Why are class absences due to varsity sport competition not recognized under school policy as excused absences?
Jerome Allen, a former Penn basketball star player and coach, admitted to receiving approximately $300,000 in bribes from Philip Esformes to recruit his son to play basketball for Penn.
Here's a look at six impressive athletes who can make a big impact this upcoming weekend in their respective events.
With its 13-2 win against Lehigh on Wednesday afternoon, Penn baseball secured its seventh consecutive victory.
Penn softball used strong pitching and small-ball offense on Wednesday afternoon to sweep Philadelphia rival La Salle, defeating the Explorers by scores of 3-0 and 5-0.
Three freshmen — Tommy Courtney, Craig Larsen, and Josh Hood — are starting for Penn baseball and playing beyond their years.
As the first Ivy League squad armed with FlightScope Strike, a portable tracking radar system, the Quakers are beginning to gather more data than ever before.
The former roommates turned housemates are entering their second baseball season as Quakers with a friendship that rivals few others.
The Quakers traveled to Williamsburg, Va. for the annual William & Mary Intercollegiate Tournament on the Kingsmill River Course.
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After their 65-54 loss to Princeton in the Ivy League Tournament final, the Quakers will host American in the first round of the WNIT.
For the Quakers on the diamond, keeping their hot streaks alive includes being a bit superstitious and having fascinating game-day routines.
On Saturday, the women defeated Temple with a clean sweep. But things were not as easy as the scoreboard suggested.
Junior attackman Adam Goldner, who had already notched 16 goals on the year, went off for five more in a 19-10 drubbing of Princeton.
Penn baseball played in two doubleheaders over the span of two days and was able to walk away with four wins against Fairleigh Dickinson. The Quakers were victorious by scores of 8-4, 18-5, 8-5, and 16-2, extending their winning streak to six games.
Starting with a doubleheader on Saturday, the Red and Blue ended up playing 20 innings against the Bulldogs.
Optimism for next season won’t make the Red and Blue feel any better. The Quakers fell tantalizingly, agonizingly short. That hurts.
Penn women’s basketball lost to Princeton, 65-54, in the Ivy League Tournament title game, a game which was much closer than the score indicates.
After dispatching No. 3 Harvard with ease Saturday night, No. 2 Penn women's basketball takes on No. 1 Princeton for the Ivy League Tournament championship.
Penn handled Harvard the same way Sunday’s foe, Princeton, handled a much worse Cornell team. Unfortunately, Saturday's games don't matter on Sunday.