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Another year, another strong showing by Penn wrestling at the NCAA Championships.
The season isn't over yet for Penn women's basketball.
She’s Penn women’s basketball’s silent weapon.
M. Grace Calhoun, Penn's director of athletics, was recognized as a NACDA Athletic Director of the Year on Wednesday, marking the first time an official from Penn has earned the distinction.
The Ivy sweep the Quakers were seeking came on Saturday, with Penn men's and women's basketball both scoring much-needed wins over Dartmouth.
In line with this year's Ivy League season-ending basketball tournaments moving from the Palestra to Yale's Lee Amphitheater, the League announced Tuesday that Ivy Madness will move throughout the conference through at least 2025. Harvard's Lavietes Pavilion will host the 2020 edition.
After falling flat in the second half, Penn women's basketball suffered a tough loss to rival Princeton Tuesday night at the Palestra. Although the 68-53 result brings the Tigers even with the Red and Blue atop the Ivy League, both teams still have much to play for with four conference games remaining. Here are three takeaways from Tuesday's contest.
Penn women's lacrosse is picking up right where it left off last season.
Around this point in the season two years ago, former Daily Pennsylvanian Senior Sports Editor Jonathan Pollack declared Penn men's basketball dead after a disastrous 0-6 start to Ivy League play. In the following weeks, the team rallied to win six of its final eight games and snuck into the inaugural Ivy League tournament as the fourth and final team, posting a 6-8 conference record.
Penn men's basketball continues its first home weekend of Ivy League play Saturday night when Harvard visits the Palestra. But first, the Penn women, who sit alone atop the Ancient Eight at 6-0, will look to keep their seven-game winning streak alive when they take on the Crimson in Cambridge, Mass.
After a disappointing road trip last weekend, Penn men's basketball is starting to look like its old self again.
Penn men's basketball starts its first home weekend of Ivy League play Friday night when Dartmouth visits the Palestra. With both teams sitting at 2-4 in League play, a win would put either side in strong position to move up in the conference standings. The women sit alone atop the Ancient Eight at 5-0, and will look to keep their six-game winning streak alive when they take on the Big Green in Hanover, N.H.
The last update from Penn Athletics on the ongoing bribery case involving former men's basketball coach Jerome Allen came four months ago, when the University's independent review was in its "final stages." After The Daily Pennsylvanian met with Athletics Director M. Grace Calhoun last week, here's what we know and what we don't about the Allen situation.
After 20 years at Penn, Head Coach of Strength and Conditioning Jim Steel abruptly resigned from his position on Jan. 10. This marks the second departure from Penn Athletics this month after Senior Associate Athletic Director David Leach also parted ways with the department.
Even when you score as much as the rest of your team combined, it sometimes still isn't enough.
Princeton men’s basketball senior Devin Cannady was suspended from the team following his arrest Friday, according to The Trentonian. The arrest came after an alleged confrontation with a member of Princeton's campus police.
On Jan. 16, Maryland hired Penn football offensive coordinator John Reagan, who will serve under Mike Locksley as offensive line coach for the Terrapins, according to footballscoop.com.
It was a trip they won't soon forget.
In the yearly Battle of 33rd Street, Penn wrestling came agonizingly close to taking back neighborhood bragging rights.