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From wrestling to football: How Joey Slackman mans Penn's defensive line

(10/05/22 4:26am)

It’s Friday night, under the dark sky of Hanover. The Penn football team is lined up against its opponent of the week: the Dartmouth Big Green. On the defensive line, the Quakers stare down their opponents, determined to make a stop. Dartmouth quarterback Nick Howard snaps the ball. But moments into his rushing attempt, he’s tackled onto the turf.

Men's lacrosse teammates honor late captain James Farrell with jersey numbers

(04/14/22 4:07am)

James Farrell and his brother Michael Farrell always had bright smiles on their faces, reflecting their profound warmth and care towards others. And it is how the people they encountered — from residents of their hometown Manhasset, N.Y., to James' fellow graduates of the Class of 2018, to the alumni of Penn men's lacrosse — remember the brothers most fondly.

15 questions with... Keeley Block, a Penn women's lacrosse freshman

(04/12/22 5:17am)

With 17 goals and two assists, freshman attacker Keeley Block leads the team in goals scored, and is only behind senior captain Niki Miles in points. It's been an incredible start for the rookie who has already made an immense impact on the team. But off the field, she values the relationships that help her grow into the best version of herself as both a student and an athlete. We sat down with Block and asked her 15 questions about her sport, career, and her life at Penn so far.

How Northfield Mount Hermon has influenced years of Penn men's basketball

(02/14/22 4:04am)

Finding Boston on a map of Massachusetts is pretty simple. The city is clearly labeled according to its prominence. Similar to searching for Springfield, which is perhaps more difficult for anyone not from the area, but it isn't a tough challenge. Now, look for Gill – a town tucked away in the northern half of Massachusetts, nestled between the Connecticut River and I-91. It is two hours away from Boston, nearly five hours away from Philadelphia, and it’s almost impossible to spot on a map.

Catching up with AJ Brodeur across the pond

(02/10/22 11:13am)

AJ Brodeur last suited up for the Red and Blue in March 2020, signing off on a decorated career that included being named to first team All-Ivy in a unanimous decision and the co-Ivy League Player of the Year. Since then, Brodeur has taken his game to new heights — and to a new continent. Brodeur is in the midst of his second year of his professional career in Europe. We spoke with him, and he shared his thoughts on his time in Europe thus far.