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Losing the first-half turnover battle, missing open layups, and two points from a team’s best player at halftime usually doesn’t lead to a win.
Since injuring his knee last year against George Mason, a lot has changed for senior shooting guard Ryan Betley. He received knee surgery, added 15 to 20 pounds of muscle in the offseason, and plans to grad transfer to another school after the season. Additionally, he also changed his jersey number from 21 to 00.
In my final Penn football column, I expected to write about something related to the play on the field, my thoughts on the Penn-Princeton rivalry, or the Quakers' outlook for next season.
On Homecoming Saturday, Penn women’s basketball unveiled its 2019 Ivy League championship banner. Then the Quakers spent the next few hours dominating on the court.
When a star player returns from a devastating injury, coaches and teammates often throw out the old cliché that he’ll return “better than ever.”
After raising over $15 million to renovate the Ringe Squash Courts on Penn’s campus, Penn Athletics received significant pushback from alumni, faculty, and students as a result of their decision to charge country club-level fees to use the squash facility.
“Would you raise money for the library and then charge students to go to the library? When the Pottruck people gave money to the gym, did they think they were going to charge students 20 bucks every time they went to work out?”
Changing player positions and replacing graduating All-Ivy talent are two of the many things Penn football coach Ray Priore and his staff has done to improve the team’s outlook heading into this season. Here are the players to keep an eye on at each position this season.
With many students feeling too busy or ambivalent to attend Penn sporting events, some believe that the Red and Blue will never have as many fans as they deserve.
In turns out receiver Justin Watson is not the only former Penn football player drafted into a professional football league in 2018 — though it's probably not the league you’re thinking of.
Stranded in paradise: Penn men's basketball endures 20 hours of delays on return trip from Virgin Islands
Before complaining about your upcoming holiday season travel, first consult Penn men’s basketball about what a truly terrible travel experience looks like.
Before the season began, many people predicted Penn men’s basketball freshman forward Michael Wang, coach Steve Donahue’s most highly touted recruit, would turn some heads this year, but few predicted the early season dominance of junior guard Devon Goodman.
Despite struggling as a team this season, two Penn volleyball players earned postseason individual accolades.
The competition before the competition: nearly all of Penn wrestling's starting spots are up for grabs
Sometimes coaches say every spot is up for grabs, even if they don’t mean it.
Penn women’s basketball kept it close to start, but it was all Notre Dame after the first quarter, leading to a 75-55 loss to the defending champion Fighting Irish. Despite the blowout defeat, there are many takeaways from the Quakers’ battle against the nation's No. 1 team.
Call it an overreaction. Say it’s only been two games. But after what we've seen, Penn men’s basketball absolutely has the depth to compete for an Ivy League championship, with or without injured junior guard and last season’s leading scorer Ryan Betley.
Nobody does the little things better than Penn women’s basketball guard Ashley Russell.
On a defense loaded with veterans, it was a freshman who made the game clinching play in Penn football’s 13-10 win over Columbia on Saturday.
By now, we've seen enough from each of Penn Athletics' fall teams to judge how they compare to what was expected of them at the beginning of the season.