Colin Henderson

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Penn XC top moments of 2013

There are no two ways about it: 2013 was a transition year for Penn cross country, but the program still had its fair share of bright moments.

Back seventh heaven for Penn football

After a subpar defensive performance in 2013, the Quakers will look to their remarkably experienced and accomplished defensive back seven to spark a run towards an Ivy title in coach Al Bagnoli’s final season.

Penn cross country faces unique schedule

In almost any sport, if you spend the fewest minutes on the field of anyone on the team, it makes you a scrub or a benchwarmer. In cross country, though, this same condition makes you something different entirely: a star.

NCAA Finals highlight season of track and field success

For Penn track and field, the past weekend was the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

After months of hard work and continuous team improvement, three of Penn’s top athletes got the chance to represent the school at collegiate track and field’s most elite and competitive meet: the NCAA Finals.

Henderson | All is not lost for U.S. soccer

A lot has happened in the world of international soccer since the last World Cup was held four years ago in South Africa.

All-time greats like Ronaldinho have faded away from their once seemingly untouchable positions of supremacy.

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