Ask any Average Joe about strategy during a wrestling match, and he will likely give you a simple answer: just pin the guy.
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This week, many of the NFL’s gridiron warriors are tackling a challenge that they have never encountered before: Wharton classes.
Faced with a matchup against wrestling powerhouse Cornell, junior Bryan Ortenzio and the rest of the Quakers have a simple message: Bring on the Big Red.
Jeremy Lin seems to have it all.
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. — With Penn up two and 16 seconds remaining, junior Jack Eggleston — a solid 78 percent free-throw shooter — stepped up to the line for a one-and-one attempt with the chance to make it a two possession game.
Riding a two-game win streak, the Quakers played about as tough as coach Jerome Allen could have hoped.
The Quakers certainly have a flair for the dramatic. Penn won its second straight game in a 53-51 nail-biter over Dartmouth. It is their first back-to-back win since Feb. 17 of last season.
Call it a lucky break or smart scheduling, but Penn’s wrestling team has a great opportunity to gain some momentum heading into its concluding stretch.
Strolling around campus, it’s common to walk alongside a Nobel Laureate or Rhodes Scholar.
If Saturday’s matchup between Harvard and Cornell is any indication, it looks like first place in the Ivy League is just about locked up.
For one of the few times this season, Penn’s wrestling team will enter a dual with the healthier squad.
Ask any coach about the importance of non-conference schedules, and you will likely get different answers.
When it faces Pittsburgh and Clarion tomorrow on the road, the Penn wrestling team will see some familiar faces.
Last year, Penn’s women swimming team dominated Dartmouth in Hanover, N.H., with a 202.5-97.5 victory, yet were narrowly edged by Yale 152-148 at the meet.
It was the season of giving, and Penn’s wrestling team received all it could have asked for.
For Penn’s wrestling team, the final exam period may actually be a time of relief.
Forget about the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas: Penn’s wrestling team has its eyes set on the Penn State Open this weekend.
The Penn wrestling team saw the Keystone Classic yesterday as an opportunity to defend its home court and last year’s team title.
Wrestling is more of a individual sport, but there was certainly one team working for the Quakers yesterday in upstate New York.
For Penn’s wrestling team, this season will be business as usual, but with a few very important tweaks.