Midway through the winter sports season, Director of Penn Athletics Steve Bilsky sat down with the Sports Editors of The Daily Pennsylvanian to talk about a successful fall for the Quakers and what’s on tap for 2011.
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Tommy Eggleston, brother of senior forward Jack, has begun the process of walking onto the football team.
Penn's kicker Andrew Samson, a senior, is a candidate for the Fred Mitchell Award, which honors the nation’s most outstanding placekicker.
When the Quakers square off against Army at the Meadowlands at noon on Saturday, their relative size advantage will likely work in their favor.
Despite cutting the Panthers’ lead to 21-18 midway through the first frame, Penn fell 82-58 and failed to pick up its first road win of the season.
Saturday’s 34-14 defeat of Harvard guaranteed the Quakers at least a share of the Ivy crown. It's their 15th Ivy title, their fifth in 10 years, and marks the third time they have won back-to-back titles.
When the Quakers face second-place Harvard at home Saturday afternoon, they will have a few obstacles to overcome before they can once again call themselves Ivy champions.
Despite the Quakers’ recent dominance, a second consecutive Ivy championship isn’t guaranteed.
The Quakers, who boast the Ivy League’s second-best rushing offense, credit their offensive linemen for this season’s domination of the ground game.
Though Al Bagnoli’s offense has generated enough points to keep the Penn football team undefeated in Ivy League play, the team still sits in dangerous territory.
The day after Game 1 of the NLDS, Shane Victorino decided to unwind with a round of golf and had a chance encounter with the Penn women's team.
Penn improves to 4-1, keeping Columbia winless against the Quakers for the 14th straight season.
It seems detrimental to the Quakers to continue splitting quarterback time.
Penn pulled away late, 31-10, in Lewisburg, Pa. Coach Al Bagnoli became the winningest coach in program history, senior Andrew Samson broke a career record and David Wurst had a career day.
The initiative taken by the Class of 2013 is one of the primary reasons that the Quakers have mostly picked up right where they left off.
When Penn was deep at running back but depleted in the secondary, Bradford Blackmon and Matt Hamscher put the team ahead of personal desires.
Penn has not beaten Villanova in 99 years. But at 7 p.m. tonight, it will be battling something more formidable than a daunting series history.
Kenyatta Smith, a 6-foot-7 post player from Brea, Calif., verbally committed to coach Tommy Amaker of Harvard during a visit this weekend.
The Quakers came back from a halftime deficit to beat Lafayette, 19-14, Sat. night at Franklin Field.
An in-depth look at the roster and changes at each position for the 2010 Quakers