Although the Penn men's basketball season cancelled, there has not been any chance for players to make dents in the record books recently. Today, we take a look at some stellar players of Quaker past, and in honor of the NBA's annual Three-Point Contest, we focus on some of the best shooters from behind the line to ever don the Red and the Blue.
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Colin Chambers may have been born to be a Penn basketball player.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men's basketball's Lucas Monroe 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the sophomore had to say.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men's soccer's Joey Bhangdia 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the senior midfielder had to say.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with football junior Ryan Cragun to ask 15 questions. Here's what he had to say.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Providence fans were standing at the beginning of the game, but Penn gave them little reason to be on their feet for the rest of the contest.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Penn men’s basketball has struggled shooting the three ball in its first four games of the season — but that has not been the case in Saturday’s contest against Providence.
BOSTON — After what happened in their last two wins, it should come as no surprise that the Quakers were once again involved in a nail-biting fourth quarter.
Penn football trails Harvard, 13-10, after the first 30 minutes of play, with defense and special teams being key so far.
When Penn sprint football takes the field next season, the team will be doing so without coach Bill Wagner. After 50 years with Wagner at the helm, the Quakers are turning to offensive coordinator Jerry McConnell to take over the program, as announced by Penn Athletics on Tuesday.
For Penn women’s basketball, the expectation every year is to win the Ivy League title — anything short of that is a disappointment. But the bar hasn’t always been that high.
Penn teams will have had their fill of competition from Yale after this weekend, as field hockey and both soccer teams will face off against the Bulldogs. Unlike this Saturday's football game, where the Quakers travel to New Haven, Conn., this trio will all play at home.
Even though Penn football has yet to kick off its season, most of the fall sports are in full swing. It may still be early, but here are three of the teams that have surprised us with their performances thus far.
Three years ago, Tyler Herrick had his sights set on playing quarterback for Penn. Now, he has a chance to be the Quakers’ No. 1 wide receiver.
Fifty years ago, Bill Wagner was introduced to sprint football, known at the time as lightweight football. Now, he’s the embodiment of the sport.
Well that looked familiar.
A former Quaker is returning to the City of Brotherly Love.
Renaldo Nehemiah knows what it’s like to be the star of the Penn Relays. In 1979, running the anchor leg, he led the University of Maryland to victory in the shuttle hurdle relay, 4x200-meter relay, and 4x400-meter relay, and he earned the meet MVP award.
Yulia Bryzgalova made history in a number of ways on Thursday.
The Quakers fought all the way back, but couldn't close it out.