Predicting the future isn’t easy.
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In a roundtable last week, we discussed who was the MVP of Penn Athletics thus far. Unsurprisingly, no freshmen came up in the conversation. However, when the end of year awards roll around for just about every athletic league, MVP and Rookie of the Year are mentioned in close to the same breath.
On to the next.
So here we are.
It’s honestly hard to know what to make of Penn football after four games.
Penn football’s recent upset victory over Villanova — the program’s first in more than 100 years — has sent tremors throughout the Penn Athletics community. Unfortunately, none of us at DP Sports were bold enough to predict the incredible result. So with one major opportunity having already passed us by, it’s time for redemption. What are our bold predictions for the rest of the fall season?
They are what we thought they were.
Follow along live as Senior Sports Editor Riley Steele and Sports Editor Holden McGinnis live blog Penn's first football game of the season.
When you think of Bethlehem, your first thought probably isn’t football.
Change is inevitable.
The fall season may still be quite young for Penn Athletics, but that doesn’t mean there haven’t been any surprises. So now, with most Red and Blue teams having gotten their seasons under way, we take the opportunity to discuss the squads that have made us reconsider our preseason expectations.
It wasn’t the ending anyone had hoped for.
First, there's the prologue.
Buckle your seatbelts, ladies and gents, the fall sports season is upon us. Although the do-or-die Ivy League matchups are still weeks away, in the meantime Penn’s eight fall teams are readying for their slate of nonconference foes. Our sports editors discuss what games outside of Ancient Eight play are must-see, must-win affairs for the Quakers.
In preparation for the upcoming season, Penn football held its annual Media Day on Tuesday. With a new head coach, as well as offensive and defensive coordinators, there was certainly a lot to be said. Here are the most interesting takeaways from the day.
The 2015-16 school year is about to get underway, and along with new students filling into Huntsman Hall and the Quad, a handful of rookies have a chance to make an immediate impact for Penn Athletics. Our editors debate which team’s freshman class has the most potential.
It’s Nov. 23, 1998 and Penn basketball is up against a tough task — No. 7 Temple, a team that has had the Quakers’ number for the past 17 meetings.
While many Penn sports saw their seasons end this past weekend, Penn men's golf will continue on to NCAA Regionals.
Before the start of Penn men’s lacrosse’s Saturday night game, the team will know whether it has secured the final spot in the Ivy League Tournament.
Two weeks ago, Penn men’s lacrosse had its collective back against the wall.