In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, both of Penn's football teams struggle on offense, Penn women's soccer proves it can close out games, and and field hockey puts one in at the last moment.
Penn football has 18 Ivy League titles, tied for the most with Dartmouth. They will not win a 19th this season.
The Red and Blue's only points in the lopsided result came off a 50-yard fumble recovery late in the fourth quarter.
Penn football makes the trip up to Columbia on Saturday in search of its first Ivy League victory of the season.
Who makes up that group of 40-odd players — its members tend to vary on a weekly basis — who don’t hit the road with their teammates? Meet the scout team.
After evening up its overall record last Saturday with a win over Sacred Heart, Penn football looks to do the same with the Ivy portion of the schedule.
After a crushing conference-opening loss to Dartmouth, the senior running back stuffed the stat sheet on the ground and through the air.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Karekin Brooks puts up eye-popping numbers, Joey Bhangdia continues his League-leading season, and field hockey pulls off two overtime wins.
In the Quakers’ 38-24 victory over Sacred Heart on Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field, Brooks scored a total of four touchdowns to match his season total.
Penn football takes on Sacred Heart in the final nonconference game of the season with a chance to win their first home game of the year.
With 16 catches and 273 reception yards in his first two games, the sophomore certainly seems to be living up to the hype.
On Saturday, the Quakers will take on Sacred Heart at Franklin Field in their final nonconference game of the season.
This weekend, members of Penn’s 1959 Ivy League champion football team gathered in the venue they once played in to celebrate the 60th anniversary of their historic season.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football grinds it out on the ground, a field hockey sophomore puts in another full shift, and both men's and women's soccer prevail in shoutout environments.
In their home and Ivy League opener, Penn football failed to muster much offense against Dartmouth before losing, 28-15.
But unfortunately for the Quakers, those touchdowns were not distributed evenly, as Penn fell to Dartmouth, 28 to 15, in the Ivy League opener.
Fresh off its season-opening win at Lafayette, Penn football opens its Ivy League season against Dartmouth on ESPNU.
Assistant strength and conditioning coach Miguel Rivera is hoping that his approach to training athletes will have a sizable impact on Penn's athletic performance.
Penn football will open its Ivy League season in a dramatic setting, taking on Dartmouth on Friday night at historic Franklin Field.
If the offensive line gets the spotlight when the Quakers are able to run for a lot of yards, they certainly have the spotlight now.