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.
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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.
Former Penn and All-Ivy linebacker Brandon Copeland signed with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday to their practice squad.
This Saturday at 1 p.m., Penn football (1-0) will take on Lafayette (1-2) in its second game of the season, hoping to avenge last year's week two loss against the Leopards. Four Daily Pennsylvanian Sports reporters make their picks ahead of the Quakers' last game before beginning Ivy competition.
Penn football kicked off this past weekend while other fall sports teams headed into week three of competition. Here's a look at all the Penn teams that competed over the weekend and how they fared.
On a sunny Saturday afternoon, in front of a sparse Franklin Field crowd, it was a tale of two halves for the Quakers as they opened up their 2022 season against Colgate.
Last week, Penn football announced the team's four captains for the 2022 season, all of them seniors: Trevor Radosevich, Jake Heimlicher, Trey Flowers, and Jonathan Melvin.
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.
College football season has arrived, and the Ancient Eight begin their slate of games for the 2022-23 season starting on Friday, Sept 16. Here's how the eight Ivy League teams stack up so far.
No coaches fired, but four head coaching changes.
On Tuesday, during the final day of mandatory NFL roster cuts, former Penn defensive lineman Prince Emili was released from the Buffalo Bills.
For the last 26 editions of the Penn Relays, the world's oldest and largest track and field meet, Dave Johnson has been at the helm as its Director. But now, after a three-year hiatus from the meet due to COVID-19, Penn track and field coach Steve Dolan will assume the reins.
This past weekend, Penn women’s tennis earned two dominant victories over Ivy League foes Dartmouth and No. 72 Harvard, 4-0 and 4-1, respectively. A major driving force behind those two victories was senior Yulia Bryzgalova.
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.