Colin Henderson

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Penn track's Sam Mattis named national scholar

Competition may be over for rising senior Sam Mattis, but that hasn’t stopped the awards from continuing to roll in for him.

With the dog days of summer approaching, the star discus thrower has been named male Outdoor Field Scholar Athlete of the Year by the U.S.

Penn track and field posts strong day one at Relays

The Penn Relays have a way of sneaking up on the Penn community as a whole, and this year was no different. Tucked between Spring Fling and final exams, it’s understandable; this is an especially busy time of year for students on campus.

Penn football makes a friend

The first team captain in the Ray Priore era of Penn football may not have the speed or stature of a typical Division I athlete, but that doesn’t matter. He’s got enough heart and toughness for someone 10 times his size.

The real season starts this weekend for Penn track and field

Penn track and field may be known for traveling distances quickly on the track, but this weekend, the program will take its traveling abilities to the extreme.

In the course of only a few days, the Quakers will send athletes to compete in Florida, California and Princeton in what should will serve as their biggest competitive test to date of the still-young season.

Tory Bensen leading hot attack for Penn women's lacrosse

How can Penn women’s lacrosse continue to push the envelope and improve as a program when the eight-time reigning Ivy League champions have seen such exorbitant success in the last decade?

For Bensen, the answer is one which many comedic film series also turn to: getting more offensive.

“For the past four years that I’ve been here, our attack has been our weak point,” she said.

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