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.
A spring season would not only keeps players safe, it would expose Ivy football to a national audience and allow for a postseason to take place.
In many ways, the team has become even closer in quarantine, as players must expend effort and energy if the team environment and culture is to survive.
Donahue and McLaughlin were among the 16 Ivy League basketball coaches who joined the coalition, committing to five specific action items to combat racial inequalities.
Dunphy, who coached Big 5 basketball for 30 years between Penn and Temple, takes over at an uncertain time for college athletics.
Funding and Title IX restrictions present obstacles in Penn returning to play ice hockey or men's volleyball at the varsity level.
While the vast majority of Quaker athletes spend their entire collegiate careers at Penn, some make the tough choice to explore opportunities at other schools.
Athletes share highlights, workout videos, and grades, as well as build relationships through the social media platform.
Although life as a minor-leaguer is notoriously difficult, several Quakers have found success in the MiLB.
The decision comes after a recommendation from the NCAA and a mandate from the Ivy League.
Glover has been exposed to countless celebrities through his mother Tameka Foster, who was formerly married to Usher. However, he has his sights set on other things.
Nearly every Penn sports team has held a virtual team discussion to discuss the recent protests and the issues of racism that they have brought to light
The Colgate coaches display supreme faith in their players’ competitiveness and their own personal desires to improve
While 2020 has been an unusual year by any standard, it's probably a safe bet that few foresaw that football players would be spending more time in pools than swimmers.
Padilla, who dazzled for Penn women's basketball in her freshman season, modeled the platform after MLB legend Derek Jeter's The Players' Trubue.
After concern that the demotions could reduce diversity on campus and in athletics, Brown reversed its decision to cut the teams.
Although the spring season did not go as planned, senior members of the team are confident in younger rowers' ability to perform in the fall.
Some of the greatest basketball players of all time have competed on the Palestra hardwood, leaving behind some unforgettable moments.
During a meeting with congressional leadership, NCAA President Mark Emmert warned that the college football season could look drastically different this fall.