In coming up with a concept for this column, I can easily say I rediscovered my deep admiration for the ability of every columnist I ever edited to come up with compelling topics on a regular basis.
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The Quakers took the end of the season by storm — literally.
It wasn’t the end the Quakers were looking for.
If you ask Matt Nardella, he’ll tell you, he hates to lose.
The USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships illustrated the ups and downs of Penn gymnastics.
Before the tennis season began, head coach David Geatz had a prediction for Senior Associate Director of Athletics Tony Vecchione.
One team was going to leave Franklin Field under .500 in Ivy League play. And with a late rally, the Quakers ensured it wouldn’t be them.
No rain could put a damper on this one.
The streak continues.
Some games are decided by just talent; others, by coaching as well.
You’re not the only one who ditched Philly’s cold spell last week — the Penn men’s tennis used Spring Break to head outdoors and into warmer weather as well.
Penn swimming ended the year diving into its best Ivy performance in recent memory.
On Sunday in Providence, the Penn gymnastics team placed third out of four teams at the Ivy Classic for the second straight season.
I’d like to imagine a world where Penn coach Jerome Allen and Harvard coach Tommy Amaker switched jobs for the past two weeks, and then faced each other yesterday.
Penn gymnastics celebrated Valentine’s Day with a little heart both on and off the mat.
There’s a reason defense wins championships.
One of the hardest aspects of gymnastics is getting back up after you fall.
Several small steps off the beam, but one step forward for Penn gymnastics. Over the weekend, there were a number of mixed messages from the Quakers’ gymnastics squad.
Fairfax, V.A. — It might be a new year, but it’s the same ol’ Penn basketball team.
The six newcomers to Penn’s gymnastics team need to hit the vault running.