Penn men’s golf posted a fifth-place finish at the Ivy League Championship this weekend. Meanwhile, the women finished last, a total of 45 strokes off the lead.
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An elite trio left Penn to chase their dream jobs last year. Now, they’re professional baseball players.
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Last week, the University of Pennsylvania admitted thousands of applicants to the Class of 2022. If you’re one of those lucky high school seniors, you've surely seen Penn’s top rankings by now. You may have strolled down Locust Walk on a cheery campus tour, and you have definitely learned about our "unparalleled education" and "diverse community."
Here’s a stat baseball fans won’t see very often: Tie.
The Selection Committee got it wrong. There, I said it.
At an institution as massive as Penn, it’s hard to think of a single moment when the entire campus united for a common cause.
The best two teams in the Ivy League will meet again, and this time they're playing for keeps.
Early in the recruiting process, Michelle Nwokedi’s file was dismissed by Penn women’s basketball coach Mike McLaughlin — for being too good.
On to the tournament.
Last week, Penn graduate students withdrew their petition for a vote to unionize. A lengthy campaign — and months of heated debate between the administration and various graduate student groups — has drawn to a temporary close.
Fuller’s house no longer.
They stumbled out of the gate, but Penn women’s basketball is exactly what we thought they were: a team that should win the Ivy title.
Penn women’s basketball easily handled Dartmouth in a 65-47 win at the Palestra. The Quakers were ahead comfortably for the majority of the game, leading to an expanded bench, particularly in the second half. The win put Penn in a tie with Princeton for first place after the Tigers beat Harvard, Penn’s next opponent. Here are four takeaways from the game.
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Note: At approximately 5:40 p.m. on Tuesday, the University suspended normal operations for Thursday, February 8, citing "significant logistical and transportation challenges" relating to the parade. Classes and events that day are cancelled.
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It took a full 40-minute effort, and then some.