As most Penn students celebrate the final day of classes, the majority of people on campus remain aware of the fact that something (read: finals) lurks on the horizon. For five of Penn Athletics’ teams, in addition to dealing with exams, the quest for an Ivy League title remains alive over the course of the next few weeks. As the baseball, softball, men’s and women’s track and field and women’s lacrosse squads attempt to survive and advance, our editors debate which team has the best shot at securing the Quakers’ third Ivy championship this year.
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Jerome Allen is coaching his final game in his old varsity sweater, taking on Princeton at the Palestra. Can the Quakers give Allen a third straight win to go out on? Follow our liveblog to find out.
Penn women's basketball takes on undefeated Princeton in a regular season ending matchup at the Palestra. 29-0 Princeton looks to take down Penn to go undefeated into the NCAA Tournament while Penn looks to add a signature win to its resume.
Join us as we bring you live coverage of Penn basketball's matchup with Cornell tonight, right on the heels of breaking news that Quakers' head coach Jerome Allen will be fired at season's end. Follow here:
There are only three games left in Penn basketball's season, and it hasn't been pretty for the Quakers. Join us as the Red and Blue try to avoid their first ever 8th-place finish in Ivy play starting tonight against Columbia:
Although it may be hard to believe and the weather still seems a little too cold, Penn men’s lacrosse is less than three days away from its season opener. Coming off an incredibly successful season, one in which the veteran-laden squad soared to an Ivy League title, the Quakers have high expectations. Despite returning eight of their top 10 scorers from 2014, an Ivy repeat is by no means guaranteed,. With that in mind, we break down the biggest obstacle Penn will confront as it tries to return to the NCAA Tournament.
Ugonna Onyekwe had one of the most illustrious careers in Penn basketball history and was a leading star on the last Red and Blue squad to capture the Big 5 title.
If Columbia basketball had hopes of building off its successful 2013-14 campaign in order to compete with Harvard for the Ivy title, the task has suddenly become much more difficult.
The season is just on its way for Penn football. Come in live to Jacksonville as we bring you the actionLive Blog Penn football vs. Jacksonville
Can Penn football take down Jacksonville? Our editors debate