After the final buzzer had sounded, the fans had stormed the court, and each player had cut off a piece of their own net, senior point guard Darnell Foreman climbed up the ladder in the east end of the Palestra one more time. He hoisted himself on top of the hoop and unleashed a cheer while swinging the remainder of the championship net high above his head.
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After guiding Penn men's basketball back to title contention, Darnell Foreman won't stop working now
If a single ball is heard bouncing in the Palestra, chances are that senior guard Darnell Foreman is getting his early workout in. In fact, he’s probably already been there for an hour or two.
For the second straight night, Penn took care of business at the Palestra, marching to a 59-50 win over Yale.
Penn men's basketball shot out of the gates Wednesday night at the Palestra to beat Navy, 66-45, and collect its first win of the young season.
The seniors on Penn men’s basketball have faced their fair share of adversity during their four years in University City. Losing records, a coaching change and transfers are not easy hurdles to clear. But three years later, senior point guard Darnell Foreman and the rest of the class of 2018 lead a team that is a legitimate contender in the Ivy League.
The team. The team. The Team.
On the first day of Penn football's preseason camp his freshman year, Brandon Mills got the nickname ‘Dad’ from a veteran teammate. At the time, the name was just a joke on his stature and beard. But as the name caught on, it quickly became evident that the senior linebacker was also a hard hitter with an inspiring work ethic.
During its back-to-back Ivy League title campaigns, Penn football had an answer for nearly every opponent in its path. But the Quakers couldn't solve the Lehigh Mountain Hawks.
There’s plenty of ways for an offense to drive down a field. But for Penn, the most reliable ones all end with the ball in Justin Watson’s hands.
Penn quarterback and NFL Draft hopeful Alek Torgersen continues to grind ahead of biggest weekend of life
If an entire career can be boiled down to just one game, then for Alek Torgersen, look no further than November 7th, 2015.
The sun was shining down on Franklin Field on Sunday afternoon for Penn football’s annual intersquad spring game. Unlike most traditional Division I spring games, the Quakers don’t keep score, but rather simulate realistic in-game situations with full contact and referees.
In every previous season, Senior Night was the final game that the fourth-year players on Penn men’s basketball would play in the Palestra. This year, with the inaugural Ivy League tournament on the horizon and Penn tied with Columbia for the final berth in the field, there could be more basketball yet to play at the Cathedral of Basketball. Thus, accepting that this weekend is his goodbye to the home crowd is not even on senior forward Matt Howard’s radar.
The floodgates have finally opened.
Matt Howard has solved Penn men's basketball’s finishing problem.
Terrell Owens is hands down one of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history. Yet, for the second straight year, he has failed to be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The fact that less than the 80 percent of the 48-person selection committee voted to induct him yet again is a joke.
The Quakers were in jeopardy of finishing Big 5 play at 0-4 when they traveled across town to play La Salle last Wednesday. But behind freshman forward AJ Brodeur’s 35 points, the Red and Blue grinded out a 77-74 win over the Explorers to finish 1-3 in the Philadelphia mini-conference instead.
On Saturday afternoon in St. Petersburg, Fla., Penn senior quarterback Alek Torgersen will continue his quest towards becoming an NFL quarterback when he competes in the prestigious East-West shrine game against other prospects.
Caleb Wood is adjusting nicely to life with Penn basketball.
Tonight, the most important — and divisive — election of our lives is finally coming to close.
If at the beginning of the 2015 season you had told the members of Penn wrestling that they would have an All-American wrestler, no one would have blinked. Then-senior Lorenzo Thomas, after all, had already earned the elite title at 184 pounds in 2014, when he finished sixth in the nation.