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This past Saturday, The Daily Pennsylvanian made a post to our DPolitics blog detailing an encounter between Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio and a staffer of fellow candidate Ted Cruz, in which Rubio comments on a book that the staffer was reading.
Two days ago, four Daily Pennsylvanian staffers landed in Iowa to cover the nation’s first election of the 2016 presidential race. Throughout February, we will send seven staffers to cover primaries in New Hampshire and South Carolina, respectively. Starting Monday, all of our coverage on the campaign trail and about the election will be housed on one central blog, called DPolitics.
Penn basketball has a busy schedule slated for this winter break, with five games in total. But if you’re reading the team’s upcoming schedule, you may need to do a double-take at one matchup in particular.
For all of its accomplishments this year, and there were many — earning a share of the Ivy title, finishing the season on a six-game winning streak, garnering 11 All-Ivy award winners — Penn football was not the most successful team on campus this year.
As Penn men’s and women’s swimming showed over the weekend, sometimes, when David gets matched up against Goliath, Goliath wins.
Penn Athletics saw its fair share of improvement this past fall. After finishing in the bottom half of the Ivies last year, Penn football won a share of the Ancient Eight title, while Penn men’s cross country had possibly its best season in program history.
With Penn football’s Ivy title-clinching victory two weekends ago, Penn Athletics wrapped up a surprisingly successful fall season. And now, the program has the hardware to show for it.
On Saturday, Penn football clinched its 17th Ivy title at Franklin Field with a 34-21 win over Cornell. Here is how the game went down, through the eyes of a reporter.
With less than a minute remaining on the clocks at the Palestra on Friday, Penn basketball looked like it was going to continue the trend it had established the previous two seasons: losing in its season opener.
A lot has changed since Steve Donahue last coached for Penn basketball.
When Michael Hamann got out of the pool, he knew something was wrong.
Heading into its Ivy championship meet at Heptagonals this weekend, Penn cross country looks better than it has in a long time — maybe better than ever.
Penn football found itself in an unfamiliar spot on Friday night. And no, that spot isn’t only the winner’s column.
This season, Ashley Montgomery has made it look easy.
In a roundtable last week, we discussed who was the MVP of Penn Athletics thus far. Unsurprisingly, no freshmen came up in the conversation. However, when the end of year awards roll around for just about every athletic league, MVP and Rookie of the Year are mentioned in close to the same breath.
In the weeks leading up to Penn football’s upcoming matchup against Columbia, the game has been framed in countless ways.
So here we are.
For the past three years, Penn cross country has shown consistent signs of improvement but has been unable, as of yet, to put it all together. This year, though, the Quakers are coming temptingly close to doing just that.
Penn football’s recent upset victory over Villanova — the program’s first in more than 100 years — has sent tremors throughout the Penn Athletics community. Unfortunately, none of us at DP Sports were bold enough to predict the incredible result. So with one major opportunity having already passed us by, it’s time for redemption. What are our bold predictions for the rest of the fall season?