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Here's who transferred out of Penn football after the 2022 season

(09/13/23 11:48pm)

Penn football is set to start its season off strong with a roster sporting several fresh faces. While many prospective new players seek to start their journey as Quakers, the team is noticeably missing some familiar faces. The new season saw the departure of five former Quakers; former seniors Trevor Radosevich, Jake Heimlicher, Garrett Morris and Rory Starkey transferred to use their last year of paying eligibility at Cincinnati, UCLA, and Samford, respectively. Former sophomore Trevor Mayberry also made the decision to transfer to the West Coast and will be sporting Stanford’s colors this fall. 


Rising junior Gus Larson of Penn men's basketball announces transfer to UC Berkeley

(06/15/23 3:22am)

At the end of May, former Penn men's basketball forward/center Gus Larson announced his decision to transfer to UC Berkeley. Larson's departure makes him the third men’s basketball player to transfer this year, following in the footsteps of former teammates Lucas Monroe and Jordan Dingle — both of whom recently announced their decisions to transfer to Drexel and St. John’s, respectively. 


Men's Breakthrough Athlete of the Year: Stas Korzeniowski

(04/27/23 5:34am)

Men’s soccer sophomore forward Stas Korzeniowski undoubtedly takes home the Male Breakthrough Athlete of the Year title after displaying an impressive level of play during his second season with the program. Korzeniowski started in all 18 matches in 2022 and was named Ivy League Player of the Week after a three-goal, seven-point performance against Colgate on Sept. 11 — the programs first hat trick since 2017. 







With one regular season game left, Lucas Monroe reflects on his time with Penn men's basketball

(02/28/23 6:30am)

It’s easy to see why senior guard Lucas Monroe is a team captain for Penn men's basketball. With a confidence that can only stem from years of practice and a suave maturity, it’s apparent that Monroe captures the attention of whatever setting he’s in — something he’s proved transcends far beyond basketball.