February is officially over, and March Madness is quickly approaching. But for the members of the Ancient Eight, they must first survive Ivy Madness if they want to make it to the Big Dance.
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For all of the 33 varsity teams at Penn, there are only two people in the Penn Athletics marketing office responsible for attracting fans to attend sporting events: Denise Fitzpatrick and Emily Jakimowicz.
It seemed all too familiar for the Quakers. But not this time.
For the first time this season, the Quakers could not protect their first half lead.
Liz Satter is one of the most impactful members of Penn women’s basketball. However, the senior hasn't played a minute since her freshman year.
Ivy Weekends are now in full force, and the Quakers are ready.
Defense may win championships, but you need offense to get there.
It’s easy to overlook squash coaches Gilly Lane and Jack Wyant.
It’s a big week for Penn basketball – both the men's and women's teams will face rival Princeton with much at stake. The men will travel to Jadwin Gym to avenge a bitter loss against the Tigers from less than a week ago. The women will begin Ivy League play on Saturday at the Palestra with an early lead in the conference standings at stake. As both games are expected to be close, hard-fought battles, here are the keys for Penn victories.
Another week, another dominant performance for the Quakers.
Penn men's squash is a serious national championship contender — in large part due to the phenomenal play of junior standout Andrew Douglas.
Why not two in a row?
Desperate for an Ivy win, the Quakers are primed for their first victory in conference play.
It’s fourth and goal from the opponent’s one-yard line. On one hand, a field goal would extend the lead, but it would remain a one-possession game. On the flip side, a touchdown would make it a two-possession game. The decision is put in your hands. What are you going to do?
Karekin Brooks carried the load once again.
A year ago, Laquan McKever was playing cornerback, filling in for injured starters, with an occasional kickoff return. Now, the sophomore running back has become the face of Penn sprint football in the midst of a breakout season.
The Quakers have their eyes set on their first win.
A hard-fought game, but another tough result against the Black Knights.
Running back Jake Klaus? Graduated. Wide receiver Aiden Kelly? Graduated. Brendan McCaffrey? He's back and ready to pick up where he left off.
Football is almost back for the Red and Blue.