Penn heavyweight rowing failed to retain the Madeira Cup against Cornell this weekend, placing third in Varsity Eights race and second in the Second Varsity Eights on the Schuylkill River.
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Penn lightweight rowing reclaimed the Callow Cup from Navy over the weekend, winning for the fourth time in five years.
The 125th edition of Penn Relays was yet another historic layer in the rich tapestry of the oldest and largest track competition in the United States.
Penn baseball grinded out a nail-biting victory on Wednesday, wrapping up its final midweek home game of the season in fine form.
Off to its best Ivy League start since 1984, there has been no stopping Penn men’s lacrosse.
Last week, Charlie Dolgenos, a fellow DP staffer, wrote a column on why college athletes should be paid.
Sophomore Eleah Parker and junior AJ Brodeur earned Ivy League Player of the Week honors for carrying their teams through the weekend by scoring career and team-highs respectively.
Saturday was a confusing day for scorekeepers, as Penn men’s lacrosse traveled to State College, Pa. to play in-state rival No. 5 Penn State.
Penn has seen some of the nation's premier black female athletes come through its doors over the last 50 years.
Black History Month, observed during the month of February in the United States, is held annually to honor the accomplishments of black Americans in society.
Freshman guard Bryce Washington picked up his third-straight Ivy Rookie of the Week award after two sizzling back-to-back performances at Brown and Yale this past weekend.
The Aquatic Sports Association of Jamaica has named Penn swimmer Keanan Dols its Male Athlete of the Year.
In the midst of an exciting basketball season, which has seen much success come the way of both the men’s and women’s teams, the accomplishments of athletes of other in-season sports can often go overlooked.
Freshman guard Bryce Washington was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week as well as Big 5 Player of the Week in commendation of his performance in Penn men's basketball's 78-70 win over Saint Joseph’s on Saturday.
Fresh off of winter break, Penn fencing got right down to business in its first meet of the new year at the Penn State Invitational, facing off against four teams in the one-day competition.
The end of an era isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Penn men’s basketball delivered a 49-point victory with a side of free Wahoo's burritos for all of the spectators in attendance on Saturday.
The men had a relatively routine weekend with two lopsided matches, while the women dug deep to grind out three wins in three days.
The Red and Blue bid their six seniors adieu with a cake, jerseys, and at least a share of a shiny Ivy League trophy.
Under the guidance of coach Steven Dolan, Penn cross country seems to be taking a gauged but determined approach to this weekend’s Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.