“If anybody’s ever played one single game of basketball in the state of New Jersey … Zack Rosen knows him.”
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Junior sprinter Victoria Strickland doesn’t feel like she has to explain why she — or anyone else for that matter — is at Penn.
Penn basketball legend David ‘Corky’ Calhoun still “vividly” remembers an incident that brought racial tensions from the world stage all the way into his dorm room during his freshman year in 1968.
The men’s basketball team’s spirits were soaring on Feb. 4.
After suffering back-to-back, deflating overtime losses to Ivy favorites Harvard and Princeton, the Quakers looked primed to turn their 5-15 Cornell opponent into a virtual punching bag.
It wasn’t Penn’s best performance of the year, but that didn’t matter last night at Hutchinson Gymnasium.
They say losing builds character, winning breeds confidence and leaders are born, not made.
Midway through the winter sports season, Director of Penn Athletics Steve Bilsky sat down with the Sports Editors of The Daily Pennsylvanian to talk about a successful fall for the Quakers and what’s on tap for 2011.
Going into last night’s matchup with La Salle, it looked like the Penn basketball team would have a ‘big’ problem.
When playing an inferior opponent, sometimes the best strategy is to apply pressure and let the other team beat itself.
In the men’s basketball season opener on Saturday night, the Quakers sported new jerseys, an injury free starting lineup and a newly revamped bench.
Saturday night’s matchup with Davidson was a game of firsts for the men’s basketball team.
Most basketball players often recall their first time beating dad one-on-one as one of the transcendental moments in their basketball lives.
Entering Saturday’s matchup with Navy’s sprint football team, the Quakers knew that in order to snap their opponent’s 25-game winning streak, there would be little margin for error.
Hosting the Collegiate Sprint Football League’s newest member, Post, the Quakers had no film on their opponent and little idea what to expect.
While most incoming basketball recruits were playing in informal leagues over the summer, freshman Marin Kukoc was representing his home country of Croatia in one of the world’s most intense youth basketball tournaments — the men’s FIBA U-18 European Championship.
Described by some of my friends as a “meathead,” I have to say that getting a tour of the new Weiss Pavilion with senior offensive lineman Luis Ruffolo was not exactly an experience I dreaded.
A 65-yard touchdown on the first play of the game, a fake punt and a fumble recovery in the opponent’s endzone.
Last season, the sprint football team engineered the top offense in its league, saw two different players shatter program records and capped off the season with a 91-13 thrashing, for lack of a better word, of Princeton.
Despite the recent move of the New Jersey Nets to Newark, basketball will indeed be returning to the Meadowlands this winter — at least for one day.