The city of Philadelphia may be entering the dog days of summer, but to Eagles fans, that just means that football season is right around the corner.
Monday, Quakers center Joe D’Orazio was named to TSN's Preseason All-America third team, earning recognition for his often unnoticed efforts.
It may be difficult to understand why any athlete would go from the glitz and glamour of an athletic powerhouse to the often underrated Ivy League. For Ryan Becker, though, Penn was always his first choice.
While his classmates are graduating, Jake Lewko will be in Nashville, Tenn., training with the Tennessee Titans and battling for a roster spot.
After various offers to try out for National Football League teams, senior linebacker Jake Lewko agreed to terms with the Tennessee Titans yesterday.
Derham, Lewko and Wynn will be passing on their responsibilities to cornerback and wide receiver Bradford Blackmon, quarterback Keiffer Garton, defensive end Owen Thomas and offensive lineman Joe D’Orazio.
Suiting up against the No. 1-ranked scoring and total defense in the nation, Penn football’s offensive unit was in for a bruising Saturday afternoon.
No one in Penn football history has meant as much for as long as Dan “Coach Lake” Staffieri.
Longtime football assistant Dan “Coach Lake” Staffieri, known for the blue helmet he drove around campus and the cheers he led at Franklin Field, died Thursday morning at the age of 85.
Former Widener head coach Dave Wood was announced yesterday as the new linebacker coach. He will fill the position vacated by Cliff Schwenke, who was with the Quakers for the past 11 seasons.
Three senior football players are preparing to take their professional careers to the next level.
It's not Al Bagnoli's offseason regimen, but a yoga workout at Pottruck Fitness Center has become increasingly popular among Penn football players.
The newly announced 2010 Penn football slate shows little change from last year
For this group of Quakers, the future is just as bright as the present.
Princeton coach Roger Hughes was fired, Harvard had a big comeback in The Game and Columbia got its first home win over Brown since 1996 in the last weekend of Ivy football.
This year’s senior class set the standard of excellence that one would expect from the most veteran players on the team, but which has been missing in recent years.
In dominating fashion, the football team claimed the Ivy championship trophy for itself for the first time since 2003, trouncing Cornell, 34-0.
Yale will look to ruin Harvard's Ivy title hopes in the 126th edition of The Game.
While Harvard travels to Yale praying for a Penn loss, the Quakers (7-2, 6-0) will try to claim the title for themselves tomorrow beginning at 1 p.m. at Franklin Field.