A little over a week ago, Ivy hockey was once again in the national spotlight.
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In 2013, Penn failed to make the NCAA tournament in basketball, marking the sixth straight year that Penn could not achieve a goal that had been routine until 2008. The entire undergraduate student body does not know what it means to the school to have a successful major winter sports program. In light of Yale’s spectacular national championship this year in Division I Hockey, which coincided with the 35th anniversary of Penn’s decision to eliminate its varsity hockey program, The Daily Pennsylvanian revisited the history of the program and potential for the future. Part One, below, examines the impact of the decision to cancel the program on the coaches and players and looks at what might have been. Tomorrow, Part Two will discuss why Penn has never sought to reinstitute the sport and what it would take to bring Division I hockey back to Penn.
In light of Monday’s tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon, Penn Relays will be stepping up security.
Princeton fans stood up and clapped as junior guard Chris Clement dribbled the clock to zero, clinching the game for the Tigers in an anticlimactic end to Penn’s season.
Columbia didn’t make a single basket in the final 15 minutes and 18 seconds on Saturday and still outscored Penn, 17-16, during that span.
ITHACA, N.Y. — Starting and finishing have not been synonymous for Penn men’s basketball this season.
With 10 minutes left in the second half, the tides changed for the Red and Blue.
In dramatic fashion, the Quakers finally got the finish they were looking for.
The Quakers will be feeling close to home Wednesday night — and not just because they are only heading over to North Broad.
A football team can be full of talent, but if it doesn’t have a good offensive line, it’s not going to make it far down the field.
The Quakers learned the hard way Saturday night that playing from behind is always a dangerous game.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — It was not the finale the Quakers were hoping for as the NIT Season Tip-Off tournament drew to a close.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — As the clock hit triple zeros and Miles Cartwright’s last-second three-point attempt fell short, the Quakers experienced an all too familiar result.
The Penn men’s basketball team had a lot to prove on the court in Friday night’s season opener at the Palestra.
It’s no surprise graduated Quakers have continued their professional playing careers abroad. None have yet realized their dreams of an NBA career, but they are all doing what they love to do the most.
Professor Nakia Rimmer might be a familiar face on campus.
With Saturday’s game against Princeton looming, the Penn football team has a lot of preparing to do. Both teams are vying for the win to stay alive in the race for the Ivy title. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with coach Al Bagnoli to run through some topics and events that affect the matchup and the team itself.
When the Quakers take on Yale Saturday in New Haven, Conn., it will face a much different team than it encountered a year ago.
After months of quiet recruiting, Penn men’s basketball picked up two players for its Class of 2017 this weekend.
Just get three points.