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Many Penn sprint football teammates share history dating back years

Much like the stature of the players, the sphere of recruitment is much smaller for Penn sprint football than with many other sports.

Since the team largely eschews the nationwide recruiting effort of many other Penn teams, most players hail from the metropolitan Philadelphia and South Jersey area.


Penn sprint football breezes past Mansfield, 31-7

The Quakers made a statement on Saturday, but returned home needed to ask themselves some questions.

Opening the year on the road against Mansfield, Penn sprint football cruised to a 31-7 win but was dealt a heavy blow when sophomore running back Max Jones went down in the fourth quarter with a broken ankle.






Transfer athletes adjust to new life at Penn

Better late than never.

For Penn Athletics, the timeless idiom has never been more true, as several transfer students have found their respective ways to 33rd Street and quickly made an impact on the Quakers’ athletic program.




Penn sprint football set for Senior Night against archrivals

There might not be much left at stake, but there is still plenty to play for.

After being eliminated from CSFL championship contention in last week's double overtime lose to Army West Point, the Penn sprint football team (4-2) looks to reset and finish the season on a high note against rival Princeton (0-6) in the season finale this Friday.






Penn sprint football freshman making most of opportunity

Number 29 got the ball with just under seven minutes left in the first quarter of Penn sprint football’s home opener. With the Quakers already up 7-0, the freshman running back looked like he wasn’t going to gain any yardage as multiple Franklin Pierce players made contact with him. 

But he shocked everyone by fending off the Quakers' opponents before reeling off another 20 yards into the endzone.



Sprint Football Issue | One final goodbye to a Penn legend

While Mike Beamish may have graced the gridiron at Franklin Field last Saturday, Penn sprint football will have to adjust to life without its former star and captain this season.

Beamish participated for the fifth time in the program's annual Alumni Game last weekend, but not as a member of the Quakers' current team.



Sprint Football Issue | Unknown to many, Franklin Pierce is a familiar opponent for Penn

Up in Rindge, N.H., lies Franklin Pierce. Perhaps it’s not an institution that Penn students hear about frequently in the world of Penn athletics, but for the 49 players on the Quakers’ sprint football roster, it’s a household name nonetheless.

This weekend, Penn sprint football will officially begin its season against its New England counterpart, under the sun at Franklin Field on Saturday.



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