The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Owen Goldsberry of Penn men's football 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and what he’s learned as a Penn student athlete. Here’s what the senior had to say.
When a young Allison Kuzyk went to the park one day, she never thought that she would find something that would change her life forever.
While most students were trying to relax and enjoy their fall break this past weekend, Penn men’s and women’s tennis were hard at work in the ITA Northeast Regional Championships.
Sitting at 0-2 in Ivy League play, the Quakers (2-3) are faced with an uphill climb in conference standings as they prepare for their matchup against the Yale Bulldogs (2-3, 1-1 Ivy) this Saturday, Oct. 23.
Brandon Copeland, current linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons and former Quaker, spoke to Penn student-athletes on his success with monetizing his brand and how an athlete looking to take advantage of these new opportunities can do the same.
Another Tuesday night at Rhodes Field presented another battle for the rights to the city, as Penn men’s soccer hosted Temple — one week after Penn’s win against Drexel at home.
A key player this weekend in both games for Penn women's soccer was freshman forward Isobel Glass.
Although the Brewers were swiftly eliminated, Penn alumnus Jake Cousins got a chance to pitch in the postseason, becoming the first Quaker to do so in over a century.
In a successful weekend for Penn women’s soccer, the team took down Dartmouth 3-1 on Saturday and Delaware State 4-0 on Monday.
The Quakers had been the losers of three straight against Princeton, Syracuse, and Harvard before picking up a win at home against Cornell last week, and they kept their momentum going in the Ocean State.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Penn football's Jason McCleod Jr. to ask him 15 questions about his career, his time at Penn, and his personal life outside of football. Here is what Jason had to say:
On Saturday night at Rhodes Field, the Quakers picked up a 2-1 Ivy League victory against Dartmouth thanks to a thrilling golden goal in double overtime.
After losing its first game of the season to Army, Penn sprint football has bounced back and won three games in a row. All the Red and Blue's wins so far have been blowouts, and the team's game against Chestnut Hill was no different.
Time and time again in the college football ranks, Penn running backs coach David Sims has learned that it’s not just about what you know, it’s about who you know.
Sports associate Andrea Mendoza argues that Penn football needs to shift its priorities to next season by playing younger players now.
Coming off a strong performance against Lehigh at home last week, the Quakers traveled to New York City to take on the 4-1 Columbia Lions during their homecoming weekend. The Quakers showed flashes of dominance, but were unable to piece together a complete performance, as they fell to the Lions, 23-14.
Men and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and field hockey are all in action this weekend. All Quaker teams will face Ivy League competition.
In their second Ivy League conference match-up, the Quakers (2-2, 0-1 Ivy) are preparing to face the Columbia Lions (3-1, 0-1) at their homecoming this Saturday, Oct. 16.
Penn men’s soccer broke down neighboring Drexel in the span of four minutes in the second half, recording a 2-1 win at Rhodes Field.
In between an internship with Bank of America and the upcoming college track and field season, junior Grace O’Shea spent two weeks of her summer at the Team USA bobsled training camp.