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Before they were Quakers, they competed on the world’s biggest stages.
The Ancient Eight is beginning to heat up.
And they’re off!
A win is a win.
Step number one: beat Harvard.
Former Penn men's basketball forward Conor Turley certainly left his mark during his tenure with the Quakers. But his legacy didn't end with his final game at the Palestra.
Penn men’s basketball has been on a streak recently, and not the good kind.
Coming off big wins against Stockton, where the Quakers surpassed 100 points, and Delaware State, Penn will face Atlantic Coast Conference standout Miami (Fla.) at home on Tuesday.
Despite the disappointing end to the season, many Penn football players earned postseason individual accolades after standing out on the gridiron this season.
Paradise doesn’t necessarily imply a vacation.
On to the next one.
That's how you keep the momentum going.
All it took was patience.
Age is but a number — just ask the Penn volleyball freshmen.
As Penn football prepares to face the Ivy League after losing its best player in current Tampa Bay receiver Justin Watson, the other members of the Ancient Eight either hope to maintain current glory or resurge after disappointing seasons. Following Yale’s championship triumph in 2017, it's time to look ahead and see how the Ivy landscape will shape up this season.
There were a lot of firsts for Penn volleyball this weekend.
Talk about a turn of events.
For Penn baseball, it’s more than just a game.
It is easy to forget — given Penn men’s basketball recent ascension to Ivy League champs and March Madness — that a number of other teams are in the thick of their seasons right now, battling for similar glory.