Sure, it’s early. Five months early, to be exact. But if last weekend was any indication, take the over on any 2017 Penn field hockey betting odds.
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Want a free trip inside a Super Bowl team’s locker room? On Tuesday night, Penn’s undergrad student body got as good a glimpse as possible.
On a hot streak for the ages with an 11-1 record over its last 12 games, maybe it would’ve been useful for Penn baseball to get a taste of humility in its second Ivy League weekend of the season.
As the end of the school year approaches, most Penn Athletics spring squads are approaching crunch time in their respective seasons, with almost all of them having entered the thick of Ivy League play.
With Penn’s new Class of 2021, the group of incoming freshmen will undoubtedly make a major impact the athletic fields — but where will its superstars come from? In the spirit of admissions season, DP Sports set out to find out.
It was a tremendously busy weekend for Penn Athletics, and the successes on the field weren’t limited to the record-setting meet from track and field or the huge Ivy League wins to keep men’s lacrosse and women’s lacrosse in their respective title races.
It’s been quite the arms race for Penn Athletics’ traveling in recent weeks. Wrestling found itself in St. Louis last week for the NCAA Championships. Men’s tennis headed to New Orleans to compete over spring break. A trio of Red and Blue teams played in Florida during break. Women’s basketball flew to Los Angeles for the second time this season for its March Madness game.
It’s one of the most common phrases in sports: in order to be the best, you have to beat the best.
This has gone on long enough for Penn baseball.
LOS ANGELES — It doesn’t get worse than this.
The inaugural Ivy League basketball tournament was awesome.
You know all about Penn men’s and women’s basketball’s performances at the inaugural Ivy League tournament this weekend, but those teams were far from the only Red and Blue squads competing over a jam-packed spring break. With nearly every spring sport in action, Penn Athletics saw some major accomplishments:
There was no way it could’ve lived up to the hype.
It’s been a hell of a ride for Penn men’s basketball these past few weeks.
Heartbreak comes for second straight year as Penn women's squash can't top Harvard in national championship
With No. 2 Penn women’s squash facing No. 1 Harvard in the Collegiate Squash Association national championship for the second straight season after losing a brutal 5-4 decision a year ago, the narrative was almost writing itself: Heartbreak pushes team to success. Underdog upsets favorite. Former loser gets all-too-sweet revenge.
It was almost the comeback of the century.
This weekend, a number of winter sports teams wrap up their seasons with Ivy League championships. While women’s swimming and men’s squash finished up last week, their opposite-gender counterparts along with gymnastics and indoor track & field all compete this weekend for postseason glory.
When Penn men’s basketball was trounced by Princeton to fall to 0-6 in Ivy League play, the questions around the program were everywhere. How the hell did the team fall off so fast? Was there a reason for the Quakers to even play out the string? Could this squad get a win over anybody?
Jacobson | Though Penn women's basketball's drive for perfection is done, loss brings silver lining to squad
It’ll be a long bus ride home for Penn women’s basketball.
Put the funeral pyres away — Penn men’s basketball is back.