On Friday, the College of Charleston’s campus was set abuzz by Senator Ted Cruz’s rally, held on campus in an apparent attempt to secure the support young voters and South Carolinians in general on the day prior to the South Carolina Republican primary. And in terms of production value, Cruz certainly did not disappoint.
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For the past decade, the athletes of Penn women’s lacrosse have collectively been the stars of the Ivy League. So it should come as no surprise that this year, the Quakers’ two biggest leaders got officially recognized as such.
Midway through Penn Athletics’ spring season, an intriguing combination of players have left an indelible mark on their respective teams’ successes in 2015. In recent weeks, Penn baseball has surged ahead, winning seven of eight Ivy games in dominating fashion, yet with no single person responsible for the hot streak. The women’s lacrosse and softball teams are humming along as well, with their usual cast of stars setting the tone for the Quakers.
Nowadays, it seems like the closest Penn students come to “March Madness” (besides spring break, of course) is filling out brackets or watching the Big Dance on TV.
Penn women's basketball needs a few wins and some help this weekend to keep it in the race for the Ivy League title. That pursuit continues tonight against lowly Columbia. Follow here:
When the men of Penn lacrosse won the Ivy League championship last year, it came as a bit of a surprise. The same cannot be said of their female counterparts.
Over the weekend, seniors Matt McMahon and Joe McCallion of Penn lacrosse were drafted by Major League Lacrosse.
The awards just keep rolling in for Penn basketball's freshmen.
Three years ago, Duke Lacroix was named Ivy League Rookie of the Year. It was an auspicious start to one of the most prolific careers in the history of Penn men’s soccer.
Former Penn assistant basketball coach Ray Edelman has died, Dick Weiss reports.
Star junior cross country runner Thomas Awad has been making his case for top Penn athlete for some time now, but it was only two weekends ago that he broke out on a national stage. In an extremely gutsy performance at NCAA Nationals, Awad persevered through an Achilles injury and finished 27th overall, earning All-American honors.
Penn basketball has gotten off to an inauspicious start to the 2014-15 season, losing all five of its games. The Quakers are one of 14 winless teams left in the NCAA, having suffered some close defeats to Delaware State, Lafayette and Wagner. The Red and Blue also rank 278th out of 351 Division I teams in Ken Pomeroy’s College Basketball Rankings, but they are also not far behind fellow Ivy squads Cornell, Brown and Dartmouth.
Best 'stache at #NCAAXC? It might be @PennTrack's Tommy Awad. Agree? pic.twitter.com/7IUvkSDI6h
It’s no secret that things have not gone Penn football’s way this year, but for the man at the helm of the program — coach Al Bagnoli — this season has been the outlier, not the norm.
With two straight victories under its belt, Penn women’s soccer will look to keep its momentum up on the road against a tough Princeton squad this Saturday. However, with the Tigers (7-5-3, 3-2-1 Ivy) gunning for an Ivy League title and preparing for Senior Day, the Red and Blue (7-5-3, 2-3-1) will undoubtedly have their hands full. Let’s check out what’s up and what’s down for the Quakers as they get ready for their weekend matchup.
This weekend, the AP came out with its first top 25 poll for the 2014-15 men's basketball season. For the first time since 1975, an Ivy League team made the preseason top 25, but it wasn't Penn this time: It was Harvard, led by high-profile coach Tommy Amaker. The Crimson were tied for 25th and will have a lot to live up to being a ranked Ivy squad. Our editors debate what this means for Penn and the Ivy League:
Having won three of its last five matches — including its most recent contest against a strong Dartmouth squad — it looks like Penn volleyball’s young roster may be finding its footing. On Friday, the Quakers will hit the road to take on Ivy-rival Princeton and get back to .500 in conference play. Let’s look at some reasons why the Red and Blue may extend their recent success and some reasons why they may revert to old tendencies.
Having lost its past eight games, Penn football is in the midst of quite a losing streak. However, when it comes to stretches of ineptitude, the Quakers have nothing on their next opponent.
There was a lot going on in the sports world on Sept. 19, 1998. Untainted by the steroids scandal that would break later, the nation was enthralled by the home-run race between Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa.