It’s perhaps the most universal constant in the college sports world: roster turnover.
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There’s no stronger source of motivation than the sting of defeat.
For one more weekend, Penn women’s basketball’s season is alive.
It might not be the Big Dance, but it’s still one crazy party for Penn women’s basketball.
Buckle your seatbelts, ladies and gentlemen. This is looking like one for the books.
It had three scoring runs of double-digit points. It had a first-half scoring explosion for the ages. It had the Ivy League’s two co-champions playing a rubber match for the ages in their best game of the year yet.
It wouldn’t have been wrong to expect Penn men’s basketball to come out hot fresh off last week’s devastating one-point defeat at Yale. But this is another level.
Eight days off a devastating one-point defeat at Yale, it wouldn’t have been foolish to expect Penn men’s basketball to come out hot in the teams’ first matchup since.
What a difference the home floor makes.
Only six days after Penn Athletics announced that former men’s soccer coach Rudy Fuller would be leaving his post in order to replace Sherryta Freeman as the University’s Senior Associate Athletic Director, the Red and Blue have already found their next leader on the pitch.
If this is what Penn women’s lacrosse looks like when it’s angry, watch out.
It’s what you do when no one’s watching that determines what happens when everyone is.
Jacobson | The dream of a perfect season is gone — and that's just what Penn men's basketball needed
CAMBRIDGE, MA — The dream of an undefeated season is gone, and the cloak of invincibility for Penn men’s basketball has disappeared with it. And that’s one of the best things that could’ve happened to the Quakers.
It was perhaps the most quintessential trap game all season — but by the skin of its teeth, Penn men’s basketball escaped its potential snare.
They’ve got depth and versatility in spots one through 11. They’ve got experience across the board. They’ve got all-conference selections left and right.
If you’re an upperclassman at Penn, you’ve been asked some form of the question, “Where do you see yourself finally ending up?”
Penn men’s basketball’s season has been defined by making history for the right reasons. And now, following Saturday night’s effort, the Quakers have avoided doing it for the wrong reasons.
It’s one of the oldest adages in the English language: “time flies.” But for Penn gymnastics, three years can feel like a lifetime.
The silver lining is that there’s nowhere to go but up.
Penn swimming already lost one potential foe when Brown’s men’s team was suspended from this weekend’s Ivy League tri-meet due to the discovery of a hazing scandal. Unfortunately, the Quakers lost a lot more than that.