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“You don’t bet against Awad in the last hundred," Penn director of track and field Steve Dolan said minutes after Penn won its first relay at Penn Relays since 1974.
Slip slip, slide away.
And that’s two.
After the stage comes down and the sun comes up, Franklin Field will transform back from a concert venue to a stadium.
It's not exactly commonplace to see high school students and professors of philosophy conversing and engaging with one another's work, but at this weekend's Philosophy and Engagement conference this is exactly what happened.
A loss to an unfamiliar foe snapped the Quakers’ winning streak.
Two for two.
In their final home competition, Penn gymnastics seniors bid adieu to the Palestra.
This spring break, Penn men’s lacrosse will be jetting off to beautiful, warm, tropical ... Pennsylvania.
As the snow melted during a 53 degree day in usually frigid Ithaca, Penn was not as hot as the thermometer read.
Fifteen years ago, a young six-year-old Nick Doktor scored a goal in a spring youth lacrosse league. However, he scored from the crease, thus rendering the goal moot, a nuance of the rules that the young player did not really understand at the time. The referees let his mistake slide and Doktor’s goal counted anyway.
Red just wasn’t enough this time around.
While most winter sports begin the season well before the frost hits, one squad began their season with the cold front that just moved in this past weekend.
Out with the old and in with the new.
What went wrong?
It’s all the same. That is, except for the differences.
Country roads are taking Penn men's soccer away from home down to West Virginia.
Unfortunately, close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, not soccer.
In 2008, Barack Obama was elected president for the first time, Michael Phelps won eight gold medals in Beijing, Heath Ledger died, Eliot Spitzer resigned over a prostitution scandal and "No Country for Old Men" won Best Picture at the Oscars.