The 2014 Penn Relays had everything you could ask for: dramatic finishes, record setting performances and a number of impressive victories by the hosts.
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The stakes are rising for Penn women’s lacrosse.
In search of a signature nonconference win against No. 6 Northwestern, No. 11 Penn women’s lacrosse encountered a painfully familiar result.
Penn baseball is heating up at just the right time.
Austin Bossart is hoping the fourth time’s a charm.
After falling victim to old habits in the early minutes, Penn rebounded and indicated that it may have a new trick up its sleeves: holding on to its lead against a tough opponent.
After hanging tough with No. 5 Villanova on Saturday, Penn basketball will look to take down Monmouth as the young squad continues its five-game home stand.
0-3 sure doesn’t look good. But give these Quakers some credit.
An inspired, honest effort.
While Saturday will be all about Al Bagnoli, who will be coaching for the last time at Franklin field, the coach on the opposite sideline deserves his fair share of recognition. Tim Murphy, head coach of Harvard, comes into Saturday’s matchup leading an undefeated Crimson squad and seeking his eighth Ivy League Title. We sat down with Murphy to talk both sides of the ball, going undefeated deep into the season and his last matchup with Al Bagnoli.
With disappointment swirling around Penn football and its conference record, the squad has upset on its collective mind.
Alex Tirapelle, the new leader of Penn’s wrestling, won’t be turning any heads with his style of coaching.
After a difficult start to the season, Penn football coach Al Bagnoli stressed the need for his team to get back to the fundamentals.
Penn football can breathe a little easier now.
Penn football enters this weekend’s game against No. 18 Fordham in an unfamiliar and uneasy state.
It was a long time coming.
Penn football’s season is set to lift off this weekend in Jacksonville, and while all the attention will be on whether new starting quarterback Alek Torgersen can lead a bounce-back campaign for the Quakers, the tireless efforts of the program’s operational staff to make the trip a possibility will go more or less unrecognized.
After a solid opening weekend at Vagelos Field, Penn field hockey will look to use two more nonconference games to shape into form ahead of Ivy play.
The follow-up to a thrilling campaign that fell just short of an Ivy League title begins Friday for Penn field hockey, which will face Lehigh at Ellen Vagelos field.
Penn field hockey may have lost a lot of talent over the summer, but with senior attack Emily Corcoran returning, the Quakers still have hope to compete for an Ivy League championship.