In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's cross country wins the Ivy Heps, Ryan Cragun continues his monster season, and coach Bill Wagner says goodbye to Penn sprint football.
The Quakers found themselves in a dog fight against the Bears and came away with a much-needed victory. Here are four takeaways from Saturday afternoon's action.
Penn football defeated Brown by a score of 38-36 on Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field. Sophomore kicker Daniel Karrash drilled a game-winning field goal to give the Red and Blue the win.
Penn football looks to get its first Ivy League win on Saturday, as the group takes on Brown at Franklin Field.
The trip from JSerra Catholic High School in San Juan Capistrano, Calif. to the University of Pennsylvania is a long one — 2,700 miles long.
After a loss to Yale, Penn football will return to Franklin Field on Saturday to face off against Brown in the program's 1,400th game.
Fortunately for many Penn athletes, they may have found the answer to their scheduling dilemma — scooters.
Sam Philippi, Nick Robinson, and Drew Brennan are three Penn football seniors who will be graduating at the end of the fall semester.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn sprint football blows out Alderson Broaddus, men's soccer pulls off a historic win, and Elita van Staden keeps her hot stretch going.
The bar for success, having been lowered so demonstrably by the previous week’s outing at Columbia, was surpassed despite the final score.
Despite going into the fourth quarter holding a slim lead, the Quakers succumbed to a late comeback and could not recover in New Haven, Conn.
After a lopsided defeat last weekend to Columbia, Penn football hits the road again in search of its first Ivy League victory against Yale.
Coming off of a blowout loss to Columbia last week, Penn football has the daunting task of facing off against Yale this Saturday in New Haven, Conn.
In simple terms, a successful fourth down or two-pointer can be the turning point or deciding factor in a tight game. However, the decision to go for it is by no means an easy one.
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.