No cupcake games. That seems to be the theme of the Red and Blue’s schedule this season.
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For Karekin Brooks, family means everything.
The NFL season has begun, and Penn football fans have good reason to be excited.
Football season is almost here, and the Quakers have a lot to be excited about.
Weeks after news broke that former Penn men’s basketball coach Jerome Allen allegedly accepted bribes from Philip Esformes, the father of former Penn men's basketball recruit Morris Esformes, Penn Athletics' investigation of the matter is well underway.
The Quakers had the fight, but it wasn’t quite enough.
So far, so good for the Red and Blue.
This Wednesday, in the Class of 1949 Auditorium in Houston Hall, Penn will host a symposium to address abuse within athletics. The event is sponsored by the University, CHILD USA, and the Ortner Center on Violence and Abuse in Relationships.
It may have been a chilly day on Tuesday, but the Quakers’ bats were red hot.
The future of Penn Athletics looks bright, but Penn is hoping to make it look even brighter.
Penn men’s golf hasn’t won an Ivy League Championship in three years. This team is trying to change that.
Consistency. The Quakers haven’t found it yet, but they still have time.
Believe it or not, football season is upon us.
The Quakers just love playing extra baseball.
Though some team sports have seen mixed results for Penn Athletics this spring, the school has seen some major individual standouts midway through the season. School records have fallen left and right on the track already, while other major marks appear to be en route to getting dropped in other sports as well.
Spring has sprung, but the Quakers are still looking to blossom.
It was a wild weekend for the Quakers.
It wasn’t all bad for the Quakers this weekend.
The Quakers are finally coming home, and it couldn’t happen soon enough.
The Quakers couldn’t quite grind this one out.