Dear Princetonian children, I hope this letter finds you well from the sacred and noble University of Pennsylvania. Our president, Ms. Amy Gutmann, left your school back in 2004 to pursue a career at what she decisively determined to be the nation’s superior institution, so I hope you will forgive my condescending nature towards you folks — perfectly intelligent tenants of a top-50 university yourselves.
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Sports Reporter Matt Fine:
As the fall sports season draws closer by the day, the DP sports editorial staff took some time to sit down and debate: Which fall squad will be the most improved in 2015?
Still In Virginia; 8:00 pm: Penn baseball dropped its second game of the doubleheader as well. We are currently in transit back to Pennsylvania. Stay tuned for further coverage on baseball, other sports and other aspects of the trip tomorrow. Until then, keep it real.
Back in the fall, Penn basketball was ranked second in the Ivy League Preseason Media Poll, two spots ahead of Princeton.
Fran Dougherty is back, Darien Nelson-Henry has a year of experience under his belt, and Henry Brooks is still shooting jumpers from the top of the key. Welcome to the Penn frontcourt of 2013-14! What can we expect from them this year? Our roundtable debates.
Find out where Penn’s athletic teams will be competing over spring break.
In a league that has quickly become characterized by existential crisis-inducing mediocrity, one team has stood out: Harvard. Click on the interactive teams’ logos to read about their performance and see their historical rankings.
It was a warm September morning.
It’s a semesterly tradition for The Daily Pennsylvanian’s Sports Editors to check in with Steve Bilsky and discuss the state of Penn athletics, as well as other issues that have been raised throughout the semester. We spoke last week, and topics ranged from “The Line” to student spirit and beyond.
Each semester, The Daily Pennsylvanian’s sports editors sit down with Athletic Director Steve Bilsky to talk all things Penn sports. With the football season just underway, we touched on everything from the post-season to pre-game drinking.
Intramural basketball playoff scores: March 21-24
Intramural Soccer Results from Thursday 3/17
Intramural Basketball Scores for the week of 3/14
Penn closes out the season against rival Princeton, looking to end the Tigers' season as well. A Quakers win would push Penn over .500 in the Ivy League for the first time since 2006-07 and bar Princeton from sharing the Ivy League title with Harvard. The Tigers are looking to extend their season at least one more game — a win would force a one-game playoff against Harvard for the League's NCAA berth. The stakes are high, so follow along below:
Intramural Basketball Scores for the week of 2/28
Coach Keller 36, Moelis 47
Hill Fours 34, Bassrunners 27
Okay, Princetonians. We’re willing to make two concessions: 1) Your gym looks like a spaceship. 2) We’re both better than Cornell.