Midway through April, spring sports teams are entering the back half of the season filled with conference play. Though many Penn teams have had much success up to this point, they'll need great performances in order to stay at the top of the Ivy League standings.
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Being an athlete at Penn is difficult. Athletes often have to balance strenuous workouts and practices with rigorous coursework, and they often have difficulty finding time to get involved in other clubs and research on campus.
Penn baseball made history in a number of different ways this weekend.
The Quakers will have to wait until tournament time for revenge.
Stay tuned for another week of Penn basketball.
The chances for an extended Quakers basketball season are looking good so far.
Even though the basketball season is coming to a close, other winter sports teams still have competition ahead. Here's a look at six impressive athletes who can make a big impact this upcoming weekend in their respective events.
It was a decorated Wednesday for Penn women's basketball.
Hope for the best, but plan for the worst.
In the regular-season finale, Penn women's basketball took care of business in Providence, R.I. and cruised to a 75-53 win over Brown. While the men fought hard to secure a spot in the Ivy League Tournament, the women locked up the No. 2 seed in the women's tourney thanks to great play on both ends of the floor.
In the first game of the men and women's basketball doubleheader against Yale, Penn women's basketball held on to defeat Yale, 65-56, closing out the game in the last few minutes at a nearly empty Lee Amphitheater in New Haven, Conn.
Many student-athletes go home over spring break to see their families. For some international student-athletes, though, flights are too expensive and time-consuming to make this a reality. Fortunately for football offensive lineman Travis Wang, Penn Athletics is picking up his travel tab.
For the second straight year, the Quakers won’t be hoisting the Howe Cup.
With the culmination of the NFL season, The Daily Pennsylvanian recently caught up with Carolina Panthers' offensive guard and Penn alumnus Greg Van Roten about his football career since leaving Penn. Here's what the 2012 graduate had to say.
On to the next one.
It’s another close one here at the Palestra.
Two similar game scripts, two different outcomes.
March may not be here yet, but the madness has already begun.
It’s neck-and-neck here at the Palestra.
This season has been one of many accomplishments for the Quakers: They had 10 wins before the New Year for the first time in program history, and they started 4-0 for the first time since 1978-79. Now, they have one more accolade to add: outright Big 5 champions.