For the past four years, I’ve managed to fool everyone at the Daily Pennsylvanian into thinking I’m a journalist, and let me tell you, the act was exhausting.
After receiving an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament, the Quakers will head to South Bend, Ind., Saturday to square off with last year’s national runner-up and current fourth-seed Notre Dame (10-2).
The Crimson dominated Penn on Friday, beating the Quakers 12-8.
Legally blind sportswriter David Block has become a fixture at the Penn Relays.
With a 9-4 victory over Dartmouth, the Quakers closed out their most successful Ivy League season in five years.
Brown senior David Hawley was one of 48 college seniors offered a spot to play professional lacrosse beginning in May.
The men's lacrosse team will try to stay in the hunt for an Ivy League tournament bid when they host No. 15 Yale Friday.
The Quakers have gotten their taste of Charlie Sheen’s proverbial, 'Winning,' but are still searching for a road 'W.'
The Quakers will need all the help they can get from the indispensable Feeney twins against Princeton Saturday at Franklin Field.
Just seven years after co-captaining the Penn men's hoops team, Andy Toole is the youngest NCAA Division I coach in the nation.
Penn men's lacrosse dominated defending national champ Duke Saturday behind strong play from freshmen Brian and Danny Feeney.
Defending national champion Duke visits Penn Saturday for the Quakers’ season opener.
No. 24 Temple suffered a lopsided loss to top-ranked Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium last night, 78-61.
Xavier Harris is Penn’s first recruit from a Philadelphia public school in over three decades.
None of the four new faces in Ivy men's hoops coaching has the experience of Dartmouth’s Paul Cormier.
The St. Joseph’s Hawk is a rarity in today’s sports world — and not just because he reveals his identity.
The NCAA announced last week it would allow coaches to have recruiting discussions during summer camps and clinics held on a college campus.
Standing in the line of fire day after day will inevitably take its toll on a lacrosse goalie.
After holding a starting spot for the entirety of his sophomore campaign, Penn defenseman Brett Hughes had high expectations for his junior year with the Quakers lacrosse team.
Just two days after Cornell lost to Kentucky on the hardwood, the Quakers will host the NCAA lacrosse runner-up, Cornell, at Franklin Field tomorrow.