Allison Bart


Recent articles:

Bart | Requiem for a team

It looks like the only way varsity hockey could return to Penn is if a donor emerged from the shadows, bringing the initiative and the means to get a program going.









Bart | In search of Penn basketball's O-line

For the Quakers, the first step toward success is learning to deal with a defensive press and tight man-to-man ball pressure, but it appears that this may not happen next game or even this season.

Penn basketball falls to Villanova, 68-55

Penn was never able to come back from an eight-point gap set by the Wildcats in the final seconds of the first frame, falling to Villanova, 68-55, in the Quakers’ first Big 5 matchup of the season.


Penn basketball last-minute losers again

As the buzzer called the end of the game, Miles Cartwright’s last-second three-point heave fell short and Fordham handed Penn a 70-68 defeat in the consolation round of the NIT Season Tip-Off tournament.





Penn football has a chance to step up at Yale

Though the Red and Blue have struggled with consistency so far this season, they still got the job done in their first two Ivy games. Yale has lost its last four games, but in order to avoid what coach Al Bagnoli called “a tale of two halves,” the Red and Blue will need to execute the full 60 minutes.