With the season opener on Feb. 20 against Michigan around the corner, Penn men’s lacrosse is back to work and has already seen its first live action of 2016 against other teams.
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There seems to be little question that Penn women’s basketball is the team to beat in the Ivy League right now. At 3-0 in conference play, the Quakers are in sole possession of first place in the storied conference and is hot off two double-digit wins at home last weekend.
Penn basketball takes the court for the first Ivy doubleheader of the season this weekend, traveling up to Yale on Friday before heading over to Providence for a battle with Brown. In anticipation of the matchups, The Daily Pennsylvanian talked with Bears’ coach Mike Martin, who was an assistant for the Quakers from 2006-2012.
They’re off to the best start in school history. Let’s see if they can keep it going.
Winning streak: five. Career wins for Mike McLaughlin: 499.
Senior tight end Ryan O’Malley says everything starts with the offensive line. And given Penn football’s success on the gridiron this season, it’s safe to say the offensive line has been stellar thus far.
BOSTON – The streak is over. Again.
Either Penn or Harvard has had at least a share of the Ivy League football championship for the last eight seasons. It looks like this will be the ninth.
Close, but no cigar.
It is commonplace for athletes to use the metaphor of brotherhood or sisterhood when describing the nature of their relationship with teammates. After all, many athletes live with teammates, spend time practicing and eating together and need to get along well with one another.
They are not the faces of Penn football. But at the end of Saturday’s game, Fordham fans knew who they were.
After a strong showing against Villanova last week, it appears the Penn football team that took down the nation's fourth-ranked team has not yet returned to campus.
Follow along live as senior sports editor Riley Steele, senior sports reporter Steven Tydings and associate sports editor Jacob Adler cover Penn football's Ivy and home opener against Dartmouth. The Quakers (1-1) look to maintain their momentum after shocking No. 4 Villanova last Thursday.
The game was over, and although he stood watching on the sidelines for the last 12 minutes of the fourth quarter, Max Jones was still registering the results of first collegiate game. So what did he have to say?
What is one of, if not the fastest-growing intercollegiate varsity sport in the United States?
With most of last year’s team still intact, Penn sprint football coach Bill Wagner believes his squad can take a step forward from last season’s 4-3 performance.
As September approaches, so too does Penn football’s opening contest. The Quakers kick off their season with two nonconference games before facing Fordham in early October. But what should coach Ray Priore’s squad look for against its non-Ivy foes? See below:
Earlier this month, Penn squash assistant coach Gilly Lane coached the US men’s team to a bronze medal at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto.
He narrowly missed swimming in the 2012 Olympics. This time around, Brendan McHugh is determined to achieve his dream and punch his ticket to Rio for the 2016 Games.
With dual-threat quarterback Alek Torgersen back for more in 2015, along with a healthy and reloaded supporting cast, Penn football’s offense could once again be among the Ivy League’s best.