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The Editors' forecast: Penn football 2022

(09/15/22 5:34am)

Matthew Frank: Last season for Penn football was one defined by inconsistency. When the offense would finally break out, the defense would falter. When the defense threw together consecutive stops, the offense wouldn’t be able to make it past a series. More often than not, though, the offense was the stagnant unit, finishing dead last in the Ivy League in points per game. To be fair, Penn was not dealt an easy hand. The Quakers were forced to choose mid-season between an injured, struggling senior quarterback and a freshman who looked promising, but given his age designation, not battle-tested just yet. 

Penn at the Wells Fargo Center: How the Red and Blue hosted a March Madness weekend

(03/30/22 5:24am)

With 38 seconds left to play in Friday’s first Sweet Sixteen matchup at the Wells Fargo Center, thousands of St. Peters fans (and bandwagon Peacocks supporters) cheered on the Cinderella story that was about to take down the heavily-favored Purdue Boilermakers. St. Peters’ bench was much the same, and on the floor below them was a tile on the court that pictured the University of Pennsylvania shield emblem.

DP Sports Player of the Week: Penn cross country senior Noah Carey

(11/18/21 3:28am)

The Quakers' men’s and women’s cross country teams had an eventful Friday competing at the NCAA Division I Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship hosted by Lehigh University. The women’s team placed 10th out of 27 teams, and the men’s team finished sixth out of 26 teams. By far, the most impressive performer of the day was men’s senior captain Noah Carey of Guilderland, N.Y.