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The first Weekend MVP Award of the year goes to Penn women’s basketball junior guard Beth Brzozowski. As the Quakers opened their Ivy League slate against Princeton in a battle of teams that have combined for the past seven conference championships, Penn’s sixth woman finished with a modest total of nine points — but those points could have not come at a better time.
While most of us were off relaxing over winter break, Penn sports teams were busy at work. Our editors debate: Which team had the best winter break?
Penn men's basketball opened up its season against Princeton on Saturday, and it didn't take long for it to get back to full intensity. Despite a weak showing in the first half, the Quakers surged in the second period, coming all the way back from a 21-point deficit to tie the game at 44 with seven minutes remaining. However, the Tigers proved too much to handle, and they quickly rebounded to retake the lead, and eventually the game, by the score of 61-52. Here are our first-ever stars of the game, as well as other important takeaways.
PRINCETON, N.J. — Ivy League play is back, and for Penn women’s basketball, it came back with a bang.
If I told you that Penn could be a great place to be a college sports fan, how would you react? You would probably laugh at me, and for most people, this statement doesn’t hold up. But for me, it’s completely true.
In a year of ecstatic highs and devastating lows, we decided it was time to reflect on the peaks of 2016 in the realm of Penn sports. There were nearly a dozen contenders, but in the end, we could only choose a few. Here are the editors’ picks on the best moments in Penn Athletics in 2016:
Penn basketball juniors Matt MacDonald and Caleb Wood are wearing the Red and Blue for the first time this year — but that’s about all they have in common.
Sometimes in sports, everything just clicks, and you make the game look so easy.
A lot of times, it’s best to start off new experiences by easing yourself into them. Penn women’s basketball disagrees.
Penn men’s and women’s fencing are returning a slew of Ivy champions, NCAA qualifiers and many key fencers from last year’s men’s Ivy title.
The winter sports season is right around the corner. In anticipation, our editors debated: Which team are you most excited to see play?
The adage normally goes that you win some, and you lose some. But when you are Penn women’s soccer, apparently you also tie some.
If you’re going to a Penn women’s soccer game this year, don’t expect a high-scoring affair. The defense just won’t allow it.
For Penn sprint football, it’s like deja vu all over again.
In order for Penn to have a shot at the College Sprint Football League title, it had to beat one of the service academies, something the team hasn’t done since 2010.
Chaz Augustini is still playing varsity football at a Division I school. But this year, it’s a bit different.
On Saturday, the Quakers looked to their past to get ready for their future.
If you plan on going to a Penn women’s soccer game this season, make sure you get there on time.
A week in to the year, it’s time to say definitively who is good and who is not. What has impressed you most so far from Penn Athletics?