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Over the weekend, Penn men’s swimming and diving competed in the Ivy League championships held at Brown. Though it was a less successful outing than some of the Quakers' previous performances, it was a solid weekend overall, as the team finished in sixth place with 879 total points.
Coming off a gritty 74-65 home victory against Columbia the day before, the Quakers (13-11, 5-4 Ivy), returned to the Palestra to face Cornell (15-7, 5-4). In a back-and-forth thriller, the Red and Blue bested the Big Red, 92-86, led by junior guard Jordan Dingle’s 27-point performance.
It’s been nearly a month since the Brazilian soccer legend Edson Arantes do Nascimento, widely known as Pelé, passed away from colon cancer. Pelé was recognized as one of the greatest soccer players of all time, having won a record three World Cups with Brazil, and scoring a world record 1,279 goals in 1,363 matches with national and club teams throughout his youth and senior careers.
With the winter sports season over halfway done, many Penn teams are finding success. Three teams — men’s squash, women’s squash, and wrestling — are currently ranked top 25 in the country. Let’s take a look some recent events for each of these teams.
This January, standout football players from the Ivy League will be going head-to-head with All-Stars from Japan's National Football Association (NFA) in the inaugural "Dream Bowl," held all the way in Tokyo.
Star Penn football linebacker Jake Heimlicher officially announced on Tuesday that he would be signing with UCLA, where he will be immediately eligible to play during the 2023 season as a graduate-transfer.
As the fall season comes to a close, we take a look at five especially noteworthy statistics from fall sports teams.
Finishing off a season with its most wins since 2010, Penn football had a lot of players step up big this season. The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at some of the Quakers’ brightest stars on the year.
Playing against West Virginia for the first time since the first round of the 1981 NIT tournament (a 67-64 loss), Penn men's basketball suffered the same result, but with a much larger margin 41 years later.
Penn enters its final game of the season as 14.5-point underdogs. Based on that spread, it'd be hard to have a ton of faith in the Quakers against Princeton. But the only other time they were double-digit underdogs this season, the Red and Blue marched into Dartmouth and took a statement win, so anything's possible.
In front of a semi-packed Palestra, Penn men's basketball played the first home game of its 2022-23 campaign, and it went much the same as its first two road games.
With two games left on the season, Penn football controls its own destiny for at least a share of the Ivy League title. After a 3-7 record last year, a conference championship would be the ultimate turnaround for the Red and Blue, but first, they'll have to make it through Harvard, a 5-2 squad that poses a dangerous threat.
One year ago, Cornell traveled to Philadelphia, and, in front of a moderately packed Franklin Field Homecoming crowd made up of mostly alumni, the Big Red shocked Penn, 15-12, winning the Trustees' Cup for the first time since 2013. On Saturday, the Quakers returned to Ithaca (N.Y.) for the first time since 2018 and completed their odyssey for revenge.
Penn football is seeing red this weekend – in more ways than one. The Quakers face off against the Big Red, a team with a 1-3 Ivy League record this season, and they'll likely be fired up after last week's upset loss at Brown.
“Having gone to the tournament and played in this atmosphere, how much does this fuel your fire to come back next year and make it a longer run?” a reporter asked Penn men’s basketball junior guard Jordan Dingle, 20 minutes after the team's season-ending loss to Yale in last year’s Ivy League Tournament.
On Friday, the Wharton Undergraduate Sports Business Club and the Wharton Sports Analytics and Business Initiative held the annual Wharton Sports Business Summit, a conference where students interested in sports business and analytics have the opportunity to learn from notable individuals in the industry and network with Penn alumni in sports business.
On Saturday, Penn football (5-0, 2-0 Ivy) begins the second half of its season in a Homecoming matchup with the Yale Bulldogs (4-1, 2-0). Four Daily Pennsylvanian Sports writers take their picks for who will emerge with a win.
Several Penn teams have been putting up impressive campaigns through the 2022 season. In addition to football, which remains undefeated, two teams, men’s soccer and field hockey, earned national recognition in polls.
HANOVER, N.H.— It might’ve been a case of déjà vu for Penn football on Friday night.
Former Quakers continue to make waves early into the 2022 NFL season, as linebacker Brandon Copeland found his way back onto an active NFL roster this week and made a splash in his return to the Charm City.