For most college athletes, they play their respective sport for four years, graduate and move on from it. But not for Penn sprint football.
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Midterm season is almost upon us, but Penn football had its first true exam on Saturday. And it appears they passed with room to spare.
For many college freshmen, the first few weeks of the school year are a time for adjustment. It takes some time for them to get used to their new life away from home.
Imagine a job where if you succeed, no one notices; and if you fail, everyone blames you. Who would want a job like that?
Penn sprint football is back, and just like always, the season started with a blast from the past.
Penn women's soccer is already four games into its season, but the offense has yet to kick into high gear.
With fall athletics underway, many Penn teams will be vying for Ivy League and even national glory. Which team has the best chances of claiming or defending a trophy? Three of the Daily Pennsylvanian sports editors talked it out.
Being an athlete often forces one to forgo vacations, especially when they occur in season. But for Penn women's basketball, that just isn't a problem.
Don’t blink, or you might miss them.
Penn softball really can’t catch a break.
This one hurts.
While most of the golf world was focused on the Masters this weekend, Penn men’s golf had some work to do elsewhere.
Penn softball’s Alexis Sargent has already established herself as the premier pitcher in the Ivy League. And when the team needed her the most this weekend, she showed up.
T o many college students, ping pong balls are an essential part of social life, used exclusively for beer games. But for some Penn students, ping pong balls are actually for ping pong.
With a performance that saw him tie a career-high in points in Penn’s 10-9 victory over Cornell, this week’s Penn Athletics Weekend MVP goes to men’s lacrosse’s sophomore Simon Mathias.
The window is still open, but it might be closing fast.
Penn women’s basketball is going back to Cali.
The journey to the NCAA Tournament is finally complete. Now, it’s time to Dance.
In the first ever Ivy League Tournament game, Penn women's basketball came out on top, taking down Brown 71-60 to advance to the final. The game was very back and forth, with both teams going on extended runs to take leads. Despite leading through much of the first half, Penn saw their lead shrink down to 33-32 at the break due to a barrage of threes from Brown. The Bears came roaring out of the gates to take the lead, but Penn responded with a 14-0 run to take the lead for good.
It's time to add another banner to the rafters of the Palestra.