Even though Penn football has yet to kick off its season, most of the fall sports are in full swing. It may still be early, but here are three of the teams that have surprised us with their performances thus far.
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Though last year was Mohammed Diakite's breakout season for Penn football, he's expected to be even more impressive this time around.
Penn wrestling will battle for Keystone State supremacy for the next two seasons, as it was announced Wednesday that the Quakers will face off with Penn State in a home-and-home series through the 2020-2021 season.
The fall sports season is just around the corner — the first kickoff features women's soccer on Aug. 30, when the group takes on Stanford in Palo Alto, Calif. With last year's senior leaders gone from campus, the Daily Pennsylvanian Sports editors took a look at which underrated underclassmen are poised for breakout seasons. Here are the three little known players most poised to fill the shoes of departing seniors.
A legend will leave Penn after this year, as it was announced Friday that sprint football coach Bill Wagner will retire after 50 seasons leading the team.
On Wednesday, former Penn football player and current New York Jets linebacker Brandon Copeland was suspended for the first four games of the upcoming NFL season after violating the League's policy on using performance-enhancing substances.
There are plenty of big moments in Penn Athletics history, from the undefeated football team of 1897 to the upset of No. 17 Villanova at the Palestra a year ago. This year brings a fresh slate of big games to Penn's campus — here are five dates Penn sports fans should circle on their calendars this academic year.
Penn men's basketball fans now know the dates and opponents their team will face at the Palestra this season, as the team announced its home schedule earlier Wednesday on Twitter.
After firing almost all of his entire team in early May, Director of Strength and Conditioning Cory Walts revealed the five members of his staff on Tuesday.
Former Penn men's basketball coach Jerome Allen was removed from the Penn Athletics Hall of Fame on Tuesday, just one day after he was sentenced for his role in a year-long admissions bribery scandal. Allen's sentence includes four years of probation, 600 hours of community service, and a fine of $202,000 along with an $18,000 forfeiture to the federal government.
In their quest for revenge, the Quakers came up just short in the Big Apple on Sunday.
Penn men's lacrosse kept rolling on Friday and picked up its tenth consecutive win this season, edging past Brown by a 13-12 score in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament. Despite the tight result, the Quakers still showed they are deserving of their No. 3 national ranking. Here are three takeaways from the Red and Blue's latest win.
Nothing is sweeter than revenge, especially when that revenge comes in the form of an Ivy League Tournament win.
If you’ve ever been to the Penn Relays, you know the animated international crowd is central to the experience.
Maybe the warm spring weather is just what the Quakers needed.
Another year, another strong showing by Penn wrestling at the NCAA Championships.
The season isn't over yet for Penn women's basketball.
She’s Penn women’s basketball’s silent weapon.
M. Grace Calhoun, Penn's director of athletics, was recognized as a NACDA Athletic Director of the Year on Wednesday, marking the first time an official from Penn has earned the distinction.
The Ivy sweep the Quakers were seeking came on Saturday, with Penn men's and women's basketball both scoring much-needed wins over Dartmouth.