When prospect Myles Stephens visited Penn in June, before Penn had offered to the high school junior, *the Quakers’ assistant coach Scott Pera* showed the prospect around the campus during Stephen’s visit.
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*Vice President Joe Biden* delivered the University's 257th Commencement address on Monday, telling the Class of 2013 that they have the chance to "bend history" and "challenge orthodoxy" as the world's future leaders.
*Senior attack Caroline Bunting* remembers last year’s Ivy championship game — when the Big Green upset Penn, 6-4 — all too well. The Quakers will be looking to make amends tonight, as they host Dartmouth at Penn Park. Both teams are a perfect 4-0 in Ivy League play, so tonight’s matchup may decide who takes home the Ivy title. Read the full article "here":http://www.thedp.com/article/2013/04/time-for-payback-for-penn-womens-lacrosse.
*Junior midfield Shannon Mangini* will lead the Quakers against Columbia on Saturday as the Red and Blue seek their 17th straight win versus the Lions.
In Penn’s first eight games of this season, *junior midfield Tory Bensen has scored nine goals*, which is tied for third on the team. Last season, she injured her knee three games into the season, keeping her out for the year.
The *Lod Mosaic*, which was uncovered in Israel in 1996, is currently on display at the Penn Museum. It was criticized by some professors for how it was displayed in the exhibit. They said there wasn't enough context presented.
*Senior attack Tim Schwalje* has been the leader of a balanced Penn scoring charge this year. The captain has scored nine goals and added 10 assists to pace the Quakers.
*Richard Dawkins*, former Charles Simonyi professor of the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University, stands before a projection of his new book, on which he focused much of his oration. “The universe isn’t out to get you,” he said at one point in his talk. “It doesn’t know or care about your existence.” "Read the full story here":http://www.thedp.com/r/7d0cd14c
*Junior defender Maxx Meyer* will be looking to help Penn forget about last year’s disappointing 3-10, 1-5 Ivy season, during which he led the team with 40 ground balls. Meyer also ranked fourth on the team in forced turnovers with 14. "Read the full story here":http://www.thedp.com/r/663a398e
*Senior midfielder Maddie Poplawski* unanimously won first-team All-Ivy honors last year. Along with fellow midfielder Meredith Cain, she will be in charge of controlling the tempo of the field this season in hopes of helping the team to its fourth straight Ivy League title as well as a national championship in 2013.
*Junior guard Alyssa Baron* has been a large part of Mike McLaughlin’s program the last three seasons and has helped lead the team to a 10-9 record this year, including a 3-2 start to Ivy League play. The Red and Blue have a chance to move up the Ivy League standings, since five of their final nine games come against teams ahead of them in the Ancient Eight.
2012 Master of Environmental Studies *Chennery Fife* (left), an admissions officer, leads a campus tour for prospective students.
*Sophomore Jack Maine* has strong family connections to the rival Tigers. He plays at the No. 7 spot for the Quakers and is looking to pick up his fifth win.
In fifteen games this season, *freshman guard Keiera Ray* has averaged 8.7 points and 3.9 rebounds per contest.
*Penn coach Jerome Allen* has received a vote of confidence from Athletic Director Steve Bilsky despite Penn’s slow start to the season. Midway through his third full season as head coach after taking over for Glen Miller seven games into the 2009-10 season, Allen has amassed a career win-loss record of 41-56.
*Freshman guard Keiera Ray* has stepped up admirably for the injured Meghan McCullough, leading all Ivy freshmen with 2.1 assists per game this season.
Penn *junior forward Alyssa Baron* scored a season-high 28 points against Morgan State on Tuesday.
*Junior Alyssa Baron*, who nailed the game-winning layup with 6.4 seconds to go, notched 14 points and 7 rebounds against the Terriers on Wednesday night.
Coach Mike McLaughlin said *freshman Keiera Ray* has taken a leadership position as a young player. The guard, who is second on the team in scoring, rebounds and steals, has stepped up early for the Quakers.
Coach Mike McLaughlin said freshman Keiera Ray has taken a leadership position as a young player. The guard, who is second on the team in scoring, rebounds and steals, has stepped up early for the Quakers.