.
With the dog days of summer approaching, the star discus thrower has been named male Outdoor Field Scholar Athlete of the Year by the U.S.
Earlier this month, Penn squash assistant coach Gilly Lane coached the US men’s team to a bronze medal at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto.
Lane, who graduated from the College in 2007 after earning All-America, All-Ivy and team MVP honors all four years at Penn, served as a player-coach for the men’s team last year in the 2014 Pan American Sports Festival, where the men qualified for this year’s event by placing third.
The head of the US national teams, Paul Assaiante, wanting to maintain continuity between the 2014 and 2015 events, offered Lane the men’s head coach position if he did not make the team as a player.
“I jumped at the chance when they put it out there to me,” Lane said.
Can’t make it to Franklin Field to watch Penn football live in action this fall? No fear.
The Quakers announced this week that the team will play three of its games on national television.
Nothing says honoring history like an homage to the past.
It's been over a decade since college basketball fans in Philadelphia have seen one of the city's greatest hardwood traditions take place.
Coach Steve Donahue and his staff have hit the ground running, already getting two commitments for the Class of 2020.