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Farewell Column by David Greenbaum | Like MJ, I’m not retiring, just switching 'sports'

Among the thousands of students who will graduate on Monday are dozens of athletes who are officially retiring from their respective sports. Sports have been a large part of their identities dating back to their childhood. And the large majority of Penn’s athletes have played their last competitive games … ever.

May 8, 2013

Special Olympic elite head to Relays

On Friday afternoon, Special Olympians — athletes with intellectual disabilities — will compete in their own division in two races — the 4×100-meter relay and the 100-meter dash. In total, approximately 20 athletes from all over the East Coast will participate.

April 23, 2013

Double duty for senior athletes

After balancing school and athletics for three and a half years, nobody would blame senior football players C.J. Mooney and Dave Twamley for relaxing their last semester. Instead, they decided to double up and play for the lacrosse team this spring.

March 28, 2013

Penn men's lacrosse survives late Princeton rally

Penn got off to a fast start, shutting out the Tigers (4-2, 0-1 Ivy) in the first quarter, while scoring three goals of its own.

March 17, 2013

Brief | Rocky Mountain woes don’t last for men's lacrosse in Pennyslvania

The Quakers performed admirably, bouncing back from a loss against No. 7 Denver by beating No. 17 Lehigh and Villanova to bring their record to 4-1 after the break.

March 10, 2013

Greenbaum | Penn men's lacrosse shouldn't ride too high after big win

The Quakers were under the radar against Duke, but this time around they will be the favor as they face as St. Joe’s.

February 25, 2013

Penn not scared of tough Blue Devils test

Most teams like to open their season against a weaker opponent to gain confidence going into the season. But Penn men’s lacrosse is not most teams, as they will take on No. 14 Duke.

February 21, 2013

Weekend homestand a must-win

This year, it has taken just three Ivy games for the Red and Blue to pick up two losses, making this weekend’s games must-wins.

February 7, 2013

Penn basketball beats NJIT, wins 1,700th game

Penn held NJIT to just 27.7 percent shooting from the field, a season-best for the Quakers’ defense, as they took a 54–53 victory at the Fleisher Center on Thursday night.

January 17, 2013

Penn basketball still searching for road victory

The Quakers are just 2-13 and have yet to win a road game this season. Penn will seek its first road win and 1700th win as a program Thursday night against the NJIT Highlanders (9-8) at the Fleisher Athletic Center.

January 17, 2013

Greenbaum | Penn basketball facing the leadership cliff

Penn basketball is suffering from a similar lack of strong leadership. Call it “the leadership cliff,” because if nobody steps up soon as the leader of this team in clutch situations, the Quakers will fall even further into a downward spiral.

December 31, 2012

Penn basketball hopes to rebound vs. Binghamton

When the Quakers face off against the Bearcats at 7 p.m. at the Palestra, crashing the boards and clogging the paint will be key to snapping their five-game skid.

November 28, 2012

Loftus and Lopano just kicking it

Starting kicker Connor Loftus and starting punter and holder Scott Lopano like to have fun while they are waiting for their turn on the gridiron. But when they’ve gotten on the field this season, they have done a near-flawless job.

November 13, 2012

Penn basketball tips off season vs. UMBC

For the second straight season, the Quakers will open their season against UMBC. Last year they took the contest, 59-45, in Catonsville, Md.

November 9, 2012

Hoops Supplement | New assistant coach Ira Bowman emerges a leader

On a team without any seniors, Bowman is in many ways a leader that his players can look up to not just as a source of authority, but also as a role model.

November 8, 2012

Penn football's replacements are stepping up

Young receivers have had to step up and Penn has had to adjust its offensive strategy. Instead of having one new receiver emerge, the Quakers have filled in the holes with several new targets.

November 7, 2012

Greenbaum | Special teams leads Quakers to victory

In Penn’s 20-17 victory over Brown, neither team was dominant on offense or defense. Saturday, special teams made the difference.

October 31, 2012

Penn football set for showdown with Brown

To beat Brown, which has one of the top defenses in the Ivy League, the Quakers will need to be more efficient inside the 20-yard line in Saturday’s showdown at Franklin Field.

October 26, 2012

Two Dans step up on defense for Penn football

After losing several key seniors following last season, defensive coordinator Ray Priore knew that some of his underclassmen would need to step in to fill their shoes. And just when duty called, Dan Wilk and Dan Davis emerged as stars of the Quakers’ young defense.

October 10, 2012

BRIEF | Penn women's tennis duo plays on national stage

This past weekend, sophomore Sol Eskenazi and senior Jules Rodin had the opportunity to test their talents against the best collegiate tennis players in the country.

October 7, 2012

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