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Penn is not short on successful athletic programs.
Here at the University of Pennsylvania, students are often victims of setting the bar too high for themselves, creating stress and unnecessary expectations. Though the Quakers are confident they can pull off a three-peat in football, many outside the program do not view Penn as the favorite to win the Ivy League.
Every great team needs a great leader — or in the case of Penn baseball, leaders.
Penn baseball takes three of four at second-place Cornell, inches closer to first division title since 2007
Just keep winning.
What a difference a year can make.
As the end of the school year approaches, most Penn Athletics spring squads are approaching crunch time in their respective seasons, with almost all of them having entered the thick of Ivy League play.
If every journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step, then every championship season must begin with a single victory. Or in Penn baseball’s case, two.
Training to be a Division I athlete is tough enough to begin with. But training for two sports? Almost unheard of.
A star reborn? Or maybe just repositioned.
The stage is set.
Long before champions are crowned, they are made.
Coach Steve Donahue of Penn men’s basketball is not keen on the phrase “must-win.”
In many ways, college is designed to divide us.
A winning mentality.
This is not a spot that any of the Penn men’s basketball faithful wanted to see their team in at this point in the season.
Penn men’s basketball coach Steve Donahue is not one to overreact. But after losing both legs of a weekend doubleheader, things are going from bad to worse for the Quakers in conference play.
Penn men's basketball coach Steve Donahue is not one to overreact.
When the Ivy League Tournament was first announced last year, Penn men’s basketball knew it would only increase the frenetic energy associated with the team's conference match-ups. With the tournament cutoff set at fourth place, the goal for the competition’s inaugural season was always to make the tournament.
“We’re just trying to get better every day.”