Nothing can fully prepare a basketball player for the transition to the college game; the complexity, the cuts, the speed. And while many freshmen classes use this upheaval to band together, Cam Thrower and Chris Ubochi have only each other to rely on.
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With the great unknown of the regular season on the horizon, Penn’s basketball teams made some of their final preparations by facing off against some familiar faces: each other.
This Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Penn football (6-0, 3-0 Ivy) — coming off a nail-biting final-minute victory against Yale at Franklin Field last week — will travel to Providence, R.I. to take on Brown (2-4, 0-3) in its seventh game of the season and its fourth in Ancient Eight play. Four Daily Pennsylvanian sports reporters make their picks ahead of the Quakers' battle against the Bears.
Philadelphia’s Rocky 50k is nothing short of immense.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. On Saturday, Penn men’s basketball took its first in dominant fashion, as the Quakers embarked on what they hope will be a monumental season.
Heading into the 2022-23 basketball season, there has been an electric sort of buzz surrounding the Penn men’s team, especially after the abbreviated Ivy League tournament run of last season. With the release of the Ivy League preseason media poll, enthusiasm for the team can only multiply.
Many of Penn’s fall sports have begun to reach their homestretch, with the final few games set to decide the fate of their season. Let’s take a look at the pivotal weekend ahead.
On Saturday, Penn football (5-0, 2-0 Ivy) begins the second half of its season in a Homecoming matchup with the Yale Bulldogs (4-1, 2-0). Four Daily Pennsylvanian Sports writers take their picks for who will emerge with a win.
On Saturday, Penn football wore its red uniforms for the first time all season, but the Quakers’ rhythm stayed the same.
As the leaves turn brown, the fall sports season begins to reach its climax, and several of Penn’s sports teams are in the mix for championship glory. Let’s take a look at the exciting weekend of action ahead.
Not since 2003 has Penn football (4-0, 1-0 Ivy) had this strong a start to a season, and on Saturday, the Quakers will look to extend their winning ways against a Columbia (3-1, 0-1 Ivy) team that beat them last season 23-14. Four Daily Pennsylvanian Sports reporters make their picks ahead of Penn's second Ivy League game of the season.
There are countless factors that go into making a great athlete. From natural-born talent to training and work ethic, so much influences which players secure the edge on game day. But if you ask head sports dietitian Cat Hammer, the most important factor in athletic performance is rather simple.
As Penn looks to continue its strong start to the season and compete for an Ivy League title, a giant stands in their way.
As the fall sports season draws near its midpoint, some teams are in the thick of Ivy League action, while others have already begun competing for championships. Let’s see what the Quakers have in store for the weekend ahead.
This Friday at 7 p.m., Penn football (2-0) — coming off a gritty, defensive win against Lafayette last week — will travel to Hanover, N.H. to take on Dartmouth (1-1) in its third game of the season and its first in Ancient Eight play. Four Daily Pennsylvanian sports reporters make their picks ahead of the Quakers' first Ivy League game.
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As the runners take their mark, all is still. The course is quiet. It is a moment bristling with both intensity and tranquility.
As the fall sports season gets into full swing, the University of Pennsylvania’s sports teams have a jam-packed weekend of action ahead. Let’s take a look at some of the games to come and the players who could determine them.
This Saturday at 1 p.m., Penn football (1-0) will take on Lafayette (1-2) in its second game of the season, hoping to avenge last year's week two loss against the Leopards. Four Daily Pennsylvanian Sports reporters make their picks ahead of the Quakers' last game before beginning Ivy competition.