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It's that crazy transition season between fall and winter sports, so Penn had plenty of games to play this weekend. Roadtrips to Tennessee, inspired performances in a coach's final home game, and an overtime thriller. This weekend had everything. Miss out on what happened? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
The Quakers certainly had their chances.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Well, what did you really expect? Penn women’s basketball got clobbered by a top-5 program in the nation in the form of No. 4 Tennessee.
Hello from Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tenn., as Penn women's basketball takes on No. 4 Tennessee to open its season. We will be bringing you the action live from the game.
“Euro, Euro! ” freshman guard Beth Brzozowski shouts as she runs up the floor in practice.
“I’m sure you can find a much more intriguing subject.”
It’s hard to have a freshman season better than Sydney Stipanovich’s last year.
T h e view is different from the top.
“College soccer is won in the boxes.”
Penn men’s and women’s basketball took to the court on Saturday for their Red and Blue scrimmages, giving fans their first look at newcomers and the development of returning players. Sports Editor Holden McGinnis and Associate Sports Editor Carter Coudriet are here to break down what they saw from the Quakers.
Coach Rudy Fuller always says that anything can happen in any given Ivy League matchup.
This weekend, we got our first taste of Penn women’s basketball as the team took the court for their Red and Blue scrimmage. While it’s always tough to take too much away from a scrimmage, here are some of our first insights into the Quakers’ upcoming season.
Every season, Army and Navy tend to be the two strongest contenders in sprint football. And as such, those games hold special importance to Penn sprint football each year.
On Saturday, Philadelphia truly will be the City of Brotherly Love for Penn football’s Matt Schwartz.
F or the past few weeks, one thing has been on the mind of everyone involved with the Penn men’s soccer program: finishing games.
“As the game wore on into the second half, it felt like it was going to take something special to get the three points for either team,” coach Rudy Fuller said following the game.
Most top athletes are hard on themselves and hyper-competitive.
Penn basketball has a strong recruiting class for next season highlighted by a couple strong guards and small forward Jule Brown. Brown's AAU teammate — point guard Jake Silpe — looks to be one of Penn's next top ball-handlers and the Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with him last week about the recruiting process and, among other things, Zack Rosen. Here's what the New Jersey native had to say...
When Penn men’s soccer released its schedule in June, there was a clear stretch of nonconference games that would pose trouble for the Quakers.