At the tail end of 2010, I was at a crossroads in terms of my commitment to The Daily Pennsylvanian, alongside both Brian Kotloff and Megan Soisson. All three of us had been associate editors and were on track to take the next step and become Sports Editors, but each of us was concerned about the sacrifice we would be making in doing so.
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After winning four of their last five games, the Penn baseball team saw its momentum reversed twice in the same weekend.
For the Penn and Lafayette baseball teams, the start to their respective conference seasons is just over a week away.
When Penn basketball graduates its senior class this May, the program will send off some of the school’s most committed athletes ever.
The atmosphere at the Palestra and the circumstances surrounding Penn’s 74-63 victory over Quinnipiac Wednesday night in the College Basketball Invitational were just bizarre.
As the Penn basketball team warmed up before practice Wednesday, the scene looked the same as usual — point guard Zack Rosen swishing NBA-range three pointers from the top of the perimeter, Rob Belcore lacing up his ankle brace on the baseline and guards Steve Rennard, Miles Cartwright and Camryn Crocker trading shot for shot on the opposite end of the court.
After barely escaping the Palestra with a weekend sweep of Cornell and Columbia, the Quakers have positioned themselves for a huge weekend road trip against Dartmouth on Friday and first-place Harvard on Saturday. Here are some takeaways from former Sports Editor Kevin Esteves that will loom in the coming days:
Talk to point guard Zack Rosen, and he’ll tell you that in Ivy League play, added familiarity between opponents breeds increasingly intense, physical and tactical bouts.
An opening Ivy weekend sweep, a four-point win over St. Joseph’s in front of a packed Palestra and now a 15-point victory over Princeton.
It’s a primetime game no matter which date it falls on, but for the first time since 1995, Penn and Princeton will tip off in regular season play on a day other than Tuesday.
A year ago, Penn’s annual matchup with St. Joseph’s was so much more than a nonconference game against a friendly foe.
NEW YORK — When the Penn basketball team left Levien Gymnasium a year ago after losing to Columbia, the Quakers were at their lowest point of the 2010-11 season.
Be ready when your number is called.
When Zack Rosen launched a wide-open, corner three in the second half against Robert Morris, there was little doubt about what the result would be.
CATONSVILLE, Md., — Matched up against a young and turnover-prone UMBC squad, the men’s basketball team did what it was supposed to do Friday night — relentlessly pressure the ball.
Upon being named interim head coach of Penn basketball in December of 2009, Jerome Allen took all of two hours to send a message.
Penn and Brown’s mudbowl in Providence, R.I., wasn’t the only football game affected by Saturday’s storm.
Decades after dominating the Franklin Field gridiron, Penn football and Philadelphia Eagles legend Chuck Bednarik will be immortalized at the historic stadium.
On Friday, Penn basketball will get a glimpse of its “Sixth Man” — the fans — in action for the first time this season.
Though the men’s soccer team has been blanked in its last two games, its offensive prowess will be a key advantage when Penn heads to New York to play Columbia on Saturday.