As the fall sports season heats up, we're taking a look back at some of the memorable moments from this week in Penn sports history.
In a game that Dartmouth came into favored by double digits, Penn fought for a gutsy win to kick off Ivy League play.
Heading into Penn's first Ivy League game of the season, four DP Sports staffers are split on whether or not the Quakers can emerge victorious on the road.
As the fall season heats up, we take a look at what to expect from all of Penn's competing teams this weekend.
Just two games into the season, Penn faces its biggest challenge yet in a Dartmouth team coming off an Ivy League co-championship.
On Thursday night, Kevin Stefanski became the first Browns coach to defeat the Steelers three times since Bill Belichick.
This week's DP Sports Player of the Week goes to a defensive lineman that was crucial in Penn football's shutout victory over Lafayette on Saturday.
Penn sports are building up to their best forms of the season, now facing schedules stacked with crucial Ivy League competition.
Former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride argues that while Penn's defensive performance against Lafayette was impressive, Dartmouth and other Ivy foes will be bigger challenges that require more offensive support.
It wasn't flashy, but the Quakers came away with a win over the Leopards after falling to them last year. Next up is defending Ivy League co-champions Darmouth.
Following some time away from the game, Brandon Copeland is returning to the NFL on the Baltimore Ravens practice squad.
Having lost last season to the Leopards in week two, Penn football will succeed in extracting its revenge, according to four DP Sports writers.
As the fall season heats up, Penn's teams have a full weekend of competitions ahead of them.
Offensive coordinator Dan Swanstrom already proved his mark on the team in the season opener, but Penn's defense may be the key to repeating a win this weekend.
When Morris isn't out on the field vying for sacks, he's working to further his real estate career with his urban studies major.
A 41-yard touchdown, a call-up from the bench to the lineup, and a signing to the practice squad: It was an eventful week for Penn alumni in the NFL.
Men's soccer totaled 11 goals across two games through the weekend of Penn sports competition.
Senior Sports Editor Matthew Frank argues that although there is room for concern, a resilient effort by Penn on Saturday should leave Quaker fans feeling optimistic.
The Ivy League’s return to action this season was a success, with the conference as a whole winning seven of eight matchups on the day.
Despite only mustering three points during the first half, Penn's offense came to life in the second, and the Quaker defense held firm throughout.