While the Ivy League slate won't start for another two months, here's a look ahead at the opponents Penn women's basketball will face. A lot has changed in the Ancient Eight since last season, but the same few teams project to be at the top: Penn, Princeton, Harvard, and Yale.
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As Penn men's basketball gets set to begin its Ivy League title defense, the rest of the conference will be preparing to take down the Quakers. The Ancient Eight saw a record number of underclassmen win end-of-the-year awards, so teams will be looking to build on last year's momentum. With most of the teams tipping off this week, here's a brief outlook on each of their upcoming seasons.
It was an ugly, messy game on a soggy, dreary day. But when the 60 minutes were up, the Quakers got what they wanted.
This is an ugly mess of a game.
On Saturday, Penn men's and women's basketball returned to the Palestra for the Red and Blue Scrimmages — the teams' first appearances in front of fans since last season. With the start of the men's and women's seasons both coming within the next three weeks, here are a few players from both squads to keep an eye on after their impressive performances today.
In the throes of Ivy League play, our staff decided to take a look at the best individual performers of Penn Athletics' fall season. For one team having a dominant season, two stars at opposite ends of the pitch have impressed tremendously, while the third nominee seems to be carrying her team on her back offensively. But which of the three deserve to be fall MVP?
Penn football just completed its longest road trip of the 2018 season. In 2019, the Quakers are going a bit farther.
Penn football's 37-14 loss to Dartmouth was not the opening to Ivy play the team was looking for. The Quakers were dominated on both sides of the ball, as the game got out of hand quickly in the third quarter. Here are three takeaways from the game.
Basketball fans got their hopes up for naught.
For Penn volleyball, it’s time for class.
How do you replace a legend?
Penn likes to give themes for its incoming academic class’ first year at school, and I’d like to borrow that trend here.
In his time at Penn, Justin Watson always showed up when it mattered. Looks like things haven’t changed a bit.
As the days of summer wind down, it’s common for Penn students to take vacations before returning to school — and one group of Quakers just took one that they’ll remember for a long time.
Editor’s note: Welcome to the first article in what will be a semester-long series on the state of Ivy League athletics over the past decade. Over the summer, Cole Jacobson, Sam Mitchell, and I set out to chronicle how each team at each school performed in the past 10 years. In this series, we’ll be highlighting some of our results, starting with overall rankings of all the schools. In the coming weeks, we’ll look at the best individual teams, Penn’s place in the Ivy League, and much more. Each new article will shed light on a specific topic we find intriguing and insightful. Thanks for reading, and enjoy! - Jonathan Pollack
Earlier on Friday, Penn Athletics announced the hiring of Dr. Andrea Wieland as the new Associate Athletic Director for Sports Performance.
By the time the Quakers got their first shot on goal, it was already too late.
The best of all-time is on to the big leagues.
Over time, athletes become very close to their teammates. Some might even consider them family.
The NFL dream lives on for former Penn quarterback Alek Torgersen.