This was a great year for Penn women’s sports. Am I right, ladies? Am I right?
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Dau Jok knows that if it weren’t for basketball, he probably wouldn’t be at Penn.
If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.
The 2013 NFL Draft came and went, and though three Ivy League players were selected, no Penn players went. But it didn’t take much time past pick No. 254 for the Baltimore Ravens to call up senior DE/OLB Brandon Copeland to sign him as a free agent.
Overtime? No problem.
It’s a Tuesday afternoon, and former Penn football defensive end Brandon Copeland is catching passes from junior quarterback Ryan Becker on the turf of the Quakers’ softball field at Penn Park.
Lucy Ferguson wants to play.
The Penn women’s lacrosse team lost its first game of the season to Drexel on Saturday, and the Quakers aren’t happy about it.
The Penn women’s lacrosse team may not have all the kinks worked out, but the Quakers are ready to go for Saturday’s season opener against Drexel.
With 16:40 remaining on the clock last Saturday against Cornell, Fran Dougherty went up for a layup.
Yesterday we reported that a highly reputable source told the Daily Pennsylvanian that Miles Cartwright, Henry Brooks, Tony Hicks, Darien Nelson-Henry and Steve Rennard were all suspended for Penn basketball’s game at Delaware on Dec. 21 after failing random drug tests. Now the Daily Pennsylvanian is hearing from various sources that alcohol may have played a role in the suspensions. Our original sources, though, maintain that positive drug tests triggered the suspensions.
A highly reputable source has told the Daily Pennsylvanian that Miles Cartwright, Henry Brooks, Tony Hicks, Darien Nelson-Henry and Steve Rennard were all suspended for Penn basketball’s game at Delaware on Dec. 21 after failing random drug tests. The official word after the game was that these five players were suspended for violating team rules, which Penn coach Jerome Allen did not elaborate on in his postgame press conference.
The Penn men’s basketball team is on life support, and there’s no sign the Quakers are getting relief any time soon.
On a Saturday night during formals and finals season — and on national television — the Palestra was a circus.
When Darien Nelson-Henry committed to Penn, he knew he’d be playing for a defensive-minded coach.
Binghamton is not a standout basketball squad. No, not even close.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — When junior forward Fran Dougherty says he’s not worried about the five losses in Penn’s record, believe him.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — By this point in Jerome Allen’s coaching career, it should come as no surprise that he wants his team to be known as a defensive one.
If the Penn women’s basketball team can compete with ACC powerhouse Virginia, it can compete with anyone it faces in Big 5 or Ivy play.
When the Penn women’s basketball team suits up Friday for its season opener at Norfolk State, one notable player will be missing.