Welcome back to Quaker Nation! Penn's fall teams are in full swing, and we'll be here all semester with the latest news, analysis, and debate regarding all aspects of the Quaker sports scene. For this week's episode, host Sean McKeown is joined by DP Sports Editor Caleb Crain and Deputy Sports Editor Walker Carnathan to predict Penn football's record this year. In 2022, the Quakers improved from 3-7 to 8-2, but are they ready to take the next step and win the program's first Ivy League title since 2016? Listen here to find out.
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Penn Police and Fire, as well as the Philadelphia Fire Department, were monitoring the scene this morning, but no students were physically injured.
On this week's episode of Quaker Nation, host Sean McKeown talks with DP Deputy Sports Editor Walker Carnathan, and DP Sports Reporter Nethra Wickramasinghe about a lawsuit seeking to compel the Ivy League to provide athletic scholarships. The Ivy League is one of the few conferences prohibiting schools from giving out scholarships, a belief steeped in tradition. Carnathan and Wickramasinghe offer unique perspectives to this important national story.
On this week's episode, Sean sits down with Walker Carnathan and Caleb Crain to discuss Princeton making the Sweet 16 of March Madness, what it means for the Ivy League, and how far ahead of Penn the Tigers are. Then, DP Sports reporters chime in with all the latest updates from an exciting week in Penn sports.
NBA head coach and Wharton alum Taylor Jenkins speaks to Wharton junior Andrew Lopez at an event hosted by the Wharton Undergraduate Sports Business club on Feb. 22.
In last week's edition of Quaker Nation, host Sean McKeown sits down with DP Sports Editor Caleb Crain to discuss an exciting doubleheader weekend in Penn men's basketball, and Sean's reaction to the Eagles' loss in Super Bowl LVII as a lifelong Philadelphia sports fan. Plus: DP Sports Associates Vivian Yao and Griffin Bond, as well as Deputy Sports Editor Walker Carnathan, chime in with their reactions to other happenings in Penn sports, including on women's squash and women's basketball.