Ian Wenik

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Wenik | Cheers to 23 seasons of Al Bagnoli for Penn football

The way Penn football celebrated at midfield after defeating Cornell, giving retiring coach Al Bagnoli a ceremonial Gatorade shower, you’d almost have thought the Quakers somehow managed to capture a 10th Ivy title for their leader on some sort of technicality.

Colorado Avalanche practice on Penn's campus

A twenty-something Colorado Avalanche fan carried his equipment bag into Penn's Class of 1923 Arena for his weekly Monday open hockey session, only to find out quickly that he would be forced to stay in the stands.

The reason? His favorite hockey team was occupying the ice.

Yale runs roughshod over Penn football, 43-21

Entering Saturday’s game against Yale, Penn football knew it couldn’t try to tackle running back Tyler Varga one-on-one or allow quarterback Morgan Roberts to make big plays if it wanted to pull off an upset.

The Red and Blue couldn’t do either of those things, and a familiar result ensued.

Wenik | Penn football's secondary is its primary problem

Brother, can you spare a dime package?

Because after No. 18 Fordham properly toasted Penn football’s secondary today, the Quakers are positively begging for something ? anything ? to help shore up the defense’s back four.

Rams quarterback Mike Nebrich threw for 566 passing yards against the Red and Blue ? the most in program history.

All that yardage didn’t go between the twenties, though, unlike the disturbing plurality of Penn offensive possessions that ended in midrange Jimmy Gammill field goals.

The Rams’ drives in points.

Penn field hockey faces strong nonconference tests

Over the past two weeks, Penn field hockey has dived headfirst into Ivy play, winning one of their first three conference contests. This weekend, though, the Quakers will get a break from the Ancient Eight grind.

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