Even after more than 10 visits to Van Cortlandt Park in the last four years, the Quakers don't feel that familiarity breeds contempt.
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Besides Harvard graduate Jeremy Lin, who signed with the Golden State Warriors in late July, three other Ivy hoops alums are playing professionally.
Both teams took first place in their first meet of the season at the Fordham Fiasco among fourteen other squads and over 300 runners at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, N.Y.
After switching from soccer to football in his junior year of high school, senior placekicker Andrew Samson is poised to break nearly every kicking record for Penn and the Ivy League.
In high school, Penn freshman Aaron Bailey was both a Michigan all-state sprinter and named to the all-state football team.
Jeremy Lin is not the only Harvard Athletics graduate who had a great week last week.
It may be difficult to understand why any athlete would go from the glitz and glamour of an athletic powerhouse to the often underrated Ivy League. For Ryan Becker, though, Penn was always his first choice.
This year, Allen has begun to pave the way for a new era of Quakers golf, starting with the recruitment of Francesco Melpignano.
In a deal between the Ivy League and Versus, at least three Ivy football games will be nationally televised this season — one of which is the 102nd all-time matchup with Princeton.
While his classmates are graduating, Jake Lewko will be in Nashville, Tenn., training with the Tennessee Titans and battling for a roster spot.
While the Penn track team will go from racing in front of over 54,000 fans at the Penn Relays to a far smaller crowd at Princeton, N.J., the stakes will be much higher at next weekend’s Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
After various offers to try out for National Football League teams, senior linebacker Jake Lewko agreed to terms with the Tennessee Titans yesterday.
Usain Bolt pleased the crowd Saturday, taking just 8.79 seconds to anchor Jamaica’s 4x100-meter team to a record-setting victory in the USA vs. The World event.
According to Penn Relays director Dave Johnson, Usain Bolt’s attendance at this year’s Penn Relays is the “biggest international appearance” in 81 years.
The story of Usain Bolt's famous Golden Pumas, and how their lore found its beginning and its end at the Penn Relays.
Saturday wasn’t the first time coach Gwen Harris and the rest of the team heard the sprinters’ rap, but posting three under-25-second 200-meter runners isn’t the result of just a good pump-up song.
According to Red and Blue Crew leader Justin Chang, Jerome Allen’s role as a public figure on campus will allow students to feel more invested in the team’s success and motivate them to come to games.
Sponsored by Penn Athletes and Allies Tackling Homophobia (PATH), the Pride Games are held to strengthen ties between the athletic and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.
The fate of two Quakers will remain undetermined until later this week as the results of Saturday’s NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Fencing Regional tournament count for only part of the qualifying criteria for NCAA championships.
In an effort to (literally) shave off as much time as possible for this weekend’s Ivy League Championships, the members of the men's swimming team are shaving their heads, legs, arms and for some, even more.