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Head coachJohn Yurkow has been steering Penn men's baseball since 2014 and has found a fair amount of success, particularly within the Ivy League. However, he is not without the help of his three trusty assistant coaches that work behind the scenes to make sure the Quakers are ready come game day. The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at Penn baseball's assistant coaches:
For Katie Reagan, playing softball at Penn was a long time in the making.
Just go for it.
Penn men’s basketball has a rich history of success both in the Ivy League and in the postseason. Like the rest of the Ancient Eight, Penn did not compete in the 2020-2021 season due to COVID-19. However, with March Madness in full swing this week, we explore some of Penn’s best runs in the NCAA Tournament.
Prior to the Ivy League's announcement granting senior student-athletes graduate eligibility, many Penn athletes solidified transfer plans, in hopes of finishing their careers in action rather than on a practice field. The Daily Pennsylvanian checked in with five former Quakers at their new schools.
Penn football has made its defense a strong part of its team identity, and the Quakers have had many stars on the defensive side of the field in recent years. To understand how Penn football’s defense becomes game-ready and to uncover how its defensive game plans have evolved, it’s important to start with the assistant coaches responsible.
For most student-athletes, finding a personal identity can be difficult.
The Ivy League has a strong athletic and academic tradition. The athletes at all of its schools often have to fulfill equally demanding expectations both on the field and in the classroom. Penn is no exception to this standard, as its athletes have a noted history of accumulating athletic honors while donning the Red and Blue before moving on to successful professional careers.
AJ Brodeur gripped the ball in his hands, feeling the roar of the crowd behind him during Penn's season opener.
Former Penn football wide receiver and current third-year Tampa Bay Buccaneers wideout, Justin Watson, also known as "JWat", is preparing to play in the first Super Bowl of his young career. With the big game only a couple of days away, here’s what Watson had to say about preparing for the game, the 2020 season as a whole, and his career journey up to this point.
College basketball coaches are often defined by the game plans and style of play that they rely on during games.
When Penn students take their spot in the student section before a basketball game at the Palestra, they often face a sea of fans lining the famed Cathedral of College Basketball. There’s one fan, however, that may be more familiar to students than others.
Penn men’s basketball is a program built on community and collective effort, and for freshman forward Andrew Laczkowski, playing team basketball is second nature.
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In the first episode of the brand new podcast Penn, Daily, Podcast producer Alec Druggan, Senior Sports Editor Michael Landau, and Sports Associate Joey Piatt go over the last weekend of Penn's basketball teams, and look at the chances of Ivy League titles for the both the teams.
Hosted by Alec Druggan and Isabella Simonetti. Guest hosted by Joey Piatt and Michael Landau. Produced and edited by Alec Druggan. Podcast art by Ava Cruz.
This story is part of a series on Penn football's 18 Ivy League titles. Click here to read about the team's 1959 championship.
When the Major League Baseball season was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans were not sure when, or if, they would be able to watch their favorite teams at all in 2020. Following months of quarantines and precautions, baseball is set to start, without fans, this Thursday.
When the average person is asked what the most important factors are for a football team’s success, they may say a variety of things ranging from quarterback play to punt returns to coaching.
While neither the NBA or Ivy League are currently in session for basketball, they both share a long, interesting history. The Ivy League is no longer the NBA pipeline it once was during the 1970s, but the leagues still share many connections. For any basketball fans looking to begin following Ivy basketball, this list can serve as a good starting point.
Sometimes the best decisions are the ones we never saw coming. For Penn senior Phoebe Sterba, this has proven especially true.
On Saturday, Penn men’s lacrosse traveled to Charlotte, N.C. to face No. 10 Duke and defeated the Blue Devils to pick up its first victory of the new season. The Quakers’ victory was paced by the performance of junior attacker Sean Lulley, whose efforts were good enough to earn him the honor of DP Sports Player of the Week.