Now I understand why Michael Jordan retired from basketball only to keep crawling back to the game.
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Though the term “Special Olympics” suggests the athletes in that division would like to be treated differently, nothing could be further from the truth.
After balancing school and athletics for three and a half years, nobody would blame senior football players C.J. Mooney and Dave Twamley for relaxing their last semester.
Neither rain, sleet, snow nor the No. 7 Princeton Tigers could top the Penn men’s lacrosse team on Saturday.
In the 10 days since Penn students have been out of class, Penn men’s lacrosse has faced the grueling challenge of three road games against top-notch opponents.
The advantage of being an underdog is that nobody sees you coming.
Most teams like to open their season against a weaker opponent to gain confidence going into the season.
Last year, it only took three losses for the Quakers to lose the Ivy League title. This year, it has taken just three Ivy games for the Red and Blue to pick up two losses.
NEWARK, N.J. — A win is a win, even if it’s an ugly win.
It’s been 328 days since the Quakers last won away from the Palestra.
If you’ve watched the news over the past few days, you have invariably heard political pundits discuss the fiscal cliff.
After five consecutive losses over the span of eight days, the Penn basketball team will look to rebound in its matchup Wednesday night against Binghamton.
During Penn football practice, the defense is clearly identified in blue jerseys and the offense in white led by the quarterback in red.
Though the Penn men’s basketball team has lost a few stars, the Quakers insist little will change without them.
At a recent practice, assistant coach Ira Bowman blended in perfectly as he stretched with the Penn men’s basketball team.
Most football teams would be unable to recover from injuries to their top two returning receivers.
In sports, we often think of a game in terms of offense and defense.
Though the Quakers are the top team in the Ivy League in terms of red zone offense, they didn’t show it against Yale.
After losing several key seniors following last season, defensive coordinator Ray Priore knew that some of his underclassmen would need to step in to fill their shoes.
This past weekend, sophomore Sol Eskenazi and senior Jules Rodin had the opportunity to test their talents against the best collegiate tennis players in the country.