Sheldon Hackney sits in a distinguished office in College Hall. It’s a familiar scene — the tall southern gentleman’s presence in the building where the University’s biggest decisions are made.
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Zach Gordon heaved an airball, Dan Monckton tipped it in and the buzzer sounded — but not necessarily in that order.
Fans of Penn basketball couldn’t concoct a more storybook plot for Jerome Allen’s first home game as interim head coach of his former team.
One thing is ringing loud and clear after today’s events: Glen Miller was not the right choice as Fran Dunphy’s successor.
Wharton seniors Matt Dragon, Cesar Grajales and Roger “Rollie” Peterkin — three wrestlers who were arrested Nov. 16 for alleged aggravated assault — have a preliminary hearing today at 8 a.m. in the courthouse of the Southwest Philadelphia Detectives’ office, located at 55th and Pine Streets. They had an arraignment preliminary hearing on Nov. 25.
Jeremy Lin is at it again.
Three members of the Penn wrestling team were arrested Nov. 16 in connection with an aggravated assault allegedly committed Oct. 3.
More details arose yesterday from The Daily Princetonian regarding the firing of Roger Hughes as the head football coach at Princeton.
One factor above all others contributed to Penn football’s 2009 Ivy League title.
A number of noteworthy Ivy League seniors excelled in their last games in front of their home crowds this weekend.
Andrew Jones has trouble picking up girls.
At tonight’s 18th annual Ms. and Mr. Penn Bodybuilding Contest, Penn athletes and some very well-built students will compete for the title of the school’s king and queen of brawn.
By the time the Phillies were just three outs away from failing to repeat as World Series champions, the fans in Blarney Stone were already thoroughly inebriated and ready to forget the evening.
What’s in a captain? Sometimes, it’s just a ton of talent. Usually, it’s also a lot of experience. And always, it’s a great deal of leadership.
PROVIDENCE, R.I., Oct. 31 —
PROVIDENCE, R.I. —
Penn men’s basketball coach Glen Miller announced yesterday that sophomore point guard Zack Rosen and senior guard Darren Smith will be the team’s 2009-10 captains. The announcement comes a week after the players elected Smith and Rosen in a team meeting.
The play of Penn’s defense has already been lauded at length this season, but what has flown under the radar throughout that discussion is the tremendous pressure being generated by the front seven.
This time last year, volleyball coach Kerry Carr was bed-ridden, weak and vulnerable, just one week removed from an eight-hour surgery for breast cancer.
The Penn field hockey team’s offensive explosion against St. Francis (Pa.) Saturday could not have come at a better time.