Blog Posts by Sarah Gutman

10/28/06 1:47pm
Can't make Franklin Field for the homecoming game today? Refresh this page for updates after every quarter.FINAL: Penn 27, Brown 30With the wind swirling, Morgan missed his 35-yard attempt, but Penn picked the worst possible time to commit an offsides penalty.
09/29/06 6:56pm

Poll watching

Four Ivy League teams are receiving votes in this week's Sports Network Top 25 poll.No. 22 Harvard (432 points), obvious choice.
07/06/06 10:51am
Over my three years of writing for The Daily Pennsylvanian and its summer counterpart, I've been to enough press conferences to know what they're about.So when I covered the Philadelphia 2016 Olympic bid press conference at 30th Street Station (not the best choice for acoustics, by the way), I knew what I was getting into.This would not be an honest assessment of the city's chances for landing the U.S.
05/05/06 8:25pm


Congratulations are certainly due to 2001 Brown graduate Cory Gibbs, who was selected to the 23-man United States World Cup soccer team.
05/01/06 7:16pm

Ivies in the NFL

Congrats to Cornell offensive lineman Kevin Boothe, who was taken in the sixth round (176th overall pick) in yesterday's NFL draft by the Oakland Raiders.Today, a pair of Princeton Tigers -- defensive back Jay McCareins (Arizona Cardinals) and tight end Jon Dekker (Pittsburgh Steelers) -- joined him, at least for now, on NFL rosters.
04/29/06 8:21pm

Back to normal

From the moment he sat down in the press room today, Tyree Washington made it clear that he had not forgotten about last year's 4x400-meter relay -- especially the last 150 or so meters -- in the USA vs.
04/29/06 4:11pm

Pure speed

There's really only one event for which the winner can claim the title 'fastest man in the world.' That's the 100-meter dash.
04/29/06 11:51am

Ignorance and redemption

Remember last year when the USA dropped the baton to let the Jamaicans win the 4x400-meter USA vs. the World relay?Wallace Spearmon doesn't.At yesterday's USA vs.
04/28/06 5:51pm

One for the home team

Penn's Sam Shepard got a big cheer from the crowd as he barely beat out Princeton's Richard Stewart down the stretch in the college men's Heptagonal 4x400.
04/28/06 9:09am

Day two begins

For the second day in a row, the first race of the day started before the scheduled time. That's a good thing if you're helping coordinate the Penn Relays schedule, because things always get delayed at some point.
04/27/06 9:59am
3:45 p.m.: The best way to get the Jamaican fans at Franklin Field up and on their feet is to announce that Holmwood Tech is in a race.
04/24/06 12:28pm

Penn splits doubleheader with Princeton, eliminated from Ivy race

Princeton 14, Penn 2, FINAL Penn saw its hopes of a division championship fade away, as the Quakers were blown out by the Tigers in Game 2.
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