The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Ben Bedard of Penn men’s lacrosse 15 questions about his time with the team, his experience at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the senior midfielder had to say.
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Saturday was a hard-fought day for Penn men's rowing on the Schuylkill River, as they faced off against local competition for the second time thus far this season.
It’s undeniably challenging to balance the needed time commitments as a student-athlete at Penn. It’s certainly difficult to devote time to hobbies outside of the classroom and off the field.
It’s not every day that you see a Penn alumnus have the opportunity to play in an NFL game — let alone to win a Super Bowl.
For one of the most accomplished athletic programs in University history, the story of Penn men's soccer nearly ended before it even started. We delve into the history of the program and the principles set by its founders over a century ago.
Growing up playing two sports presented a difficult choice for Penn women’s basketball freshman Michaela Stanfield as she entered her freshman year of high school.
Regardless of the level of competition, any great team you come across will be led by a great coach. Within the first three years after the creation of Penn women’s basketball, the Quakers played without a coach entirely.
Just over a decade ago, Penn baseball’s Kevin Eaise faced the unthinkable. Now, Eaise is nearly halfway through his junior year, looking ahead to his third season of Division I baseball.
John Outland first stepped on Franklin Field just two years after it was built. Nearly 125 years after his final snap on Franklin Field, Outland’s legacy still is one of the most remarkable to touch Penn football.
It has certainly been an offseason like no other for one of the most prolific freshmen to grace Penn women’s basketball.