In the span of a year, Penn football has seen a sea of changes.
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After 20 years at the helm of Penn football, it’s safe to say Al Bagnoli has learned a lot.
Each year, Penn basketball players get a taste of their newest incoming class by playing against or alongside the freshmen in Philadelphia summer leagues.
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The first time Wharton junior and Penn basketball guard Rob Belcore visited Baby Blue’s Barbeque on 34th and Sansom streets, he was with his teammate Zack Rosen and former Temple coach John Chaney.
After Quakers football captain Owen Thomas committed suicide last April, his Penn family attended the viewing and funeral, took finals and parted ways for the summer.
No football team has ever won three-straight Ivy League championships, but juniors Luke Nawrocki, Erik Rask and Greg Van Roten will attempt to lead their squad to the record books next fall.
After New York Mets pitcher Chris Young earned his first win in his new uniform against the Philadelphia Phillies, the 6-foot-10 Princeton graduate sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to chat about all things baseball, basketball and Penn-Princeton.
In preparation for last weekend’s tournament at Monmouth, the Penn field hockey team spent two days practicing on the AstroTurf fields at Drexel.
It was a busy weekend for the Penn softball team.
With three singles matches remaining against defending Ivy champion Princeton, the Quakers held a 3-1 lead.
After a three-year drought, the Quakers beat George Washington Saturday on the Potomac River and took back the McCausland Cup.
Some nights, the shots fall.
Penn men’s basketball has dug itself out of so many double-digit holes that it almost seems like early deficits and late comebacks are inevitable.
Remember the time it seemed the fog had lifted?
With the announcement of the 2011-12 Penn football schedule, the path to the Quakers’ third-consecutive Ivy League championship has been laid.
With barely two minutes remaining in a January 1971 game against visiting archrival Princeton, the Pennsylvania men’s basketball team found itself in a seven-point hole.
Saturday night at the Palestra, the old adage rang loud and clear: defense wins games.
While the Penn gymnastics team finished seventh out of a seven-team field at Sunday’s Lindsey Ferris Invitational, the day did not conclude without some positives.