The Copa America is now in knockout mode, with the preliminary stages of the competition now finished.
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The team may just be a club, but Penn rugby played in front of perhaps the biggest audience all year long of any Quaker sports team last weekend.
Monday morning, Penn Athletics announced that Deputy Athletic Director Alanna Shanahan has been named as the new Director of Athletics and Recreation at Johns Hopkins University.
They made the cut.
Now that all of the times and marks have been recorded for the regular season, berths for the postseason have been confirmed — 16 track and field stars will be representing the Red and Blue in the first round of postseason meets, the NCAA East Prelims.
While all of Penn spent its weekend trying to end the semester with a bang by studying for hours on end, one group of students spent its time seeking to go out with a bang by throwing things, jumping around, and running in circles.
Like any aging lady, Franklin Field got a facelift this year — and it is a big one.
Penn Athletics has a variety of varsity sports teams, but it also hosts a wealth of club sports. These club teams can even be surprisingly successful — the men’s club basketball team, for instance, had a record-breaking year.
Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, as the old saying goes, but Penn softball is surely wishing it counted in its sport after this weekends' pair of doubleheaders against arch-rival Princeton.
As Penn track and field enters the business end of the season, one jumper is raising the bar to new heights.
It’s a common saying in the world of track and field: “One moment of pain is worth a lifetime of glory.”
It’s championship season, and while most eyes are on the spring sports, the Red and Blue have a chance to make the podium nationally in the pool. Well, six Penn swimmers do, at least.
There’s no other way of putting it — it’s the end of an era.
Like a late-night trip to Wawa, it was a satisfying, though not perfect, finish.
Penn men’s tennis may not be best known for cranking out young superstars, but after this year, it just might.
As she looks to defend her Ivy title, Penn swimming's Virginia Burns reflects on how she got to where she is
Ask anybody, and they’ll tell you that college is the time to change who you are.
When I, a freshman associate sports editor, was asked to pack my bags and travel to New Hampshire to cover the presidential primary, I was taken aback. How could I be qualified to cover material so far outside of my job description?
What is it like to dedicate your entire life to one institution?
As many people start their new years with resolutions and hope, the Penn fencing team is following suit in preparation for a trophy-laden 2016.
Huge milestones do not come easily.