Let’s check in on Matt Fallon, the sophomore Penn swimmer who’s been crushing the competition at every meet.
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On Jan. 22, five Penn football alumni will represent the Quakers and the Ivy League at the Dream Bowl in Tokyo. They will join nearly 50 other players from the other schools in the Ancient Eight and former Penn coach and current Columbia head coach Al Bagnoli to face off against all-stars from the X League, Japan’s National Football Association.
Following two straight wins, Penn women’s basketball defeated Bucknell 68-62 Tuesday night in overtime for another.
After her electric double-overtime game-winning goal against Dartmouth over the weekend, freshman Livia Loozen is our DP Sports Player of the Week.
With a roster of 18 players heading into the 2022-23 season, the Penn women's basketball team features a variety of backgrounds, spanning seven states in the United States and four countries overall.
Penn football senior defensive back Kendren Smith is our DP Sports Player of the Week after his remarkable performance against Columbia Saturday afternoon, where the Quakers rang victory with a score of 34-14.
After an impressive performance by Penn football over fall break at Georgetown, the Quakers have started to receive recognition from national polls.
Penn football’s Jake Heimlicher is our DP Sports Player of the Week following another impressive showing on Saturday to shut down Lafayette's offense in a 12-0 victory.
Men’s soccer junior midfielder Michael Hewes is our DP Sports Player of the Week following an impressive showing during two weekend contests.
After a difficult season for Penn football in 2021, Dan Swanstrom, the newly hired offensive coordinator, returned to Penn this February and has since worked day in and day out to revitalize a Quaker offense that struggled mightily throughout last year.
With the weather warming up to the crowds of guests, and event schedules growing denser with names of nationally recognizable talents, day two of the Penn Relays invited crowds to more sunny hours of electric competition.
While the rising seniors paraded down Locust Walk for Hey Day festivities, the athletic complex by the Schuylkill mirrored the liveliness on campus. Visitors and competitors from across the country were gathered for day one of the 126th Penn Relays at the historical locus of Penn track and field, and after a three year hiatus, the return was warmly welcomed despite the wind chills.
It’s been three long years since the last Penn Relays, but at long last, they are back.
Penn men’s swimming freshman standout, Matthew Fallon, is missing the USA Swimming International Team Trials, but not for a reason you might expect.
Penn baseball senior shortstop Craig Larsen is our DP Sports Player of the Week because of his impressive showing on the road this weekend against Harvard in Cambridge, Mass.
In the ten years since its founding, the Young Quakers Community Athletic program (YQCA, or YQ) has expanded its reach within Penn Athletics and across West Philadelphia as a whole.
Just days away from the Gymnastics East Conference Championships, Penn's gymnastics team was named regular season champions, leading to it being seeded at No. 1 for the conference championship this weekend.
Following mixed performances in the Penn State Invitational and the Philadelphia Invitational, Penn’s men and women’s fencing teams had to chase success in the Ivy League Round-Robin Championships through the weekend, but fell under expectations.
After an exhilarating weekend in Gymnastics East Conference competition, Penn gymnastics defeated Yale in the Palestra 194.425-194.200, breaking the record for the highest home score in program history.
After a not-so-great season for the Red and Blue, ending in a 3-7 overall (1-6 Ivy) record, it was time for the Penn football team to bring in reinforcements.