Betraying its graceful appearance, rowing is a sport of force, finesse and teamwork.
In the fastest of boats, the eights, the intricacies of the sport require a ninth man who steers—both literally and psychologically—the vehicle as it cruises forward.
Exactly one year ago today, Penn baseball stood tied atop the Lou Gehrig Division heading into a four-game series against Columbia.
Some outside the program viewed their success as unexpected, shocking even.
Penn coach Steve Donahue takes a seat in the Palestra stands, overlooking a pick-up basketball game featuring his two of his assistant coaches.
On March 21, Penn men’s tennis was prepared for matches against Temple and the joint team of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
Yankees legend Yogi Berra once said his sport was "90 percent mental, and the other half is physical."
While the statement now draws its notoriety from its mathematical absurdity, its message still rings clear, even if the reasoning is not quite sound.
I sat down to speak with coach Steve Donahue and asked him some questions that people submitted from Twitter.