After a tough weekend in Hanover, Penn swimming is regrouping for its last Ivy league tri-meet of the season in Providence — but the Quakers won't be facing the full range of their competition.
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The holiday season has been awfully giving to Penn football alumni and their NFL dreams — and the gifts haven’t been limited to students of the University.
When Penn men’s basketball agonizingly came up one point short of hitting 100, and subsequently earning free Abner’s cheesesteaks for the entire Palestra crowd, against Penn State Brandywine in November, coach Steve Donahue made a prescient vow after learning of the promotional opportunity: “You know what — we’ll do it again.”
Finishing with four consecutive victories, Penn football was rolling at the end of the 2017 season. And now, the time to look ahead to 2018 is officially here.
It’s fair to say Benjamin Oh is facing a bit more pressure than the average Penn student this week.
The wire-to-wire domination that Penn women’s basketball displayed en route to its third conference title in four years was impressive, but that wasn’t the only Penn team to bring home Ivy League glory in 2017.
When you give 31 varsity teams a full 12 months of competition, some pretty exciting games are bound to pop up. But 2017 has been a walking hyperbole for Penn Athletics.
Across the nation, the number of female coaches in college sports is decreasing. Additionally, Penn has the smallest number of female coaches of its women’s teams in the Ivy League.
Penn Athletics lags behind the rest of the Ivy League in gender balance among coaches — but should the school be concerned?
You could call it ugly. You could call it poorly officiated. You could call it “the game that broke the Internet” — literally.
Penn football’s epic late-season surge ultimately couldn’t secure its third straight season of Ivy League title glory, but the Red and Blue had no such shortcomings with individual hardware.
If you thought Penn men’s basketball was dominant in Wednesday’s win over Navy, you hadn’t seen anything yet.
As most fall teams' seasons have come to a close, the Penn sports world has been fully introduced to its new faces. Though no Red and Blue teams were able to bring home league championships, the school saw no shortage of rookie standouts, with the Class of 2021 making an immediate impact on programs left and right.
With the breakouts of sophomore running backs Karekin Brooks and Abe Willows, Penn football has proven it’ll have no shortage of talent in the backfield for years to come.
Penn men’s basketball is going to improve this year.
To say Penn field hockey coach Colleen Fink entered the history books with a bang last weekend would be an understatement.
Saying goodbye to something you love is never easy.
Smack-dab in the middle of its conference season, Penn volleyball can't escape the middle of its conference standings.