The Ivy League has named six Quakers to the 2019 All-Ivy football team.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's basketball knocks off another power conference opponent, squash continues its recent dominance, and Karekin Brooks hits a milestone mark.
Princeton running back Trey Gray was carted off in a stretcher after colliding with Penn running back Dante' Moore. The moment was more important than the game or the rivalry.
In the season finale for both teams, Penn fell to arch-rival Princeton by the score of 28-7, but that point differential resulted not from a disparity in talent or ball control but rather from several key fourth down opportunities.
At the half of the final game of 2019, Penn football and arch-rival Princeton are locked in a tight contest, with the score 10-7 in favor of the Tigers.
A win against Princeton on Saturday at Franklin Field would give the Quakers a winning record for the Ivy League season.
Pass joined the Quakers in 2010 as the team’s chaplain and has served in the role ever since as a spiritual counselor to the players, coaches, and their families.
Starkey caught two touchdowns for the Red and Blue in Saturday's tight 24-20 win over the Crimson, good for DP Player of the Week honors.
The Quakers executed in important situations time and time again, even when a relative lack of experience might have led one to expect otherwise.
Penn football went back and forth with Harvard for the entire game on Saturday, and the Quakers ultimately pulled off a 24-20 victory.
One week after grinding out a narrow one-point win over Cornell on Homecoming Saturday, Penn football is back in action against Harvard.
Penn football has long had a partnership with Be The Match, a nonprofit organization and global leader in bone marrow transplantation.
After two dramatic home wins, Penn football will travel north to take on Harvard in its final away game of the season.
Over the summer, Starkey trained for a month with current and former NFL players — including Mark Ingram and Anquan Boldin — in Boca Raton, Fla.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn football gets a burst from a new quarterback and men's and women's soccer wrap up their seasons while the basketball teams get theirs underway.
Senior Nick Robinson won't be around next season, but junior Ryan Glover will, and he should have been given his moment to shine earlier than this Saturday's victory over Cornell.
In a nail-biting, 21-20 Homecoming Saturday victory for Penn over Cornell, junior Ryan Glover came in and performed for the Quakers.
Halfway through Homecoming, Penn football is tied with Cornell at 7 apiece in a game that has so far been characterized by a lack of offensive thrill.
Penn football faces Cornell in a Homecoming Saturday game where both sides are looking for their second Ivy League win of the season.
It is now officially past Week 9 in the NFL season, which means we’re over halfway through, but what does this mean for the three Penn alumni in the league?