As the fall season comes to a close, we take a look at five especially noteworthy statistics from fall sports teams.
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Penn football’s chances at a share of the Ivy League title looked promising entering the Quakers’ final home game of the season. The Red and Blue were one of three teams with a chance at an outright Ivy League title.
As the fall sports season heats up, we're taking a look back at some of the memorable moments from this week in Penn sports history.
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.
Fall is here, and so are fall sports. Here's a look at all the Penn teams that competed over the weekend and how they fared.
With just a few more chances to earn a spot in the Ivy Tournament, Penn women’s lacrosse is making the most of its final stretch of games.
When a midseason losing streak pops up, there can be many different causes. But in most cases, it’s straying from the fundamentals that will cost a team tight games. For much of Penn women’s lacrosse’s season, that has been the case.
Penn men’s swimming and diving’s freshman prodigy Matthew Fallon added to his already impressive list of accolades with an NCAA Championships performance over the weekend worthy of All-American honors.
Taking games down to the wire has been the theme for Penn men’s lacrosse two games into the 2022 season, and on Saturday against Duke, the Quakers' grit proved to be enough to help Penn complete an upset victory in thrilling fashion.
When coach Steve Donahue and the Penn men’s basketball team landed in Philadelphia on Monday afternoon, it marked the end of an almost two-week road trip. Over the course of just 10 days, the Quakers played five games. In those games, the team went 1-4, bringing the team's record on the season to 3-6.
As the fall season comes to a close — the first since 2019 — we take a look at five interesting statistics from fall sports teams that were exceptionally noteworthy.
Nearly every young sports fan dreams of one day growing up to work for their favorite team.
For many schools, the end of the regular season is just the beginning.
It was all smiles for Penn women’s basketball’s first game action in 20 months.
This Saturday, both Penn men’s and women’s basketball took the court at the Palestra for the annual Red & Blue scrimmages. The intrasquad matchups were the last scrimmage action prior to both teams’ season-openers.
The Penn women’s basketball season is right around the corner, and nobody is quite sure what to expect. The Quakers, along with the rest of the Ivy League, did not compete during the 2020-2021 season. As a result, it has been difficult to forecast exactly how the Ancient Eight will shape up in the 2021-22 season.
On Saturday, Penn (3-4, 1-3 Ivy) will look to collect its second Ivy League win of the season against a last-place Cornell squad (1-6, 0-4) .
Kendall Grasela was on a trip to Cape Cod when she sent a routine text to Penn women’s basketball coach Mike McLaughlin. There was nothing special about the text; it was just like the one she sent her former coach every few weeks.
The Penn men’s basketball season is right around the corner, and nobody is quite sure about what to expect. The Quakers, along with the rest of the Ivy League, did not compete during the 2020-2021 season. As a result, it has been hard to forecast exactly how the Ancient Eight will shape up in 2021-2022.
For two full seasons, the goalkeeper position was among the most stable for Penn field hockey.