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As far as tune-up games go, this one went about as well as coach Mike McLaughlin could hope.
Penn Athletics had an eventful year in 2018, highlighted by the second annual Ivy League Basketball Tournaments, a near upset of No. 1 Kansas in March Madness, the first player to be drafted to the NFL since 2002, an individual national championship for women’s squash star Reeham Sedky, and six Ivy title runs spread across each of the three seasons, including men’s fencing and women’s track and field, lacrosse, and soccer.
2018 was a year to remember. Take a look back on Penn's most memorable moments with The Daily Pennsylvanian's Year in Review.
Athletes and analysts love talking about grit. It’s a pretty great word. No other phrase as succinctly and clearly points to the scrappiness and perseverance good teams have and bad teams don’t. It has also been overused to the point of meaningless cliché.
Penn men’s basketball had perhaps the most eventful season opener in recent memory at George Mason. The Quakers survived substantial adversity and eked out a 72-71 win. Here are three takeaways from the first game of the season.
Penn field hockey’s season may be over, but the accolades are just coming in.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, football comes from behind in the second half, a freshman wrestler makes a startling debut, and women's soccer takes away a great stat from a heartbreaking game.
PRINCETON, N.J. — Winning the title on Senior Night to make the NCAA Tournament made for a fairy-tale ending to a great regular season — for Princeton.
At an academically competitive school like Penn, it isn’t hard to find a student whose most dreaded high school course was gym. Gym class was often a bizarre interlude in an otherwise normal school day. Jerry Seinfeld described it well: “You had English, Social Studies, Geometry, then suddenly you’re in ‘Lord of the Flies’ for 40 minutes.”
Grit is an intangible. It also costs $75 with Amazon Prime.
In the throes of Ivy League play, our staff decided to take a look at the best individual performers of Penn Athletics' fall season. For one team having a dominant season, two stars at opposite ends of the pitch have impressed tremendously, while the third nominee seems to be carrying her team on her back offensively. But which of the three deserve to be fall MVP?
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, multiple players broke through for stellar games and Penn football won ugly against Columbia.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation has put his alma mater, Yale University, in a precarious place. Ordinarily, the addition of a Supreme Court Justice to the pantheon of successful alumni would be cause for celebration. But Kavanaugh’s nomination was opposed by the majority of the country.
Former Penn men's basketball star and coach Jerome Allen pleaded guilty to bribery in a federal district court on Friday.
Dartmouth senior running back Rashaad Cooper took the handoff and lunged toward the goal line. Linebacker Nick Miller was there to force a fumble, but Dartmouth offensive lineman Phil Berton fell on the football in the end zone. Touchdown Big Green.
Justin Watson will step foot on an NFL field in the regular season for the first time Sunday. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver was a healthy scratch in the first three games of the season as the sixth player on the depth chart at his position, but will suit up Sunday against the Chicago Bears.
Penn football has one of the better defenses in the league, but so far, Dartmouth's looks to be even better.