This weekend, Penn football senior kicker Jack Soslow picked up right where he left off from his first team All-Ivy season last year.
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At first it looked like it would be a blowout. And then it looked like it might be close.
With Justin Watson off to the NFL, many of the questions surrounding Penn football this offseason have been focused on how the Quakers will replace the production of the team’s all-time leader in receptions and receiving touchdowns.
It didn’t take long for senior caption Jerel Blades to help Penn men’s soccer find the back of the net this past Friday — and it also didn’t take long for Blades to earn recognition from the Ivy League.
Sometimes its better to be tall than to be good. On Friday against Monmouth, sophomore defenseman Alex Touche was both.
With the majority of fall sports kicking off this weekend, we at The Daily Pennsylvanian figured it was a perfect time to look ahead and think about endings. Our Sports Editors discuss which of Penn's teams have the strongest rosters and are likeliest to win a title — Ivy or otherwise.
Basketball season is still a couple months away, but Penn fans finally know what they have to look forward to.
Thousands of athletes of all ages will converge on University City for the 124th Penn Relays this weekend, including a number of Olympians. Superstars like Justin Gatlin grace the Relays practically every year, but there are some high schoolers and collegiate athletes that will also draw eyes this weekend.
Questions about the Penn softball program are mounting after sophomore captain Corey Burrough quit the team in March.
With elections of Penn’s two branches of student government underway, two Penn track athletes are running for office with the hopes of utilizing what they have learned on the track to help them as student representatives.
Coming into this season, Penn women’s lacrosse had a pretty good idea of what its offense would look like with the top six point-scorers returning from last year’s team returning.
WICHITA, Kan. — Penn men’s basketball might have come short of pulling off the greatest upset in college basketball history, but the Quakers have so much to be proud of.
Though Penn's fans were heavily outnumbered by Kansas' fans in Wichita, the Quaker faithful more than made themselves heard.
Today at 2 p.m, No. 16 seed Penn men's basketball will tip off against No. 1 seed Kansas. While the Quakers enter the game as major underdogs, there's no shortage of star power on either team.
Penn men’s basketball is officially on its way to March Madness.
In the minutes after Penn men’s basketball beat Harvard to secure its spot in the NCAA Tournament, sophomore AJ Brodeur hugged a lot of people.
If you follow college basketball at all, you’re probably aware of the fact that no No. 16 seed has ever beaten a No. 1 seed in NCAA Tournament history.
For many Penn students, Sunday’s Ivy League Championship was the first Penn men’s basketball game they’ve ever been to. As disappointing as that is, I’m not writing this to shame all the bandwagoners.
On Saturday, Penn men’s basketball (22-8, 12-2 Ivy) will take on Yale (16-14, 9-5) at the Palestra in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament. The winner will advance to the Ivy Championship and get a chance to play the winner of Harvard-Cornell for a spot in the NCAA Tournament.
Just days ahead of the biggest weekend of the season for both Penn men’s and women’s basketball, individuals on both teams got some good news.