While Penn football struggled against Villanova, the other seven Ivy League squads were in action to varying degrees of success. Let’s look at the rest of the Ancient Eight.
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Penn football takes on Villanova in its home opener. Follow along as we bring you the action live from Franklin Field
Our Sports Editors discuss Penn football's upcoming matchup with Villanova and whether the Red and Blue can take down the No. 6 ranked Wildcats
Welcome to a new feature to The Buzz called "Why Penn will lose." Each week, we will have a reporter who covers the opposing squad talk about why that team will beat Penn, giving you an introduction to Penn's upcoming foe.
Penn men’s soccer heads to Penn State on Wednesday to take on the No. 7 Nittany Lions. It seems to be Penn’s luck that a week after facing two top 15 ranked squads that it takes on another one so soon. With coach Rudy Fuller preparing his team with the best competition possible for Ivy play, we give you a Three Up, Three Down…
Can Penn football take down Jacksonville? Our editors debate
Welcome back to Haiku Corner, a place where Penn Athletics' upcoming weekend is summarized three lines at a time.
While Penn has a strong set of captains (just look at the front cover) to lead the team in 2014, there are plenty of players and position groups with something to prove. Across offense, defense and special teams, the Quakers will look to shore up a few spots in order to compete with an Ivy title. After all, if any part of Penn’s team appears to be weak, the rest of the Ivy League will look to exploit said weakness. Our editors debate which position group has the most to prove.
Penn football will leave the friendly confines of the Northeast for the first time in 10 years, heading to the humid metropolis of Jacksonville, Fla., on Saturday.
You missed Haiku Corner, didn't you? The Buzz's signature poetry feature returns, previewing a fun weekend in Penn Athletics
For anyone in the University City area, Penn women's soccer's match tonight against St. Francis has been moved up to 6 PM due to inclement weather in the area later tonight.
With the opening weekend come and gone, a number of freshmen had the chance to show why they were so heavily recruited by the Quakers. With the rest of the fall season in mind, these freshmen figure to have some of the largest impacts on the outcomes of their respective teams.
On Tuesday, the Ivy League released the national broadcast schedule for its football games this fall.
Students at Penn right now haven’t seen a time when anyone other than Jerome Allen was the head coach of Penn basketball. But that time did indeed exist.
Penn football wasn’t in action on Saturday, but two of its future nonconference opponents faced off in a battle of ranked opponents.
Sports Editor Colin Henderson: Volleyball may not be considered one of the marquee sports at Penn, but the team certainly held its own last year, going 8-6 in the Ivy League and 14-11 overall despite a rough start to the year. The program certainly had reason for optimism going into this season.
In case you missed it, Penn basketball released its 2014-15 schedule today.
While Penn basketball's schedule has yet to be released, many of Penn's Ivy foes have already put games on the calendar against top flight opponents. Here are some of the big names on Ivy schedules this winter...
The specter of coach Al Bagnoli’s impending retirement is certainly hanging over Penn football. But at this Monday’s Penn football media day, there were more than enough other talking points. Here are the key takeaways our sports editors gleaned from the day’s proceedings.