After Penn baseball’s best season in 10 years, the Quakers had their best draft in program history this summer. June 14, four members of the Red and Blue were selected in the MLB amateur draft — besting 2003 for the Quakers’ most selections in a single draft.
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Penn wrestling coach Alex Tirapelle has tendered his resignation, Penn Athletics announced Wednesday morning.
There’s no stopping it. Your final game might end in heartbreak. It might end with injury. It might even be for an Ivy title.
After spending more than a year writing a thesis on Farewell Addresses, I would have figured I’d have some idea how to say goodbye. But, like so many times these last four (really, 22) years, I’d be dead wrong. Instead, I’ll just say thanks.
BOSTON — It wasn’t the end result they wanted, but things ended on a good note nonetheless.
When the Quakers visited the Explorers, they were searching for their first Big 5 win of the season. They need to look no longer.
Sometimes the start can decide the whole ballgame.
LOS ANGELES — There comes a point in between semesters where you need a break from winter break. That’s just what Penn women’s basketball got with a five-day working vacation in California this past week.
LOS ANGELES — The team that came to California was not going to defend its Ivy title. It isn’t just that Penn women’s basketball hadn’t been playing well — though that was certainly the case. The team just wasn’t built for the haul of Ancient Eight play.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — In the City of Angels, a star was born.
After Penn and Princeton split the Ivy League football title this year, they had one final competition against one another: the Asa S. Bushnell Cup. Awarded to the Ivy League’s top offensive and defensive players annually, the 2016 finalists for Offensive Player of the Year were none other than the Tigers’ John Lovett and Penn’s Justin Watson.
If you have the best season in a program’s 87-year existence and no one even notices, did it really happen?
PHILADELPHIA — There’s something about Penn-Temple basketball. No matter how good or bad the teams are, you can always count on it being just about the best non-conference game featuring the Quakers all year. Saturday was no exception.
It just keeps getting better.
Penn swimming and diving has hit the ground running. Figuratively, at least.
Nick Buchta, Senior Sports Editor:
Death, taxes, and Penn women’s basketball having trouble with Saint Joe’s.
It may have taken four years and 30 games, but Alek Torgersen finally has his second weekly award.
In with a win, out with a win.