This season, there will be no Duke. No UCLA, no Kentucky, no UNC.
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. —
For the first time in program history, Penn women’s tennis is sending a doubles team to the main draw of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-American Championships.
It wasn’t a statement victory, but it was a victory nonetheless.
After years of potential recruits being told Penn’s field hockey team would have a new field and years of delayed projects and letdowns, the Quakers are finally getting what they’ve been promised.
Penn’s women’s golf team teed of the season this weekend with a 54-hole tournament at Yale. Out of 16 teams, the Quakers took 11th.
They came to Penn from different paths — one a baseball state champion, one a track captain and another fresh off a two-year church mission in Madagascar. Through their differences, they had one thing in common: a knack for powerhouse, run-it-down-their-throat, downhill, smash-mouth football.
If you ever find yourself with an extra 30 minutes, I have just one piece of advice for you: Head down to Shoemaker Green, and just take it in.
A year and a half ago, I documented the plight of the Penn field hockey team.
This Fourth of July, instead of enjoying a block party barbecue, a day on the beach or a Roots concert and fireworks on the Ben Franklin Parkway, my friends and I took a trip to Atlantic City. Maybe we could have enjoyed all of those things, but instead we spent the day gambling at our hotel casino.
Last season, the Penn football team set out on a ‘Watch the Throne’ tour.
Sometimes swimmers peak at just the right time, and former Penn captain and All-American Brendan McHugh did just that.
Graduating senior tight end Luke Nawrocki is barely going to make his commencement ceremony on Monday morning.
The Penn women’s lacrosse team was on a mission Saturday.
Penn football’s Class of 2013 certainly does not suffer from a lack of talent.
Four Penn football seniors showed off their skills Wednesday afternoon to several professional scouts.
There are very few ways to better finish a collegiate career than being named an All-American.
Senior Brendan McHugh is doing what only one other Penn men’s swimmer has ever done before.
For four years, Zack Rosen was all about team.
Before last week’s game against Quinnipiac, coach Jerome Allen said this postseason tournament was a continuation of the 2011-12 Penn basketball season.