Brette Trost


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Farewell Column by Brette Trost | Do what scares you

One of the most challenging things I have ever done. Working on a deadline, thinking critically quickly and building relationships with coaches and athletes are all things that have tested me. But it is because of these challenges that I have found my four years with the DP one of the most rewarding aspects of my time at Penn.


Penn baseball's hitting goes cold in Ithaca

The Quakers (22-17, 7-9 Ivy) lost three of four in their series against the Big Red (21-14, 9-7), winning the first game, 6-0, before losing the last three contests, 4-2, 3-1 and 8-2 respectively.







Penn women's basketball outlasts Dartmouth, 55-45

The Quakers notched their sixth straight victory, beating Dartmouth, 55-45. Penn’s defense kept them alive in the first half against the Big Green (6-18, 4-6 Ivy). The Quakers offense was extremely cold, shooting 8-for-31, including 1-for-16 from behind the arc.



Penn women's basketball looking to improve on nice Ivy start

Penn will head north this weekend to face Yale and Brown in its second road trip of the Ivy season. Because of the coming winter storm, the game time at Yale has been moved to 4 p.m. on Friday afternoon and Saturday’s game at Brown has been moved to Sunday at noon.

Penn women's basketball triumphs in Ivy road trip

In a season that has been plagued with last minute losses and lackluster play following halftime, Penn (9-8, 2-1 Ivy) finally proved that it has left the non-conference mistakes behind as the Quakers begin the Ivy season.





Baron faces down old friends and foes

Penn may be taking on LIU-Brooklyn this Sunday for the first time in school history, but for junior Alyssa Baron, the meeting will bring back some high school nostalgia.