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The next Alek Torgersen? Meet the four players vying to be the new face of Penn football

(07/02/17 8:40am)

As the weeks count down until opening kickoff, it’s hard to find too many holes in Penn football’s personnel. Big names like Justin Watson, Louis Vecchio, Tre Solomon and Mason Williams headline a group of 11 returning All-Ivy selections, which is a full four more than Princeton — the squad with the second-most All-Ivy players coming back.

Many Penn teams had national success this school year — but which one was best?

(04/25/17 4:53am)

As the 2016-17 school year nears its close, there have been some incredible Penn Athletics feats to reflect upon. Football took home its second straight Ivy League championship only two years after finishing in sixth place. Sprint football finished undefeated for only the second time in program history. Men’s cross country brought home Ancient Eight glory for the first time in 43 years. Women’s basketball continued its dynastic run with its third Ivy title in four years — the list goes on and on.

Penn Athletics Weekend MVP: Tim Graul

(04/16/17 11:03pm)

To pick just one star from Penn baseball’s four-game demolition of bitter rival and defending Ivy League champion Princeton — a series that saw the Quakers take four wins by a combined score of 35-12 — seems like it’d be a crime. But even in a weekend full of standout performances, the consistent offensive dominance from senior outfielder Tim Graul stood out from the pack.