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“You don’t bet against Awad in the last hundred," Penn director of track and field Steve Dolan said minutes after Penn won its first relay at Penn Relays since 1974.
Slip slip, slide away.After lightning delayed the start of Tuesday's game by almost an hour, Penn men's came back from a three-goal, fourth-quarter deficit to tie the score 8-8, before falling in overtime to Philly neighbor Saint Joseph's, 9-8, in the team's regular season finale.“I think our biggest issue on the day was facing off,” coach Mike Murphy said.
And that’s two.Late last night in good ol’ Baltimore, the Quakers were able to build on their Ivy win Saturday to defeat UMBC in a non-conference game 8-7.The Red and Blue got the first point on the board with an unassisted goal from midfield Tyler Dunn just 34 seconds into the game.But the Retrievers didn’t let Penn stay up for long.
After the stage comes down and the sun comes up, Franklin Field will transform back from a concert venue to a stadium.At 3 p.m. on Saturday, Penn men’s lacrosse will host Harvard in an attempt to snap out of a three-game losing streak
The two-day conference included presentations from high school students, philosophy graduate students and professors of philosophy on a wide range of topics, such as science, ethics and social issues.
After two consecutive Ivy wins, the Red and Blue fell, 13-8, to No. 6 Maryland at their home turf of Franklin Field on Tuesday.
Two for two.After a 9-6 victory over Cornell this past Saturday at Franklin Field, Penn men’s lacrosse remains undefeated in the Ivy League.
In their final home competition, Penn gymnastics seniors bid adieu to the Palestra.
This spring break, Penn men’s lacrosse will be jetting off to the beautiful, warm, tropical ... Pennsylvania.Facing off against Penn State, Lafayette and Villanova before classes start up again, the Red and Blue do indeed have a busy week ahead of them.
This weekend Penn gymnastics competed in the Ivy Classic, finishing a disappointing last out of four teams as the squad sought to defend its 2015 title.
Over a decade and a half later, Doktor is readying for his senior season wearing the Red and Blue and leading the offense for Penn men’s lacrosse. The memories of 15 years ago remain salient in the attacker’s mind as he readies to turn a new chapter in his career in the sport.
Red just wasn’t enough this weekend.This weekend, the Red and Blue gymnastics squad beat their Ivy rival Cornell - the Big Red - to earn their first victory at a tri-meet in the 2015-16 season.
The Quakers’ team score landed them fourth of the five teams — a strong showing for the Red and Blue’s first competition, especially with a few shakes early on.
Out with the old and in with the new.
What went wrong?
Same, same but different.The typical American collegiate experience is four years. While some deviate from that path and finish early or late, a majority of students at Penn find themselves on a similar track.
Country roads are taking the Quakers away from home down to West Virginia.
Unfortunately, close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, not soccer.
In 2008 Barack Obama was elected president for the first time, Michael Phelps won eight gold medals in Beijing, Heath Ledger died, Eliot Spitzer resigned over a prostitution scandal and No Country for Old Men won best picture at the Oscars. And Penn sprint football beat Army.