It’s no secret around the DP office that I beat the crap out of two pinatas in my year as a sports editor — one out of anger and one out of celebration.
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It’s not uncommon these days for a national powerhouse to scuffle with the NCAA, with the universities often coming out tarnished.
When Penn’s five starters stepped on the floor against Princeton Saturday night, it was impossible not to notice how small the Quakers looked compared to their Ivy foes.
It was the same old story for the Penn basketball team Saturday, as the Quakers’ sixth-straight loss could yet again be blamed on sloppy turnovers.
For four years wearing the Red and Blue, Rob Belcore planned on using college as a launching pad for a professional basketball career in Europe.
Unlike two years ago, when the Penn men’s basketball team lost to Drexel by 21 points, this season’s Battle for 33rd Street was just that: a hard-fought, down-to-the-wire battle.
There is a time to lead and a time to follow.
Ticket line at Palestra turns chaotic: Several injured in ‘near riot.’
As the clock ticked away Saturday at Franklin Field, the Quakers’ 15-year winning streak over Columbia appeared to be on its death bed.
Here at Penn, athletic traditions have come and gone.
If history is any indication, the Quakers will have a tough test to open the Ivy League season.
Unlike last weekend’s loss at Lafayette, the outcome of the football game Saturday wasn’t the result of the Quakers’ inability to execute plays.
Though Lafayette isn’t part of the Ancient Eight, the Penn football team knows its opponent about as well as any Ivy foe.
For five years, the Penn football program has encouraged members of the community to “Be the Match,” as part of the National Marrow Donor Program.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A political Disney World.
The men’s basketball team had a lot of empty space on its bench this summer after all three of its assistant coaches left to pursue other opportunities.
The Penn women’s lacrosse team scored the first goal in its first-round NCAA tournament game Sunday at No. 6-seed Loyola (MD).
The Penn women’s lacrosse team was in complete control early in the championship game of the Ivy League tournament Sunday.
The ‘young’ women’s lacrosse team looked like old pros at Penn Park Friday night.
The Penn men’s lacrosse team’s slim Ivy League playoff hopes came to an end Saturday in Hanover, N.H., as they lost to Dartmouth, 7-6.