Articles by Neil Fanaroff

05/13/10 9:14pm

Senior Goodbye: Neil Fanaroff | Writing for the love of the game

After four years and 180 articles, Neil Fanaroff knows that he has stuck with the sports section for his love of being a fan.
04/22/10 4:58am
Tomorrow evening, a different sort of team will take the track. Runners will be racing not for high school or college pride, but rather as representatives of the companies that employ them.
04/14/10 3:22am
The DP caught up with former assistant coach John Gallagher to discuss his new position at Boston College and reflect on his time at Penn.
04/09/10 5:20am
No one in Penn football history has meant as much for as long as Dan “Coach Lake” Staffieri.
03/31/10 6:00am
Jerome Allen’s resume as a collegiate coach offers little indication of how successful he can be.
03/29/10 7:15am

Fanaroff | Patience is a virtue in selection

While some Penn fans have grown frustrated that interim coach Jerome Allen has not yet been officially hired, the Penn job demands a thorough search, and all options need to be explored before a decision is announced.
03/29/10 5:20am
The Quakers struggled to take and maintain possession against No. 6 Cornell and thus could not garner any offensive momentum, as they fell 12-6.
03/23/10 3:14am
Cornell's run to the Sweet 16 may have changed the Ivy League forever.
03/22/10 3:01am

Cornell tastes the sweet life

Cornell may be considered an underdog in this year’s NCAA Tournament, but anyone watching its two games this weekend would have no idea.
03/19/10 3:44am
In the NCAA tournament, former Penn coach Fran Dunphy will face his former assistant and current Cornell coach Steve Donahue for the first time.
03/15/10 2:30am
The Mike Murphy era may have gotten off to a rocky start, but after a trip to the Rocky Mountains, the Penn men’s lacrosse coach and his team now have some momentum behind them.
03/06/10 4:00am

Crimson edge Quakers 67-66 in last-minute victory

With under five minutes remaining, Penn committed five of its season-high 21 turnovers and blew a 7-point lead in loss to Harvard.
03/04/10 5:57am

Lafayette laughs first, last in win over Murphy's Quakers

After a 14-9 loss to Lafayette in his second game, men’s lacrosse coach Mike Murphy is still looking for his first victory with the Quakers.
03/03/10 5:45am
Yesterday, seniors Darren Smith and Andreas Schreiber confirmed their decisions to return to the men’s basketball team next year.
03/01/10 5:50am

Fanaroff | Ready for a party of their own

Although Penn men's basketball lost both of its games this weekend, they walked away with new motivation — witnessing the celebration of an Ivy title for the second consecutive season.
02/28/10 2:40am

Cornell avenges Penn 68-48

Ryan Wittman and Louis Dale scored 18 and 16 points, respectively, while Jeff Foote pulled down 8 boards as the Big Red clinched a share of the Ivy League title Saturday night at Newman Arena.
02/18/10 4:11am
It's not Al Bagnoli's offseason regimen, but a yoga workout at Pottruck Fitness Center has become increasingly popular among Penn football players.
02/08/10 4:55am
Twice this weekend, Penn found itself down big early, and twice its second half performance showed the difficulty of fighting an uphill battle.
02/03/10 5:45am
The Big Red climbed into the ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ poll at No. 25 after receiving 53 votes.
01/27/10 6:15am
When Harvard hired former Duke standout and Michigan coach Tommy Amaker after the 2006-07 season, hopes were high, but the Crimson’s win total stayed mediocre as usual.
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