DP Sports Editors
We’re beginning to realize that Princeton may no longer be the Hobbes to Penn’s Calvin and the Tigers may indeed be for real
_Fran Dougherty is back, Darien Nelson-Henry has a year of experience under his belt, and Henry Brooks is still shooting jumpers from the top of the key.
Check out our comprehensive preview every player on every Ivy basketball team.
Find out where Penn’s athletic teams will be competing over spring break.
In a league that has quickly become characterized by existential crisis-inducing mediocrity, one team has stood out: Harvard. Click on the interactive teams’ logos to read about their performance and see their historical rankings.
The Quake Show isn’t going anywhere, even with Hummer’s Tigers on the prowl.
The Daily Pennsylvanian’s Sports Editors checked in with Steve Bilsky to discuss the state of Penn athletics. Topics ranged from “The Line” to student spirit and beyond.
Each semester, _The Daily Pennsylvanian_’s sports editors sit down with Athletic Director Steve Bilsky to talk all things Penn sports. With the football season just underway, we touched on everything from the post-season to pre-game drinking.
Intramural basketball playoff scores: March 21-24
Intramural Soccer Results from Thursday 3/17
Intramural Basketball Scores for the week of March 14, 2011
Penn hosts rival Princeton in the final game of Penn's 2010-11 basketball season. Follow all the action in our liveblog.
Intramural Basketball Scores for the week of 2/28
Penn Rec intramural basketball scores for February 18-21, 2011
Penn Rec intramural basketball scores for February 14-17, 2011
Only one team can replace the Big Red atop the Ivy League standings this year — and the Quakers are on their way to reclaiming their rightful spot.
During last week’s interview with Athletic Director Steve Bilsky, the DP Sports Editors chatted with the Number One about Penn basketball and some improvements soon to arrive at the Palestra.
In advance of Penn's Ivy opener against Dartmouth, a graphic of the Quakers' 9-1 record against the Big Green over the last decade, along with a five-point forecast for Saturday's game.
Just remember that our team put a stop to the Big Red, while yours couldn’t seal the deal.
Two of the league's most powerful offenses clash tomorrow as Princeton visits Providence to face Brown. Through four contests, the teams have combined to put up over 230 points this year and each collected over 500 yards of offense in its last game. Bears' quarterback Mike Dougherty averages 331.