As we get deeper into the second semester, we’ve started to get a firm grasp on the true makeup of Penn’s winter sports teams. Though there unquestionably is still time for certain teams to flip the script, we’ve already seen enough from most squads to judge whether they’re contenders or pretenders at this point. With that said, our sports editors take to the roundtable to debate: which Penn winter team has exceeded expectations the most so far:
Needless to say, the local lack of success for Penn basketball has been disappointing, particularly so for a women's team that won the Big 5 as recently as 2015. With these struggles in mind, our sports editors take to the roundtable to debate: Does the Big 5 still matter to Penn basketball?
While most of us were off relaxing over winter break, Penn sports teams were busy at work. Our editors debate: Which team had the best winter break?
Sports Editor-elect Jonathan Pollack:
For me, the best part of Penn Athletics this year was sprint football winning its first outright CSFL title since 2000, so the best moment should come from that season.
As the spring season starts to wind down, there are a number of Penn teams in the hunt for an Ivy title and beyond.
We're heading down the home stretch of the spring season as most of Penn's teams are halfway through their Ivy League campaigns.
Which Penn athlete has been the midseason MVP in the fall season?
In preparation for the upcoming season, Penn football held its annual Media Day on Monday. With a new head coach and two new head coordinators, there was certainly a lot to be said.
Sports Reporter Matt Fine:
I think junior soccer forward Alec Neumann is set to become Penn’s most successful fall athlete.
The DP sports editorial staff debate which fall sports team has the best chance of success.