Mark Twain wrote that familiarity breeds contempt, but the Penn men’s and women’s cross country teams disagree.
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The Ivy League asserted its presence in the National Basketball Association over the summer when Harvard graduate Jeremy Lin signed with the Golden State Warriors in late July.
In what the teams generally use as a chance to return to racing form, the men’s and women’s cross country teams showed they are prepared for the season ahead.
Six years ago, Andrew Samson had never played in a football game.
If Penn freshman and former Michigan all-state sprinter Aaron Bailey had to choose one sport to play at Penn, it would be — without hesitation — football.
Jeremy Lin is not the only Harvard Athletics graduate who had a great week last week.
NCAA rules say that Penn cannot win a national football championship this year.
During his stint at George Washington University, current Penn golf coach Scott Allen earned a reputation as an international recruiter.
For the fourth time in three years, the Penn football team will play in front of millions throughout the country on national television.
When 2,500 members of the Class of 2010 march to Franklin Field for the University’s Commencement ceremony Monday, senior Jake Lewko will be missing.
While the Penn track team will go from racing in front of over 54,000 fans at the Penn Relays to a far smaller crowd at Princeton, N.J., the stakes will be much higher at next weekend’s Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
After various offers to try out for National Football League teams, senior linebacker Jake Lewko agreed to terms with the Tennessee Titans yesterday.
In 1929, 50,000 people packed the stands at Franklin Field to watch Finnish nine-time Olympic gold medalist Paavo Nurmi compete in the Penn Relays.
When Michael Johnson set a world record in the 200-meter race at the 1996 Olympics wearing custom-designed golden Nikes, he earned the nickname “The Man With the Golden Shoes.”
On last Saturday’s bus ride to Princeton, sprinters on the Penn women’s track team broke out into a freestyle.
Though attendance at men’s basketball games declined significantly this season, members of the Red and Blue Crew think that Athletic Director Steve Bilsky has hired just the right man to change that.
The combination of a Jimmy John’s sub-eating contest, an egg toss, and a three-legged race taking place on Hill Field yesterday might have seemed like just an avarage, wacky field day.
Though results are unofficial until later this week, the Penn fencing season continues for at least five Quakers.
Talk to any member of the Penn men’s swimming team, and chances are he will mention his silky-smooth skin.