Rising senior Chase Geffert answers 15 questions about soccer, coronavirus, and life.
Former Penn basketball standout has signed a professional basketball contract with the BBL, Germany's premier league.
With new allegations that Trump paid a proxy to take his SAT, we look at why the President did not attempt to gain admission as a recruited baseball player, a sport at which he claimed to have been phenomenal.
Penn graduate George Orton was the first Candian gold medalist, founded Penn ice hockey, and was a pioneer of Philadelphia sports, but today he has been all but forgotten.
With the long-delayed MLB Opening Day just around the corner, we take a look at how the Ivy League stacks up to the Big Leagues.
Despite setbacks from numerous injuries, Hoover is the assistant field hockey coach at La Salle and is still training for the US National Team that will compete in the Olympics next year.
The Phillies will have no fans in attendance in their home-opener against the Miami Marlins this Friday.
The decision to not have a fall season will mean that Penn sprint football supporters will have to wait a little longer to see the team's first new coach in 50 years.
The Patriot League has become the second Division 1 conference to cancel fall sports after the Ivy League made its decision last week.
Almost six years after his last game with Penn, Kyle Wilcox has found a new home on Team USA Bobsled.
In the wake of several peer institutions cutting multiple varsity sports, Penn Athletics has committed to maintaining its current number of 33.
For anyone, sticking to an eating regimen that meets the proper nutritional requirements is a tough proposition. Add in the time and cost constraints of being a collegiate athlete and doing so only becomes more challenging.
Penn record-holder Lee will not only compete as an athlete at Duke, but he will also grow his foundation in medicine.
The Big Green join a growing list of Penn’s peers, including Brown and Stanford, that have cut varsity sports in recent times due to revenue lost from the coronavirus pandemic.
To effectively combat the spread of coronavirus, the other NCAA Division I conferences throughout the country should join the Ivy League in canceling fall college sports.
The Ivy League announced that it will not have fall sports, becoming the first Division I conference to make such a decision.
Although Thornton and Gallagher would rather have finished their careers at Penn, they are more than happy to be joining the Fighting Irish.
The admissions process for Penn athletes is a delicate and complex intertwining of NCAA policies, Ivy League policies, Penn’s general admissions criteria, and more specifically, Penn Athletics’ requirements.
While the coronavirus threw the world into tumult, 2020 graduate Nia Akins moved to Seattle and became the first 2020 NCAA track athlete to go pro.
Name, image, and likeness legislation for NCAA athletes are set to take effect in 2021, and many Penn athletes will have the opportunity to reap financial benefits.