From the moment he opened The Daily Pennsylvanian upon visiting Penn's campus for the first time, Ken Rosenthal knew he had found the launching pad for his budding career in sports journalism.
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With its back against the wall, the Penn women's tennis team got the job done. The defending Ivy League champions emerged triumphant from both of its Ivy conference showdowns this weekend, beating Harvard 6-1 and Dartmouth 5-2 to stay alive in their title defense.
While most of his peers were playing little league baseball and Pop Warner football, senior Ben Nace was focusing on a more unorthodox athletic pursuit - becoming a world-class rower.
It has been a painful month for the men's tennis team - in more ways than one.
Things are about to get a little tougher for the men's tennis team.
There were no surprises this weekend for the men's tennis team.
For the two Penn squash programs, it was a weekend of exhilarating highs and humbling lows.
After last week's cakewalk, tonight's match could be a rude awakening for the men's squash team.
After what the men's squash team endured last Friday, tonight's match should be a breeze.
The men's squash team couldn't have scripted a better way to kick off the new semester.
When it comes to athletic achievements at Penn, few can top Mark DeRosa. In just two years at starting quarterback he became the fourth-leading passer in Quakers history.
How badly do they want it?
By Brian Finkel
Penn men's soccer coach Rudy Fuller knows things have to get better - and fast.
While you would be hard-pressed to call the Penn women's soccer squad a group of grizzled veterans, they're hardly the new kids on the block.
For Penn women's tennis coach Mike Dowd, things are simply going according to plan.
Two loss columns read zero at the end of the weekend.
Bring on the Tigers.
Matt Valenti is hoping for history to repeat itself.
After this spring break, coach Michael Dowd may want to consider playing all of Penn's future games in San Diego.