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(04/05/17 6:21pm)

Nicolas Podesta burst onto the scene as a freshman in 2015, but vanished from the team just as suddenly. Now he's back, and has a lot to prove.

(02/28/17 6:19pm)

Still ineligible to compete for Penn men's tennis after a brief professional career, junior Nick Podesta is one of several crucial losses that the Quakers have been forced to overcome early in 2017.

(01/31/17 5:12pm)

Despite his age and lack of experience, sophomore Kyle Mautner stepped up big time for the Quakers last year, earning first team All-Ivy honors.

(12/07/16 11:46pm)

Ivy League teams like Harvard men's soccer have gotten into trouble for their group messages this semester. They should clearly demarcate the line and never cross it, Senior Sports Editor-elect Will Snow writes.

(11/21/16 7:24pm)

Wharton graduate Brandon Slay, who won gold at the 2000 olympics, serves as executive director for the PRTC, a program that has put Olympic wrestlers on the mat with Penn's grapplers.

(11/14/16 8:35pm)

Competing in the North American Cup with teammate Julian Merchant, Penn fencing's Adam Green took home 21st place out of 210 competitors over the weekend.

(11/08/16 8:24pm)

Penn fencing coach Andy Ma has build a strong relationship with his athletes, something that led to him being named Ivy fencing coach of the year

(09/12/16 7:30pm)

Sophomore transfer Chaz Augustini didn't see the field in his first year playing traditional at Tulane. At Penn, however, he is expected to have a big role playing wide receiver this season. 

(04/26/16 9:41pm)

Penn senior Sam Mattis has accomplished more than most athletes dream of. He'll take one final shot at a Penn Relays title this weekend. 

(04/24/16 8:53pm)

While there wasn't technically a victory for Penn women's rowing during Saturday's Class of 1984 Award Race, the Quakers' second-place finish behind only star-studded Princeton provides optimism for the squad as the postseason approaches.