After finishing one win shy of an Ivy League title in 2022, Penn football is projected to again contend for the crown in 2023.
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Twenty-three days separate Penn men’s soccer from the start of their 2023 campaign. But for the reigning Ivy League champions, expectations have already begun to mount.
Every college athlete dreams of competing for a national championship — of proving their mettle against the best their country has to offer. But for a pair of Penn swimmers, national glory is not enough. The world stage is where they belong.
With just under a month before Penn students return to campus, the Quakers’ sports teams are counting down the days before their return to action. Let’s take a look at five big games to watch out for in the athletic year ahead, and see how their outcomes could shape the seasons of the Red and Blue.
It is deadly quiet as Ryan Dromboski stares down his batter with a glare made even more intimidating by the pitch that waits behind it. Dromboski is in his natural habitat, atop the hill on Tommy Lasorda Field at Meiklejohn Stadium, just sitting, waiting to strike.
On college campuses across the nation, there is one tradition as sacred as any Hey Day or Econ Scream. But instead of occurring only once a year, this tradition comes around every weekend of the fall: game day.
The college baseball season may be over, but that doesn't mean Penn baseball is done collecting hardware.
Long before Ron DeSantis was a candidate in the 2024 presidential election, he was an Ivy League student athlete, donning Yale blue as captain of the Bulldogs’ baseball team. Let’s take a look back at DeSantis’s time in the Ancient Eight, including how the Bulldogs fared against Penn during his career.
While Penn men’s basketball has seen several program mainstays exit via the transfer portal this offseason, the Quakers have still been players in the market themselves.
In a season filled with sweetness for Penn baseball, the ending is undeniably sour.
How does David conquer Goliath? By refusing to accept his role as the underdog.
King Quakers: Penn baseball claims first Ivy League title since 1995 with 16-3 drubbing of Princeton
Ivy League baseball has a new king, and the Quakers wear the crown.
In the regular season, Penn baseball edged Harvard by just one game to win the Ivy League title. And in a pivotal postseason matchup, the Quakers and the Crimson were again separated by the thinnest of margins.
In a film all too familiar to what happened in last year's Ivy League Championship, Penn baseball ensured this version would have a different ending.
NEWTON, Mass. — After a season that took Penn women’s lacrosse everywhere from Franklin Field to Florida, from the middle of the preseason pack to the top of the Ivy League, Newton, Mass. marks the end of the road.
NEWTON, Mass. — Records are made to be broken, and games are meant to be won.
Penn men’s basketball guard Jordan Dingle has played his final game in Red and Blue. But in many ways, the Ivy League Player of the Year’s new home is not new at all.
Just four days after the collegiate careers of Penn men’s lacrosse seniors midfielder Sam Handley and short-stick defensive midfielder Piper Bond came to a somber end, their professional careers began with a bang.
Men’s Cross Country — Zubeir Dagane
In life, perfection is often unattainable. But for Penn women’s lacrosse, it is a reality.