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Penn men's soccer advances in NCAA tournament with thrilling 3-0 triumph over Rutgers

(11/18/22 6:39am)

Just days before the World Cup would kick off on the opposite side of the globe, Penn men's soccer demanded attention by nearing its most complete game. The Quakers' conquest of Rutgers in the first round of the NCAA Championship whistled to a 3-0 Red and Blue victory at home, launching them into the second round of the tournament after one of its best outings under coach Brian Gill. 

The Editors' forecast: Penn football 2022

(09/15/22 5:34am)

Matthew Frank: Last season for Penn football was one defined by inconsistency. When the offense would finally break out, the defense would falter. When the defense threw together consecutive stops, the offense wouldn’t be able to make it past a series. More often than not, though, the offense was the stagnant unit, finishing dead last in the Ivy League in points per game. To be fair, Penn was not dealt an easy hand. The Quakers were forced to choose mid-season between an injured, struggling senior quarterback and a freshman who looked promising, but given his age designation, not battle-tested just yet. 

A Philadelphia weekend for Penn men's soccer proves early-season ambition

(09/07/22 4:18am)

Late summer soccer games at Rhodes Field habitually serve vivid stories. Teams grapple with capturing an amorphous early-season tenacity into a precise tool to wield. Less familiar names of the previous few seasons become enthusiastically more frequent on the loudspeakers. The squeaky bleachers and river winds feel less torturous when the weather is kind to both players and the crowd. 

Penn fall sports preview: new names in coaching, early-season optimism, and the pursuit for Ivy League crowns

(08/23/22 3:08am)

In the second full season since the pandemic pause, Penn fall sports are aimed toward results on the page and reaching for conference titles, with teams juggling a unique toolbox of mixed experience in rosters, several new names across the coaching staff, and schedules keen on bringing a challenge. Having a recent past season to note weaknesses and redress them in quick turnaround, this year notes an exciting prospect of tracking progress in each team; whether they wish to forget poor records and begin on a blank slate, or build upon winning momentums of last fall.

A conversation with Joe Miller: former Quaker and Savannah Banana turned Detroit Tigers MLB draft pick

(07/28/22 2:22am)

Within just days of waiting in anxious anticipation ahead of the 2022 MLB draft, then signing his name on the dotted line with the Detroit Tigers, Penn baseball graduate Joe Miller flew out to the Tigers’ spring training complex in Florida with only business on his mind — but not with a dream of sitting behind a heavy desk, dressed in a pressed suit, and being addressed as “general manager.” Rather, he’s suiting up with resolute full-focus to prove that the only place he belongs at the moment is on the mound. 

Associate Head Coach Nat Graham pilots men's basketball as Princeton spoils another Penn senior night

(03/06/22 7:19am)

When associate head coach Nat Graham woke up Saturday morning to a call from head coach Steve Donahue, alerting of his absence for the evening due to COVID-19 protocols, piloting the Quakers against Ivy League leaders Princeton had not at all been in Graham's plans for Penn men's basketball's Senior Night.