Penn needs to be challenged, sure, but the young squad also needs confidence. A softer schedule gives the Quakers a shot at both.
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Not every quarterback Penn has faced so far has been green, but the defense’s continued failures at making big stops is troubling, and even more so against those without much career playing time.
Sol Eskenazi starts competition Tuesday at UCLA with pre-qualifying singles matches. Then on Thursday, Eskenazi and Jules Rodin begin doubles main draw play.
Friday, the women’s soccer team beat Cornell, 2-1, in Ithaca, N.Y. Penn extended its Ivy winning streak to 7-0-1 with the win, the longest Ancient Eight streak in program history. The Quakers resumed action Sunday with a home-game tune-up against NJIT, winning, 4-0.
Plans are in motion to create an AstroTurf field for Penn’s field hockey program, to be located just south of Rhodes Field.
Six Ivies competed at the tournament, and Penn finished above only Dartmouth. The Quakers’ team score of 954 was nine strokes above Brown, the next-closest Ancient Eight finisher. Harvard was the highest-placing Ivy team, followed by Yale, Princeton and the Bears.
Penn's three senior running backs have kept alive the long tradition of the Quakers' offensive rushing attack on the gridiron. They call themselves “The Stable.”
If you haven't checked out Shoemaker Green yet, do so whenever you get the chance. But if you were planning on checking it out at a football pregame tailgate, you may be out of luck.
But despite less-than-ideal conditions, Fink and her team have only prevailed. In 2011, Penn went 3-14 on the season. Four games into 2012, the Quakers have three wins and more goals than they had in their first 12 outings last year.
For the purpose of this column, I don’t have the good fortune of taking one risk — in this case, making a sports prediction for the upcoming year — and immediately walking away with my earnings, never to return. Oh no, I’m in it for the long haul. The following are my predictions; come April I’ll be happy just to get my 20 bucks back.
Picked first in this year’s Ivy Preseason Media Poll, it’s Harvard that is now watching the Throne. And the Quakers? They’re perfectly fine with that. In fact, they’re better than fine.
Sometimes swimmers peak at just the right time. Former Penn captain and All-American Brendan McHugh did just that.
Three seniors have been invited to participate in NFL camps this past week.
At Franklin Field on Senior Day, Penn took care of business with a commanding 15-6 win over Brown. But it wasn’t until after the game that the Quakers (7-5, 5-1 Ivy) truly celebrated.
But when it came down to voting for the captain of the 2012 squad, only one player stood out: defensive end Brandon Copeland.
Four Penn football seniors showed off their skills Wednesday afternoon at Penn's NFL pro day at Franklin Field.
Brendan McHugh swam for Penn for the last time on Saturday and finished his career with a bang, setting new Penn records and personal bests in the 100 and 200 breaststrokes.
Beginning Thursday, senior Brendan McHugh will compete in the NCAA men’s swimming championships in Seattle, Wash.
Rosen is a unique player. Listed at 6-foot-1, 170 pounds, it’s easy to knock his athleticism. But somehow, that doesn’t matter. For Rosen, it’s all about his mentality.
Without seniors Mike Howlett and Tyler Bernardini, who have sat out injured the last two games, Penn’s underclassmen were forced into the spotlight.